The journey of HindiTech as a web-research journal and linguistic resource hub was initiated in 2009 under the leadership of Arimardan Kumar Tripathi, which was well intimately supported by Dharmendra Hivare, a software professional from Wardha, Maharashtra, and later Dr. Anjani Ray, from MGAHV, Wardha. It got ISSN in the early days of its journey. As per the core objectives, it was functioning with publishing research, interviews, reports, etc. focused on language computing in particular and languages and linguistics in general. 

The efforts made by HindiTech were welcomed by academicians, researchers, technologists, and language administrators by reading, writings, translation, etc. for the journal. With collaborative efforts and pieces of advice from senior academicians, it was the first web magazine in Hindi for language technology, which was a baby as an academic discipline in that period in the Country and even in SAARC regions. Thus HindiTech has emerged parallel with the language technology in India and specially in Hindi. It has served academics tirelessly in the true spirit of Indian multilingualism by providing content in Hindi and English as medium but many languages as a subject, along with language technological tools such as POS tagger, Spell Checker, Frequency Counter, Chunker, etc. for Hindi.

HindiTech was adopted by the Bhasha-Manthan Charitable Trust in 2023 with the aim of accelerating academic spirit by developing it as a double blind peer reviewed research journal with widening it as interdisciplinarity. At this venture, HindiTech has aimed to get academic support from its content providers, members of editorial board, and reviewers to reach the following objectives:

  1. To publish research, experiences of researchers, scholarly writings on languages, translation of high quality texts, and book reviews etc.  in order to promote language computing in Hindi and other Indian languages. 

  2. To promote Indian knowledge and ethnic cultures in digital space through Hindi/English.

  3. To bridge the academic gap between language, literature, social sciences, linguistics & artificial intelligence, etc., and underline the role of linguistics.

  4. To provide better academic support to writers of marginal societies and young scholars in order to fill the several gaps in academia.

  5. To counter the dominance of English in the knowledge society in a logical manner and accelerate academics in Indian languages.

  6. To nourish the academic base for nativizing language pedagogy in the Indian education system.

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