Aim in life to become a doctor and writer as well, says Subreena; Book is available on ‘Amazon’ and ‘Flipkart’
Anantnag, Dec 26: A 16-year-old girl from Anantnag district has penned her first book, which is based on the ‘poetry’ and was released a month ago.
The book titled as “The Night Whispers of Her” is authored by Subreena Bashir daughter of Bashir Ahmad Mir a resident of Sadoora, area of Anantnag, who is a medico student at Govt Higher Secondary School Vessu, Qazigund and believes that “We need to be dedicated and passionate towards our work and art.”
The book as per the author is the collection of her best poems describing her social experiences, her love for nature and her frustration with the contemporary materialistic world around her.
Subreena while talking with the Correspondent Aijaz Itoo, said that “she was inclined towards writing since her childhood and drawn towards the mystic poems of ‘Kashmiri’ poets such as the “shrucks” of Sheikh Ul Alam, “Vaakhs” of Lal Ded and the Kalaam of Mahmud Gami along with the romantic poetry of “John Keats of Kashmir” Rasul Mir”.
Subreena said that her motive to write this book was to promote and empower the real young talented writers from Jammu and Kashmir who never got acknowledged for their precious work.
Subreena is all praise for her family for supporting her in coming up with the book which is available on online shopping sites including ‘Amazon’ and ‘Flipkart’
Subreen further said that she is looking forward to appearing in the NEET. “I am a science student, and I’m very passionate about becoming a doctor,” she said.
She in her message to the youth of J&K said that parents must support their children in following their field of interest whatever it may be and with hardwork and consistency, everything can be achieved.
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