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World-Renowned National Poets enthralled LPU Students

Punjab Tribune Bureau | September 04, 2019 05:34 PM

While entertaining, awakened students to live a heroic, devoted, disciplined, patriotic, connected and socially useful life

The occasion was poetic presentations 'Kavya Dhara - Ek Sham Shayri, Kavita aur Thahakon Ke Naam'

Visiting poets were Dr Nawaz Deobandi, Dr Jagbeer Rathee, Dr Shyam Vashishtha and Padmini Sharma

Students gained encouragement, erudition and inspiration amid non-stop entertainment

 Jalandhar: Internationally famed four national poets reached LPU Campus, where they enthralled thousands of LPU students at densely packed Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium. While entertaining students, the poets also awakened them to live heroic, devoted, disciplined, patriotic, family-oriented, connected and socially useful life. The occasion was poetic performances for the unique programme 'Kavya Dhara - Ek Sham Shayri, Kavita aur Thahakon Ke Naam'. Visiting poets were Dr Nawaz Deobandi from Saharanpur (UP), Dr Jagbeer Rathee from Jind Haryana, Prof Dr Shyam Vashishtha from Bhiwani and Dr Padmini Sharma from NCR Gurugram. LPU students gained encouragement, erudition and inspiration amid non-stop poetic entertainment through all four of them.

Appreciating the study environs at LPU all of the poets noun-marked it as “Taj Mahal” of education in both deeds and built up. Seeing multi-culture at the campus, they admitted poetically that fragrance of the whole of the nation blows here. They also held unanimously that the future of poems and recitations is very secure and sound at LPU which stands vivacious with the national and international young generation. Poets advised students to ever hold aloft the flag of their alma-mater by upholding true teacher-taught relations. LPU Chancellor Ashok Mittal, Pro-Chancellor Rashmi Mittal honoured the elite poets and poetess. 

Opening the poetic outpourings, Dr Padmini reflected various shades, sides and roles of women and their emotions through her profound and sensitive poetry. As an image of Indian culture, the thoughtful poetess touched the hearts of all when she orated out the modern woman as victorious on all fronts. In the Hindi language, she asserted: “Choori, bindi or Mahavar hee Mera shringar nahin; Naam Padmini hae mera per Johar Mera Kaam Nahin”. She was pointing out towards all active, educated, literate, and non-conservative modern women. She also received lots of affection from the audience for her melodious poems “main bharat ki naari hu” and “mora saanvariya na samjhe mera dard”. 

Similarly, presenting expressive, meaningful and significant poetry in rhythms and rhymes; Dr Raathi inspired students with poetry on Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Mother Tongue, Elder ones in the family and about duties of the younger generation. His couplet “Sir cut Jaaye per desh se dagga kaammaaeye naa….Maa-Baap kaa Sir Jhukaaeye Naa” was applauded much.  Prof Dr Shyam told students that the works of poets are very difficult. His couplet, in this regard, “Apne Jakhmon ke dard kee parvaah kiye biger, Kalejaa Chahiye auron ko hasaane ke liye” was liked and well received by all. An inspiration for new generation, Dr Deobandi conveyed specified ideas through romantic poetry. Being much imaginative and suggestive, he inspired students to take education at the campus as worship; be its true worshippers; and, to go out of the campus as the best human beings. His lines “Hum Padhe Likhon ko to Insaan Hona Chahiye” and “Aaoo sbhi Id Deewali Mil Ker Manaayen” were appreciated with thundering claps. 

    

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