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Pasa Puchah guthi UK


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Pasa Puchah Guthi, UK is deeply saddened by the series of terrible earthquakes that has claimed
several hundreds of lives and destroyed many cities and villages in Nepal.

We are raising funds and collecting other essentials like warm clothes, blankets etc. to send
to Nepal as soon as we are able to do so. If you would like to donate any amount of money please transfer any amount of money
to following account:

Account name: Pasa Puchah Guthi, UK
Account Number: 4054 2393
Sort Code: 20-38-83
Please write 'earthquake' as reference while transferring or depositing money!

If you would like to donate blankets, food and medicine, please hand them over to
following addresses near you:

Nepalese Tandoori Restaurant, Shepherds Bush
121 Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush, London W12 8NL

Monty's Restaurant, Ealing Broadway
1 The Mall, Ealing Broadway, London, W5 2PJ

Red Lion Noodle Bar, Plumbstead
95 Plumbstead High Street, SE18 1SB

Kathmandu Nepalese Cuisine, Northfields
86 Northfields Avenue, W13 9RR

As Asia, Slough
277 High Street, Slough SL1 1BN

Monkey Temple, Shepherds Bush
92 Askew Road, W12 9BL

Kathmandu Zone, Hounslow
64 Staines Road TW3 3LF

Monty's Restaurant, Kingston
3 Fife Road, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1SF

For More Information please contact:
Kapil Shrestha: 07926 034 774
Ojesh Singh: 07973 622 948
Tribeni Gurung: 07989 352 382
Last Updated on Monday, 27 April 2015 13:18

Guthi Seminar 2015 : Press Release

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London – 8th february 2015
Pasa Puchah Guthi UK (PPGUK) organised their second Guthi Seminar at School of Oriental and
African Studies (SOAS), London on 8th February 2015 under the theme of 'Newahs in British
Contemporary Society’.

The programme commenced with PPGUK’s General Secretary, Ms. Tribeni Gurung
welcoming the audience and then PPGUK’s President, Mr. Kapil Shrestha, declaring the seminar open.

The seminar focused on presentations from Newah professionals who displayed their work,
projects and insight into their chosen careers. Ten speakers were drawn in from several
disciplines including Health, Art, Finance and Sciences. Speakers included: Ms. Sonu Shrestha,
Mr. Sudin Kansakar, Ms. Sita Shrestha, Dr. Nikki Shakya, Ms. Sumi Shrestha, Dr. Sangita Shrestha,
Mr. Sandeep Shrestha, Ms. Nina Manandhar, Dr. Pabitra Tuladhar and Ms. Anuma Shrestha.

The seminar was structured in three different sessions. Each session was chaired by;
PPGUK’s founding member Mr. Shashidhar Manadhar, Dr. Roshan Lal Shrestha from the University
of Cambridge, and Dr. Sudha Shrestha from the University of Reading. Each presentation lasted
between 15-20 minutes followed by 5 minutes of a question and answer session.

During the event, guests were offered breakfast, lunch and tea breaks in between sessions
allowing members of the audience as well as the presenters to interact with one another.

One of PPGUK’s founding members and Secretary of Lumbini Nepalese Buddha Dharma Society,
Dr. Dharma Bhakta Shakya, delivered a keynote speech. His presentation aimed to answer ‘What
really matters in life?’ and reflected on his personal experiences as well as teachings from
religious and faith leaders.

The chief coordinator for the seminar, Dr. Sachetan Tuladhar concluded the Guthi Seminar by
thanking members of the audience, presenters and all those involved to make the seminar a grand

Presenters and guests were invited for a dinner at the end of the event and were bid farewell.
Photos can be viewed here.
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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2015 10:33

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