My Feelings When I Read In My Mother Tongue

Today is International Mother Language Day and our blog is turning multilingual today. We are hosting a series of blog posts by different authors, illustrators, parents, educators and children – sharing their thoughts on languages and more. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. 2015 is the 15th anniversary of International Mother Language Day.

This post was sent by Bhavik Raval. Bhavik Raval has an interest with math and numbers and his mission is to work on “how one can understand the language of mathematics”. He has been with Pratham since 2003-4, and has also worked in other parts of the country. In Gujarat Bhavik bhai is a senior resource for both primary and secondary activities as a trainer and Central Team Member.


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