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Temjen Imna Along launches book ‘A year of Inspiration’ by Nyambemo Lotha Naga

The author, Nyambemo Lotha Naga, is a postgraduate in History from NEHU, Shillong, and is a native of Shaki village under Wokha district, Nagaland.

A book titled “A year of inspiration” written by Nyambemo Lotha Naga and published by Heritage Publishing House was officially launched by Minister for Higher and Technical Education and Tribal affairs Temjen Imna Along at D’café in Kohima in Nagaland.

“A year of inspiration” is a collection of 365 quotes encompassing various aspects of life that have been composed and documented over nine years by the author, mostly based on personal experiences.

The book was written on the principle that most of us either don’t get the time or make the time to consume long write-ups, but any literate individual can make some time to read a quote a day that contains fewer words with much meaning morale, hence, brevity- the central theme of the entire book.

The author, Nyambemo Lotha Naga, is a postgraduate in History from NEHU, Shillong, and is a native of Shaki village under Wokha district, Nagaland.

He said that he started writing as a hobby in his Shillong days and it was in the year 2019 when he met with a fatal car accident and God gave him a second chance to live.

Lotha is also a former student leader, now an educator, entrepreneur, and founder of a CSO called “Change Initiative” based in Wuzhuro town under the Wokha district.

First Published: 14th August, 2022 11:52 IST

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