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Posted: May 22 2015 (17:37)

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Last Response: May 28 2015 (12:52)
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Marathi n Hindi both are written in Devnagri script. but its strange Train is from Solapur but no Marathi.
But still in Solapur, Kannada is widely spokrn n understood too.
The objectioners here when they will grow up and if they go for UPSC preparations, then they will accept you.
Objectors, please get your facts right. Hindi is NOT the national language. It is an OFFICIAL language which finds its place in the 8th Schedule of Constitution of India.
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"Hindi is the national language of India" itself is just an unofficial statement.
As per Article 343 of the Constitution of India, India's official languages shall be Standard Hindi (the dialect known as khadi boli) written in the Devanagari script, and English.
These are the official languages of the Union of India, i.e. at the Central Government level. However, each state is allowed to have its own official language based on its own linguistic demographics. So, we end up having a total of 22 official languages today (excluding English).
As per Article 343 of the Constitution of India, India's official languages shall be Standard Hindi (the dialect known as khadi boli) written in the Devanagari script, and English.
These are the official languages of the Union of India, i.e. at the Central Government level. However, each state is allowed to have its own official language based on its own linguistic demographics. So, we end up having a total of 22 official languages today (excluding English).
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