LFB pays homage to Ashmi, Aazar, Aash
Bandipora, Jan 8: To pay homage to three noted poets and scholars, Literary Forum Bandipora (LFB), a sister concern Adbee Markaz Kamraz held a condolence meeting here.
Forum paid tributes to Parvana Ashmi, Moti Lal Aash and Shabir Aazar and highlighted their contribution to the Kashmiri literature and language.
The three renowned poets Ashmi, Aazar and Aash passed away this month. The condolence meeting was presided by noted poet and scholar, Prof Rashid Nazki, who is also the chief patron of AMK and LFB.
Three papers were presented on the life and literary contributions of the deceased poets.
Lauding the role of late poets and scholars, General Secretary LFB, Mansoor Muntazir said, they had served the Kashmiri language and literature with selflessness.
Later on Forum decided to hold a function of January 29 to honor renowned poet, scholar and chief Patron of AMK, Prof Rashid Nazki.
Besides noted poets Mubashir Saleem Nazki, Gul Tanveer, Ghulam Muhammad Zahid, Mir Tariq Rasool, Sufi Showket, Rashid Muztar and Ghulam Hassan Buhroo Tair, a galaxy of poets, writers and artists attended the meeting.
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