No! Hindi is not India’s national Language

No! Hindi is not India’s national Language


#1 Many people in India believe Hindi to be the national language, which is legally and factually untrue.

#2 Constitution of India doesn’t specify any National language.

#3 India is a diverse nation and has more than 1600 spoken languages.
#4 Of these, 22 languages have been given the status of official languages.

#5
During the formation of India Hindi and English become the official languages of the union for next 15 years; English to be removed later.

#6
And the states were allowed to choose their own official language.

#7
After 15 years, the issue of national language again came up.

#8
The efforts were made to find an India origin language that could be.
  1.  A national language
  2.  The only official language.
  3.  The lingua franca.

#9 Hindi was a popular choice but protests erupted in Tamil Nadu against Hindi so all the official languages continued as those were.

#10
Now India has 22 official languages that could be considered national languages.

#11
Hindi and English are still the official languages and main language of communication by the central government.






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