Bhanu Jayanti in Nepal in 2080 will be celebrated on Ashar 29, 2080. It holds immense significance for the Nepalese people worldwide, as it commemorates the renowned poet and writer Bhanubhakta Acharya, who is best known for translating the Hindu Holy Book Ramayana into Nepali.
During the inaugural function at Bhanu Park, Governor Laxman Prasad Acharya emphasized the importance of celebrating Bhanu Jayanti as a festival of Nepali literature, culture, and the collective identity of being Nepalis.
One such revered figure is Adikavi Bhanubhakta Acharya, fondly known as Bhanu Bhakta, whose contributions to Nepali literature are celebrated annually on Bhanu Jayanti.
Bhanu Bhakta: The Literary Luminary
Born on July 13, 1814, Bhanu Bhakta Acharya was a prominent Nepali poet, translator, and scholar. He is widely regarded as Adikavi, meaning the “first poet,” for his pioneering contributions to Nepali literature.
The Significance of Bhanu Jayanti:
Bhanu Jayanti, celebrated annually on the 29th day of Ashadh (July–August), is a national holiday in Nepal. The day holds immense cultural and literary significance for the people of Nepal.
Bhanu Jayanti Celebration:
The celebration of Bhanu Jayanti involves a range of activities that aim to promote and preserve the rich literary heritage of Nepal. Cultural programs often feature recitations of Bhanu Bhakta’s works, including his immortal poem, “Amar Geet” (My Song), which resonates deeply with the patriotic sentiments of the Nepali people.
I hope I’m not here this day when people celebrate Banu Jayanti in Nepal. It is the most important part of the other country, and he will do a lot of things about his past day because of Banu Jayanti.
You will learn a lot of things about our Nepal honey that are not in the name as a poem of Nepal. Bhanu Bhakta is the Nepali poetry of our country, which all Nepalis will know, and all Nepalis will remember his poem for inspiring us to know it.
I hope this day is very important for Anuja Jayanti in Nepal. Now we will celebrate Bhanu Jayanti in Nepal. Bhanu jayanti will be celebrated in the rest of Nepal.