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Mission Statement

To promote Nepalese culture and values.
To advocate for human rights, freedom and peace.
To serve fellow human beings.

Happy Nepali New year 2071

नयाँ बर्ष २०७१ को हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना !!

Event Info
Nepalese Association of Georgia (NAG) invites you to come celebrate Nepali New Year “2071″ B.S.
Cultural Program | Music/Dance/DJ | Food/Drinks | Surprise Guests

Tickets: $20 (Kids under 10 FREE)
Date: Saturday, April 26th 2014
Doors open: 6:00pm
Venue: Sitar Restaurant 8465 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Alpharetta GA 30022-8530

South Carolina Association of Nepalese (SCAN) invites you to a new year party in
Sesquicentennial State Park
9564 Two Notch Rd Columbia
Date: Saturday April 19, 2014  
Please RSVP to SCAN

United FNA-FANS, Florida invites you join new year Picnic
Venue: Grand picnic in WPB Florida
Date: Saturday, April 19th, 2014
Supported by NASeA, INLS Florida, and Blood Donors of America

29th Annual Unity Gala : Asian Pacific American Heritage month

We would like to invite you’re all for the 29th Annual Unity Gala. This event is celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, organized by Asian/Pacific American Council of GA (APAC GA).

During this event, the winner of APAC scholarship awards will be announced for two different scholarships

(1) Eric Lu Scholarship for $1000 (2) Chinese American Lions Club of Atlanta Scholarship for $1000

There will be attractive cultural performances from several Asian Pacific American communities throughout Georgia and beyond.

Please don’t miss out opportunity to interact with Asian Pacific American communities. This event’s goal is to bring our diverse community together.
Click here for last year’s event

Please contact following person for ticket, and other info
Gobinda Shrestha
(404) 313-0337

Shailendra Bajracharya
(404) 376-7292

Date : Saturday, May 3, 2014
Time : 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Reception: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Banquet Dinner: 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Venue: Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta / 1775 Pleasant Hill Road Duluth, GA 30096
Dress Code: formal  or recommended to wear native country’s National Attire
Ticket : $50 Per Person
Table of 10 for companies/sponsors with advertisement: $1,000
APAC Gala Chairs:
Varinee Samgmalee
APAC Gala Co-chair: Kim Reimann

1 Bangladesh Association of Georgia (BAG)
2 Cambodian American Association of Georgia (CAAG)
3 Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS)
4 Filipino-American Association of Greater Atlanta (Fil-Am)
5 Indian American Cultural Association (IACA)
6 Indonesian Community Heritage Foundation (ICHF)
7 Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta (KAAGA)
8 Laotian American Society (LAS)
9 Malaysian Association of Georgia (MAG)
10 Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA)
OCA-Georgia (OCA-GA)
11 Pakistani American Community of Atlanta (PAK Atlanta)
12 Atlanta Taiwanese Association of America (ATAA)
13 Thai Association World Center (TAWC USA)
15 Vietnamese American Community of Georgia (VAC-GA)

Old hand-written Nepali Passport will be discounted by November 24, 2015

For detail information, please visit Nepal Embassy website

Monthly Talk Session: Does Nepal Need Genetically Modified Organisms? Is Monsanto Good for Nepal?

The Public Relations Committee of Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA) extends a cordial invitation to the Sunday, April 20, 2014 Monthly Talk Session over the phone with Dr. C. S. Prakash

The theme of this month’s talk session is: Does Nepal Need Genetically Modified Organisms? Is Monsanto Good for Nepal?

Date: Sunday, April 20, 2014
Time: 11 AM Eastern Time 

Venue: Conference Call
Phone: 712-432-0385

Please do not miss out this important interactive session with Dr. C. S. Prakash. Following his talk, he will take questions. 
Nepal has seen a recent upsurge in the popular and social media against multinational seed companies and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and hybrid seeds.  Supreme Court of Nepal has temporarily banned imports of GMOs and hybrid seeds. Dr. Prakash will discuss the relevance of these topics and would help clarify many myths and misinformation surrounding these issues.

Dr. C. S. Prakash is a professor of plant genetics, biotechnology and genomics at Tuskegee University (USA) where he has been on faculty since 1989. He has also been actively involved in enhancing the societal awareness of food biotechnology issues around the world. Dr. Prakash also serves as Editor-in-chief of the journal GM Crops &Food.

Dr. Prakash has earlier served on the USDA’s Agricultural Biotechnology Advisory Committee under Mr. Dan Glickman (Agricultural secretary in Clinton Cabinet) and the Advisory Committee for the Department of Biotechnology for the government of India.  Dr. Prakash has been instrumental in catalyzing the scientific community in many countries to be more proactive in the biotechnology debate. He is a popular speaker who has delivered hundreds of lectures at many major universities across the globe. His commentaries, interviews and opinions have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines across the globe.

Dr. Prakash’s website was earlier an important portal disseminating information and promoting discussion in agbiotech issues among stakeholders such as scientists, policy makers, activists and journalists. His declaration in support of agricultural biotechnology was signed on by nearly 4000 scientists including 25 Nobel laureates. Through social networking sites Twitter and Facebook,  and newsletter AgBioView (which has been read by 5000 subscribers since 1999 and with over 2500 issues) along with running many online discussion groups on agbiotech in Africa and Indiahe is widely recognized as a pundit on GMO topic because of his broad focus on technical, societal and ethical issues.

Dr. Prakash was chosen by his peers as among the “100 Top Living Contributors to Biotechnology (October 2005) while the prestigious ‘Nature’ magazine readers’ short listed him for “Who’s who in biotech -  some of biotech’s most remarkable and influential personalities from the past 10 years” (March 2006).

Dr. Prakash has a bachelor’s degree in agriculture and masters in genetics from India, and obtained his Ph.D. in forestry/genetics from the Australian National University, Canberra.


Nar Kaji Gurung, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Animal Sciences at Tuskegee University, Alabama and Chair
Public Relationships Committee,
Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA)

Phone: 334-727-8457  Email: