Sikkim Poet

1. Sikkim CM Prem Singh Tamang hailed Simeyon Sukita Rai for winning the Poet Idol title in Kathmandu.
2. Tamang praised Rai’s talent, dedication, and passion for poetry and literature.
3. Rai’s victory signifies Sikkim’s literary prowess and inspires budding poets and writers.

Gangtok, May 26: Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang celebrated a significant triumph for the state, congratulating Simeyon Sukita Rai for securing the prestigious Poet Idol title in Kathmandu, Nepal.

In his social media post, Chief Minister Tamang commended Rai’s exceptional talent, dedication, and love for poetry and literature.

He emphasized that Rai’s victory not only brings personal pride but also shines a spotlight on Sikkim, serving as an inspiration for aspiring poets, writers, and artists in the community.

The Poet Idol competition, renowned for its stringent standards and international participation, is highly esteemed in the literary realm.

Rai’s triumph underscores the depth of his creativity, the power of his words, and his steadfast commitment to his craft.

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Chief Minister Tamang noted that winning such a prestigious title is a significant achievement that reflects Rai’s profound creativity, the impact of his words, and his unwavering dedication and perseverance.

Tamang expressed his optimism that Rai’s victory marks just the beginning of a remarkable poetic journey, eagerly anticipating Rai’s future works and contributions to the literary world.

“May this accomplishment be the start of many more accolades on his poetic voyage. We look forward to witnessing how his words will continue to inspire and resonate with audiences both near and far,” Tamang conveyed in his post.