Teej Celebration 2013


NNS is organizing Nepali Teej Ko Daar Festival on Saturday August 31st, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM at Bellevue University, Bellevue, NE. On this auspicious occasion, please join us to celebrate our tradition with delicious Homemade Foods (prepared by Great Cooks from our current Board Members and Founders), Folk Teej Dances, Latest Teej Songs, DJ and much more …….Special warm welcome to all the Ladies and Gentlemen are also welcome to join. Let’s come together to rock this event and to make it memorable!!!

Delicious Dish Menus           
1.   Pulau
2.   Nepali Style Chicken Curry
3.   Fry Cauliflower with Alu
4.   Kerau & Aaluko Chole
5.   Alu Mix Achar
6.   Pakauda
7.   Khir
8.   Puri
9.   Jeri Sweet
10. Gulab Jamun Sweet
11. Yogurt
12. Macaroni Cheese for Kids
13. Chips
14. Cold Drinks

Thank You
NNS Team 2012-2013

NNS Annual Free Picnic

Venue: Lake Manawa State Park, 1100 S. Shore Dr., Counsil Bluffs IA 51501
Shelter Number # 6

Date: July 27th, 2013

Time: 11:00am - 5:00pm



NNS Golf Tournament 2013

Date: August 10th 2013
Venue and Price: TBD
Tee time: 10.00 AM
Registration end: August 3rd

USGA Golf Rules Applies

Contact: Udzwol Santyal, Binaya Regmi


NNS Annual Soccer League

Hello All,
NNS is organizing our Annual Soccer League, This year we will be changing the Trophy name from “NNS CUP” to “Anurakta Memorial Cup” in memory of our beloved founder. It will be a Running Cup. Please register your team as soon as possible. Below are the Details:
Name of the Trophy: - “Anurakta Memorial Running Trophy”
Date: July 19-21 (Depending upon the # of team and with team captain it may change to 2 days only)
Time: July 19, Friday (6pm-8:30pm)
July 20, Saturday & July 21st Sunday (TBD)

Fees: $10 per player
Venue: Papillion Area

Game Format:

  1. League come knock out
  2. 9 Vs. 9 (Maximum 14-We want everyone to participate)
  3. League will be 25 min each Halves total 50 min
  4. Knockout 30 min halves total 60 min
  5. Unlimited Substitution
  6. FIFA rules applies
  7. Players must sign a Waiver

Bellevue: Sachin Gurung
West Omaha: Kapil Shrestha/Sujan Bhandari
North Omaha (Bhutanese Team): TBD
South Omaha: Ujjwol Satyal/Kalpu Rai




Date: July 5, 2013
ALL NNS Members
Nebraska Nepalese Society
Nebraska, United States

Based on the consecutive meeting minutes of current Executive Board and dictation by the NNS Bylaws amendment workshop held on June 29, 2013 Bellevue University at West Omaha, the following  announcement has been made to ALL PUBLIC/NNS MEMBERS:
1.    We are in the direction of NNS Bylaws Amendment.
2.   Click this Link for a copy of NNS Edited (Version 2.0) Bylaws Amendment Draft for the discussion and your feedback.
3.    Please, go through it and provide a feedback at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it before July 26, 2013.
4.    Looking for NNS Bylaw Amendment Committee Formation. Please put your note of interest to be the part of NNS Bylaw Amendment committee within the time frame aforementioned.

Thank you ALL and have a Fun Filled summer!

Nebraska Nepalese Society Executive Board 2013
Nebraska, United States

Invitation on NNS Bylaw Amendment Workshop/Paper Conference

Dear ALL NNS Members

Nebraska Nepalese Society

Nebraska, USA

Subject: Invitation on NNS Bylaw Amendment Workshop/Paper Conference:

On behalf of Nebraska Nepalese Society - Executive Team 2013, we collectively extend our great pleasure to invite you to attend NNS Bylaw Amendment Workshop/ Paper Conference to be held in the following day, time and venue:

Date: June 29th, 2013 – Saturday

Time: 3:00 to 5:00PM

Conference Duration: 2 hours

Venue: Bellevue University (West Omaha) Lozier Room Number 918 (2810 N 118th St, Omaha, NE 68164)

We want to sincerely work together to get a commonly acceptable bylaw document that is compatible to the Non-profit Volunteer Organizations that have been established in the United States and have the successful track record of Community Service.

Please, make all your arrangements to attend the conference and be advised to bring a pen and a paper with you for the conference. And, also, have your thoughts put together on what new points you would be interested in adding up in the existing NNS bylaw.

We hope to see you all in the bylaw amendment conference in the stipulated time and venue.

Please click here to the NNS Draft Amendment documents.


Mr. Bimal Adhikari & Team 2013
Nebraska Nepalese Society, Nebraska, USA

Anurakta Memorial Soccer

Hello All,

On behalf of Nebraska Nepalese Society (NNS) and its family, we sincerely extend our heartfelt condolence for the untimely demise of one of Our Founding Member Mr. Anurakta Shrestha –The entire Nebraska Nepalese Society and its family are saddened by Anurakta Shrestha's death. Anurakta  was more than just a friend; he was a wonderful person. His role and contribution as a Founding Member to Nebraska Nepalese Society is greatly commendable. His passing will not only leave a void in our lives, but in the hearts of everyone who knew him. Anurakta's memory will always remain deep within our hearts. In order to keep his legacy to our community, NNS would like to organize a Soccer Event and a Fund Raiser.

NNS used to organize a Married Vs. Un-Married soccer game every year and with passage of time it was re-named to Under 25 Vs. Over 25. NNS Sports Team would like to take this opportunity and organize a soccer game for the same purpose. We have received permission from Late. Mr. Anurakta’s family & would like to request you all to please come and join us for this event and show your support to one of our own.

We will be also conducting a co-Ed soccer for ages 7 -15, please encourage parents to register. We will be doing Nebraska RED and Nebraska Blue during half time (20 min)

Please let us know if you would like to sponsor Trophies, Medal, Certificates or Refreshments (Water, Gatorade, Juice..)

Soccer and Fund Raising Detail
Date: Saturday June 29th
Time: 10:00 am CST
Venue: Papillion Soccer Complex
Registration Fee: $5.00 per player
Contact: Ujjwol Satyal(402-210-1720) or email – This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Thank you

NNS Team


On behalf of Nebraska Nepalese Society (NNS) and its family, we sincerely extend our heartfelt condolence for the untimely demise of Late Mr. Anurakta Shrestha – who was the founder member of Nebraska Nepalese Society in its commencement. We also express our sympathy for the bereaved family and pray the God for the departed soul to rest in heaven and urge the almighty to give strength to the bereaved family to bear this intolerable loss.

The entire Nebraska Nepalese Society and its family are saddened by Anurakta Shrestha's death. Anurakta  was more than just a friend; he was a wonderful person. He was always so kind and considerate to us that we always welcomed seeing him at every opportunity. His role and contribution as a Founding Member to Nebraska Nepalese Society is greatly commendable. His passing will not only leave a void in our lives, but in the hearts of everyone who knew him. Anurakta's memory will always remain deep within our hearts.

With deepest sympathy,
NNS Family


Good Evening All,
I hope every body is busy with the work and having pleasant weekend time with the family and friends. Assuming the role of Editor in Chief of Nebraska Nepalese Society News Letter Publication Committee (the news letter to be published in the upcoming festival celebration of Dashain and Tihar), I would like to communicate to you all about emailing me the the articles, poetries, drawings, arts and any other creative works of your children and yourself  as early as possible. It is believed that well begun is half done and good planning adds color on it. Therefore, I am calling for the articles soonest the possible that lets us work in advance and look into making the news letter error free and a fine piece of an academic work.
At the same note, please write to me if you have any better insights and inputs in bettering the forthcoming publication. As the editing team, I would specially like to invite the inputs from Sanchita Sharma, Jagan Nath Sharma, Yadu N. Sapkota and Puru KC in particular and every body in general.
Let's all be mindful that as far as it is possible, we would appreciate everybody to send the articles electronically that will ease our process of editing go quicker and more convenient manner. Exception to this, if we have any articles written in Nepali, please scan the article document and email direct to me.
Starting from this year, we have decided to add the Recognition Page in the News Letter, so, if our kids have any outstanding recognition in academics or extra curricular or co-curricular activities or at employment, please email me the document with complete information of recognition.
Should you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to write to me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Thank you very much and you all have a happy long awaiting summer. Have fun with your family and friends, I remain,
Krishna Kandel
Editor in Chief
NNS News Publication Committee

NNS New Year 2070 Work Distribution

Date: 04/27/2013

Venue: Bellevue University

1.     Hosts

Jay Prakash Rijal (Denver)

2.     Stage Manager

2.1. Supervisor

Bimal Adhikari, Ajit Adhikary, Udzwol Satyal

2.2. Sound System

Ayush Pant, Bishal BK and Bikash Shrestha

2.3. Kalakar Preparation:

Sanchita Sharma, Bishnu Adhikari, Manisa Maharjan, Sumitra Newpane, Sanjay Shrestha, Purna BK, Nirajan Mani, Binay Regmi

3.     Cooking Help

Head Cook: Tika Ram, Bobby Upadhyaya, Anil Kumar Dhungel

Assistant: Dev Raj Kendal, Santosh Kumar Risal, Amrit Kendel, Bhakta Bhatta, Raghu Sapkota, Nita Koirala, Bamsi Koirala, Purna Bishwokarma, Sanchita Sharma, Manisa Maharjan, Bishworup Maharjan, Basanta Shrestha, Bishnu Pun Adhikari, Binaya Regmi, Mana Bishwokarma, Bishnu Sapkota.

