On World Hindi Day, ‘Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain’ actress Shubhangi Atre urges Indian fogeys to educate their young of us to be in contact in Hindi to be in contact in each day lifestyles.
World Hindi Day or ‘Vishwa Hindi Divas’ is notorious yearly on January 10 to designate the predominant World Hindi Conference that became held on January 10, 1975, in Nagpur. The predominant motive is to promote the usage of the Hindi language all around the world.
Shubhangi Atre says: “Hindi is my mother tongue, and our nationwide language is terribly valuable to us. However on the present time it’s disheartening to scrutinize how fogeys pay extra consideration in instructing English to their young of us in its put of Hindi. Many among us are extinct to utilizing English in our each day verbal exchange. I’m no longer against talking English but we must no longer forget our values and morals. Hindi can also still be our precedence. I in fact feel proud to flaunt my Hindi-talking abilities. And to the utmost, I trip and steal to attain others in Hindi most reasonable.”
Shubhangi Atre extra expresses her dismay on how Hindi as a language is getting no consideration.
“Hindi is undoubtedly the home language of we Indians. Hindi is a extremely delicate language, it’s very good in its tone. Now, though studying Hindi comes all over as much less current, of us are getting extra excessive about international languages and forgetting the essence of Hindi. The emphasis on English is widely rising and that’s causing a notable possibility to the importance and the importance of Hindi. Hindi has turn out to be an alien language in its like territory,” Shubhangi Atre provides.
Shubhangi Atre, recognized for her performing in ‘Kasturi’, ‘Attain Hanson Ka Jodaa’, ‘Experiences by Rabindranath Tagore’ among others, roots for Hindi and says: “Hindi is the language that retains us linked to our roots. Yes, English is indeed a world language, it offers you a attain to attain out to the diverse domains and spheres, but one can also still no longer forget the importance and the identity of Indians that is terribly mighty inherently rooted in the language Hindi.”