CU students interact with Saifi Sopori
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 13: Students from Central University of Kashmir Tuesday interacted with the prominent nonagenarian mystic poet Saifi Sopori at his residence in north Kashmir’s Sopore town.
The students from CU’s Urdu Department visited Sopore this afternoon to learn about the poet, whose book ‘Sehra Sehra’ was recently released at an impressive function at the University of Kashmir.
The interaction had been arranged by Head of the Department, Prof Muhammad Aslam, through Sopor’s nephew Showket Shafi.
The students were led by Assistant Professor, Urdu Department, Dr Rashid Aziz. They had a long interaction with Sopori, who talked at length about his professional experiences. Sopori later thanked the Head of the Department for organizing the interaction session.
Sopori has earned acclaim for his command over the Urdu language. His recent book is being been widely read in academic circles.
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