The Hindi language is the identity and honor of our country: Kalraj Mishra


Governor Kalraj Mishra greeted the people of the state on Hindi Diwas (14 September). Kalraj Mishra said that the Hindi language is the identity and honor of our country. It is a language associated with Indian culture and our pride. 

In the colonial period, Hindi literature and magazines made a unique contribution in awakening the urge for freedom and connecting the common man with the freedom fighters. On the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, he called for the contribution of the Hindi language in the freedom struggle to be widely highlighted in the public mind.

At the same time, a six-member team of trainee officers of the 2021 batch of the Indian Administrative Service met Governor Kalraj Mishra at Raj Bhavan today. During this, Governor Kalraj Mishra gave best wishes to the trainee officers Avahad Nivritti Somnath, Gaurav Budania, Juikar Prateek Chandrashekhar, Ravi Kumar, Riya Dabi, and Salunkhe Gaurav Ravindra and called for effective discharge of their ex-officio duties by giving top priority to the public interest. Harishchandra Mathur, Director General, Rajasthan State Institute of Public Administration, Sudhanshu Pant informed Governor Mishra about the training works of these officers.