Welcome to Hindi Day Poems in English. Hindi Day or Hindi Diwas is celebrated on 14th September every year in India. To honour this day and know something more about Hindi and Hindi Day, I have written 4 Poems In English related to Hindi language and Hindi Day with the following titles….

  • Believe it or not
  • Importance of Hindi
  • Bringing Unification
  • National and Official language

Before we read and enjoy the poems, let us know the following things to enhance our knowledge on Hindi Language and Hindi Day. Here we start……

  • Dictionary Meaning of Language (from internet )
  • Meaning Of Language From Wikipedia
  • What is National Language?
  • What is the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution?
  • What is Official Language?
  • Difference between National and Official Language
  • Status Of English Language
  • Official Language of India

Now, we start to understand/ learn all the above……..


When used as Noun-

  • the system of communication in speech and writing that is used by people of a particular country.
  • the system of sounds and writing that human beings use to express their thoughts, ideas and feelings


A language is a structured system of communication used by humans, based on speech and gesture, sign, or often writing. The structure of language is its grammar and the free components are its vocabulary.


A National language is a language ( or language variant, e.g. dialect ) that has some connection – de facto – or de jure – with a nation. ( de facto describes practice that exist in reality, even though they are not officially recognized ) ( de jure – describes practices that are legally recognized, regardless of whether the practice exists in reality. ) There is little consistency in the use of this term. One or more languages spoken as first languages in the territory of a country maybe referred to informally or designated in legislation as national language of the country. National languages are mentioned in over 150 world constitutions.

National language is used for political , cultural, and social functions.


The 8th Schedule of Indian Constitution deals with the Official Languages in India. 22 Official languages have been mentioned in the Indian Constitution, which are recognized as official languages.

Initially 14 languages were already included in the constitution. All the other languages were included through different amendment acts of the constitution.

Sindhi language was added to the list through 21st Constitutional Amendment act in 1967.

Manipuri, Konkani and Nepali were added by the 71st Constitutional Amendment Act of 1992.

And in the 92nd Constitutional Amendment Act of 2003 Maithili, Dogri, Bodo and Santali were added to the list.

There is a demand of 38 more languages for recognition.


The language or one of the languages that is accepted by country’s government, is taught in schools, used in the courts of law etc is considered as Official Language.

An official language is a language given a special status in a particular country, state or other jurisdiction. Typically the term “official language” does not refer to the language used by a people or country, but by its government. 178 countries recognize an official language, 101 of them recognizing more than one. ( Wikipedia )


A National Language is a source or sign of identity for a nation or a country. National language gets its status because it is spoken by majority of the population as the first language…An official language is a language that is given a legal status in a particular country, state, or other jurisdiction.


In India, use of English was continued by the Official Language Act 1963 as an official language along with Hindi. But English language is yet to be recognized by the 8th Schedule of the Constitution of India.


As per Article 343(1) of the constitution provides that Hindi in Devanagari script shall be the official language of the Union.

Article 343(2) also provided for continuing the use of English in official work of the Union for a period of 15 years(i.e.up to 25 January 1965) from the date of commencement of the constitution.

Article 343(3) empowered the Parliament to provide by law for continued use of English for official purposes even after 25 January 1965. Accordingly section 3(2)of the Official Language Act, 1963 (amended in 1967) provides for continuing the use of English in official work after 25 January 1965.

The Act also lays down that both Hindi and English shall compulsorily be used for certain specified purposes such as Resolutions, General orders, Rules, Notifications, Administrative and other Reports and Press communiques and official papers to be laid before a House of Parliament, Contracts, Agreement Licenses, Permits, Tender Notices and Forms of Tender etc.

Now, it is the time to read and enjoy the poems…..


( 1 )


Hello Dear Friends!

Believe it or not!

In our big beautiful country India

More than 19,500 languages or dialects

Are spoken as mother tongues.

Is it not wonderful!?

Is it not beautiful!?

How to believe this!

Its really unbelievable!!

But its true very true

So, let us believe it !

Hello Dear Friends!

Believe it or not!

In our big populous country India

There are 121 languages which are spoken by

10,000 or more people in India

Hindi language is the one which helps people connected to their roots

It is spoken by majority of people in northern India.

