“International Mother Language Day” is celebrated to spread awareness among people about their language and culture.
International Mother Language Day 2021: ‘International Mother Language Day’ is celebrated to spread awareness among the people about various mother tongues around the world.
- Last Updated:February 21, 2021, 6:50 AM IS
Know this day Of History
In the year 1952, a movement was organized by the students and social workers of Dhaka University on 21 February to maintain the existence of their mother tongue. In memory of the martyred youth, UNESCO had announced to celebrate 21 February as Mother Language Day for the first time in 1999. This day was first observed in the year 2000 as “International Mother Language Day”.
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Every year a theme is set by UNESCO for “International Mother Language Day”. On this day, different programs related to language and culture are organized around the world. Most programs are based on a set theme. The theme of this day for the year 2021 is “Fostering multilingualism for inclusion in education and society” i.e. “Promoting multilingualism for education and inclusion in society”.
these is this day To Convince Of an objective
Language has an important role in human life. Only through language, communication can be established with the country and abroad. Considering its importance, every year on 21 February is celebrated as “International Mother Language Day”. The purpose of celebrating this day is to spread linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism around the world and bring awareness to various mother tongues in the world.
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There are so many languages spoken around the world, there are 1652 languages in India
The languages which are spoken most in the world. They include English, Japanese, Spanish, Hindi, Bangla, Russian, Punjabi, Portuguese, Arabic. According to the United Nations, there are about 6900 languages that are spoken around the world. 90 percent of these people who speak languages are less than one lakh. Talking about India, according to the 1961 census, 1652 languages are spoken in India.