Marathi Sahitya Mandal

Marathi Vangmay Mandal is associated with preserving the Marathi Language and encouraging students towards this language. Marathi Vangmay Mandal conducts various programs for students every academic year to encourage usage of Marathi in day-to-day activities.

Objectives :

Marathi Bhassha Diwas is celebrated every year on 27 February. The aim is to showcase the rich heritage of Maharashtra and to encourage the use of the Marathi language.


  1. Marathi Bhasha Diwas:

    Marathi Vangmay Mandal in collaboration with the Cultural Committee of Dnyanganga Education trust’s degree College of Art’s, Commerce and Science have organised a small function to celebrate Marathi Bhasha  diwas / मराठी भाषा दिवस  on 27th February.

    The entire occasion was celebrated by performing various activities like Abhang, song, dance, speech, and informative video on the importance of Marathi Bhasha Divas.

  1. Marathi Bhasha Diwas:

    Marathi Vangmay Committee in collaboration with NSS, Cultural Committee, and Nature’s Club of Dnyanganga Education Trust’s degree college of art’s, Commerce and science have organized a Dindi / Palkhi Sohla on 11 July to celebrate Ashadhi Ekadashi and also give a social message to the society to preserve Nature and avoid use of plastic.

    The program started with an enthralling devotional Hari Bhajan by the volunteers followed by a devout Puja of the Holy Basil plant / Tulsi which is the favorite of Vitthal and it also represented the bounty of Mother  Nature.

    Volunteers very enthusiastically and with full divine energy performed Lazim after which the Dindi started from college till Eva World School Corner in Kasarvadavli where again the students gave an electrifying lazim performance. Students played fugdi and danced along with the Palkhi.

    The Volunteers and teachers along with Vitthal and Rukmini successfully completed the dindi. It felt as if Hari himself had descended from heaven and was participating in this event . Oh! What a mesmerizing event it was.

    The Dindi participants came back to college and again an electrifying Lazim performance was given after which an oath was taken by all the students staying that they will minimize the use of plastic and save Mother Earth.