BHARTI BHASHA SAMVARDHAN SANSTHAN has been registered under the Trust Act, 1882 with the aim of promoting Hindi and other Indian native languages, both scheduled and non-scheduled languages for promoting cultural diversity across Indian communities all over India and in the world.
As per the 2011 census by the Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India 19,569 languages or dialects are spoken in India as mother tongues. There are 121 languages that are spoken by 10,000 or more people in India. The Eighth Schedule of the Constitution consists of 22 languages while non-scheduled languages were 99 in 2011.
Antarrashtriya MatruBhasha Utsav (AMBU) (अंतरराष्ट्रीय मातृभाषा उत्सव) being organized by Bharti Bhasha Samvardhan Sansthan with support of Ministry of MSME, Govt of India through MSME Technology Center Puducherry.
A plethora of originations are supporting this event, namely Global Schools Foundation, Sustainable Future Foundation, Sindhi Heritage Foundation, Kannada Patha Shaale, Hindi Sahitya Bharati (Videsh), Tashan-e-Punjabi Mutiyaran, WICCI-Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and many more local and regional organizations.
This event is organized every year between the 10th of January and to 21st of February and includes students’ competitions and panel discussions with experts, academicians, and other community members in more than 22 languages.
Antarrashtriya Raj Bhasha Utsav gets organized between 14-Sep and 2-Oct every year.
Before Corona pandemic, we conducted physical events in UAE in Hindi & other languages under the Hindi Utsav name with support from Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi and Indian Consulate in Dubai.