Delegation from abroad visited DAV College: Munendra Nath Verma Library inaugurated

Moritius .The DAV College located here was visited by the foreign delegation attending the International Arya Mahasammelan. On this occasion, the learned members of the foreign delegation were also felicitated by the management system of DAV College as a farewell ceremony. On this occasion, the Rector of the school, Mrs. Sangeeta Sampat presented the welcome speech and welcomed all the foreign guests. Inaugurating this important program, leader Dr. Uday Narayan Gangu said that Mauritius has as much right on the ideological property of India as the people of India have. We are thrilled to have our foreign guests among us.
Speaking on this occasion, well-known historian and writer Dr. Rakesh Kumar Arya gave his presentation through a very beautiful song. He said that DAV institutions have made important contribution in the field of education. Due to which, great success has been achieved in making India’s rich cultural tradition a global heritage. On this occasion, Dr. Aruna, who was present from Britain, said in her message that it was resolved by Mahatma Hansraj ji to spread the thoughts of Swami Dayanand Ji Maharaj through DAV institutions. I am very happy that these institutions are doing important work in Mauritius taking forward this ideology and resolution journey.

Whereas famous poetess Dr. Mridul Kirti said in her message that only Vedas and Vedic culture can be successful in giving the world a sense of real peace. Therefore, today we need to connect with the Vedic culture through DAV institutions. Only through this can India’s global heritage get an identity. Munendra Nath Verma Library was also inaugurated on this occasion. Which was completed by the Vice Chancellor Shri Santosh Choubey who was present from Rabindra Nath Tagore University, Bhopal. In his important address, Dr. Choubey said that books play a very important role in building a person. Through books, we can achieve success in spreading the treasure of knowledge in the minds of students in the form of Ganga of knowledge. Emphasizing the need for Vedic literature, he said that only the message of Vedas can save humanity and only through it we can establish global peace. Therefore, the prevalence of Vedic literature in these institutions is a matter of pride and pride for all of us.
In this farewell ceremony program, along with the management system of the institute, teachers also participated enthusiastically and welcomed the foreign guests by giving a beautiful presentation of victory. Barrister Yatin Verma, son of great litterateur Shri Munendra Nath Verma, thanked all the visitors on this occasion.