Please compare the history of Irish language with our mother tongue Rajasthani.
Following is written in Wikipedia about Irish language :
"From the eighteenth century the language went into a decline, rapidly losing ground to English due in part to restrictions dictated by British rule - a conspicuous example of the process known by linguists as language shift। In the mid-nineteenth century it lost a large portion of its speakers to death and emigration resulting from poverty, particularly in the wake of the Great Famine (1845–1849)."
Now we can note some similarities:
1) Official work/Schooling in Rajasthan is not allowed in Rajasthani language
. So, we are forced to use Hindi.
2) If you get a degree in Rajasthani, you will get no job.
Means, Rajasthani speakers will remain poor।
3) It took 100-150 years to wipe out Irish language completely. So, after 30-40 years there will be very few Rajasthani speakers. Unfortunately, we already lost our mahajani script in last sixty years.
Can we learn something from History ?