Chennai Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha Magazines

Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha was started in the year 1918 by our beloved Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi. Its only aim is to propagate Hindi in the states of south india. The 1st Pracharak was his own son Devadoss Gandhi son of Mahatma Gandhi.

“Hindi Prachar” was a movement that developed as part of Freedom Movement and the political leaders who head the nation to “FREE INDIA” thought the requirement of creating a single Indian Language the National Language, and through which language unite the people and thus intensify National Integration.

The year 1927 witnessed the need of Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha as an separate organisation and Mahatma Gandhi was its President until he died.

This wing holds exams in Hindi, namely Madhyama, Rashtrabhasha, Praveshika, Parichaya, Prathamik, Rashtrabhasha Visharad, Rashtrabhasha Praveen, and Nishnath. It also holds exam in Hindi Typewriting (Lower, Higher and High Speed) and Shorthand in Hindi. All the exams are approved by the Central and State Governments. Examinations are held two times a year in February & August month. Almost four Lakhs students give the Examination in whole year.

The Hindi Prachar Samachar Monthly Hindi Magazine will be in the form of gazette of the Sabha. With 15000 copies are printed and distributed each month to the Pracharaks. It has all the essential information like syllabus of the Examination, Examination date sheet, Convocation information, last year exam Papers that are helpful to the pracharaks. Dakshina Bharat Literary Magazine is printed every quarter about articles on Literature, Language and Literary Translations.

Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Chennai is announced by Parliament of india as an Institution of National Importance through the Act 14 of 1964

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