Dimapur, November 19: “Book of Emotions: Declare” authored by Mongshai Khiamniungan was officially released at Noklak by Hiazu Meru, Deputy Commissioner, Noklak on November 18.
Speaking on the occasion, Meru expressed how in a world dominated by technology and social media, conversations are becoming vague and limited with the use of “emojis and stickers”. Stating “if you don’t believe in something, you will not be able to put it in writing”, he expressed how it is important to write down ideas in the form of writing.
Congratulating the author on her new book, he underscored, “we are celebrating the originality which has become a rare commodity in today’s world”.
In a patron’s note by Songmao M, Women Welfare Officer, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, she said how women in this present generation should consider themselves second to none because everything is possible through dedication, hard work and determination towards our goals.
Mongshai Khiamniungan stated that this book mainly focuses on the art of spoken word poetry.
This is the fourth book written by the author which “channels the emotions of a soul that has been through the smooth and rough tides of life”.
Mongshai Khiamniungan graduated with Masters in English from Dimapur. Her previous books include Book of Emotions (2009), Book of Emotions: Expressions (2012), and “Book of Emotions: Unstained (2017). This fourth book is published by Heritage Publishing House, Dimapur.
Newkhai, President, Khiamniungan Menyiu Hoikam delivered a short speech and the event was moderated by Tangsoi Mono. (Page News Service)