Founded May 1960 in London. Founder members: Pashupati SJB Rana, Hemang Dixit, Angur Baba Joshi, S K Malla, Prabal Rana, Surya B Basnyat and others. HM King Birendra, the then Crown Prince, as a student at Eton, was its patron. Self proclaimed to be the oldest Nepali organisation in the western world.
Aims & Objectives:
To promote goodwill and co-operation amongst Nepalese, to preserve Nepali culture and tradition, to voice Nepali aspirations whenever necessary, remaining strictly, non partisan social organisation.
Open to all Nepalese ordinarily living in the UK irrespective of their country of origin. Last Election held in August 1996 was a important milestone in the history of the association. Five Hundred and twenty five members from Scotland, Wales and various part of England including North and Midland gathered in London to elect the present Central Executive Committee by exercising their democratic rights. There are other professional and purpose based smaller Nepali organisations in UK but, all are members of the Yeti thus, giving the association the privilege an honour to be sole representative of all Nepalese in Britain.
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