Mangaluru: Mount Carmel pays fitting tribute to official language on Hindi Diwas

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Mangaluru, Sep 14: To commemorate and celebrate the popularity of Hindi language throughout the nation, Mount Carmel Central School, Mangaluru celebrated Hindi Diwas on September 14 in the school auditorium.

The programme commenced invoking God’s blessings. Students Christine, Kavish and Naflah accorded a heartfelt welcome to the chief guest Tr Anokimala, one of the Hindi teacher of the School. The cultural programme was an amalgamation of poems, songs and dances which showcased the richness of Hindi language. The significance of the day was well articulated by the students bringing out the culture, tradition and unity of the nation.

The chief guest Anokimala appreciated and applauded the students for a meaningful programme. In her message, she cited the need of studying Hindi language in schools. It was also heartening to hear her pay tribute to Hindi through a song which the students responded heartily.

The administrator Sr Carissima highlighting the importance of Hindi said that it has united us Indians with the nation and its culture. The winners of the competitions held on the occasion of 'Hindi Diwas’ were felicitated. Pranavi accorded a note of gratitude. The programme ended with a feeling of oneness for the national language, as the actors unitedly posed for a group photo.




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