Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Primary students celebrate International Mother Language Day

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Mangaluru, Feb 21: On February 21st 2024, the students of grade I E and D at Mount Carmel Central School, Mangaluru enthusiastically celebrated International Mother Language Day, showcasing the linguistic diversity and aiming to honour linguistic diversity and promote multilingualism.

The entire programme was a vibrant display of various languages spoken in Mangaluru, with students presenting in Kannada, Hindi, Konkani, Tulu, Malayalam and Tamil. A prayer service reflecting the spiritual essence of the occasion, followed by a welcome dance, symbolizing the joy and unity in diversity was performed. The students then warmly welcomed the audience in different languages, setting the tone for a culturally enriching experience. The chief guest Dr Sangeetha K, a gynecological Oncologist was accorded a warm welcome by a group of students. Her presence added prestige to the event, emphasizing the significance of preserving and celebrating linguistic heritage. The highlight of the programme was a captivating skit performed by students, showcasing the richness and cultural nuances of each language represented. Through creative storytelling and dance, the students fostered a deeper appreciation for mother languages among the audience.

Dr Sangeetha K, the chief guest in her message, underscored the importance of preserving and promoting mother languages as a vital aspect of cultural identity and heritage. Her words resonated with the audience, inspiring them to cherish their own mother language and respect linguistic diversity. The event concluded with vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the celebration.



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