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Frontlist | Rama Takshak’s book launched at Rabindranath Tagore varsity

Frontlist | Rama Takshak’s book launched at Rabindranath Tagore varsity
on Jan 20, 2021
Frontlist | Rama Takshak’s book launched at Rabindranath Tagore varsity
The new book ‘Jab Maa Kuch Kehti Main Chup Reh Sunta’ by Rama Takshak was released on Tuesday, in a programme held at Rabindranath Tagore University. The event was organised by AISECT Publication in a joint event of Vanmali Srujan Peeth, Overseas Indian Literature and Culture Research Center, Faculty of Humanities and Languages, Tagore World Arts and Culture Center, Rabindranath Tagore University under Vishwarang. Takshak is the National Director of Vishwarang International Events in Netherlands. Rama Takshak is one of the personalities who has maintained the charm of Hindi in abroad. He not only write but also gather writers around the world, organize seminars and maintain an active environment in favor of Hindi. In this Hindi poetry book, mother has been represented as a symbol of love, kindness, compassion and kind heart. In Rama Takshak, this symbol of mother spreads to the realm of the wider humanity where it extend  sensations through many images from nature and society to history.  His collection should be read as compositions of representative creators of diaspora. On this occasion, Chancellor of Rabindranath Tagore University Santosh Choubey said that the Pravasi Bharatiya Literature and Culture Research Center, Language Education Center, Translation Center has been established in Rabindranath Tagore University. It is the dirst event under this centre. Soon, workshops and seminars will be organized at international level and creative works will be edited for migrant literature and litterateurs. On this occasion, Marion Riders, a resident of the Netherlands, expressed his  thoughts on Indian affinity. Various renowned poets and writers were present on the occasion.
  Source: The Pioneer

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