Mr. Radhey Shyam Dhoot, an industrialist and scholar told as chief speaker of today's forum discussion that Nand Kishor Pareek nicknamed as Nagrik was a true journalist. He had all the qualities required for a journalists. He told that journalism is a very old profession. Narad a mythological figure of Hindu tradition was actually a journalist according to him.
Mr. Radhey Shyam Dhoot added that late Nand Kishore Pareek was a journalist like Narad. He knew finest details about Jaipur. He wrote columns on Jaipur continually for 27 years. Perhaps it is a record.
Mr. Kuldeep Sharma, a senior journalist spoke a lot about him and told that Nagrik is his motivating force in journalism.
Two of the sons of late Nandkishore Pareek, who are also journalists remembered their father in this occasion.
Jyoti Kothari, educationist told that he found some interesting data about Desi Vilayati, a century old social dispute of Shaharwali society, Azimganj in the columns of Nagrik. He told this a remarkable thing as Azimganj is a small town in West Bengal where he brought up.
Devarshi Kalanath Shashtri, President award winner and ex. Professor of rajasthan University told that late Nandkishore Pareek was a versatile genius. He was also a multy lingual. He started his career as English jounalist and shifted to Hindi. He used to speak Dhundhadi, local language of Jaipur very well. He was also a scholar in Sanskrit.
Pradip Chouhan extended vote of thanks.
Jaipur Jewelry show, the most important event for Jaipur gem dealers is going on presently. Next forum discussion will be held on the topic Gems and Jewelry.
Jaipur Jewelry show 2009: Maharani Gayatri Devi Photo Gallery