Practising righteousness can enrich moral: Th. Radhashyam
Imphal, March 28, 2018 (DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam Singh said that practice of righteousness and fulfilling one’s responsibility can enrich the morals in human while speaking as Chief Guest at the inaugural function of the Two-Day National Seminar on “Purvanchal Mein Bhakti Andolan” organised by the Department of Hindi, Manipur University, Canchipur, and the Central Institute of Hindi, Agra at the Court Hall of Manipur University..
Dharma, he added is the duty, the responsibility that one has to fulfil as a human being as a son-daughter, father-mother, brother-sister and towards the society for the betterment of one and all. The failure to carry out duty by human, leads to the rise in problems in the society and family.
The Minister said change is the only permanent thing in the world. With spread of Bhakti Andolan in the country, different religions also reached the state experiencing both the positive and negative effect. However the positive effect has made huge imprint in terms of art, culture and tradition of the state. Thus, he said, in Manipur the Lainingthou Sanamahi and the Hinduism co – exists together.
The Minister said Manipur is like a mini India where diverse culture prevails. He said the people of the country must work hard for the progress and development of the country. If one is following the path of truth, one need not to fear because truth is God, God is beauty. Fear should be overcome to be able to convert the beautiful ideas into action for an inclusive growth of the land, he added. He further states that children must be taught to conquer the worry and fear for growth in life and also need to be made aware of responsibility, religious, cultural and traditional practices being followed by the elders to enrich their morals.
The inaugural function was attended by Director Central Institute of Hindi, Agra, Prof. Nandkishore Pandey; Regional Director, Central Institute of Hindi, Guwahati Dr. Rajbir Singh; Dean, School of Humanities, Manipur University Prof. Chungkham Yashwanta Singh; Former Dean, Vishva Bharati, Shantiniketan Prof. Rameshwar Prasad Mishra.
Two books ‘Hindi-Manipuri Adhyata Kosh’ and ‘Manipuri Lok Sahitya’ published by the Central Institute of Hindi were also released.