Solan, September 19
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Ancient Indian Wisdom, Shoolini University, hosted Hindi Kavi Sammelan to commemorate Hindi Diwas.
The event was organized to commemorate Hindi Diwas. Hindi Diwas is celebrated in India to commemorate the date of September 14 for the languages that were to have official status in the Republic of India. The event was attended by Assistant Professor Hindi Dr. Prakash Chand, Kavita and Palak, Dr. Siddharth, Dr. Ekta Singh, Dr. Diwakar Sharma, Prof. Nassar, Chain, Indu, Ivan, and Sidhartha and Professor Tejnath Dhar who took the opportunity to emphasize the significance of Hindi literature and its role in nurturing young talents.
The event witnessed participation from the university’s faculty, non-teaching staff, and students. Poets, including Manju Sharma, Saloni, Swarnim Suprakash, Priyanka Thakur, Mansi Priyadarshi, Seema Bisht, Pihu Jadon, Saloni Verma, Nyasa Tiriya, Shreya, Harshit Raj, Manas (Mridul) Pathak, Janvi, Hemant Kumar Sharma (Assistant Professor English) , Kalash Dhanta, Aditi, Kavita, Shri Kamal Gautam, Dr. Ekta Singh (Assistant Professor of History), Dr. Namita Gandotra, Dr. DD Sharma, Aditya Rohila, Kaustubhi Shastri, and Pooja Kumari, captivated the audience with their soul-stirring verses.
In her closing remarks, Dr. Purnima Bali, Head of Chitrakoot School of Liberal Arts and Ancient Indian Wisdom, highlighted the importance of the Hindi language. Participation certificates and mementos were presented to all the participants, acknowledging their outstanding contributions to the event’s success.