In a move to stimulate and promote Hindi language, the Delhi government has planned to set up Hindi Clubs/ Sabhas.
Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday urged government officials to establish Hindi books clubs as part of promoting the language in the country, a government official said.
The aim is to set up the Hindi literary clubs to encourage the reading and discussions of the language by making it accessible. With this initiative, people at large will be able to hold literary discussions and meetings which will help unite the society.
“For discussion over Hindi literature the Deputy Chief Minister have come with a proposal to set up Hindi Literature Discussion Clubs/Sabhas, the official said, adding that Sisodia is of the view that “such discussions should come out of Lutyens’ Delhi and should be done in the Mohallas as well”.
The minister’s vision is that the society can be given right direction with the help of literature because literature keeps thinking right and unites the society, the official added.
Details about the places of Hindi Clubs set ups, however, are yet to be disclosed.
Hindi language holds a very important part in the country’s functioning and bonding among citizens. And, on the other hand Literature connects the individuals, society through inked truths and ideas which are based on facts. This move of the government will enhance readers interest towards the Hindi Literature.&nbs