VIRGINIA: International Nepali Literary Society (INLS) has decided to award 17 literary creations during the second anniversary of the organization and also the anniversary of late Poet Bhanunhakta Acharya amidst a function organized in Virginia of the United States. The organization has been awarding different creations once in a two year.
Six persons from Diaspora win the titles while 11 Nepali people win titles under different categories. Of the total winners five are women.
Seto Dharti by Aamar Neupane won the title on Novel, while Nepali Upnyaasko Itihas by Dr. Khagendra Prasad Luitel became best book under Criticism category. Other award winning books are Samay Dansh by Padmavati Singh under Story; nepali samlochana par….by Gyanu Adhikari under Criticism; Shwetpatra by Khemnath Dahal under Epic; Dash Awatar by Kusumakar Neupane under Geeti Natak; Patraipatra by Susmita Nepal\Rajani Dhakal under Novel; Rat Dhaleka thien by Gopikrishna Prasai under Poem; Kolaj by DuBaSu Chhetree under Gajal; Khsiteejparika by Shekhar Dhungel under Essay; Nepali Mahila Upanyaskar by Lila Luitel under Criticism and Mejar Arjunko Aunthi by Suman Kumar Gurung under Story category.
Similarly, Bhanu Timro Samjhanama by Ganga Ligal; Thopa Thopa by Sunil Sangam; Rati Fulne Foolharu by Prakash Nepal; Hanuman Nanch by Prem Chhota and Pacchis Prativa by Gopal Prasad Parajuli won awards under Story; Geet; Poem; folk (Newari) and children categories respectively. All the winners bagged cash prize ranging from US dolor 1,500 to US dolor 200 and certificate.
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