“Rejection of Body in Devkota’s “Nidrit Bhariya.” Tara Prasad Adhikari. “Modernist Consciousness in Devkota’s Manoranjan Poems.” Meghraj Adhikari.“Deconstructive Insights in Mahakavi Devkota’s Selected Poems.” Dr. “Exploring the Performative Quality of Devkota’s Selected Poems .” Prabhu Yadav.
Ammaraj Joshi recited Dekvota's own translation into English of his own poem "Basanta" and Manoj Kumar Humagain recited Devkota's English translation of Bhim Nidhi Tiwari's "Kanpyo Lugaluga Tyo." Shishir Yogi sang two of Devkota's Nepali poems: "Damai Dai" and "Laharko Boli." 3.“Mahakavi Devkota and his Creative Potential.” Khum Sharma.“Spiritual Humanism in the Selected Poems of Tagore and Devkota.” There was also a quiz on Devkota, a performance on a grey aspect of Muna-Madan, an instrumental rendering of the poet’s “Sandhya” by Milina Tamrakar, and a Panel Discussion on “Devkota’s Craftsmanship.” Phatik Poudel moderated the panel discussion.Shishir Yogi sang Devkota's poem and Prabha Bhattarai recited "Jureliko Gaan" by Poet Devkota.The papers presented during the conference were as follows: 1. Sarita Bhattarai : “To a Beautiful Chyamini” : A Hymn to Beauty or a Voice Against Untouchability 3. Hem Raj Kafle : Epideictic Fervour in Devkota: A Rhetorical Reading of Four Sonnets 10.
The major focus of the conference was "Devkota and Language." The inaugural session was chaired by Professor Dr.