All India Nepali Writers’ Meet concludes

Our Correspondent
UDALGURI : April 16  The three day long All India Nepali Writers meet organised by Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha at Marwari Dharmashala, Tezpur concluded with a commitment to develop Nepali language and literature. The programme began with hoisting of flag by Durga Khatiwara, the working president of ANSS. The writers meet was inaugurated by poet Naba Sapkota. He elaborated the present situation of Indian Nepali literature and urged the writers to delve into deep studies and create extra ordinary literature in Nepali language. The programme was presided over by Durga Khatiwara and conducted by Rudra Baral, the general secretary of ANSS.
During the session more than nine books of several authors were released by Dr. Jayanta Krishna Sarma, the associate professor of Gauhati University. Several academicians presented papers on various trends in Nepali literature. Dr. Mohan P Dahal, the Professor of Uttar Banga University presided over the literary presentation. The committee has decided to publish those papers in Nepali and Assamese. This was the first All India Nepali Writers meet ever held in the North-east.