Nepali novel becomes first with Arabic version
Nepali literary work originally penned by Indira Prasain has been translated into the Arabic language, the first Nepali literary text to be translated into Arabic.
The Arabic version of Prasain's novel 'Usko Logne Ra Biralo' was published from the National Translation Center, Ministry of Culture, Egypt.
Egyptian Ambassador to Nepal Dr Moustafa Abdelhamid Mohamed Gendy handed over the translated version of the text to writer Prasain amid a function here today.
The novel was published in 2060 BS from Nai Publications and was translated into English by Brajesh Khanal.
Speaking on the occasion, Egyptian Ambassador Dr. Gendy said it was the first Nepali literary work translated into the Arabic language. He added that the translated book will be made available in bookstands of 22 different Arabian countries.
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