Hello Dear Friends!

Believe it or not!

In this vast India with different languages, culture and tradition

When out of their home town, people become fish out of water

Hindi is their only saviour

With the initiative of Government, NGOs and general public

Slowly and steadily Hindi is accepted by all.

( 2 )


Importance of Hindi can be understood and realized

Just ask the rickshaw puller, auto- rickshaw driver, street – food vendor in various cities

They will say, even their broken and impure Hindi is helping them to earn their bread and butter.

Importance of Hindi can be understood and realized

Just ask the migrant daily- wage laborers from other states

They will say, Hindi language is helping my family to live with honor in my distant village.

Importance of Hindi can be understood and realized

Ask the cancer patients who are forced to visit Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital, Mumbai

They will certainly say, Hindi is helping them to stay there for treatment of this dreaded disease.

Today Hindi language has spread all over India

It is working as main communication media

Thanks to Hindi cinema, Hindi serials and Hindi You tube channels

They are teaching Hindi to general public of India

Giving confidence to villagers and illiterates of India

Hindi is so vital to earn Roti, Kapda aur Makan i.e. food, clothes and shelter to many poor people of India

Let us love Hindi, learn Hindi and respect Hindi

Let us improve better relations among all States of India

And increase friendship and brotherhood among all people of India

Let us all wholeheartedly appreciate the importance of Hindi.

( 3 )


It is generally seen and experienced

It is also wonderful to see

People not knowing Hindi

Very much love Hindi

Take pride to communicate in Hindi

Get help through Hindi

Also give help through Hindi.

Wow! Its so nice to experience this

Hindi plays many role

Hindi entertains people

It helps people to communicate

Help people to earn bread and butter

Even the broken Hindi is enjoyable

Even the impure Hindi is understood

And helps very much to earn their livelihood.

All the people from North – South, East – West

Have started loving Hindi language

They may not be comfortable to speak, read or write Hindi

But, very much enjoy speaking Hindi language

Also enjoy Bollywood/ Hindi film songs

Hindi is a big bridge of communication

A big binding force

Hindi is certainly bringing unification

Certainly bringing unification.

( 4 )


Hindi is our National language

Hindi and English are our Official language

Hindi Day or Hindi Divas

Our official language day is an emotional day

Our national language day is an important day

This day inspire us to have a sense of patriotism

We the people of India

Take pride in Hindi

Use Hindi as our official language

We celebrate Hindi Day or Hindi Divas on 14th September every year.

We show unity in diversity

We are very much proud of our rich heritage and culture

Our big, vast and beautiful country India

Also has 22 more official languages

For proper administration and communication

Among the different States of India.

It is encouraging, very much positive

Now a days, we find majority of people in deep rural areas know Hindi

With love and affection, they learn Hindi

Hindi can be regarded as the main source

That brings about the binding force

We can very well call Hindi

The language of the masses

We all Indians from all corners

Want Hindi and all other languages to enrich and improve

There should be no fight on language

All languages of India should bind us

Let us all together make India a big powerful and unified nation.


Hope, you have liked the Hindi Day Poems In English along with the detail information given on language and Hindi language.

Hindi Day or Hindi Divas is celebrated at School, College and also at National level with lot of pride and enthusiasm.

Emphasis is given to make people aware of Hindi language. Various types of competitions are held at different levels in Hindi. Essay competition, poetry recitation, debate in Hindi, speech in Hindi. Prizes are given to the winners.

On this occasion President of India honors those who have achieved any success or have done exemplary work in improvement of Hindi language.

We all should be proud of HINDI language as it is the 4th most spoken language in the world.

People are encouraged to learn the language and use it in their daily activities or conversations. Mahatma Gandhi, firstly recommended Hindi as National language during Hindi Sahitya Sammelan in 1918.

Hindi is the language of almost 250 million people in India. Hindi Day or Hindi Diwas is celebrated throughout India with great enthusiasm, pride and vigour. This day is remembered to acknowledge that Hindi is an enriched language and it has immense contribution. Hindi day has been celebrated every year since 1953.

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