A two-day international conference on ‘Natural and Cultural Heritage in South Asia’ was held in Pokhara. Through the conference, museums and monuments related to South Asian studies, indigenous languages and literature, tourism, environment and ecocriticism, cinema, exhibitions and visual arts as well as new media, communication and cyber culture were presented. It is said that the journal will be published after collecting the investigation.
A total of 86 professors, scholars, volunteers and researchers from 15 universities of Nepal, India, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Italy participated in the conference. According to Lok Prasad Dhakal, Information Officer, Pokhara University, a total of 35 working papers were presented.