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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: ishwar ashish
Updated Tue, 14 Sep 2021 04:30 PM IST

Summary

Today, on the occasion of Hindi Diwas, we are introducing to you some such Hindi servants who are working towards making Hindi popular in the new generation in different ways.

Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, Sharad Alok and Kumar Manoj.
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Hindi is not only a language, it is also our mother tongue. With the aim of making Hindi the language of the people and passing it on to the next generation, many Hindi servicemen are engaged in their own way. Some are giving a platform to the youth and some are encouraging them by honoring them to encourage Hindi servicemen. So someone living abroad is busy not only in promoting and disseminating Hindi, but is playing an important role in writing and speaking in Hindi to the Indians living there and in the new upliftment of Hindi literature.

These Hindi saviors believe that unless the mother tongue is made popular among the new generation, its development cannot be taken forward. They say that it is necessary to encourage those working in Hindi, as well as to establish it as a language of employment so that youth can be attracted towards it.

Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, active for two decades for the promotion of Hindi servicemen
Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, 70, is retired from the Legislative Assembly as Special Secretary and Finance Controller and has been a literary service for many decades. He has been active for the last two decades for the promotion of Hindi poets and litterateurs. He founded the State Employees Literary Sansthan about 21 years ago. This organization rewards state employees for their contribution to Hindi literature. 24 awards of one lakh rupees each are given by the organization. Apart from this, non-state employees are also rewarded by the organization. Till December 6, 2020, Dr. Awasthi was the General Secretary of the institution for twenty consecutive years. At the same time, the quarterly magazine Inevitable is also being published by the organization.

104 episodes of the poetry-based program Sahitya Sarita have been telecasted on Doordarshan. Apart from this, Dr. Awasthi’s book Kavi Pradeep’s contribution in Hindi literature has received 51 thousand award in 2010-11 and Sarjana Award from Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan. For his literary services, the Sahityakar Samman 2020 was given, while in 2021, an award of one lakh was given by the State Employees Institute. Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, who writes in both prose and verse, says that for the upliftment of Hindi, we all need to start an awareness campaign from our home and then in the whole society.

Kavi Kumar Manoj, originally a resident of Etawah himself has been active in Hindi poetry forums for many years. Apart from this, he is also working to promote young poets. Since last year, he established Prashasti Studio in Sarojininagar in the capital with the aim of giving platform to young poets.

In this studio, senior creators as well as newcomers get a lot of opportunity. Poetry festivals are organized for them, which are recorded in studios and then their videos are uploaded on YouTube. Kumar Manoj says that the number of subscribers of his YouTube channel has reached several lakhs. He said that for a long time I had a feeling that there is a lot of talent in young creators and it should be taken forward.

Senior litterateur Suresh Chandra Shukla, a resident of Lucknow, who has been editing Spile Darpan and Vishvala Patrika in Norway for the last 40 years, is working for the promotion of ‘Sharad Alok’ Hindi. He believes that in the last few years, the study of Hindi in foreign countries has increased and Hindi literature has also taken the path of development. Sharad Alok’s poetry collection ‘Lockdown’, published in the Corona period, was in the news a lot.

During this, he organized many events by gathering Hindi servants on the digital platform, which were discussed in the country and abroad. Sharad Alok, who has been active for many decades as a playwright, poet and writer, has been awarded prestigious awards of many states apart from Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan, while he translated Norwegian literature into Hindi and Hindi literature into Norwegian language. Has acted as a bridge between the literature of the countries. Sharad Alok says that the future of Hindi abroad is bright.

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Hindi is not only a language, it is also our mother tongue. With the aim of making Hindi the language of the people and passing it on to the next generation, many Hindi servicemen are engaged in their own way. Some are giving a platform to the youth and some are encouraging them by honoring them to encourage Hindi servicemen. So someone living abroad is not only busy in promoting and disseminating Hindi, but is also playing an important role in writing and speaking Hindi to the Indians living there and in the new upliftment of Hindi literature.

These Hindi saviors believe that unless the mother tongue is made popular among the new generation, its development cannot be taken forward. They say that it is necessary to encourage those working in Hindi, as well as to establish it as a language of employment so that youth can be attracted towards it.

Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, active for two decades for the promotion of Hindi servicemen

Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, 70, is retired from the Legislative Assembly as Special Secretary and Finance Controller and has been a literary service for many decades. He has been active for the last two decades for the promotion of Hindi poets and litterateurs. He founded the State Employees Literary Sansthan about 21 years ago. This organization rewards state employees for their contribution in Hindi literature. 24 awards of one lakh rupees each are given by the organization. Apart from this, non-state employees are also rewarded by the organization. Till December 6, 2020, Dr. Awasthi was the General Secretary of the institution for twenty consecutive years. At the same time, the quarterly magazine Inevitable is also being published by the organization.

104 episodes of the poetry-based program Sahitya Sarita have been telecasted on Doordarshan. Apart from this, Dr. Awasthi’s book Kavi Pradeep’s contribution in Hindi literature has received 51 thousand award in 2010-11 and Sarjana Award from Uttar Pradesh Hindi Sansthan. For his literary services, the Sahityakar Samman 2020 was given, while in 2021, an award of one lakh was given by the State Employees Institute. Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi, who writes in both prose and verse, says that for the upliftment of Hindi, we all need to start an awareness campaign from our home and then in the whole society.

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