International Nepali Literary conference begins in Japan

The Fourth edition of the international Nepali literary conference is being organized by the International Nepali Literary Society (INLS). The conference will run from 19-20 September in Japan. To mark the birth anniversary of well noted poet Motiram Bhatta, this conference is hosted every two years. Under the leadership of Prakash Poudel ‘ Maila’ the co-ordinating committee has formed. To meet the objectives of a conference, other apex committee has been formed under the chairmanship of the current president of INLS Padam Bishwakarma including INLS’s senior vice-president Radheshyam Lekali, Bhimsen Sapkota Vice-president (from Australia ) ,vice-presidents, Ram Khatri, Prakash Poudel ‘ Maila’, secretary of INLS’s Gobardhan Pooja, and president of Japan chapter Alok Chalise. Recently, the meeting of the apex committee has selected senior advisors and advisors for the conference. Meeting nominated Dr. Kabita Lama, Dr. Khagendra Prasad Luitel, Ganga Prasad Uprety, Jiba lamichhine, Dr. Taranath Sharma, Devman Hirachan , Bhuwan Bhatta, Dr. Shyam Karki and Homnath Subedi as a senior adviser. Likewise, Dr Kumar Basnet, Geeta Khatri , Gobinda Raj Binodi, Tilak Malla, Dr. Dubasu Cheetri , Bharati Gautam, Bhusan Ghimire and Seeta Pandey as an advisory board. The apex committee member Radheshyam Lekali said, “The conference will help to broaden the scope of Nepali literature in international level”. He added that this kind of opportunity rarely gets by the writer. Hence, it would be the milestone for the promotion of Nepali literature. The prime luring factor of the conference will have interaction among literary figures, poetry recitals, working paper presentation and much more. The inaugural conference was organized in New York in 2009. Moreover, the second and third conferences hold in the United Kingdom and the United States of America in 2011 and 2013 respectively. According to organizing committee the conference will bring writers from various countries including Nepal, Belgium and Japan.




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