India keeps its separate identity in the world only by the education of respecting each other's feelings, and traditions: Kalraj Mishra
Despite the difference in language, dialect, customs, festivals, etc., in our culture, importance has been given to living together from the very beginning. India keeps its separate identity in the world only by the education of respecting each other's feelings, and traditions.
Governor Kalraj Mishra said this while addressing the closing ceremony of the National Learn to Live Together Camp of the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW) at Totuka Bhawan, located in Bhattarakji's Nasian on Tuesday. He said that this spirit of 'Unity in Diversity' should be explained to the new generation in practice.
The Governor interacted with the children from sixteen states including Sikkim, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Kerala, Meghalaya, and Jharkhand, and told them the sources related to life. Giving the example of Giju Bhai, who was a great educationist of Gujarat, Governor Mishra said that children should be taught the values of life in sports and games through stories, plays, singing, dance, and pictures. This can provide a strong foundation and the right direction in their life.