Hindi is the national language of India, the world’s second largest country after China.
It is also the main language of instruction in schools and colleges, and the official language of the country.
It has more than 2.2 billion speakers worldwide.
The country’s speakers have spoken it since ancient times, but it was only in the 19th century that the language was formally declared as a national language.
The word ‘Hindi’ in Hindi means ‘language of the people’.
In the context of India’s development, it is the language of democracy and prosperity.
But as we learnt in this video, it can also mean ‘language that is spoken by a small minority’ as well.
Read moreHindus have spoken the language since ancient time, but this has been gradually increasing over the years.
They have been able to use English and French to communicate, but they have also made use of other languages, like Arabic and Persian, which are used to understand and translate texts.
As Hindi was declared a national religion, its speakers were given a written document that they could write their own names in, called the Hritikhi.
This document was the basis for the formation of the State of India in 1923.
It also included a provision to make Hindi the official national language, as it is spoken widely in the country, including in the north, the south and in parts of the east.
Hindi is widely spoken in urban areas and is spoken as a first language by students, and by teachers.
However, it has also been spoken by rural Indians and the urban poor.
In 2016, the Indian Government announced that it was planning to increase its number of Hriti to 50,000 by 2025.
This meant that by 2020, Hindi would be officially declared the official official language.
However, the number of people in India who have spoken Hindi at least once has gone up from less than 500,000 in 2008 to over one million today.
This number is higher than that of French and Spanish, which have been officially recognised as the official languages of India for over 150 years.
This makes Hindi the second most spoken language of Indians after French, but the number is growing at a slower pace than other languages.
This is because the language is used in a different way to that of other nations, according to a report by the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).
It was first spoken in the northern part of the state of Punjab, the centre of Indian linguistic diversity, in the 15th century.
The Hritihiki was then handed down to children and families from ages six to 11.
The language is spoken at a higher level than that in other parts of India such as Tamil Nadu and Assam.
In terms of the education sector, the language has been adopted by schools in areas like Bihar, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh.
It was also adopted in government-run schools in the eastern states of Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu, as well as in the southern states of Bihar and Madhya Pradesh.
In the last decade, Hindi has been gaining popularity in other cities and towns as well, and as the number grows, it seems that more and more Hindi is being spoken in private homes.
The rise in popularity of Hindi is a sign of growing prosperity and stability in India.