London, Feb. 24: UK-based Nepali writer Krishna Bajgain has come up with a travelogue entitled 'Via Sacred'.
The writer himself launched the book at the residence of famous British Romantic poet John Keats in London on Friday. The City of London has turned Keat's house into a museum.
The travelogue encompasses 21 accounts of travel the writer undertook in Italy, Belgium and Britain. The book is also an amalgam of knowledge and science, history, art, literature, philosophy etc. This is Bajgain's eighth literary creation and second travelogue. Eurasia's Touch is his first travelogue.
His other literary creations are 'Comrade Bhauju', a collection of short stories, 'Srastha Ra Digital Barta', a collection of interviews with writers, 'Yantrawat', 'Road Map', 'Kawach' , an anthology of short stories, and 'Hiunko Tanna', a collection of haikus.
Bajgain writes fiction, poetry and essays. He has been living abroad for long and is active in writing, editing and publishing Nepali literature.
He is the recipient of many literary awards including the Suprama Literary Award (UK), the Diaspora Nripadhwaj Award (America), the Narayan Jayanta Literary Web Journalism Award (America), the Devkota Centenary Honour (Nepal, the Satya Mohan Centenary Medal (Nepal), the Bhanubhakta Bi-centennial Gold Medal (Nepal. RSS
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