It is the responsibility of all of us to save the Kumaoni dialect

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Bhimtal (Nainital). Dr. Padmashree Yashodhar Mathpal said that ‘Hum sabai longanaiki pachyan hamari kumaoni boli bati chu. Today our Kumaoni dialect touches on endangered linguistic existence. Humuli ye par dhyan ni dyot yo extint hai jali.
On Monday he addressed the Apun Boli, Apun Pachyyan Kumaoni Goshthi to Shri Siddhi Vinayak Barat Ghar. Earlier, he inaugurated the seminar by lighting a lamp. The children of Shishu Mandir school welcomed the guests with the Saraswati song.
At the seminar, Hayat Singh Rawat, editor of Paharu Patrika, said that the two Kumaoni-Garhwali languages ​​will have to receive the status of eighth language. BJP leader Pushkar Singh Mehra said “Hum Saboon Kai Kumaoni Bhasha Bachuank Liji Thul-Thul Goshthi Karan Padal.” Government language can be introduced in the eighth program Naiki Liji Prayas Karan Chanch. ‘
The head of the block, Dr Harish Bisht, said the Kumaoni language can be saved if everyone comes together. JIP members Anil Chanautia, Dayal Arya, Chandan Bisht, Kripal Mehra, Dheeraj Joshi, Bachi Singh Bisht, Puran Brijwasi, Lokesh Verma, DK Sharma said that for the next generation to have knowledge of the Kumaoni language, everyone should know the kumaoni language. You need to move forward to save. Social worker Prem Kulyal, who runs the program, said that to save the Kumaoni language, each person will have to start the initiative from home. Rajendra Pandey made a beautiful presentation of Girda’s songs at the seminar. During this, Vinod Kumar Joshi, KD Bhardwaj, Radha Kulyal, Anita Prakash, Bina Deodi, Uma Padalani, Pushpa Melkani, etc. were present.
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If information is to be given to the next generation about the Kumaoni language, then all people will have to speak to each other in the Kumaoni language.
Jaya Bohra, head of the village
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We should not be ashamed to speak Kumaoni, but we should be proud. This language introduces us to our culture.
Radha Kulyal, head of the village
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To save the Kumaoni language, more and more people will have to give it wide publicity. In the new generation, a link to the Kumaoni dialect must be created.
Namita Suyal, organizer of the Kumaoni seminar
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Every member of the family must speak Kumaoni so that Kumaoni can expand into society. For this we must all present ourselves.
Dr. Manju Pandey, literate
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The Kumaoni language must be preserved in modern times. I also wrote a book to connect the younger generation with Kumaoni.
– Hema Herbola, retired teacher

Bhimtal (Nainital). Dr. Padmashree Yashodhar Mathpal said that ‘Hum sabai longanaiki pachyan hamari kumaoni boli bati chu. Today our Kumaoni dialect touches on endangered linguistic existence. Humuli ye par dhyan ni dyot yo extint hai jali.

On Monday he addressed the Apun Boli, Apun Pachyyan Kumaoni Goshthi to Shri Siddhi Vinayak Barat Ghar. Earlier, he inaugurated the seminar by lighting a lamp. The children of Shishu Mandir school welcomed the guests with the Saraswati song.

At the seminar, Hayat Singh Rawat, editor of Paharu Patrika, said that the two Kumaoni-Garhwali languages ​​will have to receive the status of eighth language. BJP leader Pushkar Singh Mehra said “Hum Saboon Kai Kumaoni Bhasha Bachuank Liji Thul-Thul Goshthi Karan Padal.” Government language can be introduced in the eighth program Naiki Liji Prayas Karan Chanch. ‘

The head of the block, Dr Harish Bisht, said the Kumaoni language can be saved if everyone comes together. JIP members Anil Chanautia, Dayal Arya, Chandan Bisht, Kripal Mehra, Dheeraj Joshi, Bachi Singh Bisht, Puran Brijwasi, Lokesh Verma, DK Sharma said that for the next generation to have knowledge of the Kumaoni language, everyone should know the kumaoni language. You need to move forward to save. Social worker Prem Kulyal, who runs the program, said that to save the Kumaoni language, each person will have to start the initiative from home. Rajendra Pandey made a beautiful presentation of Girda’s songs at the seminar. During this, Vinod Kumar Joshi, KD Bhardwaj, Radha Kulyal, Anita Prakash, Bina Deodi, Uma Padalani, Pushpa Melkani, etc. were present.

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If information is to be given to the next generation about the Kumaoni language, then all people will have to speak to each other in the Kumaoni language.

Jaya Bohra, head of the village

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We should not be ashamed to speak Kumaoni, but we should be proud. This language introduces us to our culture.

Radha Kulyal, head of the village

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To save the Kumaoni language, more and more people will have to give it wide publicity. In the new generation, a link to the Kumaoni dialect must be created.

Namita Suyal, organizer of the Kumaoni seminar

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Every member of the family must speak Kumaoni so that Kumaoni can expand into society. For this we must all present ourselves.

Dr. Manju Pandey, literate

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The Kumaoni language must be preserved in modern times. I also wrote a book to connect the younger generation with Kumaoni.

– Hema Herbola, retired teacher

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