[Ilugc] Bangalorians from ILUGC
mugunth at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 20:49:08 IST 2007
On Dec 21, 2007 7:25 PM, pavithran <pavithran.s at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 21, 2007 7:04 PM, Muguntharaj Subramanian <mugunth at gmail.com>
> > We can understand asking for english translation but why ask for HINDI
> > translation ?????
> Hindi is national language so non tamilians normally(in many cases) do
> understand hindi ::)
> I meant english/Hindi translation for the tamil sentences he writes!!
Who told Hindi is the only national language ?
Have ever read the constitution ?
If possible try to show me(and others in the list) a proof that constitution
tells that "Hindi is the only National language"
For your info, hindi has only one special status. It was proposed to replace
english with hindi as "official and communication language" for Indian Govt.
But that proposal was dropped later after protests from states like Tamil
Nadu. English usage as official language of india continues and hindi also
is used as official language in hindi speaking states.
other than the above there is no special status to hindi over other
"National languages of India" like tamil, malayalam, telugu, bengali etc...
May be you can read the following links:
http://www.constitution.org/cons/india/const.html (can read online here)
http://india.gov.in/govt/constitutions_india.php ( you can download pdf
I hope you understand my previous mail now :)
> > If someone asks for translation in hindi, then Ramadas has every right
> > ask for translation in tamil too :)
> LOL ramados special tamil translation of the lingo he writes to chennai's
> tamil ???
> > -Mugunth
> pavithran shakamuri
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