By Alisha Shrestha on Dec 29,2017 - 17:50
Book lovers! It’s time to catch up with new books session in an array of music, foods, writers and celebrities. Shikshya Nepal and Himalayan Climate Initiative are organizing National reading Mela from January 20 to January 22, 2018. A wonderful opening of 2018 for bookaholics - encompassing the theme of “Celebrating joy of reading”, the Mela is catered with influential writers, celebrities and notable figures of Nepal at Rastriya Nach Ghar, Jamal Kathmandu.
The first session of National reading Mela was successfully conducted a year ago. It left a good impression behind, accumulated readers from the corners of cities. Thus, a second edition is continuation of success followed by previous one. With a participation of 300+ volunteers and 30,000+ readers, the event is set to woo new readers, promote books, writers and flourish reading materials all along.
There will be stacks of new books around, creative photographic frames, lively talk of poems and prose, discussion on the content of what you have read about accompanied by delicacies and music enchanters. Book Exhibition, Photo Exhibition, Kabita Concert, Live Book Talks, Face Paint, 00 Writers & Celebrities, Foods, Story of Shiksha Nepal, and music are the main attraction of the event.
Shiksha Nepal has already involved more than 2500 youths as volunteers in various fundraising, book collection, through which raised funds from crowd funding in and out of Nepal to continue its effort to educate children and young people of Nepal. If you are interested in volunteering National reading Mela, get your way through Shikshya Nepal’s inbox.Tags - Books , National reading mela , Shikshya Nepal , Rastriya Nach Ghar
by Bishal Deep Basnet | Today, 12:28 PM
Ever interested in space travelling, structure of aircrafts and rockets? Were you the one, who had once thought of taking those astronaut courses and checked into Nepal’s university? In cooperation with china, Nepal is soon slated to introduce aeronautics and astronautics engineering program. Nepali students will be soon grooving into bachelors of aeronautics and astronautics engineering degree program.
by Alisha Shrestha | Jan 19