Hunar, an interactive session among various artists, scholars, writers, civil service officers and budding artists of north Kashmir was held at Pattan on Sunday.
The interactive programme organised by an entrepreneur and owner of Coffee Xpresso and Grill, Muzaffar Mohammad and Abul Qayoom from Pattan, where many artists and writers narrated their journey in their respective fields.
On the occasion, Aijaz Hussain Malik, District Information Officer Baramulla said that north Kashmir possessed an extraordinary talent, which he said needs to be showcased.
He during the event interacted and listened to the life experiences of various participating artists and writers.
“A person can become successful only when he will follow his dream with honesty. I see a lot of artists, writers, singers, academicians here, which even inspired me to follow my creative bent,” Malik said.
Writer and author, Hamid Rather also shared his experiences regarding his first book titled “Marginalisation in Kashmir” with the participants.
“It was a part of my research during my university days and after passing my masters I thought to study this topic deeply. The subject gave me an insight about various marginaliased groups with our valley and their problems, which needs attention at most,” he said.
Sagar Nazir, famous Kashmiri poet during the event recited his few couplets and urged participants to revive Kashmiri language.
Rababist Yawar Nazir also shared his life experience with the participants and played his composition of Kashmir music.
The event was also attended by calligraphy artist, Arif Badoo, academician, Isaq Rather, scholar Farhat Lone and painter, budding singers.