Stories Tagged 'Literature'
A two-day “book translation event” took place this week in Kathmandu where participants translated various children’s books written in English into Nepali.full story »
On the occasion of BP Koirala’s birth centenary in 2014, a nationwide-open Nepali essay competition was held. Over a hundred writers had submitted essays on BP Koirala’s place in Nepal’s cultural memory and in the end, Ram Prasad Panta’s work was declared the best. Born in Baletaksar, Gulmi in 1953, Panta studied Sanskrit from a young age and graduated in Shastri, a degree in Sanskrit, from Benaras. Since he returned to Nepal in 1976, he has been continuously involved in Nepali literature—be it writing for magazines or penning 28 books or establishing the literary magazine, Dayitwa.full story »
The Chinese Book Fair 2014, being organised at Annapurna Hotel, Durbarmarg, comes right on the heels of two other book fairs that the Valley witnessed recently. full story »
Kalyani Roshan Shrestha pursued her love for literature professionally by teaching Compulsory and Optional English to Grade 10 students at St Xavier’s School, Jawalakhel.full story »