Rising Junkiri’s The Bloggers Meet-up held

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The Bloggers Meet-up at organized at Genesis Cafe, targeted for mainly writers, artists and bloggers opened a new platform from the dreamers all around Kathmandu to come together, and showcase what they had to offer.
The event also included two innovators talking about their success stories, which included the story of a social service community which later turned into and NGO, and an Arts and Crafts startup which started from a small investment and grew up gradually.

The main climax of the event was the open mic session, where numerous writers from the audience expressed their most treasured pieces of writing, while also getting to know and listen to the pieces of others,
Sagar Satyal and Ashish Silwal, one of the top bloggers of the writer’s community, also got to share their ideas, views and experiences as writers in the country, additionally also talking about new and upcoming podcast.

Rising Junkiri, a popular online community for writers and readers, organised their first-ever meetup at Genesis cafe on June 17. The writers and readers from various sectors came together to share what they had to offer and had a discussion about the future of the writing community of the country.

The event also included two innovators talking about their success stories, which included the story of a social service community which later turned into and NGO, and an Arts and Crafts startup which started from a small investment and grew up gradually.

The main climax of the event was the open mic session, where numerous writers from the audience expressed their most treasured pieces of writing, while also getting to know and listen to the pieces of others,
Sagar Satyal and Ashish Silwal, one of the top bloggers of the writer’s community, also got to share their ideas, views and experiences as writers in the country, additionally also talking about new and upcoming podcast.

For more information, visit the official website : www.risingjunkiri.com

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