4.     Sound Systems....

4.1.  NNS’s Sound System :

Auditorium Hall

Coordinator Ayush Panta , Udzwol Satyal, Bimal Adhikari and Bikash Shrestha

4.2.  Bishal’s Sound System

Auditorium Hall

Coordinator Ayush Panta , Udzwol Satyal, Bimal Adhikari and Bikash Shrestha

4.3.  Bimal’s Sound System

Student Center

DJ - Lead Bishal BK and Biraj Pokharel

Assistant: Ayush Panta , Udzwol Satyal, Bimal Adhikari and Bikash Shrestha

5.     Food

5.1.                     Alcohol Department

Serve hour: 6:00 PM to 12:30 PM

Location: Bellevue University Student Center (ONLY)

  • Coordinator: Kishor Karki
  • Assistant: Bobby Upadhyaya, Indra Rai

5.2.  Liquored Licensed by Tandoor Restaurant

5.3.  Security Gaud – 2 Bellevue Police

5.4.  Bar Tender – 2

    • Bud Light –                        $2.00 for $5 and 1 for $3.00
    • Corona –                           $2.00 for $5 and 1 for $3.00
    • Wine Red/White                $3.00
    • Hard Drink Shot                 $3.00
    • Jack Daniel                        $3.00
    • Coke (Regular) (60)           $1.00


5.5.  ICE

Little King 114th and Dodge

Little King 90th and Fort

Tandur Restaurant 175th and West Center

5.6.                     Food transportation

Biraj Pokharel, Ajit Adhikary, Puru KC, Bhim Subedi

5.7.                     BU Student Center Setup

5.7.1.  Initial setup

Setup Time: 1:00PM

Location: Bellevue University Student Center

Udzwol Satyal, Bimal Adhikari, Puru KC, Nirajan Mani, Mitra Bhattarai

5.7.2.  Final setup

Setup Time: 4:00PM

Location: Bellevue University Student Center

Purna Bishwokarma, Nirajan Mani, Mitra Bhattarai, Purna Bishwokarma, Basanta Shrestha, Ajit Adhikary

5.7.3.  Food Handler

Serve hour: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Location: Bellevue University Student Center

Tika Ram Sapkota, Purna Bishwokarma, Basant Shrestha, Bhim Subedi, Raghu Sapkota, Krishna Kandel, Nirajan Mani, Bhim Subedi, Sanjay Shrestha

5.7.4.  Water

Jaganath Sharma, Purna BK, Bimal Adhikari, Ajit Adhikary

6.     Photographers

  • Bishworup Maharjan
  • Nirakar Rajbhandari
  • Krishna P Shakya
  • Ananta Man Shakya
  • Umesh Parajuli

7.     Front Door

7.1.  Door Keeper (2)

7.2.  Data Entry

  • Nirajan Mani
  • Mitra Bhattari

7.3.  Ticket and Money Collection

  • Bishnu Adhikari
  • Manisha Maharjan
  • Sanchita Sharma
  • Sumitra Newpane

7.8.  Badge (Wrist Band) 2 Colors

9.    Back Door – NO ENTRY

  • Puru KC
  • Biraj Pokharel
  • Jagnath Sapkota
Nepali New Year 2070 Party on April 27th 2013

On behalf of the NNS Organizing committee, we would like to invite you to the Nepali New Year’s Event on 27th of April 2013 at Bellevue University (Bellevue, NE). All performances MUST be registered before April 15th. No performances are accepted after the due date or during the event.

Interested Performers, Please Contact:
Ayush Panta 402.517.1127 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
Ajit Adhikari 563.505.6674
Bimal Adhikari 402.880.8578

Ticket Price: $5 (10 and Under: Free)


Date: Saturday night, 6pm, April 27th, 2013
Location: Bellevue University Student center and Criss Auditorium

 Nepali Kalakar

gauri malla nalina


1st Day of NNS Hoops Day 2013


What an Exciting Day! NNS Board would to thank you all for coming and supporting the “NNS HOOPS DAY” We started at 3 pm with Seven Teams and ended with Four Teams at 10:30 pm. The excitement does not stop here. The Best four teams will fight for the place in the final on Sunday at 10 am. Schedule for Semi-Final, Final and the result From Saturday’s game are below.

