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Hindi Diwas Song - Hum Hai Hindustani Hindi Bhasha

Every year Hindi Diwas is celebrated on September 14th all over India. On this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India has adopted Hindi in Devanagari script, as the official language of India.

Here are the lyrics of the wonderful Hindi Diwas Song for school children. The song is composed by Pt. AvadKishore Pandeyji.

Hum Hai Hindustani Hindi Bhasha Humko Pyaari Hai
Is Bhasha Par Sari Duniyan Vaari Vaari Vaari Hai

Charon Vedon Ke Pannon Mein Jo Gunje Aviram
Ram Krishna Ki Vaani Hai Ye Aur Geeta Ka Gyan
Iske Shabdarthon Ki Shobha Nyari Nyari Nyari Hai

Ganga Si Pavanta Jismein Hai Shikharon Sa Maan
Us Bhasha Ke Hum Bhashi Hain Hai Hamko Abhiman
Hum Na Bhul Sakenge Isko Jab Tak Jaan Hamari Hai

Rishiyon Ki Vani Ye Bhasha Kaviyon Ka Samman
Prem Bhav Ka Path Padhata Har Pustak Ka Gyan
Iski Khushbu Se Meheki Ye Kyari Kyari Kyari Hai

Lyrics in Hindi

हम हैं हिंदुस्तानी हिंदी भाषा हमको प्यारी है
इस भाषा पर सारी दुनिया वारी वारी वारी है

चारों वेदों के पन्नो मे जो गूंजे अविराम
रामकृष्ण की वाणी है ये और गीता का ज्ञान
इसकी शब्दार्थो की शोभा न्यारी न्यारी न्यारी है

गंगा सी पावनता जिसमे है शिखरों सा सम्मान
उस भाषा के हम भाषी हैं है हमको अभिमान
हम न भूल सकेंगे इसको जब तक जान हमारी है

ऋषियों की वाणी है ये भाषा कवियों का सम्मान
प्रेम भाव का पाठ पढ़ाता हर पुस्तक का ज्ञान
इसकी खुशबू से महकी ये क्यारी क्यारी क्यारी है

Listen to the beautiful song:

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