Understand Mother Tongue
Always understand Mother Tongue. We should never forget our mother tongue. The way a cow’s milk cannot be mother’s milk and neither can the mother’s milk be cow’s milk. Our mother tongue is our own language, which always remembers how Gandhiji opposed foreign language. Gandhiji said that if our Swaraj goes towards English, then we should change our national language to English, if our Swaraj goes towards Hindi, then we should make our national language Hindi. The fact that changed conditions have given rise to debate over language. The entry of modernity into life has worked to influence the patterns of many areas. In this sequence, modernity does not want to leave the mother tongue in the direction of making the only language. But even after all, the importance of our mother tongue has not come down. From the memory of the Hindi language or even direct
Hindi is not only a description in India but it is a language used by Indians living around the world, but the weak aspect is that some scholars who use this language are hesitant to express their feelings towards their mother tongue. Don’t. Mahatma Gandhi used to say that there is no language of the heart towards the mother tongue, the heart talks to the heart and Hindi is the language of the heart, this perfection is true. Hindi has the ability to describe the tear stream flowing from the eyes in such a way that the reader reading it becomes aware of the state of mind of the person shedding the tears. Can the feelings of any other language be felt to the heart level?
Our laughter can be expressed in any language. But the pain, pain and thoughts of others are experienced only in mother tongue. It acts as a link to connect emotion to emotion. Moving forward with time, it is also necessary to be successful on the path of progress and progress. Therefore, knowing other languages or using them in work should also come. It is not bad. But it is also not right to consider your mother tongue as Nimita. The use of this language needs not to be an insult but a transmission of expressions like pride because this language is our identity.