Kathmandu- Nepal-India Literary Festival has concluded. The festival, which ran from April 3 to 4, concluded with the issuance of a seven-point declaration.

The seven-point declaration issued includes issues such as encouraging new and hidden talents, exchanging inter-country translations, and continuing the literary festival.

On the first day of the festival, which was inaugurated by the Chancellor of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, KK Karmacharya, the writers who have made special contribution in Nepali literature were honored.

The program was presided over by Radheshyam Lekali. The leadership  was done by Vijay Pandit. Three dozen writers from different states of Nepal and India participated in the festival.