In a very small but very effective approach the Arunachal Hindi Sansthan organized Hindi diwas samaapan samaroh on Thursday at Sidhartha Hall Itanagar. Hindi being the national language the programme highlighted the importance of day. The reach of Hindi language to the nook and corner of the state was the point of discussion.
Minister RD & Panchyati Raj, Alo Libang, stressed on good quality education to the students of various institutions. Hindi being the national language every citizen of the state should understand and speak for better communication people, said Alo Libang. The chief minister could not make to the programme as he is busy, he added.
He appreciated the organizers and Hindi sansthan in their endeavour in promoting Hindi in the state where it is being understand by all tribes and even in rural area it is commonly spoken which show the sign of real patriotism.
Attending the programme Tai Tagak Advisor to Chief Minister said today Hindi has become very common to the people of state. Every villager even the uneducated speaks Hindi. The only difference is the purity in pronunciation of hindi words but yet people communicate. The basic need is quality education, exposure and the simplicity of learning more and more by your mistakes. One should not feel ashamed of pronouncing wrong words instead speak it up. This practice will bring a change, he added.
Vrishb Jain a pioneer from Bharatiya Bhasha Manc, Delhi said that there are yet many areas of to be touched and rectify when it comes to Hindi speaking. The fact that we can’t deny is the way of speaking Hindi varies from state to a district. There is always a problem of pronunciation as we learn from parents and society. It’s not surprising to see people speaking fluent Hindi here at Itanagar. Hindi has been like the mother language to all and people maintain it seriously being a patriotic Indian, he added.
Various NGOs and organization providing tuitions, campaigns, literary activities to boost hindi language. Work for educating others not for money. When you work hard obviously money will come in anyways. The day is not far when the state will have its own script with most of the words derived from Devnagri script. This is because most of the words in devnagri are much co related and pronunciation of it, Jain said.
AHS Takam Sonia in his address said that the NGO have been doing is effort for promotion of Hindi in state and opportunities of Hindi in state which have employment opportunities also. He said that we have launched the campaign of ‘Hindi Barnmala sudhikaran campaign’ for last one year which stared in capital complex and would complete its campaign in all government school in all 21 district of state in next six month and sought to support of public and government
Ajay Tamang a MBA from London and presently working as software engineer said there is vast differences when it comes to pronunciation and thus we are working on developing animated designs to teach the student in it.
RGU faculty Dr. A.K Yadav highlighted the gathering the importance of the day. While he also spoke the variation and ultimate meaning of what people pronounce differ from meaning as well.
Young Poet Taro Sindik read out his poem ‘Binti”, A drama ‘Lapia’ was shown on the occasion.
Drama book lapya was released on this day when some actors performed dram on said book. Prizes were distributed to the students for their quality performance on debate and essay writing competition that was held days before the programme. Students from various colleges, schools, teachers, professors and parents were present during the programme.
Students of various schools of capital complex given away with the prizes for participating in various accadmic activities carried by the NHO recently.
Large numbers of students from various school of capital complex, teaching faculty in Hindi of various schools and RGU attended the function
Later a documentary on use of Hindi and its importance prepared by Arunachal Hindi Sansthan was screened which was liked by all.