Dehradun: During the ‘Know Your Neighboring language’ initiative, part of the Indian Language Festival at Kanya Gurukul campus, students delved into Brahmi, Tamil, Kannada, Gurmukhi, and Bengali. This event, held in Dehradun, was an insightful segment of the broader festival. Dr. Nisha guided the students through the nuances of listening, reading, writing, and language skills. Throughout the event, both students and teachers actively exchanged their linguistic expertise through written and spoken forms.
Prof. Hemlata elaborated on the Tamil alphabet, while Dr. Rekha shared insights into the Brahmi script. Eager to explore different linguistic structures, the girls at the campus discovered how to write their names in diverse scripts including Brahmi, Tamil, Kannada, Gurmukhi, and Bengali. Expressing their experiences at Gurukul, the girls articulated their feelings by inscribing in the aforementioned scripts. They also presented poems, folk songs, and cultural reflections in Munda, Kannada, Kashmiri, Maithili, Garhwali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, and Urdu.
The event was graced by the presence of Prof. Renu Shukla, Prof. Heman Pathak, Prof. Praveena Chaturvedi, Mrs. Balbir Kaur, Dr. Savita, Dr. Mamta, Dr. Sarita, Dr. Babita, Dr. Archana, Dr. Rachna, as well as numerous girl students and research scholars.