Littérateurs commend Nepal, Bangladesh ties

- RASTRIYA SAMACHAR SAMITI, Kathmandu
Poet Manjul said Bangladeshi people share feelings of brotherhood that reflect in their writings.

May 3, 2018-A group of Nepali creative writers and poets, Nepal’s Ambassador to Bangladesh and Bangladesh Parliament Deputy Speaker hailed social and cultural ties between the two countries at a literary event held in Dhaka.

Bangladesh-Nepal Friendship Association hosted a delegation from the Nepal Creative Writers’ Society (NCWS). The group participated in the Nepal-Bangladesh Bilateral Special Literary and Cultural Interactive Programme on April 27 in Dhaka.

The delegation comprised littérateur Pawan Alok, senior journalist and Nepal Literary Journalists Association Chairman Nagendra Raj Sharma, writers Saraswati Sharma ‘Jigyashu’, Nawaraj Pudasaini ‘Jyotsana’, noted poet Manjul, and littérateur Sushmita Nepal among others.

Speaking at the event, Bangladesh Parliament Deputy Speaker Mohammed Fazle Rabbi Miah said literature and culture are forums to enhance age-old ties between two the countries.

Nepali Ambassador to Bangladesh Prof Dr Chop Lal Bhusal said social and cultural similarities strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries.

Poet Manjul said Bangladeshi people share feelings of brotherhood that reflect in their writings.

Exchanges of Nepali and Bangladeshi literary works, translated in both languages, continue between the two countries.

Published: 03-05-2018 07:16

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