Tai Tagak and Takam Sonia of Arunachal Pradesh honoured honoured with Vishwa Hindi Parishad Raj Bhasha Award on on the occasion of two days International conference of World Hindi Council .
Social worker Tai Tagak and President, Arunachal Hindi Sansthan, Takam Sonia honoured with Vishwa Hindi Parishad Raj Bhasha Award for their contributions towards the promotion of Hindi language in north Eastern parts of the country, on the occasion of International conference of World Hindi Council at held at New Delhi on Saturday.
The International conference of World Hindi Council (Vishwa Hindi Parishad) in commemorating 150th Jayanti of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi was held at NDMC convention centre, New Delhi, on Sept. 13 – 14, 2019 organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Home Affairs, Raj Bhasa Vibhag, Govt. of India.
In the opening function of the two day conference was attended by Mridula Sinha, Governor of Goa as Chief Guest, Union Ministers Dr. Jitendra Singh MoS to PMO & Minister of DoNER as Guest of Honour, and Arjun Ram Megwal, MoS of Parl. Affairs, Heavy Industries, & Public Enterprises as Special Guest.
Scholars, Academicians, Writers and poets, historians, Rajbhasha lovers, students, Press, Teachers, Professors across the world besides representatives from govt and non-govt organizations, Social – cultural, educational, and political key functionaries etc. who are associated with promotion of Raj Bhasha and Matru bhashas without hurting others, strengthen the bond of national unity and integration with a common national language which bridges communication is the identity of a nation.
The Conference has called for diffusion of importance and values in our matri bhasha its significance and dedicate towards its expanse, propagate with more simplification of learning Rajbhasha working towards the important role accomplished by father of nation Mahatma Gandhi in getting Hindi as Rajbhasha with the Constituent Assembly resolved unanimously adopted resolution on Sept. 14, 1949 and thereby the govt. of India celebrating Hindi Diwas since 1950 through various events and today Hindi is the World 4th popular language in of nations and more and united efforts are needed in the field.
The Simplicity, Spontaneity and Decency of the language give meaning to the expression. Hindi has incorporated these aspects beautifully.
Two day hectic deliberations dwelt into the efforts and ideals of Gandhi and his endeavour towards Hindi to be Rashtra Bhasha of Independent India, which official recognition awaited even after over 70 years of Independence.
In the closing function Union Minister Gen. Retd. VK Singh MoS, Road Transports and Highways attended as Chief Guest.
Chief Guest VK Singh hailed the efforts of the language luminaries and Rajbhasha lovers historians attending in their determined untiring efforts in the activities of promotion of Rajbhasha across the world over which are visibly seen and felt and need be strengthened conducive space with others.