Write Hyderabad is organizing a Diary Writing Event on the 9th of June, at Hyatt Place to give impetus to the art of writing and encourage people to continue the art. The contest aims to bring out our participant's hidden talent and expression. We asked each participant to share an extract from their diaries through a video or simply their writing, which the judges then decide upon. Our main concern is to encourage the public as opposed to instilling a sense of competition among the participants.
'Write Hyderabad' was created by Monica Jain and is an initiative to bring like-minded people, pen, and paper lovers together. It is an initiative to acknowledge the art and habit of writing and expressing through words. Sadly, the good old-fashioned practice of putting pen to paper has lost its allure. Through this event, we have taken a small step to support and further nurture this art of writing. Sudha Jain has been extremely supportive from day one and is associated with Write Hyderabad. Namit Jain, Monica Jain's husband contributed a lot and has been of immense support.
Human beings have long been fond of jotting things down but in today's increasingly digital world, the notepad has been replaced by the smartphone.
Why is writing down your thoughts more important? It is probably because, in the process of writing, feelings and emotions become clearer and hidden thoughts come to the surface to bring a more complete light to the situation.
Psychological reasons for how writing things down can change your life include:-
Writing down your thoughts gives you a chance to explore dreams that we may not wish to share with others.
It clears our mind for higher level thinking.
It gives you a record of the past.
You gain a sense of achievement.
It helps you think big and makes you more committed.
Reading and writing are life skills that everyone should have the opportunity to learn.
Why "WRITE HYDERABAD"?
As a Graphologist, I feel a strong connection with pen and paper. Being a Graphologist I love to read between the lines. I love to write my diary too and share my experiences with my students. So, I just had an idea to create such event.
Monica Jain has been a practicing Graphologist for the past 12 years and uses effective and efficient methods of teaching handwriting while focusing on the individual needs of each student.
She has completed her Masters in Graphology from International Handwriting Institute and herJ3.A in Economics.
Her experience includes organizing a variety of professional workshops at many schools and events.
She conducts teachers training programmes on handwriting and signature, having received a professional award in education.
There are some who are silent and gracious contributors. These are modest supporters who provide moral help to the curators. I have two such strong support systems, one of whom is Mr. Namit Jain, my husband, and CEO of Power Controls India, who is also an Access Consciousness Bars Facilitator. Another one is Mrs. Sudha Jain, Mrs. Hyderabad, Mrs. India Asia Pacific, 1st Runner-up, Mrs south zone contest winner 2016, and has received a Women Achiever Award.
Our esteemed judges for the event are Mrs. Shashi Gupta, the principal of Vidhyanjali School, and Mr. Dinesh Jain, a senior journalist and former reporter. The guests of honor inckide Tejdeep Kaur Menon, Additional Director General of Police, Prashant Jain, Author of the book Vitamin G', Jaya Hiranandani, and Sanjeev K.R.