Young writer from Kulgam nominated for Kalam’s golden award 2021
Her book “The Davy” registered under golden book of world records
Anantnag, Feb 02 (KNO): A 16-year-old girl from South Kashmir’s Kulgam district has been nominated for the prestigious Kalam’s golden awards 2021 as the best writer of the year.
Bushra Nida, a resident of Kanipora hamlet in Kulgam district has so far written two books namely “Tulips of Feelings” and “The Davy” and is writing her third book on equation E= mc².
While talking to news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Bushra said that she is very happy that she has been nominated for International Kalam’s Golden awards 2021.
“I am hopeful that I will win this award,” she said0 The award is set to be declared on 20 February.
“My ist book Tulips of feeling got registered in India Book of Records as a soulful poem by teenager and my second book The Davy, ist poetry book on the periodic table, has got registered under Golden Book of World Records and Asia Book of Records,” Bushra said.
“A world famous writer namely M R Pandey with six world records has also written my biography under title Siraj-e-Kashmir,” she said.
Bushra said, The Davy, a book of 80 pages, is based on properties of all elements of the periodic table in poetry just like rhymes which are very easy to remember for students.
“I am writing my third book on equation E= mc² in a unique way,” she said.
“I prefer to write on science topics and write to discover what I know. I am very ambitious about my contribution to scientific knowledge and I believe that either write something worth reading or do something worth writing,” Bushra said.
Kalams Award is named after the 11th President of India and aerospace scientist A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. It is awarded in recognition of contributions on scientific development, humanities and students’ welfare—(KNO)