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  • Mar 17, 2012
  • 11:42 PM

100 Years of Hindi

Jaskiran Kapoor / Indian Express
Though Landour Language School started primarily to teach Hindi, it added other Indian languages to its profile over the years. “In pre-Partition India, Urdu was the most sought-after language. It was replaced by Gujarati and Tamil as the most popular languages in the following years. Now, Hindi is drawing the most students,” says Datt, attributing the trend to India’s reputation as an emerging economic power.

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