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International Mother Language Day 2020 Details History and Celebration
International mother Language day (imld) is celebrated each year by the member states of the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO). It started in 1999 with the aim of promoting linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It is also said to protect the hundreds of languages around the world that are threatened with extinction. The day started in Bangladesh, which had celebrated its own language with a language movement day in 1952. Salam, Barkat, Rafiq, Jabbar and Shafiur died, hundreds of others were injured. Since then, Bangladeshis have celebrated International Mother Language Day as one of their tragic days. You will visit Shaheed Minar, a memorial to the martyrs and their replicas to express their deep sorrow, respect and gratitude. The resolution was proposed by Rafiqul Islam, a Bengali living in Vancouver, Canada. As a Bengali, I grew up to speak Bangla and embrace the Bengali culture with all my heart. However, it is my fault that I do not speak Bangla when I can (like at home). Conversely, a person who teaches people can summarize and sensitize Bangla as a language and symbol for the true meaning of freedom of expression.
There are also Language Day Quotes, 21 February pic and International Mother Language Day Paragraph.