Kathmandu, The three day conclave on Himwatkhanda (Himalayan Region) Arts and Literature organized in Kathmandu on the occasion of 205th Bhanu Jayanti – the birth anniversary of first Nepali poet Bhanukhabta Acharya – on July 13, has ended with 15-point declaration today.
The event initiated by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to showcase the ancient glory of Himalayan arts, cultures, literatures and civilizations ended with the Chandragiri declaration.
The conclave has become a good opportunity to bring together people from around the world in the campaign for prosperity of historically and culturally rich country, Nepal.
The conclave drew the attention of the government to establish a Himalayan museum to showcase the Himalayan arts and civilizations. The participants have focused on preserving about 1,000 languages spoken in the region.
The conclave has agreed to organize such programme in other Himalayan countries alternatively.
The organizer has shared that the event has become fruitful to explore and showcase our ancient historical and cultural glory.
The working paper preparation committee coordinator Prof Keshav Subedi shared that the proposal of protecting and spreading the message of Vedic civilization, Buddhist philosophy and Yoga which had begun from Himalayan continent Nepal which is teaching the message of humanity, fraternity, brotherhood and optimism to the world was endorsed by the conclave.