Nepal | July 14, 2020

Jeevan Kumar Prasain’s ‘Waripari nai Sarvopari’ launched

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A cover image of a book titled ‘Waripari nai Sarvopari’ authored by Jeevan Prasai. Courtesy: Nepalaya

KATHMANDU: Jeevan Kumar Prasain, the author who taught us life lessons with his previous books, has released his third book ‘Waripari nai Sarvopari’, on Friday, Nepalaya, the book publication said.

According to a press statement released by Nepalaya, the book was launched after the author, handed-over the book to Dr Tirtha Bahadur Shrestha, amid a special programme at Nepalaya ‘r’ sala in Kalikasthan, Kathmandu.

“The book deals with the subject of greenery which is the major source of food for living beings on earth. The book will help the readers understand how a healthy lifestyle is directly linked to a healthy life,” Dr Shrestha shared.

The book has already hit the book stores and is available on various internet sites including,, and, as per the statement.

The book is priced Rs 395, according to Nepalaya.

The author, Jeevan Kumar Prasain is an associate professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.


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