The eminent scholars have stressed upon on refinement of the Hindi language by making it simple and interesting. The delegates from across the globe attending 11th World Hindi Conference in Mauritius emphasized the need of developing a software for Hindi which can be available to common people on a reasonable price.
Addressing media in Port Louis, the Chief Coordinator of conference Sanjay Kumar Verma said that during the discussions participants suggested that besides Devanagari, s of foreign languages can also be used to teach Hindi in abroad. He also said that basic objective of three-day conference is to connect Hindi language with culture to spread and popularise it in the entire world.
On the second day of the conference deliberations on relations of Culture and Language with films, media and literature were held in four sessions today. Renowned Hindi lyricist, screenwriter and poet Prasoon Joshi and other eminent scholars from India and Mauritius presided over these sessions.