My Language, My Pride

My Language, My Pride

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Dipankar Bhattacharya started this petition to State Governments and

With the advent of globalization and industrialization at large, India is facing an internal conflict of language from the time of post-colonization till now which is the sense of threat to their mother tongue and culture. India with more than 19,500 regional  languages and 22 constitutional languages, each Indian state is having enormous numbers of immigrants from different parts of the country. Though mostly just for the purpose of an opportunity for a better life and job facility, the population of such people is a big number and  this has a big impact. From  Assam or Bengal to  Gujrat and from Kashmir to  Kanyakumari people are placed and have established themselves with the pride of their own language and culture. Though Hindi and English is prevalent or forced to be so, the sense of insecurity and threat is still there among the regional people which is natural as well, causing many conflicts here and there almost everyday in every part of this nation some noticed , some are not.

As a solution, let us unite and appeal to our Government  (both state and central) and the private institutions to enforce a law on conservation of ethnicity and regional language and also to implement "a must to enact provision" to train every immigrant for 6 months on that regional state language, which will not only eradicate the sense of threat to any language or lingo-cultural identity that one bears as well as will bring a mass scale change of accepting India and it's linguistic variation as another aspect of beauty and glory of our heritage.

"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart."
                                                                                                           -Nelson Mandela

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