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'Hindi Sanchaar Nigam' is fortunate to indulge in and be a part of the Freedom Movement and the leaders who led the Nation towards ‘FREE INDIA’ which felt the necessity of making a single Indian Language as the National official Language and through this language UNIFY the people and thereby intensify National Integration.

"IT IS UP TO YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR LEARNING HINDI AT MADRAS AND OTHER PLACES.SO LONG AS YOU DO NOT LEARN HINDI YOU WILL REMAIN TOTALLY SEPARATE FROM THE REST OF INDIA." --------- March 28, 1919 - GANDHIJI.

1927 saw the emergence of Dakshin Bharat Hindi PracharSabha as an independent organization and Mahatma Gandhi was its President till he breathed his last.

Gandhiji desired that the ‘Hindi Prachaar’ in the south should be carried on by involving the local people of the respective areas.

The Hindi movement in south India was started in the year 1918 by Mahatma Gandhi. The movement was inaugurated by Dr.Besant,under his president ship at Gokhale Hall, Chennai.

The first Hindi class was started by Sri Devdas Gandhi. Hindi Training Schools were started in Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu.In which about 200 citizens joined to learn to speak Hindi in the year 1919. This number multiplied itself slowly and steadily, and to-day the movement can claim several thousands of our citizens who have learnt to speak Hindi in more than 6000 centres, covering the entire area of the four linguistic regions in the South.

We have trained several students which include Bank Officials, Engineers, Doctors, Medical students, lawyers & Advocates, Auditors, IT & Marketing professionals, from leading establishments, such as Infosys, TCS, CavinCare, SpiceJet, Apollo Hospitals, ICICI, HDFC, Indian Overseas Bank, and many more and also candidates contesting a seat for the Member of Parliament And several students competing for UPSC, IAS & IPS..

We teach Hindi to people wanting to go out of Chennai for jobs, business visits, or someone who just wants to learn the National language-a housewife, a school student wanting to better his Hindi Grammar, a retired person wanting to sharpen his linguistic skills, a person wanting to impress his Hindi speaking Boss, and several others from various walks of life, various age groups have been coming forward to learn Hindi, which has now grown extensively with almost 250 students every month.

Since we started the journey of teaching Hindi, HINDI SANCHAAR NIGAM has now become the premier institute for learning Hindi in the great city of Chennai whether it is SPOKEN, READING OR WRITING. Hindi is a rich and melodic language, spoken, written and studied widely throughout the world. Learning it will open the door to a fascinating and diverse culture that spans thousands of years of uninterrupted history.

More than 600 million people speak the Hindi language, not only in India but also in almost every other country in the world. It is the primary language spoken in Northern and Central India, and has been chosen as the country’s Official national language, even though innumerable languages and dialects are spoken nationwide. Most schools throughout the sub-continent teach Hindi as part of their curriculum.

Pronunciation in Hindi is relatively easy unlike English.

Hindi shares with English and most other European languages the same ancestral roots. They evolved from a language thought to have been spoken in Central Asia around 5,000 BC, called by linguists the Indo-European parent language. For this reason (and because of the 200-year influence of the British in India), many basic words in Hindi are the same or similar to their equivalent in English. The primary source of Hindi is Sanskrit, one of the most ancient spoken and written languages in the world and one of the earliest members of the Indo-European language family. Like Sanskrit, Hindi is written in the Dev Naagari script, which is common to several other Indian languages as well. Much of the vocabulary of Hindi comes from Sanskrit, though Hindi also has a special relationship with Urdu. Their grammar and much of their vocabulary are virtually identical.

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