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JAMMU: Two-day All India Hindi Writers Conference organised by Jammu Kashmir Academy of Art Culture and Languages, concluded here on Saturday at Abhinav Theatre Jammu.
In the first paper reading session, Koshika Sharma, Scholar Department of Hindi University of Jammu presented her paper on topic ‘Jammu Kashmir Ka Hindi Kavya: 2017’ and Dr Mukesh Rajput presented her paper on ‘Jammu Kashmir ka Hindi Upanayas: 2017’.
Prof Nirmal Vinod, eminent Hindi, Dogri, Punjabi poet, scholar and writer presided over the programme and Prof P.N Trisal, Senior most Kashmiri and Hindi Writer and Academician was also present in the presidium as panelist.
While addressing the audience, Prof Nirmal Vinod complemented Koshika Sharma and Dr Mukesh Rajput for presenting their research papers projecting the social issues through the Hindi poetry and novel written in 2017 in Jammu and Kashmir.
Prof P.N Trisal said that Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art Culture and Languages deserve all appreciation for organising Hindi Writers Conference of national level regularly since few years which succeeded in creating the literary aura in Jammu region.
Reeta Khadyal, Editor Hindi JAKAACL conducted the proceedings of the sessions.
In the next session Dr Aruna Sharma presented her paper on ‘Jammu Kashmir key Hindi Sahitya ko Sthaniya Sansthaon ka Yogdaan: 2017’.
Prof Shiv Nirmohi, prominent Dogri and Hindi writer, poet, research scholar and historian presided over the session while Rajinder Upadhyay Hindi Poet from Delhi was also present in the presidium as panelist.
Rattan Basotra, Editor Dogri JAKAACL conducted the proceedings of this session.
The two-day conference concluded with Hindi Kavya Goshthi.
Prof Chanchal Dogra and Prof Nirmal Vinod were present in the presidium.
The poets who participated in the poetry session include Rajender Upadhyay, Pranjal Dhar from Delhi, Dr Madhumangal Chaturvedi from Lucknow, Nida Nawaz from Kashmir, Adarsh Malhotra from Kathua, Kusum Sharma Antra from Udhampur, Vinod Kumar Gupta, Sham Bihari Juneja, Anila Singh Charak, Bindya Raina Tikoo, Sonia Upadhyay, Maharaj Krishan Bharat, Manoj Sharma, Sheikh Mohd Kalyan, Sudhir Mahajan, Krishan Kumar Sharma, K. Shakti Singh, Vikram Sahi, Bhagwati Devi and Sunil Sharma from Jammu.
Among those who were present included Prof R.L Shant, Dr Kiran Bakshi, Prof N.D Jamwal, Mohan Singh, Santosh Sangra, Prof Rajkumar, Dr Om Goswami, Suman Pal, Inderjeet Kesar, K.K Shakir, Dedar Singh, Prof O.P Dwivedi, Balwinder Singh, Sitaram Sapolia, Shashank Chowdhary, Hindi students from MIER and Parade College including scholars from Department of Hindi University of Jammu, Central University and SMVDU.
Bindya Raina Tikoo and Reeta Khadyal jointly conducted the proceedings of the concluding session.
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