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Posted on Oct 03, 01:27PM | UNI
Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav today said that Hindi possesses the unique quality of coordinating between various Indian languages and has emerged as the language of cultural unity and political renaissance.
Addressing the Madhya Pradesh Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti's Hindi Sewi Samman function at Hindi Bhavan here, the Chancellor exhorted professors and educationists to take an initiative in the direction of translation of technological, medical and law books from English to Hindi, an official release said.
Making an appeal to develop technical and administrative jargon in Hindi, he congratulated Samiti Secretary-Director Kailash Chandra Pant for being honoured with the Vishva Hindi Samman in Johannesburg recently.
At the function, the Governor conferred the Hindi Sewi Samman on Mr Vishal Sharat Ohri, Mr PC Potnis, Mr D Raja Narsaiyya, Mr Pranab Kumar Karmkar, Dr KB Panda, Dr C Kaur, Ms Dwadishi Veenarao and Ms Anita Lala.
The Governor honoured Dr Bina Budki's book 'Awadhi Tatha Kashmiri Lok Geeton Mein Lok Tatva' with the Ambika Prasad Verma Award, Mr Chuapalli Bhaskar Rao's work 'Ghatnashak' with the Harihar Niwas Dwivedi Award and Mr Rajendra Nagdev's book "Awazen Ab Naheen Aateen" with the Syed Ameer Ali Meer Award.
Dr Subhadra Khurana's book 'Guru Govindam' was conferred the Prakash Kumari Harkawat Nari Lekhan Puraskar, Dr KC Agrawal's book 'Waastu Evan Kaya-Waastu' with the Late Hajarilal Jain Smriti Vangmay Puraskar.
Ms Deepti Agnihotri was honoured with the Balkrishna Oberoy Mahila Samman, Mr Sudhir Goel was given the Pradesh Ka Samaj Sewi Samman, Ms Sushila Mishra, Ms Bharti Shrivastava and Ms Nayantara Pathak received the Mahila Sewasewi Samman.
The Governor also released a book titled 'Madhya Pradesh Ke Kiley' by Ms Usha Jaiswal.