New Delhi: “I on behalf of ICMEI, Media and Entertainment Industry and complete art and culture fraternity of India extend my heartiest congratulations to H.E. Paulias Korni High Commissioner of Papua New Guinea and the people of Papua New Guinea on the Independence Day of their country which falls on 16th September,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and Global Literary Festival in the second last session of third day of 7th Global Literary Festival Noida 2021.
“We have requested Laxmi Shankar Bajpai to conduct the interesting program of Mushaira, this is the most awaited event of the day,” said Sushil Bharti thanking all the poets present from different parts of the country. A book titled “Prem Yahin Kahin Hai’ written by Sushil Bharti was released by the dignities.
Dr. Rehman Mussawwir, Mamta Kiran, Nazim Naqvi, Dr Khalid Alvi, Aleena Itrat, Pratap Somvanshi and Laxmi Shankar Bajpai won the hearts of the people by expressing and narrating their popular poems in Hindi and Urdu. Renowned art promoter Dr. Mridula Tanddon presided over the function.
Urdu poetry took the final decisive position in 17th century when Mughals had established their dominion. It was thought by the legends of early India that Shairy should be recited in a gathering of minds with sufficient understanding of the language, so that they may enjoy, criticise, and ultimately appreciate what was recited. They prophesied that this would lead to development of Urdu Shairy, as people will be able to get the ideas of practical poetry in accordance with the demand of public interests and of public betterment informed Dr Rehman Mussawwir.