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Hindi is the first language of a large proportion of the population of India and is spoken by more than half the overall population. Hindi’s role as a lingua-franca is evidenced in many forms of popular culture, such as music and film.

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Hindi is an official language of India and Fiji. It is the most widely spoken language of the Indian subcontinent and is also widely spoken throughout the world in countries that include the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Mauritius, the Gulf countries and Australia. Modern Standard Hindi is based on the Khari Boli dialect spoken in the Delhi area and written in Devanagari script.

More broadly, the notion of Hindi also includes a variety of dialect forms. Hindi was adopted as the Official Language of the Union on 14 September 1949, now celebrated each year as Hindi Day.

Hindi is the first language of a large proportion of the population of India and is spoken by more than half the overall population. Hindi’s role as a lingua-franca is evidenced in many forms of popular culture, such as music and film.

Significant Indian migration to Australia began in the 1980s and continued through the 1990s. According to the Australian Census, in 2011 there were 111,352 Hindi speakers in Australia. Most Indians are multilingual and Hindi is one of the most widely spoken languages in the Australian Indian community.

The community’s commitment to maintain and to express Hindi identity through language, culture and religion is reflected in the strength of Hindi language use in home and community contexts.

Increasing enrolments into Hindi language programs reflect the growing Indian community in Australia and the Australian Government’s commitment to support linguistic diversity in the community and to develop capabilities in the languages of the region, including Hindi.

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