Hari Bansha Acharya’s autobiography Cheena Harayeko Manchhe is now available at Westminster Libraries in London. The popular book which has won the hearts of Nepalis all over can be found at the Biography Section of Queens Park Library (155.937). London based Suman Bhandari had been actively communicating with Westminster City Council for the past few months encouraging the council libraries to list Nepali books at the various libraries in and around London. With growing number of Nepalis making London their base, this step taken by Suman Bhandari comes at the right time.
The book had already received four reservations from readers by the first week of September. Gotta praise the efforts of Mr Bhandari and if you would like to donate Nepali books then please get in touch via his blog. Reading is still one of the best activities available in the world and I hope everyone makes it a point to read a book every once in a while and also read Nepali books too. Hari Bansha Acharya’s Cheena Harayeko Manche was my first Nepali book that I finished, twas quite a learning experience. Loved it!
PS. The book is also expected to hit the shelves at other Westminster Council libraries including Victoria, Pimlico and Paddington.Read More: Hari Bansha’s Cheena Harayeko Manchhe on Amazon
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