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GhoseSpot Sep 15
Learning a language is ultimately guided by Economics rather than Nationalism or chauvinism. You have Punjabis speaking the most fluent Thai and Italian in those countries. Marwaris fluent in Nepali, Assamese, Bengali and Tamil. Yet entitled Hindi heartlanders 2/n
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Bewakoof.com Sep 14
We hope that you’re having fun! You have until 4 ’o' clock to ensure that you've followed all the rules & answered correctly! Give it your best!
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abdul azeem Sep 14
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redchillies.vfx Sep 14
Language is the dress of thought. On this , let's embrace & celebrate the beauty of languages around the world. आर यू विथ मी?
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Vishnu Iyer Sep 14
Replying to @Mystic_Tamil
I am a Tamilan by birth but a true Indian and I can speak Hindi.
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MAGICMIND TECHNOLOGIES Sep 14
Keep the list going, add to the count with your own Hindi words which don’t have the same meaning once translated into English. This , let's challenge the angrej in you. Can you translate these without changing the meaning?
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ಕನ್ನಡವೇ ಉಸಿರು. Sep 16
Stop looting money for and stop imposing One language is their agenda, Our language is our right.
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Hindi Sep 14
Remembering Bharatendu Harishchandra on , a man whose work fortified the language - via
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Mahto Sanjeev 🇮🇳 Sep 14
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Bewakoof.com Sep 14
Time's Up! That's all for now Tweeps! Thanks for being a part of this! Stay tuned for the winner announcements soon!
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Mahto Sanjeev 🇮🇳 Sep 14
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Doreen Gomes Sep 20
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Sushma ಸುಷ್ಮಾ 🇮🇳 Sep 14
The opposition leaders are doing politics by not accepting Hindi as national language. They don't mind learning English language but wouldn't learn Hindi....
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YKSHEETAL 🇮🇳 Sep 14
Ambassador of Poland to India H.E.Adam Burakowski addresses a gathering in Kolhapur in Hindi . Interestingly he also recites a poem of former PM Bharat Ratn Shri Atal Bihar Vajpayee. The event is commemorating eight decades old asylum of Polish in Kolhapur during WW II
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Voice of Silence by Rachana @VOS Rachana Oct 14
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The Pioneer Sep 14
: PM on Saturday said the Hindi language has beautifully incorporated simplicity, spontaneity and elegance.
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Governor Swaraj Sep 14
Speaking Kannada with pride in Bellary election in 1999.
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sheetal Palrecha 🧚‍♀ Sep 14
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ALPHA..BOLD & BEAUTIFUL. Sep 18
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