Hindi is friend of all Indian languages: Amit Shah

Hindi is friend of all Indian languages: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that Hindi is the friend of all indigenous languages ​​and India’s prosperity lies in the richness of all its languages.

Addressing the All India Official Language Conference here, Shah also said that a country which cannot preserve its languages ​​cannot also preserve its culture and organic thought process.


Thus, he said, it is very important for all to preserve and nurture all the languages ​​of India.

He said, “Hindi is the friend (sakhi) of all indigenous languages ​​(Swabhasha). India’s prosperity lies in the prosperity of our Indian languages.”

The Home Minister said that inferiority complex had developed in the minds of some children who could not speak English.

Shah said he firmly believes that the time is not far when those who cannot speak their mother tongue will feel inferior.

The Home Minister said that once the people of the country take a decision and its languages ​​become the language of governance, India will automatically get back the knowledge fund of Maharishi Patanjali and Panini.

He said that there is a need to rid the youth of the inferiority complex created during the British rule.

“We need to create an environment where people feel proud to speak their mother tongue,” he said.

The Home Minister also said that many attempts were made to create controversy over the Hindi language, but now that time is over.

Shah said that the dialogue and development of Indian languages ​​is a central pillar of the national education policy and the curriculum of engineering and medical courses has been translated into eight Indian languages ​​so far.

“Today I am very proud to say that not a single file in the Union Home Ministry is written in English. We have completely adopted the official language (Hindi),” he said.

Terming Hindi as the ‘sakhi’ of all indigenous languages, he emphasized that there can be no ‘interference’ among friends.

He said, “There is no difference between Hindi and our indigenous languages. Hindi is a friend of all indigenous languages ​​and there cannot be differences between friends.”

“It is a year for Hindi lovers to take a pledge that by the time we do not complete 100 years of independence, the native languages ​​and official languages ​​should become so strong that we do not need to take the help of any foreign language. he said.

Shah also lamented that Hindi had been unable to achieve its full development and destiny status in independent India.

He said that this work should have been completed soon after independence.

There are three pillars of independence – ‘Swaraj’ (self-government), ‘Swadeshi’ (use of domestic products) and ‘Swabhasha’ (indigenous language). We have got ‘Swaraj’, but ‘Swadeshi’ and ‘Swabhasha’ have lagged behind, he said.

Shah said though Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken steps to ensure the development of Swadeshi, the ‘swabhasha’ has lagged behind.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about Swadeshi for the first time through Make in India. One of our objectives, which we missed, was ‘Swabhasha’. We should remember this and make it a part of our lives.”

Shah also lauded Prime Minister Modi for promoting Hindi across the world.

He said, “No Prime Minister has got so much global acclaim as Narendra Modi ji has. He has put India’s vision in front of the world in Rajbhasha (Hindi) and has brought glory to the official language.”

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