NAG Election 2013: 2013 Election Committee members (Election Chair Mr. CK
Prajuli, Mr. Janak Baral, Mr. Keshav Sharma, Mr. Ram Parajuli, Mr. Raju Thapa)
has given a mandate to conduct a democratically fair election for years 2013 to
2014, two year terms for executive members. Please follow all election notices here.
Haveli Nepali Restaurant in Atlanta Supported by Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA) and Nepalese Association in Georgia (NAG) Presents Countdown Party
Nepali Musical & Entrepreneurs Night New Year's Eve 2012
Singers and Dancers from Georgia and Neighboring States including Guest Artists Ram Prasad Khanal Watch folk song by Ram Prasad Khanal in YouTube play video & Kumari Lama, Watch song by Kumari Lama in YouTube play video
While mingling, chatting, enjoying and waiting for the countdown there will also be a gathering of Entrepreneur's from all over Georgia and beyond who will discuss how best they could assist Nepalese Communities.
Ticket price: $20 (Dinner Included)
Time: 7:30 pm to 1:30 am
8465 Holcomb Bridge Rd
Alpharetta, 30022, GA
On April 16, 2011 NAG along with NASeA celebrated a Nepali New Year in
Clarkston, GA. A colorful night was filled with over 200 guests. Men wore Nepali
daka topi, darwar surwal, and women with colorful sari looking their best ever
exchanging happy greetings to friends and family and overjoyed kids playing with
their new friends.
The notable guest was mayor of Clarkston, GA Mr. Emanuel Ransom. Guest speakers
were NASeA's president Mr. Raja Ghale, Joint Convention NASeA/ANMA hosted by NAG
chairman Dr. Sanjeep Sapkota, ALNA presentative and NASeA's life member Mr.
Suman Silwal. The highlight of the party were momo, Nepali dance and non stop DJ
until 1 AM.
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our newly elected executive committee and a welcoming message from our new
president Mr. Pranaya Lama.
NASeA/ANMA Joint Convention 2011 Hosted by NAG is in full swing. Please visit
www.jointconvention.org to get an
early bird registration fee.
International Street Festival at Georgia: On the occasion of â€œThe International Street Festivalâ€ organized by International Student Life at the University of Georgia, Nepalese Student Association at University of Georgia (NSAUGA) hosted a â€œTable Displayâ€ in downtown Athens, GA on April 9, 2011. Several unique items
representing Nepali cultural
Once is not enough, the year 2011 has officially been designated by the Nepal Tourism Board as the Visit Nepal Tourism year with the aim of attracting over 1 million visitors. NTB has undertaken the Visit Nepal 2011 initiative with full backing of the government of Nepal and the countryâ€™s tourism industry stakeholders. Already in average Nepal attracts 500,000 visitors per year. In preparation of Tourism Year 2011 government has already spend a time and money to improved airports, new trekking routs and renovations of popular tourist attractions.
The country has so much to offer to its visitors that almost everyone says â€œonce is not enoughâ€ lets visit Nepal again. To find more about year 2011 Nepal Tourism packages please visit
Nepalese Association of Georgia has been supporting an innovative work of Mahabir Punâ€™s wireless project in rural Nepal. In particularly NAG has been signing up yearly membership drive for One Dollar a Month Campaign. To be part of this innovative project please contact one of our executive members
for membership in local area and progress towards this project is updated at