Organise Subsequent ‘Vishwa Hindi Sammelan’ In Japan: Japanese Linguist To PM Modi

Mizokami’s Hindi and Punjabi talking expertise left many individuals mesmerised.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met with Padma Shri awarded Japanese creator who can also be a talented Hindi and Punjabi linguist. Mizokami, whose oratory in Hindi and Punjabi have left many awe-struck mentioned that he requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to organise the following ‘Vishwa Hindi Sammelan’ in Japan.

Maine poocha Agla Vishwa Hindi Sammelan Japan Mein Ho Toh Bahut Achha Hoga, Aapki (PM Modi) Sahyata Chahiye … (I requested that it could be nice if the following Vishwa Hindi Sammela is held in Japan, for this your assist is required),” Mizokame mentioned recounting his interplay with PM Modi within the sidelines of the G7 Summit within the historic metropolis of Hiroshima.

Unhone Isme Haa Kar Dia…(He agreed to this),” he added.

Mizokami’s Hindi and Punjabi talking expertise left many individuals mesmerised.

Earlier within the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met, Mizokami and accepted a ebook ‘Jawalamukhi’ from him as a present. On being requested how his curiosity in Hindi developed, Mizokami recounted his childhood lived within the Japanese metropolis of Kobe.

He mentioned, “Mera Janm Kobe Mein Hua Tha, Un Dino Kobe Mein Sabse Adhik Bhartiya Rehte the…unlogo ne Mujhe Prabhavit Kia. Jigyasa thi….Arrey Kitni Sunder Saree…Unki Bhasha Seekhni Chaiye…(I used to be born within the Japanese metropolis of Kobe, which again then was largely dominated by the Indian inhabitants…I used to be influenced by them…that they had such lovely sarees…I used to be curious to find out about their language).”

He additionally added that he admired former PM Jawaharlal Nehru. “In these instances, he Nehruji additionally had a serious affect all over the world….he, as one of many founders of the ‘Non-Aligned Motion’ was an inspiration for children like us who wished peace and stability. So, why not study the language of such a pacesetter,” he mentioned.

{A magazine} titled ‘Jwalamukhi’, which was gifted by Mizokami to PM Modi, consists yearly the poems, essays, and tales contributed solely by Japanese nationals. The ebook was printed in India utilizing a modest grant from the Ministry of Tradition, Authorities of India.

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