Rubayata is the girl wonder, We often see Athelestes, Musicians, Cricketers coming to the front stage and receving applause from the common people, politicians, but Rubayata is a classic example of “wonder.” She is 14 and has just finished her first novel. Hailing from North Kashmir’s Molugam locality of Kunzar in Baramulla District, it mighgt wonder one, her first novel is in Japanese language.
She is a very calm and peace-loving child,loves to write poems and stories, adores nature, animals and birds and concerns herself with environmental issues like pollution, global warming, green house effects and such. She also enjoys being engaged in solving mathematics and physics problems.
Rubayata Hameed is fascinated by the lifestyle, the education system and the technology of Japan.
“She is inclined to writing Japanese characters and assign them their suitable roles and would play her own written plays with her cousins,” Her mother, Dr Hameeda told The Kashmiriyat.
She further added that Rubayata would write lines for her mother at different occasions be it Mother’s Day, women’s day or any other special day but this time she wrote almost 20 thousand words which was a beautiful novel with a beautiful story worth sharing and publishing.
She completed her first novel titled ‘Wizards X Beasts’ and has been published by notion press.
Speaking to The Kashmiriyat Rubayata Hameed said,”I have always had a passion for writing, for art, for nature, i see everything else is hollow, vague.” She said that the special characters in the Japanese language always fascinated her and drove her to the ‘beautiful’ language.
She said that she is among those rare children who wanted to achieve their career in writing.
She is among few young children to have authored a book at such a tender age.
“i am working on my second novel which will be published in coming months,” She told The Kashmiriyat.
Such talents need encouragement from parents, teachers and department of education as well but more than that the passion of writing needs to be realised. Parents do not merely need to turn their children into machines.