Dhian Singh honoured in ‘Sahre Maanyog’ at his native village Batehra

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Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages inaugurated the series of programme ‘Sahre Maanyog’ honoring Dhian Singh, eminent Dogri writer, scholar, folk artist today at his native village Batehra, Jammu.
Narsingh Dev Jamwal, prominent Dogri poet, play writer, poet and artist presided over the function while Dr Krishan Lal, MLA Chhamb and Dogri poet was the chief guest. Dhian Singh and Dr Arvinder Singh Amn, Additional Secretary, J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages were also present in the presidium.
While speaking on the occasion, Dhian Singh
congratulated J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages for initiating this series of programme ‘Sahre Maanyog’ and said that such series of programme will leave an impact on the youth in particular and common folk in general.
Dhian Singh was also honored on the occasion and Dr Yash Pal Nirmal also presented a research paper on life and contribution of Dhian Singh.
The proceedings of the programme were conducted by Ashok Gupta, editor Dogri while vote of thanks was presented by Dr Yash Pal Nirmal, Assistant Editor, Dictionary.
The poets who recited their poems included Dhian Singh, N D Jamwal, Prof Lalit Magotra, Darshan Darshi, Gianeshwar Sharma, Mohan Singh, Shivdev Singh Susheel, Surinder Sagar, Randhir Singh Raipuria, Narinder Singh Chib, Puran Chander Sharma, Joginder Lal, Kewalm Kumar Kewal, Shamsher Singh, Susheel Begana, Prem Nath Radha.
Prominent those who were presented on the occasion included Sarpanch Balbir Singh Langeh, Sarpanch Bhawishan Singh, Master Sham Singh, Master Ajit Singh and others.

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