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Flag Hoisted In Bihar Hindi Sahitya Sammelan

Flag Hoisted In Bihar Hindi Sahitya Sammelan
January 26, 2012

Patna Correspondent: Celebrating Republic Day, the national tri-color was hoisted in the Bihar Hindi Sahitya Sammelan premises in Kadamkuan by the president in-charge Haridwar Pandey followed by salute and national anthem.  In a brief address to the audience Mr. Haridwar Pandey stressed the need to recognize the importance of Hindi language. Founded in 1918, by a group of leaders with a mission to popularize Hindi across the world this Bihar Hindi Sahitya Sammelan is the 2nd of its kind in the world after the Prayag Hindi Sahitya Sammelan. India’s first president of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad was its patron and president in 1926. Rahul Sankrityayan, Ramdhari Singh Dinkar and Laxmi Narayan Sudhanshu are some of the great name associated with this heritage of Hindi language. Citing some examples which were as plain as a pikestaff, the 70 years old Prime minister of the BHSS underscores that Hindi being a language of International appeal has an inherent quality to observe other language in it. Similarly it gets easily intermingle with most of the language, be it English, Arabian or Urdu. Talking to our correspondent he said the world famous dictionary like Oxford and Webster’s has been taking few words from Hindi in every next edition and that’s why words like Ma, Pundits, Brahmin, Sadhu are now parts of English language. Talking to our correspondent the Prime Minister of BHSS says that Given the constitution of India has more than a hundred amendments, we actually needed a somewhat different rule of law to focus the specific need of a poor India. He recalls that the maker of constitution of India, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was not satisfied him self by the format of the constitution. At some point of time Dr. Ambedkar pointed out that English men are reluctant to give us freedom and if the constitution of India won’t address their concern the freedom may be delayed by another decade. It is well known that India got Independence in 1935 itself but the English greed kept the Indian leadership in dilemma on the ground of Indian’s inability to manage this big country. Our top leadership then in hurry had no option left and hence constitution of seven other countries were brought and tried to take the best part of all of them. He pointed out were there no constraints we would have Hindi all around. Due to some constitution taboo Hindi has to cripple to grow till now, which is unacceptable. Kundan Kumar, an active member of the working committee, of BHSS, a repository of Hindi language, expressed his resentment over government apathy towards this heritage of national and international importance. “this fund-crunch organization is running on its own and to manage finance to cater its daily need and other maintainence work we have to let a part of our building premises on rent”, said other member.