Governor Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati graces the celebration of ‘Foundation Day of Bihar’

    Publish Date: March 22, 2024
    Bihar State Day

    Dated Aizawl, the 22nd March 2024: Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati graced the celebration of ‘Foundation Day of Bihar’ (Bihar Diwas) as the Chief guest at Durbar Hall, Raj Bhavan.

    On this occasion, Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati expressed his delight at being able to celebrate ‘Bihar Diwas’ for it marks the day when the state of Bihar was carved out of the Bengal Presidency on March 22, 1912, continuing to be a part of the Republic of India after India’s Independence in 1947. He commented on how the state had grown since then, contributing to India’s economic, cultural and political landscape; having been the cradle of spirituality and knowledge for decades, from the ancient Nalanda University, to the teachings of Lord Buddha in Bodh Gaya.

    The Governor expressed his appreciation towards the various achievements made by the state, highlighting that an important aspect about the state of Bihar is that it has an immense potential for growth as the highest percentage of young people in India, with almost 58 percent under 25 years, emphasizing on the importance of youth development for ensuring a brighter future for the state and the country as a whole. He encouraged all the attendees to immerse themselves in other cultures and traditions to foster a better sense of understanding for a more cohesive and stronger India. He then expressed his delight at all the attendees and hoped that the programme will inspire an appreciation for each others’ cultures and traditions.

    The celebration of Foundation day of Bihar (Bihar Diwas) is an observance of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ programme, a visionary initiative by Government of India, aimed at promoting cultural integration and national unity by celebrating the diversity of India’s States and Union Territories. Through this initiative, the Government has provided a platform for states to exchange ideas and unique cultural heritage, with the aim of fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of one another.

    In this programme, a video message from the Governor of Bihar was screened along with a video by the Bihar Tourism Department where the various historical and cultural importance of Bihar for India were highlighted. This was followed by a speech from Dr. Jay Prakash, Associate Professor, PUC, where he spoke of the various great personalities who had emerged form Bihar. Beautiful and enlightening cultural dances were performed by various parties such as: Ishupriya, performed by Raj Bhavan Family; Lamlian Lehlam, performed by Chhawkhlei Cultural Club, PUC; Jhijhiya & Chhatpuja performed by students of NIT and a cultural performance by the students of MZU.

    Various invitees from Bihar and ZMC also attended this programme.


    Foundation Day of Bihar lawmna Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati an hmanpui (Mizo)

    Dated Aizawl, the 22nd March, 2024: Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati chuan vawiin khan Foundation day of Bihar (Bihar Diwas) chu Durbar Hall, Raj Bhavan-ah khuallian niin a hmanpui.

    He hunah hian Governor chuan ‘Bihar Diwas’ hman theih a ni chu lawmawm a tih thu a sawi a. He hun hi Bihar state, Bengal Presidency nen a March 22, 1912-a then hran lawmna anih thu sawiin Bihar chu 1947-a India-in independence a neih hnu pawn Republic of India hnuaia a awm chhunzawm zel thu a sawi. Bihar chu hemi hnuah hian thang nasain, India economy, culture leh politics-ah te a thawh hlawk thu a sawi a. Nalanda University-te, Buddha zirtirna hmun-Bodh Gaya-te awmna anih avangin India ram tan kum tam tak chhung chu sakhuana leh hriatna hmun pawimawh tak anih thu a sawi bawk.

    Governor chuan Bihar state-in hmasawnna hrang hrang alo neih tawhte fakawm a tih thu sawiin, an state mipui zawng zawng zaa sawmnga pariat (58%) vel kum 25 hnuai lam an nih avangin an state chuan hmasawn turin theihna tam tak a nei a, thalai ho chu ram hmasawnnan an pawimawh thu a sawi bawk. He hun a lo kal zawng zawngte chu India ramin inpumkhatna leh inhriatthiam tawnna thuk zawk a neih theih nan hnam dang hnam zia leh tih dan zir turin chah a.

    He huna lo kal zawng zawng hnenah lawmthu sawiin he programme hian state dang hnam zia leh tih dan phung inhluttawnna a siam ngei a beisei thu a sawi a ni.

    Foundation day of Bihar (Bihar Diwas) hi ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ programme, Government of India hmalakna hnuaia neih niin, India rama State leh Union Territory hnam zia(culture) impumkhatna chawisan nan a tih a ni. He programme hnuaiah hian Sawrkar chuan state hrang hrangte chu inhriatthiam tawnna tuh anih theih nan mahni state hnam zia pho lan theihna hun a siaksak thin a ni.

    He programme-ah hian Bihar Governor thuchah video leh Bihar Tourism Department video, India ram tana Bihar history leh culture a pawimawhna tarlannate chu chhuah a ni a. Hemi zawh hian Dr.Jay Prakash, Associate Professor, PUC chuan Bihar atanga mi ropui lo chhuak tawhte chungchang a sawi a. Hnam lam chi hrang hrang: Ishupriya, Raj Bhavan Family-te; Lamlian Lehlam, Chhawkhlei Cultural Club-te; Jhijhiya & Chhatpuja, NIT zirlaite leh Cultural lam, MZU zirlaite hnen atang hmuh a ni bawk. Bihar state leh ZMC atanga mi sawm hrang hrangten he hun hi an chhim bawk a ni.


    Written by: F Lalrinfela, MIS, IPRO