World Hindi Day is organized by the School of Business Studies on the occasion of World Hindi Day on January 10 at Sharda University, Greater Noida.
World Hindi Day is celebrated on January 10 to mark the anniversary of the First World Hindi Conference held in 1975 in Nagpur, Maharashtra. The event was integrated by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. However, since then it was first celebrated in 2006 by former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. The main objective of celebrating this day is to promote the Hindi language all over the world. Every year on this day various events are held at Sharda University reading their favorite songs and poems and introducing new Hindi words to the audience. The main guest of this event is Mr. YK Gupta who is Pro-Chancellor at Sharda University with Vice-Chancellor Dr. Sibraram Khara with Faculties of Business Studies Dr. Jayanti Ranjan and Dr. Harishankar Shyam. The motive behind this day is to promote the Hindi language widely and promote it in different parts of the world as well as to familiar people in science and technology field. The Hindi language, a symbol of Indian pride and national unity, occupies a unique place in the world because of its expressive power. World Hindi Day is celebrated annually on January 10 to mark the importance and rich history of Hindi. One of the most widely spoken languages in the world after English and Mandarin, Hindi has a much older history and is an integral part of Indian culture. World Hindi Day has been celebrated on January 10 every year since 2006 to promote the language to the world. Hindi is not the language of any state, but it is the most widely spoken language in the country. Hindi is the soul of the nation and a language is not only a tool of communication, but it also connects people, said Mr. YK Gupta, pro chancellor at Sharda University.