Hindi Pakhwada concludes

ITANAGAR, Sep 22: Hindi Pakhwada celebration by Arunachal Hindi Sansthan concluded with an impressive closing ceremony at Siddhartha Hall here on Thursday.
All the speakers on the occasion underscored the importance of Hindi as a means of communication among people of Arunachal Pradesh.
Dr. Vrisabh Jain of Bharatiya Bhasha Manch, New Delhi spoke on the role of NGOs in preservation of folk songs, folklores, dialects etc. He also said NGOs can play a better role in the society by imparting knowledge and skills to the youth.
Advisor to Chief Minister Tai Tagak said Hindi has become very popular among the people of Arunachal, where every villager even the illiterate one can speak Hindi.
RD and Panchayati Raj Minister Alo Libang conveyed the message of the chief minister, who was supposed to attend the closing ceremony, but had to cancel due to some ‘urgent work’.
RGU faculty Dr. AK Yadav enlightened the variations of meaning due to pronunciation.
AHS to organise ‘Varnamala Shuddhikaran Abhiyan’ in entire districts in the next 6 months, said Chairman Takam Sonia.
A documentary on use of Hindi and its importance, developed by AHS was screened. Prize were also distributed the winners of various literary competitions.
Large number of students from various schools in Capital Complex Schools, Hindi teachers attended the function.