Sunday: March 24th
1st Semi Final: 10:00 am -11:00am Dunkin Hanuman Vs Wichita
2nd Semi –Final: 11:15am - 12:15 pm Colorado Vs Himalayan Hoops (Dallas)

12:30pm- 1:30 pm: 3 Pointers
2:00pm-3:00pm: FINAL
3:00pm -3:30pm: Prize Distribution
4:00pm: Refreshments

Saturday’s Result:
3:00 pm -3:50 pm- Colorado (40) v/s Minnesota (29)
4:00 pm -4:50 pm- Dunkin Hanuman (56) v/s Himalayan Hoops (53)
5:00 pm- 5:50pm- Nebraska (21) v/s Killa (32)
6:00 pm – 6:50 pm Colorado (36) v/s Wichita (34)
7:00pm – 7: 50 pm Nebraska (38) v/s Dunkin Hanuman (54)
8:00 pm – 8:50pm Wichita (44) v/s Minnesota (37)
9:00 pm – 9:50 pm Killa (26) v/s Himalayan Hoops (67)

2nd Day of NNS Hoops Day 2013


The Excitement continued from previous day and Sunday’s games were exception. The First Semi-Final Game was between Dunkin Hanuman (DH) Vs Wichita , even though DH only had just Five players in the team they showed real character and took the game to overtime. In Regular time the score was tied at 37 but Wichita turn around the game and Beat DH by just 2 basket. The Total Score was DH 43; Wichita 45. This game had everything you look forward in a tight Semi-Final Match: We see a lot of passion, determination, Team co-ordination, supporters on their feet and so on….

The second Semi-Final Match was between Himalayan Hoops Dallas Vs Colorado and what a cracker of a game this was too. Intensity was at the max, even there was a lot of passion and intensity, the # of fouls committed was comparably low. Both the team showed really a good team spirit but Colorado came on top to win this one by 8 baskets. The total score was Colorado 45; Himalayan Hoops 37.

Right before the final, Binay Regmi organized the free throw competition and it was fill with fun and laughter.

The much awaited Final was between Colorado and Wichita, the previous game between these two was a buzzer beater. The final shot from Colorado decided the outcome in that match and everyone was hoping for the same in this one. The final between these two team was very tight, both teams showed aggression, passion, determination & willingness to outscore the opponent. The first half ended with Wichita scoring 20 & Colorado was on top with 28 points. The second half started the same as the first half, Colorado was on top for a brief moment, Wichita came back with couple of points. After a while the game change when Sharad Robertson who was outstanding the whole tournament took matter into his own hands and started scoring freely. Once Sharad started scoring it was a one way traffic. It seemed as though Wichita gave up in 2nd half, they seemed tired. The number of players in Colorado was 12 compared to 7 for Wichita. Numbers does matter when it’s a 2 day event, more players you have less tired your team going to be. The decision making process becomes harder when the team is tired and team Wichita was showing that at the end of 2nd half. The final score was Colorado 52; Wichita 41.

No matter what the circumstances were, Colorado were the BEST team and they deserved to be champion. Sharad Robertson won the MVP two years in a row, remember the name, :”Sharad Robertson” # 5. He and Team Colorado will be back next year to Win this Tournament Again! Let's see who will try to stop them...


Prize Distribution: Tara Pokharel (Life-Time Trustee); Gyanendra B Chettry (Founder); Sunil Acharaya (Trustee); Bimal Adhikari (President); Ujjwol Satyal (Sports Co-ordinator); Ayush Panta (General Secreetary).

A big thank you to all the Sponsors, Volunteers and supporters who made this event a Grand Success.

Some Quotes from the Team

“ It was a wonderful event ujjwol dai... thank you so much for such a great organization....We definitely hope to see u next year....”
Arpan gauchan : Team Wichita

“Thank you and everyone from Omaha for hosting another successful, well-run event. We definitely look forward to seeing you all again next year!”
Rasheeb : Dunkin Hanuman

“Thank you. It was very good. Very well organized. We will see you next year. “

Pasang : Team Colorado

Message from the President 2012-2014

Dear Respected NNS members,

     I am honored and humbled to begin as president of  Nebraska Nepalese Society (NNS). Thank you all for giving me an opportunity to serve our community. I would like to unite, extend strong brotherhood, as well as peace and harmony within our community. I am expecting all the support I need to lead the NNS and bring it to a newer height of prosperity. I will never forget the aspiration and my responsibility to the community.

     As we move on, my team and I will do our best to respect every member of the community and honor your ability to make the desired change in the society. In the meantime, you will see some structural changes in the organization, which will bring the society to a different level. When we initiate important work, We will always keep in mind that we will work together to prosper our cultural heritage, Nepalese identity and social harmony in the society.

     Furthermore, I heartily like to thank and acknowledge all NNS members, former executives, Volunteers and NNS founders who have been a part of the society for over 11 years.

     Finally, I request you all to join with me renewing your commitment to serve this great community with love and respect which will bring us together on the same platform: unite our community, and bring us peace and harmony. With your valuable help, support and suggestions we will continue to shine on the days to come with the way the vision that our founding members have envisioned and the extra value that past executives have added  every year to bring the society in to new height.  

Thank You,
Bimal Adhikari

NNS President


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