Hindi poetry book ‘Abhivyakti Ke Jharokhe’ released

Renowned writers and poets releasing a collection of poetry in Hindi at KL Saigal Hall in Jammu.
Renowned writers and poets releasing a collection of poetry in Hindi at KL Saigal Hall in Jammu.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Oct 11: Rashtra Bhasha Prachar Samiti, Jammu today released Abhivyakti Ke Jharokhe, a collection of Hindi poetry written by Subhash Anand, renowned painter and State Awardee, here at KL Saigal Hall.
Bhumika Dwivedi, eminent Hindi novelist, intellectual and writer presided over the function while Dr Arvinder Singh Amn, additional secretary, Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages was the chief guest. Didar Singh, Subhash Anand and Prof Bharat Bhushan Sharma, secretary, Rashtra Bhasha Prasar Samiti, were also present in the presidium.
While delivering her presidential address, Bhumika Dwivedi complimented Subash Anand, author of the Book and said that Hindi as a National language contributed a lot in uniting India popularly known as a country of multi cultures, languages, regions. She said that Hindi literature being written in Jammu and Kashmir portrays the same national character and ‘Abhivyakti Ke Jharokhe’ is an addition in Hindi poetry reflecting different shades of life of this modern period.
While addressing the function, Dr Arvinder Singh Amn, said that it’s a pleasant combination that a painter who usually expresses his feelings through colors now tried the medium of writing resulting into production of ‘Abhivyakti Ke Jharokhe’. He further said that both the mediums used in this book not only attracts the reader but also proven to be an extended chapter in the shape of sketches drawn with each poetry justifying the theme of the said book.
Earlier in his welcome address, Didar Singh informed in detail about the activities of Rashtra Bhasha Prachar Samiti and also announced some future activities.
Dr Baljeet Raina, renowned Hindi and Punjabi short-story writer, poet, playwright, critic and teleman presented paper on the Book.
Sunita Bhadwal, Hindi and Dogri writer conducted the proceedings of the programme in a befitting manner and vote of thanks was presented by Prof Bharat Bhushan, former Principal and Hindi writer.