Father of Hindi
Bhartendu Harishchandra born on 9 September is the father of Hindi language. In modern India, Harishchandra is considered the father of Hindi. The writings of the father of Hindi are praised worldwide. This great writer was born in the beautiful city of Banaras. He wrote about general topics like issues of middle-class families and how they are exploited. Hindi is a language developed from Sanskrit used worldwide. Thus, it is part of one of the world’s oldest religious and literary traditions, whether we realize it or not, has influenced other religions and works of art. As such, Hindi is very important to the historical development of world culture and is not only respected but also worth studying. Anyone interested in the history and language of the world should read a little deeper about the subject of Hindi. India is also an emerging country in the world. Although still suffering from massive poverty, all signs indicate that India is becoming a source of economic power. With a very large population, it is a market that global companies cannot ignore, and India demonstrates its desire to establish itself as a regional superpower. All this means that India can be expected to have a greater political and artistic impact on the world than ever before. In the future, Hindi will become more and more important. Every student should learn Hindi in their schools. Hindi teachers should create interest among the students for Hindi.