Jaipur: Governor Shri Kalraj Mishra has called upon the state's people to save the culture of harmony of Rajasthan and become a partner in the state's overall development.Governor Shri Mishra was addressing the Raj Bhawan here on Tuesday on Rajasthan Foundation Day organized by Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur. He said that besides being a confluence of devotion and power, Rajasthan is also very rich in literature, art, and culture. The history of this land of knights is exciting and inspiring. Governor Shri Mishra said that despite the diversity in language, dialect, religion, customs, the state is tied in the thread of unique unity, which gives the state a unique identity in the world. He said that to maintain this honor of the state, it is the collective responsibility of all the state's people to carry forward the rich cultural heritage and traditions of the state.
Speaker of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Dr. C.P. Joshi, In his address, expressed the need to prepare for the new challenges of the future while keeping the state's heritage intact. He said that to enable the youth of the tribal area to make a career in new subjects like Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence, the courses should be updated.
University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Amarika Singh, in his welcome address, said that the Center for Public Heritage and Mewar Peeth had been set up in the university to encourage local language and culture. He also highlighted the efforts made by the university in this direction. Renowned bhajan singer Shri Anoop Jalota said that the people of Rajasthan
had earned a name for themselves in all fields, including literature, music, art, science, and business, through their hard work, dedication and talent. He also remembered the devotion of devotee Shiromani Meera Bai in his address.
The eminent poet, translator, and litterateur of the Rajasthani language, Dr. Chandraprakash Deval, discussed the state's folk literature and poetry tradition in his address. At the beginning of the program, Governor Shri Mishra got their purpose and primary duties to read. It was followed by a beautiful rendition of the folk song Dharti Dhorani by folk artists. A documentary based on the glorious history, culture, and tradition of Rajasthan was also exhibited during the program.
On this occasion, the Governor's Secretary Shri Subir Kumar, Chief OSD Shri Govindram Jaiswal, Vice-Chancellors, Teachers, Officers, and other dignitaries of the universities were present online.