Satya Mohan Joshi Dies At 103 Nepal's Man Of Century Bio Family Net Worth Explored


It is very hard to announce that a very well-known Napali writer and scholar, Satya Mohan Joshi passed away reportedly on Sunday at the age of 103. Joshi is known for his research on the history and culture of Nepal. He was working as the chancellor of the Nepal Bhasa Academy. Recently the author passing news came on the Internet and this news has gone viral on social media platforms.  Satya Mohan Joshi’s death news left many people in shock and pain. Presently, all the people are very interested to know about him and how did he die. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article.

Satya Mohan Joshi Dies At 103 Nepal's Man Of Century Bio Family Net Worth Explored

As far as we know, Satya Mohan Joshi was a long-time surviving litterateur from Nepal. He lost his life when he was 103 years old. As per Suraj Bajracharya, Director at KIST Medical College and Teaching Hospital, He had taken his last breath on Sunday 16th October 2022, Sunday morning around 7:09 am. The centenarian was under medical treatment for prostate and heart-related diseases since 23 September 2022 and was transferred to the ICU on 10 October. Scroll down to the next page for getting the right information about the news.

Who Was Satya Mohan Joshi?

Reportedly, During a brief phone conversation with the post, Anu Raj Joshi, Joshi’s son. His son was taking care of him when he was admitted to the hospital, stated that since Joshi has donated his body the family did not decide yet what to do with his body. Because he already contributed his body to the hospital, and we are yet to discuss how to proceed”, his son said. The previous year the Joshi couple marked an agreement with the hospital to donate their bodies to the hospital for research after their death. Scroll down the page for more information about the news.

Satya Mohan Joshi was born in Patan in 1991. He has contributed to arts and culture with 60 books on drama, history, culture, and music to his name. A three-time recipient of the Madan Puraskar for his work on flok studies, Napali numismatics, and the traditions of the Karnali region, the culture scholar is a popular name in every family in Nepal. Since his passing news came on the Internet lots of people have been expressing the condolences messages to his family and paying tributes to him on Social Networking sites. Stay tuned to Social Telecast for more updates.



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