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World Hindi Day designated on 10 January:

On 10 January, World Hindi Day is celebrated every year to promote the language across the globe. It is labelled all over the world by Indian embassies. This day has been celebrated around the globe since 2006.
♦ The 5th most spoken language in the world is Hindi. It is used in the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Germany, New Zealand, the United States, Uganda, the UAE, Guyana, Trinidad, Suriname, South Africa and Mauritius. This language is used by more than 43 core staff in the world.
♦ National Hindi Day is distinct from World Hindi Day, which is observed every year on September 14.
♦ Each year, Rajbhasha Kirti Puraskar and Rajiv Gandhi Rashtriya Gyan-Vigyan Maulik Pustak Lekhan Puraskar are presented with two awards on National Hindi Day.
♦ Various ministries, the PSU and state-owned banks were given the Rabhasha Prize.
♦ Since the birthday of Beohar Rajendra Simha is 14 September, it was chosen as the National Hindi Day.
♦ Beohar Rajendra Simha is an Indian scholar, a theologian, a Sanskrit historian, a Savoyanist, a politician, a writer, and a Gandhian. On his 50th birthday, Hindi was determined to be the official language of India.
♦ This term is transferred from "Sindhu" in Sanskrit. The word "Sindh" became "India" after the Iranians entered India.

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