Ranchi (By our correspondent): Governor Draupadi Murmu launched a book titled ‘Pluton Pyre’ which has been penned down by IAS officer Nitin Madan Kulkarni and has been co-authored by Gyandeep Kaushal.
Addressing a function organised at the Audrey House on this occasion, she said that despite both of them hailing from separate working spheres it was a great initiative on their part to take out time and write down this book. She said that their effort was an inspiration for such people who make an excuse that they were not able to write as they did not get time. Lauding their hard works she said that study and writing bring out different thoughts and leads to a discussion over where the society was moving.
She said that the books are the core of human existence as by the means of this knowledge of one generation is passed on to another generation and are the most strong medium to express thoughts and feelings. Ms. Murmu pointed out the examples of Ramchartiramanas written by Tulsi Das and Mahabharata by Vedvayas which not influenced people in their time but also in the generations going forward. The governor said that books are also the best tool for entertainment and went on to describe the books as live god which can immediately fulfill the wishes. She said that books are a source of inspiration which inspires people to achieve big in life and said that Geeta played an important role to make Gandhiji a great man.