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TEZPUR, April 19 - Writers and authors from across the country, including Sikkim, Darjeeling, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, and Manipur took part in the Assam chapter of the Indian Nepali Literature Conference held at the Tezpur Marwari Dharamshala.

The three-day national-level literary event started with the unfurling of the flag, which was followed by inauguration of the main programme by noted writer Naba Chapkota.

Potingor Ko Itihas, a book of verse in Nepali language by Anjan Baskota of Jamuguri was released by Prof Jayanta Krishna Sharma of Gauhati University. The book is a translation of Sorapator Itihash by poet Binita Sut Kataki.

Appreciating Baskota�s work, Prof Sharma said that through the exchange of art and culture and literature, brotherhood among people across the globe can be strengthened. �We can go deep into the hearts of people of different communities through acts like those of young men like Anjan Baskota,� he said.

Writer like Sabila Upaidhyai, Durga Khotiora and Rudra Boral also attended the conference.

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Indian Nepali Literature Conference held

TEZPUR, April 19 - Writers and authors from across the country, including Sikkim, Darjeeling, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, and Manipur took part in the Assam chapter of the Indian Nepali Literature Conference held at the Tezpur Marwari Dharamshala.

The three-day national-level literary event started with the unfurling of the flag, which was followed by inauguration of the main programme by noted writer Naba Chapkota.

Potingor Ko Itihas, a book of verse in Nepali language by Anjan Baskota of Jamuguri was released by Prof Jayanta Krishna Sharma of Gauhati University. The book is a translation of Sorapator Itihash by poet Binita Sut Kataki.

Appreciating Baskota�s work, Prof Sharma said that through the exchange of art and culture and literature, brotherhood among people across the globe can be strengthened. �We can go deep into the hearts of people of different communities through acts like those of young men like Anjan Baskota,� he said.

Writer like Sabila Upaidhyai, Durga Khotiora and Rudra Boral also attended the conference.

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