A person with knowledge is powerful and no one can take it away from them. And books help them to gain knowledge where libraries are the resources. However, we lack proper library in our community and digitization has also affected in the establishment of libraries.
HUMLA, April 7: A library has been established at the district prison. The library was established by the 'Book for Prison campaign' sub-committee. As per the directive of the Prison Management Department, the 'Book for Karnali State prisons campaign' main committee was established chaired by head of Karnali Police Mahesh Bikram Shaha.
HUMLA, April 7: A library with 238 books was established at Humla Jail by the Book Campaign Sub Committee (BCSC) on Saturday. Chief District Officer Dholak Raj Dhakal informed Republica that the library was established with the aim of promoting positive thinking and educating the inmates. The 'Book Campaign' organized by the Community-Police Partnership Program, established the library in Humla after three months since its initiation. A library each was established in the jails of each district of Karnali on Saturday.
Kaiser Shumsher was the son of Chandra Shumsher. The late 1890s born Rana became the field marshall in the Nepalese Army, with gaining both national and international honors. Aside from the soldier works, Shumsher was an avid book collector. He used to collect his books at his personal library. Now, 'The Kaiser Library' is open to the public.
‘Still Life with Bread Crumbs’ writer Anna Quindlen once said, “Books are the plane, the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” Summarizing, she said book to be a part of life. In a world of hectic course books, novels have never stopped to baffle people over a long time.
A two-day book translation event for Let's Read! Digital Library by The Asia Foundation in Kathmandu initiated from Saturday. According to the press statement released by Let’s Read! Digital Library, academicians, authors, writers, editors, librarians, teachers, volunteers, book readers and students gathered to translate more than 60 children books into the Nepali language.
KATHMANDU, July 11: Prime Minister KP Oli inaugurated a three-story library building of the Nepal Academy in Kathmandu on Tuesday. The building was constructed with Indian assistance of Rs 43.94 million. The inaugural event was attended by Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri and representatives of Ministries of Urban Development, Culture, Civil Aviation and Tourism and other top officials.
KATHMANDU, Nov 5: Global Peace Women and Service For Peace Nepal held an inauguration ceremony for the newly constructed library and a Women education center at Bhairabee Secondary School in Neelakantha-6, Dhadingon October 31.
KATHMANDU, July 9: Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister, Gopalman Shrestha, has said that the government has made arrangements for different facilities to ensure conflict victim from Dalit and marginalized community are not deprived of education.
BAGLUNG, Dec 15: A fundraising campaign 'One Individual: One Thousand' launched in social media- Facebook- for the institutional development of the oldest library in Dhaulagiri zone has been successful in collecting over Rs 300,000.
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: Tribhuvan University Central Library is in a state of disarray in lack of proper management, adequate space and other resources necessary to keep the country's biggest library in order.