Hindi Hain Hum : Workshop At Bijnor Public School

Students present in the program of Amar Ujala Foundation in Bijnor Public School Hindi Hai Hum
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We are Hindi: Hindi is not a subject, but a medium to express emotion
Bijnor. Under the program Hindi Hai Hum of Amar Ujala Foundation, a workshop was organized at Bijnor Public School, Bijnor. In the program, it was said to adopt Hindi and use Hindi more and more. In the program, poets recited their poems and girls also recited self-composed poems.
The workshop organized by Amar Ujala at Bijnor Public School was inaugurated by Principal Vikas Tyagi. On this occasion, he said that Hindi should be used more and more. Hindi is our mother tongue, but sometimes we ignore Hindi. We have to adopt Hindi then only Hindi will be able to move forward. Sanjeev Sharma Ekal, the famous poet of the district, tied the knot with his poems in the program. He read, ‘Ek day in a year give respect and Hindi se chahte bahut bhaiye maan, Hindi keeps Urdu the same, keeps the same statement. He called upon the children to join Hindi. Vivek Librarian President Shiv Kumar Kashyap said that there is a need to connect students with Hindi. Stories and poems are a powerful medium for this.
He said that the stories narrated by grandmothers and grandmothers in olden times used to enhance the knowledge of the children as well as provide proper guidance. We need to return to poems and stories again. In the program, school student Sumaiya Nawaz recited a poem composed by the school. ‘I want to read, I do not want much, I just have to change all the old thinking of the society’. Sumaiya Nawaz’s poetry was very much liked. While addressing the program, Hindi teacher Chetna Bhatnagar said that Hindi is the third largest language spoken in the whole world.
Along with Hindi language imparts culture. Today some people feel ashamed to speak Hindi whereas today the flag of Hindi is waving all over the world. Teacher Vidyotma Singh threw light on the history of Hindi and described Hindi as a complete scientific language. He said that Hindi has become the need of the market today. The spread of Hindi is increasing in every state of India as well as Hindi is being spoken and read all over the world. At the end of the program, poets Sanjeev Sharma Ekal and Shiv Kumar Kashyap were honored by the school management and Principal Vikas Tyagi.

We are Hindi: Hindi is not a subject, but a medium to express emotion

Bijnor. Under the program Hindi Hai Hum of Amar Ujala Foundation, a workshop was organized at Bijnor Public School, Bijnor. In the program, it was said to adopt Hindi and use Hindi more and more. In the program, poets recited their poems and girls also recited self-composed poems.

The workshop organized by Amar Ujala at Bijnor Public School was inaugurated by Principal Vikas Tyagi. On this occasion, he said that Hindi should be used more and more. Hindi is our mother tongue, but sometimes we ignore Hindi. We have to adopt Hindi then only Hindi will be able to move forward. The famous poet of the district, Sanjeev Sharma Ekal tied the knot with his poems in the program. He read, ‘Ek day in a year give respect and Hindi se chahte bahut baadye maan, Hindi keeps Urdu the same, keeps the same statement. He called upon the children to join Hindi. Vivek Librarian President Shiv Kumar Kashyap said that there is a need to connect students with Hindi. Stories and poems are a powerful medium for this.

He said that the stories narrated by grandmothers and grandmothers in olden times used to enhance the knowledge of the children as well as provide proper guidance. We need to return to poems and stories again. In the program, school student Sumaiya Nawaz recited a self-composed poem. ‘I want to read, I do not want much, I just have to change all the old thinking of the society’. Sumaiya Nawaz’s poetry was very much liked. While addressing the program, Hindi teacher Chetna Bhatnagar said that Hindi is the third largest language spoken in the whole world.

Along with Hindi language imparts culture. Today some people feel ashamed to speak Hindi whereas today the flag of Hindi is waving all over the world. Teacher Vidyotma Singh threw light on the history of Hindi and described Hindi as a complete scientific language. He said that Hindi has become the need of the market today. The spread of Hindi is increasing in every state of India as well as Hindi is being spoken and read all over the world. At the end of the program, poets Sanjeev Sharma Ekal and Shiv Kumar Kashyap were honored by the school management and Principal Vikas Tyagi.

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