March 23, 2023

World hindi conference s jaishankar fijis prime minister sitivenki rabuka mentioned the film sholay said ye dosti ham nahi todenge

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World Hindi Conference held in Fiji from 15 to 17 February
Hindi scholars from 30 countries took part in the conference held in Nadi.
Fiji stresses on strengthening cultural ties with India

Fiji: India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has expressed hope that the World Hindi Conference will become a Mahakumbh of Hindi in the coming times. It will provide an important platform to Hindi lovers engaged in making Hindi a world language. Addressing the closing ceremony of the 12th World Hindi Conference held in Nadi, Fiji, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that it is necessary that all Hindi lovers work together to achieve the goal of making Hindi a world language. .

More than a thousand Hindi scholars and writers from more than thirty countries participated in the three-day conference from 15 to 17 February in this major city of Fiji. Fiji’s Deputy Prime Minister Biman Prasad was also present at the closing ceremony and he described the conference as historic for Fiji and said that the government led by Prime Minister Sitveni Rabuka is taking all possible steps to strengthen Hindi in the country.

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Fiji’s Prime Minister mentioned Sholay
Targeting his political opponents, Biman Prasad remarked that in the last 10-15 years, efforts were made to weaken Hindi here. Jaishankar, citing discussions with the Fijian leadership on Wednesday, said that he has assured Prime Minister Rabuka that India will take steps to further strengthen cultural ties with Fiji.
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S Jaishankar revealed that Prime Minister Rabuka referred to the very popular Bollywood film ‘Sholay’ of the seventies to compare the friendship between the two countries. According to the Foreign Minister, Prime Minister Rabuka told him that ‘Sholay’ is his favorite film and its song ‘Yeh Dosti, Hum Nahi Todenge….’ He is especially fond of them. In the closing ceremony, 25 scholars and organizations working for the promotion, dissemination and development of Hindi in the country and abroad were also honored. Minister of State for External Affairs V Muralidhar said that during the conference, serious discussions were held on various issues in ten sessions and it was concluded that Hindi is a very powerful language and is capable of adjusting with technology.

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