Journalist Kishor Panthi is the writer of Kampan. His audiobook is out now. The audiobook is available on Amazon, iTunes, and Audible.
Kishor Panthi, an eminent journalist, residing in New York, has recently published an audible of “KAMPAN.” The book has been simultaneously launched in several different countries, including Nepal, the USA, the UK, Europe, etc. The book delineates the afflictions of the people of Nepal because of the destructive earthquake of April 25th, 2015. The wrath of Mother Nature was a catastrophe that affected the lives of millions of Nepalese. The worst nightmare snatched lives, homes, families from people in just fraction of seconds. As people of Nepal have together faced this tragedy with fortitude, the poignant details of tribulation evoke the memories of the horrific earthquake and strengthen the bond of fraternity among peoples of Nepal residing world.
The audiobook is the living document of wailing and hope after Nepal’s devastating earthquake in 2072 BS. The audiobook was made public on Thursday. This audiobook, recorded in the voice of Suresh Shahi, who has worked in radio and television in Nepal for a long time, The audiobook is 6 hours and 15 minutes long.
Forrest Sobal, who has been producing audio versions of Audible, produced the audio for Kampan.
According to the author, Kampan is the first Nepali book on an audible platform. After the Nepali language book got access to Amazon and Audible, the way has been opened for audiobooks of other Nepali language books.
Kampan: The book teaches you no matter how difficult the situation is, never lose hope. Be optimistic, Is out now on AUDIBLE (Audio Book).
Author: Kishor Panthi
Narrated by: Suresh Shahi
Length: 6 hrs and 15 min
Categories: Biographies & Memoirs, Adventurers, Explorers & Survival