Jaipur: It is said that the writing of which makes the man complete, in the sea of the mind of the person who writes, there are many waves of thought, which from time to time collide with the rock that comes up as a reader as if it is flowing for them. The reality is that not everyone is adept at writing, but there is really no answer to what happens. The art of writing and the warp of words attracts the reader to it as if the main character of the article or story was the same, and it was on his experience that the story or article was written.
It is a hobby that never becomes an obstacle to your work or profession, whenever you get free time, the handwriting can be given new twists. In a similar way, by taking time out of her busy routine, she has set an example for the entire country, IAS officer Neha Giri, who has written the entire book titled 'Alpha'. Neha Giri, a 2010-batch IAS of Jaipur, Rajasthan cadre, has been in the news ever since she presented her book to Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra. This is being discussed on the country's own multilingual micro-blogging platform, The Koo App, to which Neha Giri posted, "My #पहली book on Hindi/Urdu Shayari 'Alfaz', along with my IFS batchmate Shri Nitin Pramod, while meeting the Hon'ble Governor of #राजस्थान. As the post shows, the book is based on Hindi/Urdu Shayari, which also gives some Hindi meanings of Urdu words for the convenience of readers.
The book is divided into three parts:
The book Alfaz is divided into three parts. The first part is a collection of 'Nazm' poems, which have poems in both Hindi and Urdu languages. The second part 'Guftagu' has Shayari-like questions and answers, with lines by Neha Giri on the left page and Nitin Pramod on the right page in their brilliant Shayarana style. The last part is 'Sher' introduced in 'Salaam'. Some of the compositions in the first part of the existing book are up to 10 years old. The exchange of messages that started from social media is in the form of compositions of the second and third parts.
Writing makes a person perfect:-
Neha Giri believes that if there is a desire to write, then write it down, do not hesitate at all. Take it down on the pages, and see what satisfaction it gets. For Neha too, writing in this world full of parts is like a sadhana, whenever there was restlessness, just picked up the paper and pen and threaded her thoughts into letters. Credit for motivating him to write and reviewing the writing, the IAS officer has given credit to his friend Nitin and his life partner and closest friend Indrajit.