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TRAL — A girl from Tral area of Pulwama district in south Kashmir has managed to write a book with the motive to help youth in mitigating depression.

Nayir Iqbal, daughter of Mohammad Iqbal Reshi, resident of Tral and a BUMS student, authored a poetry book titled ‘Belief’ which “helps the youth to come out from depression.”

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Nayir said that youth nowadays are getting involved in depression, which usually affect their health and education.

She said that one of her friend once remained in depression, following which she managed to write a ‘Ghazal’ for her, which helped her a lot in coming out from the depression.

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“I helped one of my friends to come out from depression after I wrote a GHAZAL for her to read. Later, an idea flashed my mind that I should write more to help more people in combating depression,” Nayir said.

Nayir is interested in calligraphy work as well and has been doing calligraphy for a long time to share the same with the friends and the relatives.

Her calligraphy work is being appreciated on social media, due to which young Nayir is mulling to continue this art as family members of her also hailed all her initiatives.

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It’s pertinent to mention here that more than 12 young writers from Tral have authored books in different languages in the last few years, however, they were not given any support by government.

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