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Vishwa Hindi Diwas celebrated in Kathmandu

10 January 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Embassy of India, Kathmandu in association with Central Hindi Department, Tribhuvan University celebrated Vishwa Hindi Diwas at Hotel Yak and Yeti on Friday.

Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration, Hridayesh Tripathi graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.

Charge d’Affaires Dr. Ajay Kumar read the message of Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, according to a statement issued by Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.

On the occasion, the special issue of the research journal ‘Sahityalok’ of Central Hindi Department, Tribhuvan University was released.

In addition, two Hindi books and two Nepali books (all published under the support of B. P. Koirala India-Nepal Foundation and Embassy of India, Kathmandu) were also released during the event.

These books include Nepali translations of five famous stories of world-famous Hindi story writer Premchand translated by the students of Hindi Department of Tribhuvan University and one famous book of Swami Vivekananda ‘Karmayog’ translated in Nepali.

While in Hindi translations, two books were released namely “Ashwathama”, a poetic play written originally in Nepali by Poet Laureate (Rashtra Kavi) of Nepal Madhav Prasad Ghimire and “Utkrishta Kahaniyan”, a collection of 25 modern Nepali stories written by young and upcoming Nepali story writers and selected by a media outlet through an all Nepal story writing competition.

Publish Date : 10 January 2020 17:46 PM

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