Which is our national language, and why there is too much discrimination between English speaking mass and Hindi speaking mass in corporate sector?

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Sanat Shukla asked 03-Sep-2018 in Indian Society & Social Issues by Sanat Shukla
edited 03-Sep-2018 by Sanat-Shukla

 1). Do we love our mother tongue?       2).  Then why do we hate with our mother tongue so much?



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ASHUTOSH PANDEY answered 03-Sep-2018 by ASHUTOSH PANDEY
As it is quite known to us that Hindi is our mother tongue which is derived from Devnagri script. Hindi is the language which was known as the language of East Indus. It is the direct descendant of Vedic Sanskrit. Arabs called it as the language of Hindus who lived in the east of Sindh. After Independence constituent assembly of India adopted Hindi as an official language of India on 14 September 1949, and hence 14 September is celebrated as ‘Hindi Divas’. 
Part XVII, article 343 of the Indian Constitution deals with the official language of Indian commonwealth. Bihar is the first state to adopt Hindi as its state language. Hindi is the 4th most spoken language of the world. It is spoken in many other parts of the world especially Europe, Africa and North America.
The second part of the question raises a very pertinent question as English has really considered as a global language and those who speak it are considered as trendy and smart. As it is quite evident that the Britishers ruled almost every part of the world and thus their imperialism led to the dissemination of English language as panoramatic  level. The Industrial Revolution which was started in Europe and industries moved away from England taking English as its language thus this got special privilege among workers who work in that industry. Gradually English became a mass speaking language as it as the desired language which was a bridge to communicate between Britishers and the working community. It became a trend in India too who followed English as their working culture in the corporate world hence English speaking mass is given preference so that they could communicate the parts of the world too.
Which is our national language, and why there is too much discrimination between English speaking mass and Hindi speaking mass in corporate sector?
But we must respect our national language as it is mother tongue and gift of our ancestors.
Aditya KumarPatel commented 03-Sep-2018 by Aditya KumarPatel
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