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Jayaraj Acharya

Jayaraj Acharya, Nepalese diplomat. Recipient 5 gold medals; Fulbright scholar, 1984-1986.

Background

  • Acharya, Jayaraj was born on November 12, 1951 in Tanahun, Nepal. Son of Nara Nath and Ganga D. Acharya.

  • Education

    • Tribhuvan University, 1969-1976, Master of Arts Sanskirt, 1974-1976, Master of Arts English. Georgetown University, United States of America, 8490, Doctor of Philosophy. Spoken languages: Nepali, English, Hindi, Sanskrit.

    Career

    • Associate professor English literature Tribhuvan University, 1978-1984. Minister state Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala, Nepal. Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary, permanent representative of Kingdom of Nepal United Nations, 1991.

      Activist Nepali Congress Party, since 1970. Journalist, translator, orator in field.

    Major achievements

    • Avocation, reading.

    Works

    • Author: Traditional Grammars: English and Nepali. A Study, 1980, A Descriptive Grammar of Nepali and an Analyzed Corpus, 1991, The Nepala-Mahatmya (Legends on the Sacred Places and Deities), 1992. Contributor over 150 articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member Association for Asian Studies, United States of America. Linguistic Society of America.

    Personality

    Interests

    South Asian relations. International development. Painting; reading literature.

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    • Married Usha Acharya, 1981. 2 children.
    • father: Nara Nath
    • mother: Ganga D. Acharya
    • spouse: Usha Acharya
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    Born November 12, 1951
    (age 66)
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