Teach children the heritage, culture and traditions of India: Vice President

New Delhi: India’s Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu emphasized the importance of teaching Indian heritage, culture and the tradition of children.
In an interaction with children representing India at the Festival of Brave Children in Poland and Ukraine in 2019, today, Naidu invited parents and teachers to attach the greatest importance to teaching children about Indian heritage, culture and tradition. He also wanted schools to adopt the spirit of volunteerism among children, encouraging them to participate in volunteer activities such as NSS, NCC and scouts and guides, etc.
Noting that participating in events such as the International Festival of Brave Children allow young people to understand the importance of friendship and respect for the culture of each other, the vice president expressed the hope that participation in such events would contribute to a peaceful and sustainable world.
The president urged schools to promote sports and yoga to enable students to remain in shape. Naidu was a Witness Bhangra, Scissors and Dandiya performances given by the children and appreciated them that transferred Indian culture and art to the global scene. “You are indeed cultural ambassadors of India,” Naid added.
There were six young cultural enthusiasts from Nanhi Dunya in Dehradun – Khushi, Saniya, Anchal, Manish, Saksham, Rahul and their instructor Ashu Satvika Goyal, leader of the Harshit group and representatives of Nanhi Duny.

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