Poetry meet held in Memorial Museum

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Poetry meet held in Memorial Museum

Sunday, 20 January 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Zara si oth bachata hai usko bujhane se, hawa ke beech bhi Deepak sambhalta rehta hai,” recited poet Zahir Qureshi, who was presiding the monthly poetry conference organized by Open Books online in Dushyant Kumar Memorial Manuscript Museum. The poetry conference was organized here on Saturday. Tilak Raj Kapoor was present as a special guest. He also recited his composition "Khushi hum apni unme baant denge".

The monthly literary symposium of the Bhopal chapter of the Open Books online family was organized in the Dushyant Kumar Memorial Manuscript Museum. The programme was chaired by senior poet Zaheer Qureshi, many senior poets and new literary scripts were recited in the presence of the chief guest, Saurabh Pandey and special guest Ashok Nirmal.

During the conference Saurabh Pandey, Mithilesh Vamankar, Harivalabh Sharma, Seema Hari Sharma,

MI Siddiqui, Vijay Kumar, Manish Srivastava Badal, Charanjit Singh Kukreja, Kamlesh Gul, Pradeep Mani Tiwari Dhruv Bhopali, Arma Sharma, Vijaya Roykar and Santosh Khirwadkar were also present.

At the programme, the transparency of literature was appreciated by awarding some of the writers and poets for their tremendous contribution in mounting up the literature among people.

The poets and writers with their tremendously wonderful writing skills and coping up with the time composed poems of all the genres. Various renowned poets read out their creations and expressed the emotions through the words.

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