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Aug 15, 2018
7:33PM

Vice President promotes culture heritage among children on I-Day

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Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said, people should teach Indian traditions, rich cultural heritage to children so that country's cultural heritage is protected.

Interacting with children from various schools from Delhi today, Mr Naidu said, children are future of nation and they should be given good education as well as good conduct. 

He said, children should also be taught about sacrifices made by great leaders for freedom which will be a tribute to those great leaders.
       
The Vice President said, children should be made to remember Mother, Mother tongue, Motherland and Birth place. He said, people should also make children to speak only in Mother tongue at home. 

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