Texas Representative Salman Bhojani promotes Nepali culture and tourismHe highlights the significance of culture and tourism exchanges between Nepal and the US.
Mission Entertainment and Nepal Centre International organised an interaction programme with Salman Bhojani, Representative of Texas State, highlighting the importance of cultural and tourism exchange between Nepal and the US at Hotel Himalaya, Kupondole, Lalitpur on Friday. The event was coordinated by Roger Nepal and BP Wagle, and hosted by Veenod Pokharel.
The highlight of the programme was the launch of a new Nepali tourism song, titled ‘Nepal Herna Jaaun’ which was produced by Mission Entertainment and released by Mission Kids. Wagle wrote the lyrics of the track which is sung by Bhadra Oli, Sargam Shree Bhattarai, and Bidit Adhikari. This song encourages children worldwide to explore Nepal’s diverse landscapes and uses animation to make this learning fun.
Dr Bhola Rijal congratulated Bhojani at the event and urged him to collaborate closely with the Nepali community in Texas to promote Nepali culture, art, and tourism globally. Moreover, music composer Suresh Adhikari thanked Bhojani for championing Nepali music while living in the US and promoting Nepali culture abroad.
During the interaction segment, Dipak Samir Acharya, executive producer of NTV, and advocate Dipak Rai shared insights into various aspects of Nepali society with Bhojani. Bhojani shared his own journey—from his humble beginnings to becoming an attorney, a successful business icon, and the Representative of Texas—at the event. He expressed gratitude to the Nepali community in his state for their support during his election campaign. He also stated how he was happy to help the Nepali society in the US in any way he could, including facilitating translators for elderly individuals, creating employment opportunities, and passing bills in the House to exempt major festivals from school examinations.
In his closing remarks, Bhojani pledged to promote Nepali tourism within his state and collaborate with Nepali communities worldwide.