How Regional Languages Can Make a Mark in the New Digital India

Join Quint Hindi and Google in celebrating your regional languages with Bol – Love Your Bhasha.

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To celebrate the beauty of regional languages, Quint Hindi reached out to people who have made path-breaking contribution in nurturing different Indian languages on the web.

You need regional languages to fluently express your thoughts and have a lucid conversation, said Sanjiv Saraf, the founder of Rekhta.org.

Rekhta.org is the world’s largest online repository for Urdu poetry and literature, with content available in Persian, Devanagari and Roman.

On the other hand, Shally Modi, the co-founder of Pratilipi app believes this is the time of digital revolution and one must never forget the importance of regional languages on the internet.

Pratilipi is a self-publishing platform for Indian language content.

Join Quint Hindi and Google in celebrating your regional languages with Bol – Love Your Bhasha.

Bol – Love Your Bhasha

On 18 September 2018, our special event Bol – Love Your Bhasha will bring together several personalities who have played a key role in giving Indian languages their due place on the web.

We’ll talk about the future of Indian languages and the challenges that lie ahead.

Watch out for Bol – Love Your Bhasha!

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