Nepali talent shows inspire a global movement for the preservation of Nepal’s cultural heritage, with 100 participants from 52 countries assembling in Kathmandu
Kathmandu, May 26. Dev Raj Ghimire, the Speaker of the lower house, urged Nepali communities across the globe to safeguard and promote their mother language, identity, and culture.
During a recent visit to the filming set of reality shows “Mero Voice Universe” and “Mero Dance Universe,” Ghimire emphasized the significance of cherishing language, identity, and culture regardless of geographical location.
These reality competitions are organized and produced by the Intra-National Welfare and Support Foundation of America and are broadcasted by Nepal Television Network, a government-run network.
Both “Mero Voice Universe” and “Mero Dance Universe” showcase the remarkable talent and diversity within the Nepali community across the globe. The competitions feature 50 Nepali contestants each for singing and dancing, representing 52 different countries worldwide.
According to the official announcement, three winners from both the singing and dancing competitions will receive cash prizes of 1 crore, 30 lakhs, and 20 lakhs Nepali rupees. Additionally, the winning group in the group dance competition will be awarded 20 lakh rupees.
Media reports suggest that the Intra-National Welfare and Support Foundation of America, a non-profit organization based in USA, was established by Bhutanese-American young businessmen of Nepali origin. The foundation aims to promote and maintain cultural unity among Nepalis residing all around the globe.
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