Pakistani dramas, cuisines, music popular in Nepal: Sewa Lamsal

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MULTAN, July 9 (APP): Nepal Ambassador to Pakistan, Sewa
Lamsal Adhikari on Sunday said that Nepal and Nepalese liked
Pakistani dramas, cuisines and music.
She said this during her visit to mango festival here.
She said that Pakistani singers Mehdi Hassan and Ghulam
Ali were favourite for Nepalese and had also special respect
for Pakistan. She said that Nepal and Pakistan were connected
to each other through Gandhara and Himalaya civilizations.
Appreciating organising the event, she said that Pakistani
mangoes were popular in the world for its best quality and taste.
She hailed the administration of Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
University of Agriculture (MNSUA) for organizing mango festival.
The mango festival would also help growers to present their
produce at international level, she added.