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Role of Language 

By - Devendra Singh

Good things need to be nurtured more carefully and attentively, while things devoid of values such as weeds grow in abundance without care. In the long run, things that look unstable or unimportant on the surface will, if well cared for, turn out to be benevolent and boon for the mankind. Child needs tremendous amount of work to help him/her grow to a person whose potential can be unlimited. If Shiva Ji and Rana Pratap didn’t receive the well-planned upbringing from their parents, especially mothers, we would have been deprived of ideal role models for our society. In a way, when we nurture goodness, we actually help ourselves.

Hindi is one of the greatest and most spoken languages in the world. It is a carrier of our Sanskriti and Civilization. We would not have been what we are today, if we were not immersed in this language. A lot of our cultural values and norms are embedded in it and are inseparable from Hindi and by promoting this language, we naturally make attempts to preserve our culture. 

If we contrast American and Bhartiya culture, we will find that spirituality and scientific lifestyle are prevalent in Bharat mainly due to its rich languages, while America, irrespective of its technological advances, lacks such experiences. 

As mentioned earlier, things of immense values need more attention, otherwise we run the risk of either losing them or getting them appropriated by others for their own vested interest. Currently, Sanskrit language is being manipulated by people who are not traditionalists and have no intention to keep it as a living language. They may make similar attempts to control Hindi and pull strings to define the future status of Hindi. 

We must show respect for our language and culture. Neglecting them will be like double whammy, accelerating its cessation in contributing well-rounded growth of our Sansriti



Hindi USA 15th Anniversary Message from the founder of HindiUSA

HindiUSA was formed as a non-profit volunteer organization in 2001 by a few people who wanted to promote Hindi language at the grass root level. They felt that the Indian culture, its sacraments and traditions are very much tied with Hindi and by promoting Hindi the Indian ‘essence’ will live on in the younger generation. 

Something which is unique and has no counterpart is not easily translatable and hence will remain viable. Hindi is the second most spoken language in the world and the rich grammar, vocabulary and wide aesthetic appeal that it has in people motivates HindiUSA volunteers to help preserve it. To do this, we have well defined syllabus and practical ways to implement it. The syllabus and teaching methodologies are reviewed periodically to provide optimum benefits to the students.  

Hindi can also bring India and USA much closer. Americans can easily learn about Indian cultural heritage through Hindi in their schools and by interacting with their Indian friends.

In a short span of 15 years, HindiUSA grew from 2 students to over 4,000 and from 1 teacher to now over 350. HindiUSA never strives to win prizes or recognition. Its biggest prize is more than 500 graduates, many of whom are acting as assistant teachers and the largest Hindi family in USA. 

If you want to become a part of HindiUSA family, please call 1-877-HINDIUSA or email us at webmaster@hindiusa.org 

                                           Please also read a detailed description about HindiUSA using this link.


 



About HindiUSA
HindiUSA, is a non-profit and entirely volunteer-managed organization in the United States
  • HindiUSA is the largest Hindi volunteer organization in USA.
  • Our main aim is to promote Hindi at the grass-root level by teaching young students.
  • We have 18 Hindi schools in New Jersey and Connecticut.
  • We have more than 20 affiliated Hindi schools in nine other states in USA.
  • We teach Hindi to more than 4,000 students of ages 5 to 15.
  • We have nine different levels of Hindi course; all levels have their own tested syllabus, books, teaching materials, and programs.
 What makes us different 
  • We teach Hindi speaking, writing, reading, and understanding for complete Hindi learning.
  • We have our own printing and publication center, and our books are specially written for students born and brought up in America.
  • We teach Hindi language through modern methods, games, competitions, stories, and various teaching materials.
  • Our teaching syllabus connects students to their everyday life, and hence speeds-up their Hindi learning.
  • We emphasize on Indian Bhartiya culture by celebrating festivals, and cultural programs, such as Hindi Mahotsav.
  • We establish leadership quality and patriotism with the help of Kavita competition.
  • We train our teachers through rigorous teachers’ training and on-the-job teaching experience.
  • Our regular tests, and oral and written exams constitute our strong teaching structure.
  • Our magazine, ‘Karmbhoomi’, is a unique publication, where Hindi articles of our young students are also published.




 
Announcements
  • 2016 Hindi Kavita Paath - Semi Final Saturday, Feb 20th from 9 A.M. to 9 P.MBordentown Regional Middle School 48 Dunns Mill RoadBordentown, NJ 08505
    Posted Jan 30, 2016, 4:36 PM by Sushil Agrawal
  • 15th Hindi Mahotsav 15th Hindi Mahotsav will be held at J.P. Stevens High school, 855 Grove Ave., Edison, NJ 08820 on May 21st and 22nd.
    Posted Jan 30, 2016, 4:30 PM by Sushil Agrawal
  • Hindi Mahotsav Sponsorship / Stall registration Please use following forms for 2016 Hindi Mahotsav Sponsorship's and Stall registrations.
    Posted Jan 28, 2016, 2:58 PM by Amit Khare
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Upcoming Hindi USA Events
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15th Hindi Mahotsav (May 21st and 22nd) at J.P. Stevens High school, 855 Grove Ave., Edison, NJ 08820 May 21, 2016 
Semi-final Kavita Pratiyogita - Bordentown Regional Middle school, 48 Dunn's Mill Road, Bordentown, NJ 08505 February 20, 2016 
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