New Delhi, May 15 : The Centre, while framing the New Education Policy (NEP), is focusing on more exercise of multilingualism and 'just' translations to help make it 'complete.' According to sources, the Government is of the view that lack of learning of many languages, compared to need, and absence of 'proper' translations are to be addressed to make understand the contributions towards humanity by stalwarts like Tagore, Satyajit Ray and others.
Experts feel such creators are largely 'confined' to their respective regions due to the absence of the two 'necessities,' compared to the requirements. Incidentally, Israel has given a heartwarming tribute to world poet Rabindranath Tagore on his 159th birth anniversary on May 8 by naming a street after him in Tel Aviv. Maestro Satyajit Ray touched his birth centenary on May 2. (UNI)