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Dogri Sanstha organizes online 'Kahani Goshthi'
1/9/2023 10:20:46 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 9: Dogri Sanstha Jammu organized online 'Kahani Goshthi' in which three prominent short story writers Krishana Prem, Jagdeep Dubey and Rajeshwar Singh 'Raju' presented their short stories. Prof. Lalit Magotra, President Dogri Sanstha presided over the function.
'Kahani Goshthi' started with Rajeshwar Singh 'Raju', who presented his short story 'APNA FARZ' based upon the burning issue of old parents being left by their wards at home in India to make fortunes abroad and ultimately settle there. A young Nepali girl Roopa is purchased through a tout to serve the elderly couple, who treat her well. The old lady wishes to solemnize her marry, keep the couple with them and transfer all their property in her name that bothers the old man. He had accumulated property after all hardships and wished that only his blood relation should own all his belongings after him. In a fit of frustration he rather requests Roopa to go physical with him and give birth to his son so that he may feel content that all his property has gone into hands of his heir.
'PALKHERU' the 2nd story written by Jagdeep Dubey once again proved that he believes in working on the untouched subjects. The plot of the story revolves around the hardships of those four persons who used to carry palki of bride to her in-laws. The emotional story tells about slogans raised thus communicating with each other while moving ahead with palki for a smooth journey.
'IK MALATI', the last short story presented by veteran short story writer Krishana Prem was an interesting journey in Uber Taxi wherein driver tells different anecdotes which helps the writer to connect with him emotionally. The story is witty and revolves around emotions of strange persons who don't know whether they will meet again or not.
While presiding over the function, Prof. Lalit Magotra complemented the short story writers for their amazing plot which were different from each other. He wished that such a start of New Year will really have creative pursuits in future also.
Pawan Verma who conducted the proceedings, extended technical support also for smooth conduct of Kahani Goshthi. The program was watched by many on Facebook page of Sanstha within and outside the country and was well appreciated for the contents of the stories presented by prolific writers.
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