India: School students from Delhi wish Happy New Year in 18 different languages
2020 couldn’t have launched on a bright note as a viral online video of students from a Delhi Government School wishing Happy New Year in 18 different Indian languages. On January 1, Manu Gulati, an instructor at Delhi Public school, uploaded the video on Twitter.
Students of Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya genuinely wish everyone a Happy New Year in 18 languages including Assamese, Bengali and Gujarati to Telugu and Punjabi. Teachers have entered.
“Proud # DelhiGovtSchool students desperately hoping you a very Happy # NewYear in various Indian languages. Feel the energy of # HappyNewYear2020 in Kashmiri, Bangla, Gujarati, Telugu, Punjabi, Tamil … The list is endless on. Hope the coming year brims with Happiness for us all,” Manu Gulati said that in the video subtitle.
That’s amazing. See the footage here:
The internet enjoyed the video as it was viewed more than 50,000 times and gained nearly 3,000 likes. Netizens mentioned the video as “incredible” in the comments thread.
“India’s magnificent diversity! Kudos! Happy New Year to the entire Delhi Education brotherhood and my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the teachers for being the torchbearers of this incredible transformation in federal government schools in Delhi! March on,” also said that a user.
In reality, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal congratulated the participants with a message of unity for a “wonderful beginning of each year.”