INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY
जिसमें हो नई उमंग और हो नई आशा,
वही होती है दिल में बसने वाली मातृभाषा I
International Mother Language Day is a global observance celebrated annually on February 21st. The day recognizes the importance of preserving and promoting linguistic and cultural diversity, as well as multilingualism. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) officially recognized the day in 2000 to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions worldwide. The roots of International Mother Language Day lie in the Language Movement in Bangladesh, which occurred on February 21st, 1952. Significance.
International Mother Language Day is significant in promoting linguistic and cultural diversity. Our little learners had came in dressup of different states and wished “Namste” to everyone in their own language. Our educators performed small skit regarding Gujarat. Language is essential in shaping an individual's identity, culture, and heritage. It helps to build bridges between different communities and facilitates mutual understanding.
The celebration of International Mother Language Day highlights the importance of preserving and protecting languages, which is critical in promoting social cohesion, fostering innovation and creativity, and enabling better communication.
International Mother Language Day is an important celebration of linguistic and cultural diversity that promotes the preservation and protection of languages. The day highlights the importance of the mother tongue in shaping an individual's identity and culture and promoting mutual understanding between different communities. It is an opportunity to reflect on language policy and to promote multilingualism in education. Through the celebration of International Mother Language Day, we can foster a deeper appreciation for linguistic and cultural diversity and create a more inclusive and harmonious global community.