Hindi Divas was celebrated by the department of Hindi on Monday, 7th September 2015, to mark the significance of India’s official language, Hindi that took its shape and form on 14th September 1949, when it was adopted by the Constituent assembly. The Primary section of ISD celebrated this day with great pomp and grandeur that paved the way for the little ones to rekindle their love for their ‘National Language’. The students showcased a variety entertainment programme which included speech, action songs, group song, Meera bai bhajan, skit, Antakshari, and tongue twisters that added colour and vigour to the programme.
Mrs. Leena Francis (Vice Principal, Primary Section) recited the Kabir Das’ Dohey and urged the students to be punctual in their work. Principal, Dr. Sridevi P.Thashnath, in her speech expressed her happiness in the well conduct of the whole programme and appreciated the sincere efforts of the teachers. She mentioned that the highlight of the day was the ‘Gurukula’, where the students depicted the ancient ‘Guru- Shishya relation and how the students tried to satisfy their ‘Guru’ by doing their best. Principal also exhorted the students and inspired them to learn the language and speak well in Hindi since it is our ‘Rashtra Bhasha’.