Kathmandu. The poetry collection ‘Anurag’ by writer Anu Shah has been launched. The chief guest of the program was the launch of the poetry collection ‘Anurag’ by former Prime Minister and Chairman of CPN-UML KP Sharma Oli. Speaking after the launch, former Prime Minister Oli praised the writer, Anu Shah. Saying that poetry is like a poet and a poet is like poetry, he said that Anu Shah’s step in creating literature is commendable and exemplary. Giving encouragement to the writer Anu Shah, who is suffering from breast cancer, Oli gave her example and inspired her to move forward with the energy and confidence that come when treatment is available on time.
Poet Anu Shah presided over the program organized by Milap Monthly. Welcoming the program, Surya Chand, the publisher of ‘Anurag’, said that the book was published to gather energy despite fighting the disease. Chand said that his wife Anu Shah has been active in the fields of literature, music, and cinema, and the collection of poems has been published by collecting the ups and downs that have come with the game of time. He said that his desire to make it public was fulfilled by the hands of former Prime Minister and CPN-UML President KP Sharma Oli and said that he was truly everyone’s ‘father’.
The special guest of the program, President of Nepal Film Society Krishna Malla, said that poet Anu Shah is a strong writer. Malla praised Shah’s dedication to literature, music, and cinema. Senior writers, director Prakash Sayami, writer Purushottam Dahal, and journalist Rishi Dhamal gave congratulatory remarks in the program.
In the program, cover honors were given to various people on behalf of Milap Masik. Similarly, on behalf of Anuradha Films Entertainment, senior writer Khemnath Dahal, senior writer director Prakash Saymi, Anesas Watson chapter president Maheshwar Pant, lyricist Amar Vantu, artist and agricultural activist Shekhar Khanal, Nepal Self Defense President Dr. DB Ranapal, Anurag editor Ramesh Dahal, journalist Geeta. officer, director Madhavraj Kharel, lyricist Suman Bairagi, businessman Prakash Shrestha, Beautician Rashmila Shrestha, Social Worker Rajesh Visural, Social Worker Durga Visural, Social Worker Naresh Pandey, Social Worker Nikita Pandey, Singer Laxman Shree, Tattoo Artist Sumina Shrestha, Young Businesswoman Balkrishna Khadka, Businesswoman Resham Bahadur Thapa, Beautician Renu Ranamar, Beautician Rachna Shakya, Beautician Devi Maharjan , fashion designer Kajal Sharma, Record-breaking Mount Everest climber Purushottam Nepali, video director Prahil Karki, human rights activist Raju Banjade were given special honors.
Radheshyam Lekali, former president of the International Nepali Literature Society and president of the Literary Journalists Association; Mohan Niraula, president of the Film Artists Association; senior singer and politician Komal Wali; politician Shanta Chaudhary; and president of the Nepal Music Association Milan Moktan, president of the Songwriters Association of Nepal, and Vasant Vityasi Thapa, president of the Film Technician Association, were present at the program. Lama, writer Khemnath Dahal, senior artist Laya Sangraula, actress Sharmila Malla, Narayan Pradhan, President of the Conflict Artist Association, senior singer Devika Bandana, senior musician Raju Singh, senior lyricist Bharat Bamjan, and others were present. The program was facilitated by Saroj Koirala, a communicator, singer, and musician.