Literature and poetry that focus on societal good stay timeless and that is the explanation why epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata proceed to encourage even right this moment, mentioned Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Friday.
Speaking on the golden jubilee celebrations of Visakha Sahiti, a literary organisation, he noticed that literature is a car by which a nation’s greatness and glory are mirrored. He additionally mentioned that writers, poets, intellectuals and journalists ought to accord precedence to societal good in all their writings and works.
“A country’s culture and traditions play an important role in shaping literature. We will be able to protect our culture if we preserve our folk literature,” he added.
Referring to the richness of Telugu language, he mentioned that each facet of our life, together with our apparel, meals habits, festivals, customs and occupations, are mirrored by literature.
He mentioned that defending and preserving Telugu and different Indian languages will allow the sustenance of our tradition and supply steerage to future generations for charting the precise path.
The Vice President expressed his happiness that major training is being imparted in Koya language by Telugu script at 920 faculties in eight districts of Andhra Pradesh.
He steered that it was essential to realize proficiency in a single’s personal mom tongue earlier than studying different languages. He urged dad and mom to take essential initiatives on this regard. He additionally urged writers to pay particular consideration to kids’s literature and steered them to search out new methods to popularise such literature.
He recalled the contributions of well-known writers Mullapudi Venkataramana and Chintha Deekshithulu on this regard. He lauded Visakha Sahiti for its efforts in popularising Telugu literary works.
Andhra Pradesh Tourism Minister M. Srinivasa Rao, Andhra University Vice Chancellor P.V.G.D Prasad Reddy, Visakha Sahiti president Prof. Ok. Malayavasini, and secretary Gandikota Viswanatham have been current on the event.
Special Correspondent , 2021-11-06 07:30:34