Goa governor PS Sreedharan Pillai released three books at a function held at the Raj Bhavan. His recently authored three new books namely ‘Heritage Trees of Goa’, ‘When Parallel Lines Meet’, and ‘Ente Priya Kavithakal‘ (‘My Dear Poems’ a collection of poems). Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant inaugurated the event in Panaji, Goa. West Bengal governor CV Ananda Bose unveiled the book ‘Heritage Trees of Goa’, while Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant inaugurated the event. Goa state minister for tourism Rohan Khaunte and Jnanpith winner Damodar Mauzo released two other books: ‘When Parallel Lines Meet’ and ‘Ente Priya Kavitakal’.
About the Books
- ‘Heritage Trees of Goa’ is a book that explores centuries-old heritage trees found in Goan villages and various places of worship, adding to the experience of ‘Goa Sampurna Yatra’.
- The second book, ‘When Parallel Lines Meet’, is a contemporary geopolitical book.
- “The third book named ‘Ente Priya Kavithakal (collection of poems) represents one of the best depictions of nature, art and literature,”
Pillai was the first Governor to undertake and complete the Goa Sampurna Yatra, encompassing over 400 villages across 40 assembly constituencies.