Front Desk (Reception) 7777083445, Accounts 7777083551
Near Gorai Bus Depot, Borivali (W), Mumbai

World Mother Language Day

International Mother Language Day 2022

International Mother Language Day is observed globally on 21st February to recognize and promote multilingual diversity. The aim behind this day is to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by the people of the world. In the era of Globalization and Digitalization, several local languages are on the verge of extinction. This day also aims to preserve and transmit traditional knowledge and cultures through multilingual societies.

DPGA celebrated Mother Language Day with great fanfare on 21st February to promote cultural diversity and multilingualism. Students were dressed up in traditional attire and participated in various activities. The students gave speeches, sung songs, recited poems in many different languages such as Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Bhojpuri, Rajasthani and other languages. They spoke a few lines on their traditional food and dress. Through these activities students learnt that languages play a significant role in development, intercultural dialogue, and ensuring cultural diversity.

Mother Language Day 2021

Language, particularly our mother tongue, is an important part of our culture. Exposing students to multiple languages enhances their access to people and resources, to better communication and international mindedness.

DPGA celebrated Mother Language Day on 18th February to promote cultural diversity and multilingualism. Dressed up in the traditional attire, our students participated in various activities to boost the importance of their mother tongue. The event was organized to promote and respect the different languages of our community.

While some students recited beautiful self-composed poems and songs in Hindi, Punjabi, Sindhi, Malayalam, Bhojpuri, Kannada; others brought out their creative side to speak a few lines on festival, food, clothing and climatic conditions.

Through these activities, students gained the knowledge that language is much more than just a way of communicating.