The Hindustan Scouts and Guides in West Bengal celebrated the 22nd of February as their foundation and Thinking Day for Scouts and Guides. This day holds significant importance as it commemorates the joint birthdays of Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, and his wife Olave Baden-Powell, who was the World Chief Guide. The celebration typically involves various activities aimed at promoting the ideals of scouting and guiding, such as community service projects, camping trips, educational programs, and cultural events. It's a time for members to reflect on the values of leadership, service, and camaraderie that scouting and guiding instill. Through these celebrations, the Hindustan Scouts and Guides in West Bengal reaffirm their commitment to the principles of scouting and guiding while fostering a sense of unity and purpose among its members.

Bhasa Dibas, also known as Language Day, is celebrated by Hindustan Scouts and Guides in West Bengal on February 21st each year. This day is significant as it commemorates the recognition and appreciation of linguistic diversity and the importance of languages in preserving culture and heritage. The celebration typically includes various events and activities aimed at promoting linguistic harmony, showcasing the rich linguistic heritage of West Bengal, and emphasizing the significance of language in fostering unity and understanding among people. Participants may engage in activities such as recitations, cultural performances, language-themed competitions, seminars, and workshops focused on the importance of preserving and promoting languages. The observance of Bhasa Dibas serves as a reminder of the need to safeguard and promote linguistic diversity while encouraging respect for all languages and dialects. It also highlights the role of language in shaping identities and fostering communication and understanding within communities.

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