India, November 25 2022: Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), encourages internal talent, and is delighted to inform, that one of their employees, Jyoti Kundar has released her first book on poetry, ‘Mann Ki Ret’ at a two day event recently.
The book was inaugurated by Director General of Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Prof. Sanjay Dwivedi, renowned writer& thinker Prof. Prem Shankar Tripathi and famous literary personality and eloquent speaker Shree Madan Kashyap. Poet Satyaprakash Bhartiya & Amit Ambisht also presented their view on the occasion.
Jyoti Kundar, the poetess, was immensely praised by all invited guests and lauded for penning down such intense poems. BPCL is proud to have such talent in their system.
The inauguration program was conducted by journalist Sushma Tripathi on the first day and Ms. Divya Gupta on the second day. Shri Prakashan’s Vanita concluded the inauguration program by thanking everyone.
The book ‘Mann Ki Ret’ establishes social harmony and soulfulness and reflects upon the pain of the deprived sections of the society which has been depicted with simplicity.
Commenting on the poetry and the poetess, Mr. Tripathi expressed, “It is luck to be human, and it is good luck to be a poet. Jyoti ji has shown her skill by talking about unlimited possibilities in limited words.” In particular, he praised the poems “Kyun” and “Khwab” and thanked “Shri Prakashan” for giving a good poetry book.
Prof. Sanjay Dwivedi said that, “Jyoti ji’s poems are dialogues of the heart and ‘Mann Ki Ret’ has knocked on the field of literature with golden possibilities. Jyoti ji’s poems have performed the duty of a true poet to establish social harmony. Nature has been humanized in these poems. Feelings are the soul of any poem and Jyoti ji’s poems come forth with a clean, bright soul.”
All other guests and renowned stalwarts from the industry shared their views and praises for the book and the poetess.
Jyoti Kunder is also a playback singer who has played in Hindi films like Kaun Sacha Kaun Jhootha, Ek Tha Raja, Sanam Harjai besides popular songs like Bharo Maang Meri Bharo (Sabse Bada Khiladi) as well as in Bhojpuri, Rajasthani and Marathi films.