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Hindi Diwas celebrated at Desh Bhagat University

September 15, 2021 10:26 AM

Sri Fatehgarh Sahib, September 15 (Ravinder Singh Dhindsa) : The Literary Club of Desh Bhagat University in collaboration with Department of Hindi celebrated Hindi Divas on 14 September 2021 to pay tribute to the National Tongue of our nation. Being one of the most diverse nations in the world, India is a place where numerous traditions, customs, religions and languages flourish. Among all the languages, Hindi is considered as chief as well as widely spoken language of India, and enjoys the status of Rashra Bhasha. In today’s highly commercialised environment, where people are forgetting their roots, the celebration of Hindi Divas stands as a patriotic reminder to Indian population of their common roots and unity.
To give honour to this great language of our nation, Department of Hindi and Literary Club organised a speech activity to mark the importance of our national language. Dr. Ajaypal Singh, Head Department of Hindi, and Miss Amritpal Kaur, Assistant Professor in Hindi organised and hosted the event.
Dr Zora Singh,  Chancellor of the University blessed everyone on the occasion. He shared a few interesting facts related to this language and highlighted its significance in connecting the citizens of India. He apprised the students that this rich language is the base of many other languages of the nation.
Dr. Tajinder Kaur,  Pro Chancellor of the University added that Hindi is one of the oldest and the most influential languages in the world and we should take pride in speaking our mother tongue. Dr. Shalini Gupta, Respected Vice Chancellor in her address admired the efforts of the department in organising the event. She urged the youth of India to come forward and join hands in promoting Hindi Language and stay connected for the progress of this language.
Dr. Devinder Kumar, Director School of Education and Head Department of Languages stressed the need to learn presentable Regional, National and International languages

 

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