Students of the Hindi Shiksha Sangh recently wrote their 2015 Junior Grade Hindi Exams. A total of 588 students wrote in six different grades. The exams were held in several different locations throughout the country. The following students were the Top Performers in their respective grades.
The 10th World Hindi Conference was held from the 10th to 12th of September in Bhopal, India. The Conference is a global ‘coming together’ of Hindi Dignitaries, Academics and Professionals to discuss, disseminate and network on pertinent issues regarding the Hindi language. It is a very dignified and prominent event which is organised by the Indian government once in every 3 to 4 years for this purpose.
The Hindi Shiksha Sangh held a Bhajan Evening on Saturday 15 August. Three Bhajan groups performed: Queensburgh Satsang Society, Ramesh Bhai Sangeeth and Pravesh Sanker Show Band. The event was well attended and very successful. The audience was enthralled. It was fantastic to see the high levels of audience participation.
On March 17, 2015, Sri Mannie Maharaj of Stanger passed away. At a crucial time, he took on the role of Regional Director for the North Coast Region of the Hindi Shiksha Sangh. At that time, nobody was willing to continue to steer the “Sangh Ship” in the direction the Sangh would want it to move.