The Indian government has announced plans to digitize study materials for all school and higher education courses in languages listed in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution. This initiative, aligned with the National Education Policy (NEP), aims to provide students the opportunity to study in their mother tongue over the next three years. The move is seen as a means to foster better learning outcomes, remove language barriers, and leverage India's multilingual nature for socio-cultural, economic, and educational development. The directives apply to educational regulators, institutions, and state schools and universities, reflecting a comprehensive effort to promote multilingualism across all levels of education. Creating educational content in local languages is viewed as a means to enhance this multilingual asset and contribute to the advancement of 'Viksit Bharat' (developed India) by 2047, in line with the government'svision for the country's overall progress. The initiative is expected to make education more accessible and inclusive, catering to the diverse linguistic landscape of India.