Hussaini Mushaira organized
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 9: The Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages on Saturday organised a Hussaini Mushaira at academy’s headquarters at Lal Mandi in the City.
An official handout said: “Several poets of repute from far off places of Kashmir attended the Mushaira and recited their compositions.”
“Most of the poets highlighted the philosophy of Martyrdom of Imam Hussain (AS) and the message that Karbala carries for humanity,” it added.
“The Musharia was presided over by Hamdam Kaashmiri while Ghulam Nabi Khayal and Muzaffar Eraj were also present.”
In his address Kaashmiri said that Muslims should understand the great sacrifice that Imam Hussain (AS) made for the cause of Islam and should behave accordingly.
Others who participated in the event include Prof Zaman Azurda, Dr Shafaq Sopori, Dr Nazir Azad, and Imdad Saqi.
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