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Pampore boy pens ‘World Fallen Apart’

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Pulwama, Mar 04: A 19-year-old boy from Pampore area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district has added his name to the list of budding novelists of Kashmir valley by penning down the book "World Fallen Apart".

The young author, Mir Saqib Farooq, is fond of sketching imaginary characters as he has shaped those characters in his book. "The book covers topics such as education system of Kashmir valley, realization of dreams, complexities and day-to-day struggles of common people,” Saqib told Kashmir Images.

“I started writing the book after passing my 12th and it took me nearly three months to complete it. The book was published by Delhi based ‘Blue Rose Publication’ in June 2018,” he said.

“I have received many emails from my readers and their response was quite fascinating,” added Saqib.

Saqib has done his schooling from Delhi Modern Public School and pursued his secondary education from Muslim Education Institute Pampore. He is now preparing for Common Admission Test (CAT) and hopes to make a carrier in Aerospace engineering.

“I am looking forward to write another novel which would be centered on humanity issues of the contemporary times,” said Saqib.

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