Jammu & Kashmir

Workshop on translation of Punjabi short stories into Kashmiri begins at New Delhi

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NEW DELHI : A three-day workshop on the translation of contemporary Punjabi short stories into Kashmiri was inaugurated today here at Sahitya Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan.

The workshop is being held under the supervision of noted Kashmiri writer and Convener Kashmiri Advisory Board, Sahitya Akademi Dr. Aziz Hajini.

The rendering of representative contemporary short stories of Punjabi language into Kashmiri shall help in adding a new chapter to Kashmiri literature.

The workshop was inaugurated in the presence of Dr. K. Sreenivasarao, Secretary, Sahitya Akademi. He hailed the work being done for the Kashmiri language through its Advisory Board and expressed his pleasure for the participation of young Kashmiri translators in the workshop.

Those who are participating in the three-day workshop include Dr. Joginger Singh Shan, Dr. Riyaz-Ul-Hasan, Yusuf Jahangir, Dr. Nisar Nadeem, Dr. Shabnam Tilgami, Dr. Younus Tavheed, Anjali Kaul, Dr. Ravinder Ravi, Nirdhan Maharaj, Mohammad Shafi Rath and Farooq Shaheen.

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