Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Hindi is most organised language amongst all developed languages - KK Yadav

A programme was organized in Postmaster General Office, Allahabad Region on the occasion of Hindi fortnight on 15 Sept. 2014. On this occasion Postmaster General, Mr. M E Haque said that Hindi is our mother tongue and one should not connect it with Pakhwara only. He addressed the officers and the employees and urged to encourage Hindi in government work whole heartedly so that the status of national language could reflect in true spirit.

Addressing on the occasion Mr Krishna Kumar Yadav, Director Postal Services, Allahabad Region, said that Hindi is the most organized language in all the developed language of the world and the Devanagari script is the most scientific script. He said that Hindi emerged as tool, bridging the communication gap across the country and acting as an introducer to our literature, culture and social pride. In this era of Digital Revolution Hindi is rising with leaps and bounds. Today’s tech-savvy generation has accepted Hindi for all such purposes. Mr. Yadav further said that Hindi is inherited with the great vocabulary of Sanskrit and also have a virtue of new word creation.  It accepts words from all dialects and foreign languages. This is the reason behind 2 lakh 50 thousand words in Hindi vocabulary against 10,000 words in that of English added Mr. Yadav.

Mr T.B. Singh, Asstt. Director (Official Language) said that the Hindi is a linking language for the country and it should be adapted vastly in official working.

On this occasion S/Sri L S Mishra, Radhey Shyam Pandey and Vibhu Kumar present their   Hindi poetry, whereas S/Sri Ram Shukla, M S Kushwaha and Vikram Singh expressed their views about Hindi.

The programme was conducted by Sri Madhusudan Mishra and vote of thanks was given by Sr Postmaster Allahabad Head Post Office Sri O B Singh. On this occasion S/Sri, R L Yadav, Ashish Srivastava, Akhilesh Verma, Brijesh Kumar Sharma, Sri Ram Shukla, Vineet Tanon, Rajendra Yadav, Ravi Shanker Mishra and many officers and employees were present.

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