After a lot of dialects and languages in our country, there has been a big question about language after independence. Finally, on 14 September 1949, Hindi was given the status of official language. Though both Hindi and English were initially chosen as the language of the new nation, and the Constituent Assembly adopted Hindi as well as the official language of Hindi with Devanagari script, but in the year 1949, the Constituent Assembly Declared the official language of
It was also decided to celebrate Hindi Day every year on the day of declaring Hindi as the official language of the country, although the first Hindi day was celebrated on 14th September 1953.
The details of other important events recorded on the date of September 14, in the history of the country, are as under: -
1770: The freedom of the press in Denmark got recognition.
1833: William Ventic, first came to India as governor general.
1901: American President William McKenzie shot dead.
1917: Russia was officially declared a republic.
1949: The Constituent Assembly gave Hindi the official language status of India.
1959: Soviet Union's space shuttle first landed on the moon surface.
1960: Mineral oil producing countries together set up OPEC.
1998: Microsoft, leaving General Electric behind, becomes the world's largest company. 2000: Microsoft Windows M.E. Launched.
2001: Approved $ 40 Billion in US for the campaign to capture Osama bin Laden.
2000: Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee addresses the well-attended meeting of both the Senate Houses.
2007: Japan launches the first moon satellite H-2A from the launch center in Tangagia.
2008: Aeroplot plane crashes at Perm's airport in Russia. All 88 people aboard the plane