Young author unfurls Tricolor

 January 26 2016,  17.39 PM IST || Pocket Press Release

15-year-old Ms. Insiya Patanwala,  author of fantasy fiction novel unfurled the Tricolor flag at the sprawling Manavsthal housing complex, Andheri (East), on India's 66th Republic Day.

Insiya was Chief Guest at the Housing complex, attended by society members including children and women.

In her brief speech, Insiya, narrated about her novel  ESOTERICA, first of the series which has four parts. She told the gathering about the secret of writing the novel at a tender age of 11. She said, "I spend most of my time in my room putting ideas on a rough pad and later with my mother's help wrote and rewrote, this took me just two years to complete my first novel."

Mrs. Sudha, moderator, reminded the gathering that she completed her novel while attending her school and daily studies got ESOTERICA published.

The soft spoken girl is fully involved in literary and creative art forms and has penned

scores of – Poems from a tender age of 7. To her credit she also got published her well written poems in reputed journals. She also enjoys painting and penning down sketches during her spare time.

While another women, Advocate-Professor Mrs. Maya Panjabi, unfurled the tricolor at

The Janata Shishu Chaupal, Chirag Nagar, Ghatkopar (west), Mumbai. She has been 

religiously attending all the national programmes including Independence Day, Gandhi  Jayanti (October 2), Jayaprakash Narayan Jayanti (October 11) amongst others.

While at Maharashtra College, Arts, Science & Commerce, Mumbai Central, college

Principal Dr. Sirajuddin Chougle,
 unfurled the tricolor in the college premises.
Dr Chougle also addressed the students and NCC members on the occasion

Young author unfurls Tricolor

Young author unfurls Tricolor

Young author unfurls Tricolor