Mangaluru: Book of collection of poems by Rohini Salian released

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Sep 26: Kannadiga Patrakartara Sangha Maharashtra advisory committee member, advocate B Mohiddin Mundkoor released a book titled Divyangane consisting of the collection of poems written by Rohini J Salian, senior member of the advisory committee of the sangha and Mumbai high court advocate. The programme was held at the Ratna Nivas, Hoigebail here on Sunday September 24 evening. 

B Mohidin Mundkoor said that organizations last if their intentions and principles are good. Rohini Salian said that the attachment of Kannadigas who have migrated to other states is commendable. “The collection of poems has gained importance by the foreword by Dr Sunita M Shetty,” she said.

Patrakartara Sangha president Rons Bantwal welcomed and said that this is a good day for the sangha. “The sangha has remained strong as advocate Salian has filled it with strength, corrected and nurtured it. It is the greatness of the sangha to have published the poems of Salian with valiant personality,” she said.

Honorary secretary of Patrakartara Sangha, Sa Daya gave details of the book, congratulated the author, compered the programme and said that the sangha has become strong when it is on threshold of completing 15 years. He said that the service to literature by the sangha is praiseworthy.

Entrepreneur Suresh Kotian and Mamata Kotian were present. Member Arif Kalkatta proposed a vote of thanks.


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