I feel sad that I am communicating with my own countrymen in a foreign language because some of my fellow Indian citizens do not at all know the national language, the most beautiful – HINDI. Probably this is because of lack of their knowledge regarding Hindi. Passing negative comments regarding the national language on social media and that too without knowing the language properly is an offence on their part as they are against the constitution of India, because they don’t want to come out of their shells, the cocoon they have been living in. This shows their inability to understand the fact that Hindi is only a simplified version of the grandmother of almost all languages – SANSKRIT. Not to forget that the scientifically created DEVNAGRI Script is the only script in the world that has its words under the ‘shelter’ or ‘roof’ or ‘shade’, e.g. ‘हिंदी’, क, ख, ग, etc.; only our great Indian ancestors thought of protecting even the words/alphabets. Every Hindi alphabet stands with its own umbrella. It has 52 alphabets and all sounds that our mouth/tongue can create and therefore can become the written script for any language of the world. In other words, any world language can adopt DEVNAGRI script or alphabets as their written words and क, ख, ग, can absolutely satisfy any language. So before abusing your own sister language think a hundred times and don’t ignore the fact that a few percentages of words are same in the dictionaries of various Indian languages, because ultimately our languages are only the derivations and branches of the trunk and root called - SANSKRIT. We must be proud as an Indian, of being part of such learned society, gifted to us by our ancestors.
UNITY IN DIVERSITY IS INDIA’S STRENGTH,
SO DON’T EVEN THINK TO TAMPER IT.
-Mumbai, India, 19 September 2018
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