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Dr. Pradeep Dhakal is from Nepal. He completed PhD in Religion and Peace (Hinduism and Peace) from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi India in 2010.
Pradeep worked as a Lecturer in Tribhuvan University for 2004-2005. He has written 'The Forlorn Journey' (Genuine request to the Educated people to work for Peace and Humanity) and 'The Quest' (A request for all the women of the world to shoulder the responsibility of the world and work for Peace) published in 2006. He is Editor of a book of culture 'Complete Study of Rama Temple of Kathmandu' published in 2006. He has written hundreds of articles for Nepalese/International Newspapers/ Journals. Currently, he is a columnist for 'Annapurna Post' National Daily publishing from Kathmandu, Nepal.
Pradeep is Deputy Convener of Religion and Peace Commission of International Peace Research Association (IPRA).
At present, he is conducting research on 'Role of Spiritualism for World Peace', independently.
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Nepal, South Asia and Religion and Spiritual aspect of the world.
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Independent Peace Researcher
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