Governor N N Vohra today released the first ever Literary Diary in Kashmiri written by prominent poet, researcher and critic Satish Vimal.
The Diary entitled "Chope Saete Kath Baath" (A conversation with silence) was released by the Governor today afternoon at Rajbhavan in Srinagar.
The Station Director of Radio Kashmir Srinagar and a painter Syed Humayon Qaisar who designed the cover of the book was also present on the occasion.
This diary records writers' views on the issues concerning the existence of mankind and the issues related to literature and its relevance. It deals with the subjects like morality and literature, synchronization of literary expression with the change of human behaviour as a result of change of times, and responsibility of literature towards the dignity of co-existence, a statement here said.
It also deals with subjects like promotion of literature and the role of volunteer organizations, relationship between reading and writing, issues challenging the credibility and authenticity of literary criticism, etc.
Speaking on the occasion, the Governor hailed the efforts of Vimal in introducing this genre of literature in Kashmiri.