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.
Our main goal is to raise the cultural integrity levels of people across all Indian states. Therefore as a part of our commitment, we have also made the following working plan for the next two years:
The benefits of linguistic and cultural education cannot be underestimated and our efforts are also directed at ensuring that all children at the secondary level should at least be able to read and write their native languages. Hence our agenda also includes:
Our next target will be to take this campaign to the Indian diaspora settled abroad. Second-generation Indians are growing up in a totally alien environment away from our culture. To achieve this objective we planned to organize students’ and adult’s literary competitions, and cultural events to promote fine arts, crafts, and other works.
We will also be organizing some extracurricular activities for young children. We have planned to conduct educational seminars and campaigns in order to promote folk stories, folk songs, and writing scripts. Apart from these activities, we will also actively participate in:
These steps will motivate people to remain connected with their mother tongues and also their cultural identity. In addition to this, we will undertake all such things which are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the objectives of the Trust.