Importance of Mother Tongue
It is wonderfully quoted that English is a fantastic, rich and musical language, but of course or mother tongue is the most important factor; however, in today’s world, our traditional culture values are at risk. Mother tongue is the language spoken by the member of the same culture. Likewise, mother tongue in consider the most important language than other languages. In this changing world, which is closer through technology in communication, is generally losing the value of Balochi. However, this does not mean that we should neglect our own mother tongue, which is easy to learn and can easily be gain in all ages.
Without a doubt that Balochi is not considered as mother tongue by the same members of the people therefore Balochi is being neglected in the society. It is said that if a language is not in touch by the same community, there are changes that language might be disappear from the history. Our native language links us with the culture of the society. People who are unaware of their culture and language, history might lose their native language.
Of course, mother tongue is easy to learn than other languages. Likewise, Balochi is the mother tongue of Balochistan though that is not taught in its educational sectors. In Balochistan the lucky persons can achieve the opportunity to learn in Balochi.
Surprisingly, Mother tongue can easily be gain in all ages of people. An individual can easily gain his/her mother tongue than other languages as it is easy to understand. If a nation is deprived from its own mother tongue, truly their upcoming generation might really forget it.
Similarly, Mother tongue is a important role in development of a society. So, it is the duty of every individual to not neglect their mother tongue. It is important for everyone to learn it, which not only help them to communicate easily in future but also keep their mother tongue in mind and heart and that never can be forget.
Fida Hussain, Turbat