Jamshedpur, September 15: Hindi Diwas was celebrated at the media centre of District Public Relation Office on Wednesday.
At the event several authors of the city presented their compositions and pledged to work for the development of Hindi language. On the occasion 9 writers who had written their compositions in different genres of Hindi were felicitated.
The programme was hosted by district public relation officer Sanjay Kumar in presence of district education officer (DEO) Rajkumar Prasad Singh, district superintendent of education (DSE) Banke Bihari Singh also lauded the efforts of the authors in preserving of the Hindi language.
Addressing the gathering, DEO Rajkumar Prasad Singh, said we should bring Hindi in our behavior. DSE Banke Bihari Singh, said Hindi is unifying force which can bring the country as one.
Also present at the function, Narmadeshwar Pandey, general secretary of Singhbhum Zila Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, said the way we give respect to our national symbols, the same way we should respect our national language Hindi.
The writers who were felicitated include 90-year-old Dr. Surendra Prasad, Sheshnath Singh Sharad, Arvind Vidrohi, Dr. Vijay Kumar Shukla, Uma Singh, Saroj Kumar Singh Madhup and Chandradeep Pandey.
Young author Barun Prabhat who has written a story ‘Kabutri’ against the inequality and theatre artist Ravikant Mishra wrote a story ‘Tata-Pari’ on ‘beti bachao, beti padhao’ were awarded certificates.
On the occasion Rakesh Pandey, Goutam Gope, Bhavishya Sharma, Anup Kundu and others were present.