Hindi is a symbol of rites and culture

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Hindi is a symbol of rites and culture
Shamli. Hindi Diwas was celebrated with gusto in the city’s educational institutions on Wednesday. On this occasion, seminars and different competitions were organized in teaching institutions. Hindi was described as a symbol of rites and culture.
A special prayer meeting on Hindi Diwas was organized in the morning at BSM School. Students showed their love for Hindi by presenting their thoughts on Hindi language. Hindi department head Seema Sharma said the importance of Hindi. On this occasion, a poetry competition from Kindergarten to Class Three, a short story competition for students from Class Four to Class Eight and an essay competition for students from Class Nine to Class 12 were organized, giving information about eminent writers of Hindi. School president Suryaveer Singh and manager Chhaya Singh said Hindi is a symbol of culture and culture. Director Rahul Chaudhary said that Hindi is one of the oldest simple and rich languages ​​in the world.
Ashu Tyagi, Principal of Shamli Scottish International School and the teachers explained the promotion and importance of Hindi. Essay writing, poetry and slogan writing competitions in Hindi were organized on this occasion. The students also presented a short drama. Hindi teachers Rajeev Tomar and Upendra Gautam presented their composed poetry. All the teachers were present on this occasion.
The director, Dr. Satyendra Pal, started the program by lighting the lamp of the program organized on Hindi Diwas in the auditorium of RK PG College. The coordinator of the program, Dr. Charu Goyal, highlighted the importance of Hindi Diwas. Students enthusiastically participated in poetry and speech competitions. On this occasion were present Dr. RP Singh, Dr. KP Singh, Dr. Rajni Rani, Dr. Manoj Baliyan, Dr. Geeta Devi etc.
Speech, Song and Poetry Competition was organized at VV PG College on Hindi Diwas. The main teacher, Dr. Sudhir Kumar, motivated the students to increase their knowledge of Hindi language. Tanushree Dhiman, Khushi, Manvi, Sarwar, Sagar, Parvez etc. were present on this occasion.
At Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir High School, Shamli, students and teachers celebrated Hindi divas through songs, speeches and poems. Director Sanjay Saini and keynote speakers Acharya Pravesh Sharma, Savita Gupta, Sunil Kumar, Ravindra Kumar, Ashish Jain, Sudhir Kumar etc.
A calligraphy competition was organized for the students of Kindergarten to V classes on Hindi Diwas at Shri Satyanarayan Shishu Mandir Railway Road, Shamli. All the teachers were present on this occasion.
Essay, Debate, Poster and Speech Competition was organized at The Gold Public School, Kandhla. School President Krishna Pal, Principal Ajay Kumar, Coordinator Mahima Sharma explained the importance of Hindi.
It is important to understand the value of the mother tongue
Pritam Singh, the keynote speaker at Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, described Hindi as the scientific language of the world. Director Anand Prasad Sharma said that on this day Hindi was constitutionally granted the status of an official language of India. Hindi is our mother tongue and we must understand its value. Various programs on Hindi Diwas were organized at Rock Gold Public School, Shree Satyanarayan Inter College. At Hindu Girls Inter College Shamli, Principal Deepali Garg told the girls that Hindi is our national language. We should all respect that. Meena Kumari, Renuka Sharma, Indu Arya, Savita, Sankgeeta, Poonam, Madhubala, Anita etc were present on this occasion.

Girls participating in Hindi Divas program organized at VV Degree College, Shamli.– Photo: SHAMLI

Hindi is a symbol of rites and culture

Shamli. Hindi Diwas was celebrated with gusto in the city’s educational institutions on Wednesday. On this occasion, seminars and different competitions were organized in teaching institutions. Hindi was described as a symbol of rites and culture.

A special prayer meeting on Hindi Diwas was organized in the morning at BSM School. Students showed their love for Hindi by presenting their thoughts on Hindi language. Hindi department head Seema Sharma said the importance of Hindi. On this occasion, a poetry competition from Kindergarten to Class Three, a short story competition for students from Class Four to Class Eight and an essay competition for students from Class Nine to Class 12 were organized, giving information about eminent writers of Hindi. School president Suryaveer Singh and manager Chhaya Singh said Hindi is a symbol of culture and culture. Director Rahul Chaudhary said that Hindi is one of the oldest simple and rich languages ​​in the world.

Ashu Tyagi, Principal of Shamli Scottish International School and the teachers explained the promotion and importance of Hindi. Essay writing, poetry and slogan writing competitions in Hindi were organized on this occasion. The students also presented a short drama. Hindi teachers Rajeev Tomar and Upendra Gautam presented their composed poetry. All the teachers were present on this occasion.

The director, Dr. Satyendra Pal, started the program by lighting the lamp of the program organized on Hindi Diwas in the auditorium of RK PG College. The coordinator of the program, Dr. Charu Goyal, highlighted the importance of Hindi Diwas. Students enthusiastically participated in poetry and speech competitions. On this occasion were present Dr. RP Singh, Dr. KP Singh, Dr. Rajni Rani, Dr. Manoj Baliyan, Dr. Geeta Devi etc.

Speech, Song and Poetry Competition was organized at VV PG College on Hindi Diwas. The main teacher, Dr. Sudhir Kumar, motivated the students to increase their knowledge of Hindi language. Tanushree Dhiman, Khushi, Manvi, Sarwar, Sagar, Parvez etc. were present on this occasion.

At Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir High School, Shamli, students and teachers celebrated Hindi divas through songs, speeches and poems. Director Sanjay Saini and keynote speakers Acharya Pravesh Sharma, Savita Gupta, Sunil Kumar, Ravindra Kumar, Ashish Jain, Sudhir Kumar etc.

A calligraphy competition was organized for the students of Kindergarten to V classes on Hindi Diwas at Shri Satyanarayan Shishu Mandir Railway Road, Shamli. All the teachers were present on this occasion.

Essay, Debate, Poster and Speech Competition was organized at The Gold Public School, Kandhla. School President Krishna Pal, Principal Ajay Kumar, Coordinator Mahima Sharma explained the importance of Hindi.

It is important to understand the value of the mother tongue

Pritam Singh, the keynote speaker at Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, described Hindi as the scientific language of the world. Director Anand Prasad Sharma said that on this day Hindi was constitutionally granted the status of an official language of India. Hindi is our mother tongue and we must understand its value. Various programs on Hindi Diwas were organized at Rock Gold Public School, Shree Satyanarayan Inter College. At Hindu Girls Inter College Shamli, Principal Deepali Garg told the girls that Hindi is our national language. We should all respect that. Meena Kumari, Renuka Sharma, Indu Arya, Savita, Sankgeeta, Poonam, Madhubala, Anita etc were present on this occasion.

Girls participating in Hindi Divas program organized at VV Degree College, Shamli.

Girls participating in Hindi Divas program organized at VV Degree College, Shamli.– Photo: SHAMLI

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