Raju’s book ‘Astitva’ released

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Mar 25: ‘Astitva’ a collection of 18 articles in Hindi on art and culture written by eminent English, Dogri and Hindi writer, Rajeshwar Singh ‘Raju’ was released here today on Notion Press.
‘Astitva’ that means existence is based upon the focal point of creating awareness among the inhabitants of pious land of Duggar Pradesh to preserve and promote their mother tongue Dogri and regional cultural traditions.
The contents therein all the articles of the book advocate about our existence as Dogra and inspire us to have a pride for our identity.
The title page of the book, a symbolic one is designed by Mrinailini Singh.
Through these write-ups, the writer says that it is the high time that we should realize our role to preserve our language, culture and promote it so that it should not be limited to historical references only.
Rajeshwar Singh ‘Raju’ has been writing in Hindi, Dogri and English languages for the last 32 years. About 1000 articles written by him in English, Hindi & Dogri languages have been published in different leading national and regional newspapers and magazines.