Nepal | May 28, 2020

Nepalaya releases ‘Nepali Children Rhyme’ in YouTube

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KATHMANDU: Nepalaya, the book publication house, has recently released Nepali Children Rhyme in their official Youtube channel on the occasion of upcoming Tihar festival.

Keeping in mind the lack of basic and quality children’s rhyme, Nepalaya has started to create such compositions for Nepali children living around the globe.

In these rhymes, alphabets, numbers, among others have been included to support children in their studies, Nepalaya said in the statement.

Paleti co-ordinator and musician Aavas has composed and arranged music for the rhymes suitable for children of all age groups. “I had composed these rhymes for my son which will be used by all Nepali children living across the world after they are released,” Aavas shared.

“These rhymes would help impart knowledge and entertainment to children,” Aavas added.

More than forty rhymes have been composed and would be released with animated pictures in ‘Nepali Children Rhyme’ in the near future, Nepalaya’s Lalit Krishna Shrestha, said.

Parents interested to teach their children ‘Nepali Children Rhyme’ can visit Nepalaya’s official youtube channel:

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