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The conference was attended by more than forty participants including Dr. Birth Anniversary of Mahakavi Devkota was organized by Mahakavi Laxmi Prasad Devkota Study and Research Centre from December 11-12, 2015, corresponding to Mangsir 25-26, 2072.Manfred Treu from Germany and Rémi Bordes from France. Shree Ganga Prasad Uprety, Chancellor, Nepal Academy, inaugurated the conference.The major focus of the conference was “Devkota and Myth.” Professor Khagendra Bhattarai, Vice-Chancellor of Pokhara University, inaugurated the conference in his role as Chief Guest. Mohan Prasad Lohani chaired the inaugural session which started with an audition of Devkota’s “Nepali Rastriya Gaan.” There were a total of ten papers presented at the conference: five in Nepali and five in English.Sirjana Dawadi, Urmila Aryal, Prahlad Pokharel, Bhuvanhari Sigdel, Prabha Bhattarai, Govinda Sharma, Koshraj Neupane and Ram Bahadur Pahadi recited poems written by Mahakavi Laxmi Prasad Devkota. Shailendu Prakash Nepal was offered the Devkota Fellowship Award. On top of this, there was a panel discussion on “Devkota’s use of myth.” The panelists were Ananda Sharma and Saurav. Another attraction of the conference was a talk session during which Professor Dr. Ammaraj Joshi spoke on Devkota’s use of language and Devkota’s political consciousness, respectively.Professor Krishna Gautam and Poet Tulsi Diwas too spoke on "Devkota and Ecology" and "Nepli Culture and Dekvota," respectively. Basudev Tripathi was the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Function during which Poet Kali Prasad Risal recited his Hindi translation of Dekota's "Pagal." Poet Manju Kanchuli recited Devkota's original Hindi poem titled "Gardavarawaki Hassi." Dr.Ammaraj Joshi recited Dekvota's own translation into English of his own poem "Basanta" and Manoj Kumar Humagain recited Devkota's English translation of Bhim Nidhi Tiwari's "Kanpyo Lugaluga Tyo." Shishir Yogi sang two of Devkota's Nepali poems: "Damai Dai" and "Laharko Boli." 3.
Pushpa Lal Damai -- Devkota and the Political: Nationalism, Translation and Cosmopolitanism Tara Prasad Adhikari -- The Rebel in Mahakavi Devkota’s Lunatic Hari Adhikari -- Translating the Self and the Other in Devkota’s Auto-translation: A Close Reading of “A Call” and “The Moment Now” Dhruba Karki -- The Quest Myth in Devkota's Muna Madan Madhusudan Giri -- विम्ब विधान र शाहजहॉको ईच्छा Pradip Giri -- Imagery in Devkota's "Spring 2" Sarbagya Raj Kafle -- Reviving the “ancient fires”: Myth and Modernity in Devkota and Yeats Shivaraj Panta -- Invoked Audience in Devkota’s Selected Poems Remi Bordes -- Spiritual Nights.
Mahakavi Devkota Study and Research Centre organized its Tenth Annual Conference and 108th Devkota Birth Anniversary from November 11-12, 2017 at Nagarkot. The following papers were presented at the conferernce: Dr. “Aesthetics of Physical in Devkota’s Epic Tradition.” Shiva Raj Panta.
Besides the presidential speech, there were also recitations of the poems by Mahakavi Devkota.
“Mahakavi Devkota and his Creative Potential.” Khum Sharma.
“Spiritual Humanism in the Selected Poems of Tagore and Devkota.” There was also a quiz on Devkota, a performance on a grey aspect of Muna-Madan, an instrumental rendering of the poet’s “Sandhya” by Milina Tamrakar, and a Panel Discussion on “Devkota’s Craftsmanship.” Phatik Poudel moderated the panel discussion.