Panjabi writer from Tral nominated for Samaj Bhushan Sanman award 2018


A Sikh writer from Tral area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district has been nominated for “Samaj Bhushan Sanman” award 2018  for his outstanding contribution in the field of punjabi writing.

Writer Popinder Singh Paras hailing from Gamiraz village of Tral is an Editor at Sheerasa Punjabi, Jammu and Kashmir, academy of Art, Culture and Languages.

Popinder has been nominated to “Samaj Bhushan Sanman” award 2018, which will be given to him on 22nd of November, from Kaave Rangoli Sahitya Lakhempur, Utter Pardesh, for his contribution in the field of translation Punjabi novelette ‘Lahoo De Aansoo’ into Hindi ‘Khoon Ke Aansoo,’ INS reported.

The writer has a long experience in writing and has bagged many awards in  national level many.

Talking to INS, Popinder said that, he’s very happy after he was nominated for this award, which is one of his “big achievements”

He said to INS, “Young writers should concentrate to literature books of eminent writers, threadbare discussion needs to be adopt.


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