In the diverse tapestry of languages that make up India, Hindi stands tall as not just a mode of communication but as an emotion that binds millions of people across the country. Aishwarya Khare, who portrays the character of Lakshmi in Zee TV's popular show 'Bhagya Lakshmi,' understands the significance of Hindi in a way that goes beyond mere words. She believes that Hindi is not just a language; it's an emotion that resonates with the hearts of many Indians, connecting them to their rich culture, history, and a sense of unity.
Aishwarya Khare, a talented actress in an industry where Hindi dominates, recognizes that this language is more than just a collection of words. It serves as a reflection of India's identity and the essence of being an Indian. When emotions run high and we seek a medium to express ourselves authentically, our comfort language often becomes our refuge. For Aishwarya, that language has always been Hindi.
Aishwarya says, '' “Hindi is not just a language, but it is an emotion to a lot of people in India because it binds us all together. I work in an industry where Hindi is the dominant language. It is not just a collection of words but a reflection of our culture, history, and unity.''
The actress further states how Hindi will always be her comfort language and says, ''When we're in an emotional state of mind, we always want to speak in our comfort language to express ourselves better. For me, that language will always be Hindi. Celebrating this day is a reminder to people that no matter what we do or where we are, sticking to our roots will always help us feel connected to our country, India. So let's take pride in celebrating our national language on this special day!”
In a world that constantly evolves, where cultural identities sometimes seem to fade, our languages remain steadfast. Hindi, with its deep historical roots and wide-reaching influence, continues to play a pivotal role in shaping India's cultural narrative.
So, as we mark Hindi Diwas, let us echo Aishwarya Khare's sentiments and recognize the importance of our national language, Hindi, in preserving our cultural heritage and fostering unity in diversity. Hindi is not just a language; it's a thread that binds us all together as proud Indians.