"International Mother Language" day celebrated by Bhojpuri community in Mauritius

Mar 23, 2009 Full story: Jai Bihar 121

FLACQ A -A The International Mother Language was celebrated by the Bhojpuri community at the Rajcoomar Gujadhur SSS in Flacq on Thursday 26 February last a ' admittedly somewhat belatedly, but then the officially designated day of 21 February conflicted with the Maha Shivratri celebrations.

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Neeraj

New Delhi, India

#1 Mar 24, 2009
Sure, the correct number is +91.9708007750.
Jean

Sydney, Australia

#2 Apr 14, 2009
Mauritius language is French and Creole, they should have a Creole or French day not Bhojpuri, that broken Hindi is not part of the Mauritian culture, that's a joke.
SYPHO DWALA

Melbourne, Australia

#3 Apr 14, 2009
Jean wrote:
Mauritius language is French and Creole, they should have a Creole or French day not Bhojpuri, that broken Hindi is not part of the Mauritian culture, that's a joke.
I agree. The National Language of Mauritius is KREOL.
Jean

Sydney, Australia

#4 Apr 14, 2009
SYPHO DWALA wrote:
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I agree. The National Language of Mauritius is KREOL.
Kreole is the only mother Language, plus most Indians in Mauritius can't speak Bhojpuri or hindi but only Kreole.
DEXTER

Melbourne, Australia

#5 Apr 14, 2009
Jean wrote:
<quoted text>
Kreole is the only mother Language, plus most Indians in Mauritius can't speak Bhojpuri or hindi but only Kreole.
For those indians who can't speak Kreol, you must not be in Mauritius. Indians are also Mauritians and must adapt to our culture and must be able to live like us as decent and civilised human beings.
Pere de Leveque

Uxbridge, UK

#6 Apr 16, 2009
SYPHO DWALA wrote:
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I agree. The National Language of Mauritius is KREOL.
Illiterates like Alin Levek, who flee Mauritius in the 60's to settle abroad and allow Mauritius to breath a fresh air of economic revival in the absence of poids lourds paresse and vantart tombeau vide, do not know that the National Language of Mauritius is English.
Pere de Leveque

Uxbridge, UK

#7 Apr 16, 2009
Jean wrote:
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Kreole is the only mother Language, plus most Indians in Mauritius can't speak Bhojpuri or hindi but only Kreole.
Jean is right. Unlike Indo Mauritians, Jean, pimp of Alain Levek, speaks clear and perfect swahili, language of his parents.
ONE NATION

Melbourne, Australia

#8 Apr 16, 2009
Mauritians are not PIMPS. This "London person" has his postings 3 or 4 hours ago. It clearly shows he can't be in London. The postings are from a region that is close to Mauritius or within Mauritius.

I'm not going to be pissing on him or shit on him as this will achieve nothing.
Dimanase

Uxbridge, UK

#9 Apr 18, 2009
ONE NATION wrote:
Mauritians are not PIMPS. This "London person" has his postings 3 or 4 hours ago. It clearly shows he can't be in London. The postings are from a region that is close to Mauritius or within Mauritius.
I'm not going to be pissing on him or shit on him as this will achieve nothing.
Levequepornoaarezom, wher r ur pimps? have they run away out of fear, like Roger de Lamerde and African Scipio 4? Remember, u were about to seal a deal with Africano Scipio 4 for swapping wives? According to rumours, HE got and enjoyed yours, whereas his refused to have a go at u after seeing your repulsive face, which was once posted online in the Seychelles newspaper but which has been removed following global complaints against the fact that dog shit was being posted online...
Indiaelect

UK

#10 Apr 19, 2009
DEXTER wrote:
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For those indians who can't speak Kreol, you must not be in Mauritius. Indians are also Mauritians and must adapt to our culture and must be able to live like us as decent and civilised human beings.
Probably I will disagree here. Mauritian Creole itself is not a language but remains a dialect. The modern generation prefers their kids to read & write another language i.e German, Japanese, Spanish besides English/French ( formal )and their ancestral language. Everybody understands creole though. What do we need more?
Indiaelect

UK

#11 Apr 19, 2009
SYPHO DWALA wrote:
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I agree. The National Language of Mauritius is KREOL.
As you suggested, the Mauritian language is creole, but does everyone speaks it properly? I wonder...actually I doubt that!!!
Habib

Canberra, Australia

#12 Apr 19, 2009
Indiaelect

London, UK

#13 Apr 20, 2009
Habib wrote:
http://escapefromindia.wordpre ss.com/
GOLD
That sums up what I wrote earlier...with 3 Air Mauritius flights to India serving 3 major Indian cities, 500+ Indians are welcome to stay/work/settle in your beloved island every month.
Ankit tripathi

Europe

#16 Nov 22, 2010
It should b what ever the majority wants.
Not by a single person's demands.
Frnds.
Kailash Soni

Europe

#17 Mar 13, 2011
whatever the language of mauritius is, but it can not be denied that a large group, mostly indians still using bhojpuri as mode of communication and this language enjoys as the national language of mauritius.
hello Soni JIm

France

#18 Mar 13, 2011
Kailash Soni wrote:
whatever the language of mauritius is, but it can not be denied that a large group, mostly indians still using bhojpuri as mode of communication and this language enjoys as the national language of mauritius.
Your cacapuri language is just that CACA.

Take it with you and go and speak it in SHITHOLE Motherland or Warsaw. Mauritius' identity is French, Creole, African and not bhojCACApuri.

Can you please to us a favour and translate this into it or Heindou:

Sorry mate, could understand a word of what you wrote, try again but this perhaps in your native tongue so that we use Google to translate it.

Thank you.
DEPORT MALBARS

Melbourne, Australia

#19 Mar 14, 2011
Kailash Soni wrote:
whatever the language of mauritius is, but it can not be denied that a large group, mostly indians still using bhojpuri as mode of communication and this language enjoys as the national language of mauritius.
GET FCCUKKED, YOU BLOODY IDIOT!

this malbar dialect bojpuri can never be accepted as the national language of mauritius.

are you just an imbecile who has escaped the zoo????? malbars must not be selfish. they must share and accept that other kids are also entitled to good education and scholarships.

otherwise, malbars will be sent back to where they can live their lives as animals.
Rahul singh

Dallas, TX

#20 Apr 6, 2011
What is the national languages of mauritius????- i m indian
Rahul singe

Melbourne, Australia

#22 Apr 7, 2011
Rahul singh wrote:
What is the national languages of mauritius????- i m indian
you are in the wrong forum? this forum is not indian forum and mauritius does not belong to indians. Clearly, you are out of order and you can never make your indian lingo as the national language of mauritius.
FRANCOIS TOUSRIST MALBAR

Prahran, Australia

#23 Apr 7, 2011
Rahul singh wrote:
What is the national languages of mauritius????- i m indian
like rahul singe, are you ablack or red indian???

this is the wrong forum as mauritius does not belong to malbars.

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