Jahangeer Ganaie

Meet Asrar ul Haq who released his first book “Breeze” on Friday

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Pulwama: Hailing from a remote Tral Bala village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, a young writer created history of sorts when he released his first book on Friday.
Asrar ul Haq son of Sheikh Abdul Rashid resident of Tral bala (Upper town Tral) released his book ‘Breeze’ at a function organized at ‘Future Vision Model School’ Tral on Friday.
Asrar said that writing was his passion and he started writing when he was a student of 8th standard.
“My morale witnessed a boost when my first poem was published in a leading newspaper of valley and at that time I was student of class 9th,” he said.
“Breeze is the part of the collection that has been written by me since I was in class 8th. This book comprises of 31 poems and my focus was to portray nature,” he said.
“The motive of my book is to make people aware about the beauty of nature, how it nourishes and teaches us to be better individuals,” Asrar added.
Asrar who has passed his 12th class examination last year from boys higher secondary Tral said that he is presently focusing on his career as he in engaged in preparations for various entrance examinations besides continuing with my writing.
“My Parents especially my father, teachers and friends encouraged me to write on different topics and I kept on writing on daily basis,” he said while adding that my friends suggested me to give a shape to my best writings in form of a book and somehow I managed to give it a form of a booklet,” he said.

Jahangeer Ganaie

Jahangeer Ganaie is a reporter and covers regional news and can be contacted [email protected]

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