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Jammu“Ek-Sham-Seerat-Ke-Nam” organized by Adbi Kunj

“Ek-Sham-Seerat-Ke-Nam” organized by Adbi Kunj


NL Correspondent

, Dec 20: Adbi Kunj today organized a special literary get together “Ek-Sham-Seerat-Ke-Nam” on the visit of renowned Punjabi poet Prof. “Surinder Singh Seerat” from California (America). Various literary luminaries participated in the programme from the different parts of the State. This special event was presided over by renowned writer and poet Dr. Baljit Singh Raina whereas another renowned literary personality Dr. Harish Kela was the Guest of Honour. While addressing the gathering, Sham Talib thanks Prof. Surinder Singh Seerat and other special visitors of the function. He also threw detailed light on the various aspects of the literary activities of Adbi Kunj during the ongoing year 2018. On the occasion, Prof. Surinder Singh Seerat also threw detailed light on the various activities of the Punjabi literary in California (America). Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Baljit Singh Raina and Dr. Harish Kela shared their views on the role of Adbi Kunj Jammu in the literary field for the 44 years. On the occasion, a composite Mushaira was also held in which poets recited their various kalams in different languages. The poets participated in the meet include Surinder Singh Seerat, Daljit Singh Raina,Iqbal Singh, Aarash Dalmotra, Harish Kela, Bansi Lal, Sarwar Chohan Habeeb, Abdul Jabbar, Mohan Singh Ultaf, Ashok Muntiq, Chand Krishan, Sanjeev Kumar, Ved Uppal, Masoom Kishtwari, Rajeev Kumar, Maharaj Krishan, K.L.Salgotra, Bishan Khak, Raj Kamal, Jaitender Bassan, Uttam Singh Rahi and Sham Talib. The vote of thanks were presented by Aarash Dalmotra, Chairman of the organization.

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