NANDED TODAY INDIA 17,Nov,2021 pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November 1889 in Allahabad. His birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day. Nehru ji had great affection for children and he considered children as the future builders of the country. Due to his affection towards children, children also used to love and respect him very much and used to call him as Chacha Nehru.
This is the reason why Nehru’s birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day.
The Kavya Kaumudi family also played its part by moving forward in this direction and a grand program of Bal Kavi Sammelan was organized on the day of Children’s Day. A large number of
children from the country and abroad registered their participation in this program. It is a matter of great pride that more than 60 children from every corner of the country and abroad read poems in their own languages.
This Multilingual Poetry Conference was the best because there was a confluence of many languages. Dr. Kumud Bala, the President of Kavya Kaumudi family , expressed happiness and said that such a large number of children recited their poems by writing on various subjects.
The future of poetry is very bright and in future, some of them will emerge as Dwivedi, some Dinkar, some Mahadevi Verma and some Bachchan.The Chief Advisor of Kavya Kaumudi
family, Shri Laxminarayan Aalpati ji , who is a multi-talented and multilingual poet, said in his speech that the Kavya Kaumudi family is always in favour of taking the new generation along with and always will be.
This program was sponsored by Inkdue Publications on Zoom platform and on behalf of this publication Dr. Manoj Kishore Nayak, a medical doctor, multilingual poet, gladly informed that an e-magazine for children is being published by Inkdue on behalf of Inkdue Kids. In which all the children can send their poems. The Kavya
Kaumudi family is grateful to them because apart from Kids Magazine, Kavya Kaumudi has its own separate magazine and an Anthology is also going to be published.
The chief guest of the Bal Kavi Sammelan was 21 years’ experienced PG teacher Waheeda Hussain of Christ Church Boys Senior Secondary School in Jabalpur.
Shobha Deshpande, Hindi professor of St. George’s Degree College for Women, located in Abids, Hyderabad, and Sudha Kumari Juhi, senior teacher of DAV Public School, Vishakhapattanam , were the Guest of Honor of the program .
All the three teachers are multilingual poets, critics, translators and writers and are very popular nationally and internationally.
Their poems are published in various magazines . They have received many awards as well.
Dr. Kumud Bala did the efficient anchoring – sanchalan of the Bal Kavi Sammelan and Saraswati Vandana was sung by PujaTomar from Agra .. The names of the child poets who have participated are as follows –
Radhika Aivaturi & Narayani Aivaturi & Samyukta Yadav & Nikhil Sinha & Riya Sen & Vivaan Mallorkar & Nityan Mallorkar – Hyderabad , Navika & Himank Goyal – Pilkhua , Uttar Pradesh , Maria Hussain & Yash Mishra – Jabalpur ,Avani Khattar
& Ayanna Anjuli Kullu – New Delhi , Madhav Sharma & Raghav Sharma & Bhumika Jangid & Bhumika Shaktawat & Vanshika Vadodia & Diya Singh & Aditi Pathak – Kota , Rajasthan , Nandigama Swarupa & Arjun Mohan Chari –
Nanded , Yusra Mariam Khan & Maimana Tanzil Sharif – Chennai , Gayatri Das – Gayatri Das – Dibrugarh , Assam , Aswin B Nair & Devdata & Ameesha & Meenakshi & Sangeeratna S &
Vismaya Priya & Vedika Romeo – Kerala , Rudraansh Agarwal & Precious Semwal – Visakhapatnam , Saatwik Malviya -Ghaziabad , Bala Saraswati DS & Julian Lenzoo – Kerala , Mohd Fabian Makhdoomi – Anantnag – Jammu & Kashmir , P Revathi Reddy & B Sindhu Reddy ,& B Tanuja Reddy &
P Jashitha Reddy & B Sasikala Reddy – Tadipatri – Andhra Pradesh , Sara Mohapatra & Armaan Mohapatra – Bhubaneshwar, Ritika Meryl – Kochi, Kerala, Ajuni Kaur – Chandigarh. The program ended with a vote of thanks
Dr Kumud Bala