Two Famous Books Launched At Allama Iqbal Open University
Sumaira FH 9 months ago Mon 16th April 2018 | 03:11 PM
Two famous books, 'Chargh Zar, written by Akhtar Usman and 'Jo Surat Nazar Aayee' by Farooq Adil were launched at the Adabi conference held here at Allama Iqbal Open University.
ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 16th Apr, 2018 ) :Two famous books, 'Chargh Zar, written by Akhtar Usman and 'Jo Surat Nazar Aayee' by Farooq Adil were launched at the Adabi conference held here at Allama Iqbal Open University.
The launching ceremony of Chargh Zar was presided over by renowned writer IftIkar Arif which also addressed by the Qasim Yaqub and Manzar Naqvi, besides the Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui, a press release said on Monday.
They eulogized the effort of Akhtar Usman, presenting poetry and ghazal in unique fashion that attracted a large number of art-lover. The ceremony launching of book ' Jo Surat Nazar Aayee' was addressed by the eminent columnists and writers Khurshid Nadeem, Muhammad Hameed Shahid and Junaid Azar.
T The book has unveiled some new information and activities of the important personalities which are not earlier brought on the record, they added. The literary contribution of both the writers is highly praise-worthy, said Dr Shahid Siddiqui in his concluding remarks.
He thanked the participants for making the three-day literature carnival highly successful. On the concluding day, there was a panel-discussion on the role of literature and social media in construction of the society.
Those who participated in the deliberations included renowned writers Iftikhar Arif, Wajaht Masood, Zahida Hina, Manzar Naqvi, Fatima Hasan and Khurshid Nadeem. The Adabi Conference was the part of Literature carnival that has been made an annual feature in promoting literature and language in the society's reformation.
Besides other activities, there were also special talks on poetic work of saint poet Mian Muhammad Baksh, Sheikh Ayaz and Zaitoon Bano, a strong pakhtoon voice. The participants praised high the Vice Chancellor and his team for promoting the University's role in addressing the socio-economic issues of the society. They hoped other educational institutions will follow the same.