Bisma Ayoub from Bota Kadal, LalBazar in Srinagar added her name in India’s World Record and got an entry in India Book Of Records and Profile of International Talents and intellectuals as the first girl from Jammu and Kashmir to publish an anthology with an objective of promoting 28 writers with her.
“THE CREATIVE MINDS” that has become the first anthology from Kashmir that made Bisma ”The Trendsetter of Anthology ” in the valley.
Bisma Ayoub has co-authored many books apart from her own Anthology like Forever Shinings, Pride, Caffeinated Emotion, Fragile thoughts etc. Besides her writing passion Bisma is pursuing Dental Technician course from Dental College, Srinagar.
“I have started my writing journey back in 2013, and I never thought that this small interest will grow stronger with time and will turn me into an Author. I have never kept myself bounded to any limits, I explored myself in this field and Alhamdulillah today i can write in Urdu, English and Kashmiri as well.” Said Bisma while talking to The Kashmir Radar.
“Working on anthology was an initiative of a Social Work that how a writer can help his/ her fellow writer to grow and prosper as we all start from zero and should start from there only. With this mindset i recently registered my NGO ” Sha’Ma (from darkness to light) ” in which we will be helping people to earn on their own so that they can feed themselves and their families.” Says Bisma.
“Making a name in India’s World Record, India book of Records and Profile of International Talents and Intellectuals isn’t an easy job it might be a three Tagline profile but actually is the pain and hardwork of seven odd years. It was a next level happiness for me and my family to hear this news.”
“I recently published my second book “Mukhtasar” (A short journey of pain), which is a complete collection of poetries. And I have not given any title to the poems in this book as I want the feelings and emotions to be free atleast in the book. No limitation, no taglines and no boundaries. This book is dedicated to everyone out there who loved, who lived and who left.” Said Bisma.
Bisma concluded with a message for young writers, “Your dream, goal, aim or whatever you name it, needs your time, dedication, hardwork, smartwork and your faith of doing it, no matter how many failures, rejections or criticism you face. Just keep the good work up with good intentions.”