Riveting Poetry Symposium Marks Independence Day Celebrations in River Heights Society

Ghaziabad: River Heights Society witnessed a grand poetic confluence on this auspicious occasion of Independence Day. The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the esteemed guest, Anil Agrawal, a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, followed by the revered poet Raj Kaushik taking the chairmanship.

Subsequently, renowned poets of Veer Ras (Poetry of Valor) genre mesmerized the audience with their recitations, conveying the sagas of India’s brave martyrs and sacrifices for the motherland. Through their verses, they touched the hearts of the listeners, recounting tales of how young souls laid down their lives for the protection of Bharat Mata, enduring countless hardships and making untold sacrifices for the cause of freedom. The event aimed to instill a sense of patriotism and honor in the upcoming generation by familiarizing them with the struggles of their forefathers.

Subodh Tyagi, the convener of the event, expressed gratitude and honored the poets for their enlightening contributions. This occasion also recognized the talents of poets like Avneesh Samarath, Vikas Tyagi, Monu Madhukar, Mohit Saurabh, Swadesh Yadav, Rajnish Tyagi, and Vaibhav Sharma, who passionately recited their compositions. The attendees, encompassing hundreds, pledged to impart values of patriotism and respect for the nation’s heroes to their children, ensuring that their lives are enriched by the inspiring tales.

With expressions of gratitude echoing, the poetic symposium concluded, leaving behind a renewed spirit of nationalism and devotion among all present.

Umesh Kumar

Umesh is a senior journalist with more than 15 years of experience. Freelance photo journalist with some leading newspapers, magazines, and news websites and is now associated with Local Post as Consulting Editor

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