Nepali Writer Ranjana Niraula’s New Book “Anubhuti Ka Abataran” Launched in Kathmandu | India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Kathmandu: Renowned Nepalese writer, publisher, critic Ranjana Niraula’s new book “Anubhuti Ka Abataran” launched in Kathmandu. The book was launched in a glittering ceremony in Kathmandu on Saturday. Famous writer and critic Dr. Vasudev Tripathi officially launched the book.

Among others Da Gyanu Pande (critic), Da. Ram prasad Gyawali (Critic), (Da.Sabitri Malla Kashyapati (Speaker) Poet Rishav Dev Ghimire (Speaker) Pushparaj Paudel (Chairman and Publisher) Writer Suman varsha (Anchor) and others were featured at the launch ceremony. The book contains a collection of essays by writer Ranjana Niraula.The book contains 15 essays on different feelings and different issues.

Note that Ranjana Niraula is a multi-faceted Nepalese personality who juggles with equal panache in her daily life with multiple roles. From being a popular poet in Nepali and English literature with a penchant for weaving magic with her beautiful words and images to being a poet, editor, panelist, researcher, philanthropist, scholar, humanist, literary critic, curator to lecturer, she handles each role with momentum and confidence with a single motive to excel and meet the high expectations of his legions of fans spread across Nepal as well as the sub-continent.

Hailing from Kathmandu in Nepal, which in itself has a rich glorious past, Ranjana’s parent also proved her literary acumen from early childhood when she began to display her natural sense of poetic feelings which she put down on paper in growing. Ranjana has two masters and is pursuing doctoral studies, member of International Nepalese Literary Society, Nepal Shrastha Samaj, Gunjan Sahitya Sanstha, Nepal Vanmaya Pratisthan and so on.

In no time, Ranjana’s writings started making a name for themselves and soon the words of Ranjana’s creative writing spread across Nepal and India. After receiving huge praise from her readers for her poetry collections, she soon dabbled in essay writing in Nepali. Her new book “Anubhutiko Abataran” contains 15 essays on different feelings and issues.

Over the years, Ranjana has been praised many times by various organizations and she has been invited as a guest speaker in Nepal and many foreign countries like India, Bangladesh, UAE many times, this which turned out to be an apprenticeship. curve for his audience.

Ranjana was a founding member of many literary organizations and she is the founder and editor of Nepal’s leading news portal and the founder of the social organization Yashshwi Foundation.