Developing one’s own language is the key to every development.
Without the knowledge of the language, it is difficult to overcome the pain of mind.
Adopting this sentiment, our mother tongue ‘Hindi’ was recognized as the official language on 14th September, 1949 as the official language. Hindi language is a simple and liberal language spoken in India. Hindi language is a symbol of unity of India.
Hindi is one of the few languages in the world in which, what is written is spoken as it is. Hindi is not the national language, but it is the official language. It does the work of tying the vast area of the country in one thread. Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose used to say the same.
Like every year on the occasion of ‘Hindi Divas’, Vidya Soudha Public School organized virtual celebration to mark the importance of our National Language. To make this program successful our Principal Mrs Padmashree along with the Hindi teachers and other subject teachers were present and gave their full support. The ceremony started with the morning prayer.
Subsequently, students from class 1 to 5 took part in various competitions and made the event memorable.
The students of class I and II participated in “Poem Recitation”. Students recited poem in Hindi on various topics.
The students of class 3 participated in “Story Telling” competition. Students narrated stories in Hindi on interesting topics.
The students of class 4 and 5 expressed their views in “Speech Competition”, the subject of which was “India of my dreams”.
The students of class 4 & 5 also participated vigorously in the “Quiz Competition” based on ‘Hindi Bhasha ka Gyaan’.
Students of class 1 to 5 also showed enthusiasm in the “Handwriting Competition”.
At the end of the ceremony, our Principal Mrs.Padmashree M congratulated the children for their love and interest in Hindi language and urged the students to take interest in Hindi language. She also gave brief information on how and why Hindi got national language status to students. Language and culture of any country plays an important role in making people – to connect with the people and helps in making the strong nation.
The students contributed to the successful completion of Hindi Divas by giving their commendable presence. In taking this program to the pinnacle of success, Honourable Principal and teachers of the school also played their important role to make the auspicious ceremony of Hindi Day successful.
Kanika Jain u
We all give respect. Be proud of your language. Dot of the forehead of India. Hindi should become the soul of the public.