The origin of Hindi
Hindi is a modern Indo-Aryan language (belonging to the family of greater Indo-European languages) and is a descendant of Sanskrit, the earliest speech of the Aryan settlers in the north-west frontiers of India. Passing through various stages of evolution over the period of time -- from Classical Sanskrit to Pali-Prakrit and Apabhransha, the emergence ofit in earliest form can be traced back to the 10th century A.D. sometimes it's also referred to as Hindavi, Hindustani and Khari-Boli. It is written in Devanagari script (which is the most scientific writing system among the existing writing systems of the world) is the Official Language of the Republic of India and is ranked as the third most widely spoken languages of the world. In addition, It is also the state language of the state of Bihar, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Approximately six hundred million people across the globe speak Hindi as either a first or second language. The literary history of it is can be traced back to the twelfth century and in its modern incarnation, it has an approximately three hundred-year-old, well attested rich literary and grammatical tradition.