Meri Mati Mera Desh
“Meri Maati Mera Desh” envisions a unified celebration of India’s soil and valour, commemorating the nation’s journey of freedom and progress. By connecting with the land and honoring our heroes, this program will instil a sense of national pride and inspire future generations to protect India’s cherished heritage. This campaign comprises many activities and ceremonies conducted near surrounding of Rajkiya Mahavidyalaya Amori Champawat in the supervision of Principal Prof. (Dr.) Ajita Dikshit.
Dedication of Shilaphalakam (Memorial)
A fundamental aspect of the program is to express heartfelt gratitude to all the bravehearts (Veers and Veeranganas) who have made the supreme sacrifice. On the Shilaphalakam, names of the bravehearts shall be inscribed. These shall include freedom fighters, defense personnel, personnel of Central Armed Police Forces and State Police who laid down their lives in the line of duty. Shilaphalakam shall be erected locally within Panchayats/Villages as well as urban sites—likely near Amrit Sarovars or local schools or other prominent locations.
‘Panch Pran’ Pledge
At the memorial site, people will take a solemn pledge covering Panch Pran of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, affirming their commitment to the country. The pledge is given below:
We Pledge to:
Make India developed and self-reliant by 2047. Remove any trace of colonial mindset. Celebrate our heritage. Strengthen unity and respect those who protect the country. Perform the duties of a citizen.
हम शपथ लेते है कि…
भारत को 2047 तक आत्मनिर्भर और विकसित बनाने के सपने को साकार करेंगे । गुलामी की मानसिकता को जड़ से उखाड़ फेकेंगे । देश की सम्रुद्ध विरासत पर गर्व करेंगे । भारत की एकता को सुद्रढ़ करेंगे और देश की रक्षा करने वालों का सम्मान करेंगे । नागरिक होने का कर्तव्य निभायेंगे ।
Panchayats/villages/urban local bodies will replenish Mother Earth by planting 75 saplings of indigenous species and develop the ‘Amrit Vatika’
Veeron Ka Vandan
Felicitation ceremonies shall be held for honouring the freedom fighters and the families of deceased freedom fighters. These ceremonies shall also honour retired personnel from Defence, CAPF and State Police and the families of the bravehearts of these forces who have sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. Felicitation shall be as per local traditions and customs.
Hoisting of the National Flag and singing of Rashtragaan shall be undertaken at the sites.
Amrit Kalash Yatra
Youth volunteers and other people from all corners of the country would collect Mitti from Panchayats/Villages and bring it to the Block level. Similarly, Mitti shall be collected from smaller urban bodies and brought to larger Municipalities/urban local bodies. Subsequently, Mitti Kalash having the soil from the Panchayats/Villages/urban areas, would be carried to the National Capital.
In-charge Meri Mati Mera Desh: Smt. Pushpa, Assistant Professor History