No, it's just their self respect towards their own languages and tradition which Indians specially our leaders never feel. India will get divided and many states like Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Bengal, Orissa, Assam. Even at home front, English is more acceptable in the southern part of the country than the national language Hindi. In my opinion Hindi should be the official language of India, As we know India is Hindustan so Hindi is the identity of India, although India is diversifying countryside, so it is very much difficult to adopt all language, everyone will favour to his state language, it's better to make one nation one language Hindi should be the official language of India. So A single language cannot play well. Enduring English language for them might be next to difficult.
So, I feel Hindi should be our Official Language but we must speak English More as well. So Hindi should me made official language but that doesn't mean we should ignore other languages because every language plays important role in its own way. Rate this: +36 -26 Naga said: Dec 13, 2017 There should be no official language of India as there is no official sport of the country. Without a link language and systems, integration is impossible. Hindi got its name from the Persian word Hind, meaning 'land of the Indus River'. Iska matlab usko Hindi language ya toh samajh nahi aati ya fir Hindi language sunne mein sharam aati hai. So for complete development of a country the national language should privileged at first.
Nearly 425 million people speak Hindi as a first language and around 120 million as a second language. A majority of India does not speak Hindi. People in their own country are not understanding others language, why to give example to go to foreign countries. But as we see the people living in cities or towns prefer the English language because from their childhood they used to study in English medium schools. You should be careful with the use of formal and informal words in Hindi.
Every language must be allowed to develop by itself, but having a Tagalog-based Filipino and promoting its national use seems to be counter-intuitive. Its because of the caste's and communities which let them to choose their own way. There is no denial from the fact that English has become a global language. English Language: When declaring the Hindi as the national language, it will provide the pathways to people to know one more language- Hindi in the Non Hindi speaking States and at the same time it will shut down the pathway to know English — Unofficial world Language in all states of India. But these benefits are only confined to people who know Hindi. Some people think whoever speaks English is an intelligent person but the reality is that it's just a language which has been recognized as an international language to communicate with other continents people. But we all now that we need a common language, so for this we must choose that language which has a majority.
But at the same time, we have to respect every language and give equal importance to all Indian languages for the development and happiness of the country. Rate this: +10 -4 Daya said: Feb 6, 2018 Think, doesn't It sound very odd when an Indian need a translator to communicate with another Indian. Every country has own official language nd In India only 30% to 40% people know the English language so in that case Hindi is higher than English language or other languages. An important thing to understand here is that English must stopped being treated as a valid fallback. In India most commonly understandable language is Hindi.
To ask them to learn Hindi to live in this country would be a great injustice. Hindi is not spoken all over India and many people do not know to read Hindi which will be difficult for people to translate the official documents to regional languages. National ,regiona,local etc are not political terms. Ek sabse mahatwa purn sawal ye hai ki kya hindi hamari Rashtra Bhasha honi chahiye? Hindi grammar should be simplified. When constitution was implemented in the country, it was decided that gradual transfer of English to Hindi will be made in the coming 15 years. It is more of a egoistic issue than a language issue.
In japan there is Japanese lang alone. This happened in the past also due to the same reason. This is an inexorable law. So after some after each and every state are made to at least write in Hindi we may declare Hindi as our official language. It is only a language. I have to learn English, and English is a language which we have to learn by giving money to school or institution because every government schools teaches in their own language.
Hindi should be the official language of India for communication. Hindi is spoken much more than another language so Hindi is a right choice. So, in my opinion, Hindi should be the official language of India as well as other state languages. So it's easy to say. But we can not follow them.