Srinagar (NVI): Far from guns and bullets, a Class 7 student from South Kashmir’s Anantnag district is a new inspiration as he is writing short stories for the benefit of society.
Tabin Reyaz son of Reyaz Ahmed Bhat, a resident of Hassan-Noor Village in Ashmuqam area of Anantnag, who studies in Class 7 but writes terrific biography and about challenges he faces in daily life in the form of short stories that have already attracted many writers in the district. His family is feeling proud of their son for his efforts at such a young age.
Speaking to NVI, Tabin Reyaz said that since childhood, he was interested in General Knowledge and all the time he would use his pen to write about important events that took place around him.
“Last year, a quiz competition was organised at my school and I was very much confident that I would get first position but I failed to grab the first slot. Later, I wrote a short story on overconfidence and mentioned how overconfidence mars students and other people in their life,” he said, adding that “Many teachers at my school praised me for my write up.”
After abrogation of Article 370 and COVID-19 triggered lockdown, Tabin said that he got ample time to write on various topics. “My recent short story has been published. It was on the subject of Teaching,” he added. “I mentioned parents are responsible for both good and bad things in their children.”
He further said that it is the duty of parents to change and transform their children from an early age so that they can become responsible citizens in future.
“I am sure that my short stories can help all teachers, parents as well as students in their life,” he told NVI. “I am also interested in business as well and I want to become a software engineer. Everyone, my parents and my teachers are supporting me for achieving my goal.”
In his message to the young boys and girls of Kashmir, Tabin said, “My message is that work hard to fulfill your dreams and use everything in a positive way. Whosoever struggles can win. Success lies in the struggle.”