Hindi Diwas, celebrated on September 14th each year, holds a special place in the heart of every Indian. It marks the day when the Constituent Assembly of India recognised Hindi as one of the countries’ official languages in 1949. This observance not only pays homage to the linguistic diversity of India but also celebrates the unifying power of Hindi.
On this special occasion, BGS International Residential School celebrated Hindi Diwas. It was delightful and heartwarming experience to see primary students reciting dohe from their innocent hearts. Nukkad Natak by the high school students was the main highlight showcasing the roots of the language, followed by Hasya Kavi Sammelan by the middle school students. It was a wonderful event where young poets showcase their talent and creativity through poetry recitations. It’s an opportunity for them to express their thoughts, emotions, and observations in the form of poetry. Students enhanced it by creative posters and promoted Hindi Diwas with the feeling of national integration that brings together linguistic communities
Such performances often leave a lasting impression and brings joy to the audience.