The pen became my sword, I am not afraid of anyone. Regardless of the consequences, I make a home pageant. I, the pilgrim of the Agnipath, hold the fire. I do Karma Karma, for the benefit of country, religion and society. This is to say of Ayurvedic physician Dr. Ravindra Kumar Varma, resident of Jashpur, Chhattisgarh. He has been fighting for the honor of Hindi for two decades. His struggle can be gauged from the fact that he wrote a thousand letters to the Central and State Government to get the marks written in the books of government schools of Chhattisgarh written in Devanagari script. As a result, marks were printed in the Devanagari script from the previous session in elementary education from first to fifth grade. The government also wrote a letter to Dr. Verma informing about this. In 1994, Hindi issues were disappeared from books.