Hindi Hain Hum – Hindi Hain Hum : …can we do anything without Hindi

Students present in poetry competition. Amar Ujala
– Photo : CITY OFFICE

Hindi is embedded in every particle of Indian culture. It is enriching day by day, as the new generation has taken up the task of cultivating the mother tongue. By reciting poems written in different genres, the students of class 9 and 10 gave the same message that the day of mother language Hindi will be multi-faceted. On Friday, under the banner of Amar Ujala Foundation, Hindi Hai Hum Abhiyan, students recited poetry at Vishwa Bharti Public School. Hearing his poetry recitation, fellow students present in the auditorium encouraged him.
In a program organized in the school auditorium on Friday, students told the importance of Hindi through poetry. Akshita Singh, a class 9 student
‘Hindi Diwas is celebrated every day, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Bihari are only part of Hindi, are they able to do anything without Hindi’?
Anjali Sharma, a class 10 student, told the importance of trees in her poem. Said- ‘trees make life happy, they remove pollution, trees save us from floods, let’s go plant all trees, trees spreading greenery’.
Sonakshi, a class 10 student, told the importance of books in life through poetry. Said- ‘Books want to say something, want to be with you, hum the waterfalls in books, tell tales of fairies, there is a secret of science in books, there is a lot of geography in books’.
Prachi Johri, a class 10 student, recited the poem ‘Mandir-mosque, Church ne divided God ko, Earth divided ocean, don’t distribute humans’, a poem focused on communal harmony.
Aditi Singh, a student of class 10, recited, ‘Whenever we hardworking people step forward together, the ocean leaves the way, the mountain bows its head, the chest is steel, our arms are steely, if we want, we can create it in the rocks’.
Harshit Gaur, a class 10 student, wrote a poem on mother ‘How much this world hurts your son, what world are you lost in mother’ is’ ​​heard.
Apart from this, Tripti Pachauri, a class 10 student, narrated ‘Know a daughter in so many forms we found, mother, daughter, wife, sister all things are in great beauty’.
I congratulate Amar Ujala for getting the children to participate in the Hindi Hain Hum campaign. Hindi language is the symbol of our culture. Everyone caress and cuddles Hindi, because it is our mother tongue. – Sunita Singh, Principal, Vishwa Bharti Public School
The enthusiasm with which the children have recited poetry in the school is commendable. The thoughts that came out of the children are certainly a part of the tide of thoughts rising in their mind. – Manoj Jadoun, Director, Vishwa Bharti Public School

Trupti Pachauri reciting poetry in poetry competition.– Photo : CITY OFFICE

Hindi is embedded in every particle of Indian culture. It is enriching day by day, as the new generation has taken up the task of cultivating the mother tongue. By reciting poems written in different genres, the students of class 9 and 10 gave the same message that the day of mother language Hindi will be multi-faceted. On Friday, under the banner of Amar Ujala Foundation, Hindi Hai Hum Abhiyan, students recited poetry at Vishwa Bharti Public School. Hearing his poetry recitation, fellow students present in the auditorium encouraged him.

In a program organized in the school auditorium on Friday, students told the importance of Hindi through poetry. Akshita Singh, a class 9 student

‘Hindi Diwas is celebrated every day, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Bihari are only part of Hindi, are they able to do anything without Hindi’?

Anjali Sharma, a class 10 student, told the importance of trees in her poem. Said- ‘trees make life happy, they remove pollution, trees save us from floods, let’s go plant all trees, trees spreading greenery’.

Sonakshi, a class 10 student, told the importance of books in life through poetry. Said- ‘Books want to say something, want to be with you, hum the waterfalls in books, tell tales of fairies, there is a secret of science in books, there is a lot of geography in books’.

Prachi Johri, a class 10 student, recited the poem ‘Mandir-mosque, Church ne divided God ko, Earth divided ocean, don’t distribute humans’, a poem focused on communal harmony.

Aditi Singh, a student of class 10, said, ‘Whenever we hardworking people step forward together, the ocean leaves the way, the mountain bows its head, the chest is steel, our arms are steely, if we want, we can create it in the rocks’.

Harshit Gaur, a student of class 10, wrote a poem on mother ‘How much this world hurts your son, in which world are you a mother, now my voice does not reach you, I swear I miss you a lot’ is’ ​​heard.

Apart from this, Tripti Pachauri, a class 10 student, narrated ‘Know a daughter in so many forms we found, mother, daughter, wife, sister all things are in great beauty’.

I congratulate Amar Ujala for getting the children to participate in the Hindi Hain Hum campaign. Hindi language is the symbol of our culture. Everyone caress and cuddles Hindi, because it is our mother tongue. – Sunita Singh, Principal, Vishwa Bharti Public School

The enthusiasm with which the children have recited poetry in the school is commendable. The thoughts that came out of the children are certainly a part of the tide of thoughts rising in their mind. – Manoj Jadoun, Director, Vishwa Bharti Public School

Trupti Pachauri reciting poetry in poetry competition.

Trupti Pachauri reciting poetry in poetry competition.– Photo : CITY OFFICE

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