SEPTEMBER 14, 2021
India is a land of a unique culture with vibrant colours, rich traditions, beautiful landscapes, and a variety of languages. Each state has its own regional language, with even more different languages in the remote and tribal areas.
Our national language Hindi, is written in the Devanagiri script and includes a large number of dialects. Our country has a maximum number of Hindi-speaking regions and stands as fourth in the world after English, Spanish and Mandarin.
On September 14th, in the year 1949, Hindi was adopted as the country’s official language by the Constituent Assembly of India.
Hindi is one of the two official languages of the Union government — the other being English. It is said that owing to the efforts of Beohar Rajendra Simha, along with Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Kaka Kalelkar, Maithili Sharan Gupt and Seth Govind Das, Hindi was recognised as one of the two official languages.
To showcase the importance of the day and the language, RKS has organised certain activities:
TOPIC : HINDI DIWAS
The activities are assigned as follows:
Classes I–IV: Select dohas of Kabirdas or Surdas and recite them. Minimum
number of dohas to be recited in the video is 3 and maximum number
is 8. Make a video of the same.
Classes V–VIII: Search about the various dialects of Hindi Language and mark them
on the map of India according to where they are spoken.
Classes IX–XII: Write in about 120-150 words about any luminary of Hindi Literature OR
Write a poem on any topic of your choice. Minimum number of stanzas in the poem should be 4. The poem would be judged on the basis of originality, rhyme scheme and content.
The best entries would be uploaded on the school website.
NOTE:ALL THE ACTIVITIES ARE TO BE DONE IN HINDI LANGUAGE ONLY.
Below is the link where the different activities are to be uploaded.
Last date of submission: September 20. 2021.
Activity Club Incharge