Tral is in news again. This time because of this teenage author

Tral: Sub district Tral continues to shine as 12 years old Touyiba Binti Javaid of Dadsara village has authored her first book titled as ‘Luna Spark & The Future Telling Clock’
After writing this imaginative book, she became one of the youngest authors of the Kashmir. 
Touyiba is presently a 7th class student at DPS Srinagar, who has a lot of interest in writing stories and poems, besides study.
She said that her book ‘Luna Spark’ is based on imagination and characters in her book (novel) are actually cats with different names.
Inspired by Geronimo Stilton and her grandfather for writing this Novel, Taouyiba has thanked them wholeheartedly for their role in making her dreams fulfilled. Besides that, she gave credits to Abajan, Ami, his brother and other relatives.
While giving message to aspiring writers, she said that every writer should write with full confidence & fervour to chase the dreams.
It is pertinent to mention here, Touyiba has written many poems so far, which are yet to be published.
Her parents talking to media expressed happiness and said that they are going to help their daughter in each and every phase of life to get her dreams fulfilled.


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