Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati graces the celebration of ‘Foundation Day of Rajasthan and Odisha’

    Publish Date: April 2, 2024
    Foundation day of Rajasthan

    Dated Aizawl, the 2nd April, 2024: Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati graced the celebration of ‘Foundation Day of Rajasthan and Odisha’ 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 the commemorative foundation day of both Rajasthan and Odisha. He praised the unique features of Rajasthan such as its colour coordinated royal cities also remarking its geographical and historical significance, being home to Aravalli, the oldest mountain range in the Indian Subcontinent as well as Kalibangan, one of the cities of the ancient Indus valley Civilisation along with many famous forts and palaces.

    The Governor expressed his delight at the Odisha’s diverse flora and fauna and remarked on the wonderful culture and temples, being aptly known as the Temple State of India, hosting over 600 unique and beautiful temples. He also remarks on the important pilgrims in the state and praised it for being host to the Nandan Kanan zoological park, the second largest zoo in India.

    The Governor applauds the ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’, an initiative of Government of India, launched to celebrate the cultural vibrancy of India, with a primary objective to strengthen cultural relations, and encourage mutual connection between people residing in different parts of the country. He hopes that this programme will be an integral step towards national integration.

    Full speech of Governor :

    The modern state of Rajasthan was formed on March 30, 1949. The states of Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer, joined with the United State of Rajasthan, and the region came to be known as Greater Rajasthan. The new state of Rajasthan was formed after the princely states signed the Instrument of Accession. Since then, 30th March has been celebrated as Rajasthan Day.

    Odisha celebrates its 88th Foundation Day, which is also known as Utkal Divas. Odisha was part of Bihar before it became the first state to be formed on linguistic basis. Earlier, present-day Odisha was the major portion of the ancient region of Kalinga. The British took over the administrative powers and divided it into small units in 1803. After three decades of revolution under prominent leaders, the state was separated from Bihar and became a separate province on 1st April 1936.

    In this programme, a video message of the Governor of Rajasthan was screened along with short clips of Rajasthan and Odisha showcasing their unique culture and traditions. Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Sharma, Asst. Prof. Dept. of Hindi, MZU made a short speech on the history and geography of Rajasthan, followed by Ghumar, a folk dance of Western and Southern Rajasthan, performed by NIT students, Mizoram. A folk song of Rajasthan was then performed by Nisha Kumari, an NIT student followed by a speech about Odisha’s culture and history by Dr. Kailashkant Nayak, Asst. Prof. Dept. of Philosophy, PUC. Cheraw, a Mizo Cultural dance was then performed by students of RIPANS with the programme concluding with a photo session of all the invitees.


    Foundation Day of Rajasthan leh Odisha lawmna Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati an hmanpui (Mizo)

    Dated Aizawl, the 2nd April, 2024: Governor Dr Hari Babu Kambhampati chuan vawiin khan Foundation day of Rajasthan leh Odisha chu Durbar Hall, Raj Bhavan-ah khuallian niin a hmanpui.

    He hunah hian Governor chuan Rajasthan leh Odisha foundation day hman theih a ni chu lawmawm a tih thu a sawi a. Rajasthan chu hmunhma mawi leh ropui tak tak awmna anih thu sawiin, lal khaw ropui tak tak, rawng inchawih mawi tak mai a duan te chu a ropui a tih thu sawiin, geography lamah Aravalli, India khawmualpuia tlang dung upa ber awmna niin, history lamah pawh Kalibangan, hmanlai Indus Valley Civilisation awmna hmun mai bakah kulh ropui tak tak awmna a ni te chuan a state ropuina a tih zual thu a sawi.

    Governor chuan Odisha chu ramsa leh ramngaw chi hrang hrang awmna hmun anih avangin fakawm a tih thu a sawi a. Culture ropui tak nei, Temple State of India tih theih hial turin temple 600 chuang nei a ni chu ropui a tih thu a sawiin, Nandan Kanan zoological park, India rama sahuan lian ber dawttu awmna hmun a ni te chu fawkawm a tih thu a sawi bawk a ni.

    Governor chuan he programme hi India Sawrkar hmalakna, ’Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’ hnuai ami anih thu sawiin, hemi thil tum ber chu India mipui, state hrang hrang ami te inpawhtawnna siam nan a mahni hnam zia pho lanna hun siamsak anih thu a sawi. He programme hi ram inpumkhatna atana kawng pawimawh tak anih ngei a beisei thu a sawi bawk.

    Governor thusawi kimchang :

    Vawiin a Rajasthan state kan tih hi March 30,1949 khan Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner leh Jaisalmer ten United State of Rajasthan nen a inzawma rawn in din a ni a. Rajasthan state hi princely state hovin Instrument of Ascession an sign hnu a din a ni. Hemi hnu hian kum tin March 30 ah hian Rajasthan Day hman ziah a ni.

    Odisha Foundation day hi a vawi 88 lawmna niin Utkal Diwas ti a sawi a ni bawk. Odisha hi a hma chuan Bihar state peng ami niin India ramah tawng hmang (linguistic basis)-a state then hran hmasak ber a ni. A hma chuan Odisha kan tih hi Kalinga peng ami ni thinin British ho khan hmun hrang hrangah kum 1803 khan an thenhrang a. Chumi hnu kum tam tak zalenna an sual hnuah 1st April, 1936 khan Bihar atang state hran niin an lo ding ta a ni.

    He programme-ah hian Rajasthan Governor thuchah leh Rajasthan leh Odisha chungchang video tawi chu chhuah niin Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Sharma, Asst.Prof. Dept. of Hindi, MZU chuan Rajasthan history chungchang thusawi tawi a nei a. Ghumar, Rajasthan folk dance, NIT zirlai hnen atangin entir a niin Nisha Kumari, NIT zirlai hnen atangin Rajathan folk song ngaihthlak a ni bawk. Dr. Kailashkant Nayak, Asst. Prof. Dept. of Philosophy hnen atangin Odisha history leh culture chungchang ngaihthlak a ni a. RIPANS zirlai hovin Cheraw kanna neiin thalakna hunin he programme hi khar a ni.


    Written by: F Lalrinfela, MIS, IPRO