“1990, 5 OCTOBER – HINDI BHARATI”

5013 (29/09/1990) D

EGIE CALO, EGIE CALO,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁ, ÁÁ,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁ,

DÚR KÁCHE ESO, SABE BHÁLOBÁSO,

NAVÁLOKE CALO NÁCIÁ,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁÁÁ,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁ,

JÁ CHILO VIBHEDA SAB BHULE JÁO,

ÁÁ,

JÁ CHILO VIBHEDA SAB BHULE JÁO,

MITRÁRI SABE KÁCHE T́ENE NÁO,

MANER MAYURE NABHE CHEŔE DÁO,

RAUNGIIN KALÁP MELIÁ,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁÁÁ,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁ,

GHANÁNDHAKÁR SARIÁ GIÁCHE,

ÁÁ,

GHANÁNDHAKÁR SARIÁ GIÁCHE,

RAŃA HUNKÁR PURONO HOECHE,

PRIITI JHAUNKÁR KARŃE KAHICHE,

SAB GLÁNI PHELO MUCHIÁ

EGIE CALO, EGIE CALO,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁ, ÁÁ,

ÁJIKE SHUBHA VIJAYÁ,

On this auspicious victory day of today,

let all the distant ones,

come close, love all,

and go on dancing in the new light.

Forgetting all the distinction that have been,

between friends and foes,

pull all close.

Release the mental peacock into the sky,

spreading its colourful wings.

The dense darkness has moved away.

The roar of war has become old. The tinkling of love speaks into the ears:

“wipe out all agonies”.

the following is part of a discourse given on the same day:

I also hear that from 5th October, 1990, a Sanskrit Vidyapeeth will be opened. Sanskrit is the vehicle of cultural history of the entire India, Tibet and South East Asia. To go away from that culture means to lose a vital link and to destroy oneself. That is why, we cannot forget Sanskrit, we cannot ignore, neglect or disrespect it. To neglect Sanskrit means to disrespect our forefathers, our ancestors. It would be a crime which none should commit. That is why, we are opening a Sanskrit and Bangla Vidyapeeth.

The Hindi language is under the burden of complexity of its grammar and is also at the threshold of sudden death. I have tried to save it in a different way. I earnestly hope that the new Hindi with a fresh lease of life will move forward. For this purpose, we have established “Hindi Bharati”. This Hindi Bharati will also publish new books in a novel style and create an intellectual stir in every mind in every nook and corner of India.

Let humanity progress in every sphere of life. With this wish I have told you all these good news on this auspicious Vijay day. I also want that we should take other languages of this earth forward in a similar fashion.

Probably, in the very near future, we shall also be able to do something for the progress of the Oriya language.

While telling you all these good news on this auspicious day of Vijay, I also declare that Gurukul is not going to be established but rather it has already been established. May you all strengthen it and ensure its progress with collective efforts.

from: Gurukul: History and Planning

29 September 1990, Madhu Koraka, Calcutta