Ashraf comes up with 2 more books
Srinagar, Nov 3: M. Ashraf, writer and former Director General Tourism, has published two more books. The books are collections of newspaper articles about Jammu and Ladakh.
The books titled “Remembering Jammu” and “Travels in Ladakh” have been published by Gulshan Books and are available in the market. The first book reminisces the days the author spent in Jammu and the other is about his extensive travels to different parts of Ladakh on both sides of Line of Control.
The foreword of the Jammu book has been written by Sushma Choudhary, former Additional Union Secretary and the for the Ladakh book it has been written by Dr. Sidiq Wahid, Director, Institute of Kashmir Studies.
The book on Jammu weaves an inexorable bond of the author with the city and its multi-dimensional and pluralistic culture. Ashraf has spent half his life in Jammu because of the traditional Durbar Move. Ladakh, described as Moonland by many, has been Ashraf’s first love. He has extensively travelled to all its parts. The book would be enjoyable to people who have already visited it and helpful to those who plan to visit it.
Earlier Ashraf had published two books comprising of articles carried by Greater Kashmir in its column ‘Kashmir First.’
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