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Narad Jayanti

Narad Jayanti

Category: Festival
Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)

 

Narad Jayanti is observed as the birth anniversary of Devrishi Narad, also known as Narada Muni. Devrishi Narad is one of the Prajapatis and also one of the great seven Rishis. In 2013, the date of Narad Jayanti is May 26. Some of the hymns in Rig Veda are credited to Narada Maharishi. For majority Hindus, Sage Narad is the Veena holding Sanyasi who creates trouble often with a positive intention or for the betterment of the universe.
 
 
 
The day is celebrated to inspire journalists to follow his ideals, broaden their approach towards the society and make public welfare their ultimate objective.
 
Journalists, whether it be Mahatma Gandhi or Lokmanya Tilak, have played a significant role not only during the freedom struggle but also in post-independent India. They have contributed not only through their writings but also as Parliamentarians, administrators, authors and mediators. From LK Advani to Arun Shourie, Dinanath Mishra to Balbir Punj and now Rajiv Shukla and Dileep Padgaonkar (as the Kashmir interlocutor), journalists continue to influence the nation in different ways.
 
There are also a significant number of journalists who maintain a low profile but are rendering yeoman service to the society at large.
 

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