Committed to maximise use of Hindi in official works: CG Commander

Port Blair
5 Oct 2017

The Indian Coast Guard Headquarters at Port Blair organized a befitting function on to mark the culmination of Hindi Pakhwada celebrations. Inspector General K R Suresh, TM, Commander Coast Guard Andaman & Nicobar Region was the chief guest, while Dr. Vyas Mani Tripathi, HOD Hindi of Jawaharlal Nehru College and Dr. Laxmi, HOD Hindi of Andaman College were the guests of honor on the occasion.
In his address, the Coast Guard Commander spoke about the history and present state of Hindi language in the country. The flag officer also intimated the gathering that non Hindi speaking personnel in Coast Guard have come a long way and have won prizes competing with those belonging to Hindi speaking areas. The Coast Guard Commander further added that every unit of Coast Guard in Andaman and Nicobar Region has been putting their best efforts to maximize office and personal works in Hindi and the results have been very encouraging.
Dr. Vyas Mani Tripathi compared Hindi with the ancient mythological history of India besides his knowledgeable comments on Hindi language during British occupation in India. Listening to Hindi professional like Dr. Vyas Mani Tripathi was a delight for the gathering. Dr. Laxmi in her address applauded the CG efforts in amalgamation of Hindi in all walks of CG culture. She also recited a heartwarming couplet in Hindi in encouraging the gathering.
A beautiful cultural programme was organized on the occasion and the highlight of the event was release of Hindi magazine titled ‘’PRATIBIMB’’ (Reflections). The contributions of M/s Sarita Bage of Coast Guard Headquarters was also appreciated in popularizing Hindi language by the Coast Guard Commander. COMCG A&N Region gave away prizes to personnel who have won in various categories of competitions viz. General Knowledge, Essay writing, Transilations, Noting writing, Poem recitations etc.