Kathmandu. The joint meeting of writer Yuvraj Nayaghare and Luma Educational Project with officials of the Thai Nepali Association has been completed. A literature, culture, and art-related team from Thailand recently came to participate in Mero Dance Universe and Mero Voice Universe, organized by Intra Foundation.
President of the Thai Nepali Association Vadsana Rai, Patron Kumar Karki, and other dignitaries Sambot Rai, Deepak Parajuli, Raj Karmacharya, Ganesh Karki, and Bhim Prasad Pandey were present. Similarly, Mrs. Amara Rai, Chandra Lamichhane, Som Bhushal, etc. also participated.
Writer Yuvraj Nayaghare presented his latest work to all the officials of Tankkha Sangh and discussed the need and importance of preparing it. Nayaghare discussed how the language, literature, culture, lifestyle, and history of the Nepalese community in Myanmar were recorded through Tankkha.
In the ceremony, the guardian of the association, Kumar Karki, the best-awarded Khushi Karki from Mero Dance Universe, Shankar Ghimire of the Swalamban family, and others discussed the role played by the Thai-Myanmar society in the promotion of Nepali language, literature, culture, and art.
In the ceremony, on behalf of the project, educational engineer Nandalal Bhandari, engineer Kavindra Manandhar, and others discussed the creation of educational materials, their use, and the facilitation of materials. Materials: Students can easily read, learn, and acquire knowledge through an electronic medium without books.