Rajbhasha has special significance: Mandali

Rajbhasha has special significance: Mandali
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Deputy Assembly Speaker Mandali Buddha Prasad on Thursday said that students should learn Hindi, which is a Rajbhasha, to uphold the unity and integrity of the nation.

Deputy Assembly Speaker Mandali Buddha Prasad on Thursday said that students should learn Hindi, which is a Rajbhasha, to uphold the unity and integrity of the nation.

Speaking at the inaugural function of a two-day national seminar being organised by the Department of Hindi of SDM Siddhartha Mahila Kalasala on `Bhumandalikaran - Hindi Katha Sahitya’ (Globalisation - Hindi Literature), he said, “Rajbhasha has a special significance in our country. Hindi is the most spoken language across the nation for its prevalence since historic times. On par with Telugu, Hindi has to be learnt and promoted extensively in South India. The promotion of Rajbhasha extensively will also help uphold our rich culture and heritage.”

Vijayawada Divisional Railway Manager Pradeep Kumar appreciated the initiative of the Hindi Department in organising a seminar on a more relevant topic.

“The Rajbhasha is now being promoted in a big way in southern States. Students are fortunate to have an opportunity to learn the language as part of their curriculum. In South Central Railway, we are organising several programmes to encourage employees to learn Hindi and promote the Rajbhasha,’’ he said.

Prof Sarraju of Central University delivered the keynote address at the seminar. Prof Narayana of Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachara Sabaha, Madras, assistant professor Nageswara Rao of Kanchi Deemed University, Prof Jagadish Chandra Sitara of Kakatiya University, Venna Vallabha Rao, retired head of the Department of Hindi, Andhra Loyola College, and others participated in the seminar.

Siddhartha Academy of General and Technical Education president N Venkateswarlu, college principal T Vijaya Lakshmi, Hindi Department head Rama Lakshmi and others were present. About 90 delegates, students and research scholars are taking part in the two-day national seminar.

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