Sunday, 13 September 2015

14th September - Hindi Diwas

The Constituent Assembly of India had adopted Hindi as the official language of India on 14th September 1949. To show its importance and celebrated its mark of acknowledgement, Hindi Diwas or the day of Hindi language is celebrated on the 14th of September every year.

As per Survey of India in 2001. more than 422 million of people are speaking Hindi. We should be aware that Hindi encompasses many languages within itself. In Rajasthan itself there are more that 30 languages which differ in smaller or bigger degree from Modern Hindi.

I would like to share some links about Hindi languages with you here:

Linguistic Survey of India
Central Hindi Directorate
Why is Hindi Diwas celebrated (English)
Why is Hindi Diwas celebrated (Hindi - Jagran)

Friday, 11 September 2015

82nd Birth Anniversary

Today is a very special day!

On 11. September 1923. His Holiness Dharam Samrath Paramhans Swami Madhawananda Ji Maharaj was born. For us this is a special occasion as He is founder of this, Vishwa Guru Deep Ashram.

His teachings and the teachings of his successor Vishwaguru Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda Ji are like the light on our path! Thank you Gurudev!