LOS ANGELES: Author and Nepali American Journalist Kiran Marahatta’s book ‘Nepali Who is Who in the USA’ has been released at California State University Long Beach.
Honorary Consular of Nepal to USA Rishi Dhakal, Non Resident Nepali Association, (NRNA) USA president Keshab Poudel and the associate vice-president and Dean at California State University Long Beach, Dr. Jeet Joshee jointly released the book at a ceremony held recently in the California.
Dr. Jeet Joshee said that the stories collection would be a good resource to educators, researchers, development professionals and all others who have interest to work in the Nepal or simply learn about Nepali culture and arts.
“The book makes a sincere attempt to incorporate the remarkable stories of Nepalis in the United States of America.” Dr. Joshee said.
NRNA USA president Keshab Poudel added this book will be describe the work of first generation of Nepali who had been USA and this will be inspiration to new generation.
The books have contained the tower personality’s Nepali representative of all 44 states of USA. Author Marahatta informed that due to the some problem had unable to coverage the stories of others six states of USA in my book.
“I had written the book to inform Nepal’s progress in the USA, many towering personality had missed in the stories and I will adding them in the upcoming edition of my book,” author Marahatta said.
The Book will be buy from www.whoiswhonepali.com. Marahatta’s previous books include ‘The Hope’, ‘Media in Mass’ and ‘Messi, The Man at Barca’.
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