Cultural exchange of Nepali and other literatures

Bharat Nepal Janamaitri Sanskrit Manch one of the most talked about cultural forum of Nepali people in the city organised 3rd International Nepali  literary Symposium at Bharatiya Bhasa Parishad Bhawan , Kolkata.The two days long Symposium was inaugurated by Sri Ganga Prasad Uprety, Chancellor,  Nepal Academy in presence of Sri Bharat Kumar Regmi, Honorable Charge d’ Affairs, Embassy of Nepal, New Delhi, Sri Eak Narayan Aryal, Honorable Consel General of Nepal, Kolkata, Mr.Pabitra Sarkar, Ex. Vice Chancellor of Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata.The forums have been quite successful in raising significant literary issues at the early conferences and the trends in Nepali literature.

Speaking on this occasion Sri Narayan Prasad Homagai, Co-coordinator Bharat Nepal Janamaitry Sanskriti Manch, Kolkata said,“This is our 3rd International Nepali Literary Symposiums. We are organising such symposiums to showcase the high heritage and cultural exchanges of Nepali and other literature.  We are happy to get such dignitaries among us discussing different aspect of Nepali Litreture.

Poets, Literary Experts from Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, and different parts of India joined this conference to discuss on various topics like “Indian sub-continental languages are disappearing from the present world”, “The deference between youth and elderly generation” and “impact of electronic devices on youths”. This literary meet is supported by the Embassy of Nepal in India, B.P.Koirala India-Nepal Foundation and the Nepal Consulate General Office in Kolkata. Also, the Nepali Vyavasayik Committee of Kolkata, Nepal Clearing Handling Agency’s Association and Samyukta Nepali Kendriya Seva Samity are supporting this event.

Literary personalities like Dr. Amar Giri, Dr. Ramji Timilsina, and Prof. Tek Bahadur Chhetri are taking part in the working paper presentations and literary discussions of the symposium. Harihar Sharma, Rajendra Shalav, Raman Ghimire, Radheshyam Lekali, Dr.Diwakar Pradhan, Rajendra Bhandari, Usha Kiran Satyarshi and many other literary figures are representing Nepal, India and others.

A collection of the anthology and a Kabya Sangraha will be released during this event. The name of the Sangraha is “Basanta” and is written by Basanta Chaudhary while ‘Laaj’, the collection of the anthology is by Tikaram Bhitrikoti. A documentary by Tulsi Prabhas will also be screened will be screened during this two days symposium.

 

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