Nepali New Year 2080 Dinner & Concert 


Nepali New Year 2080

Community, connection and support when you need it

Our mission is to build, preserve and promote an enthusiastic, active and supportive community among the Nepalis and friends of Nepal in the state of Minnesota. Thus, strengthening the bond of friendship and co-operation. 

Dashain & Tihar Night 2022 In Pictures

The event was a blast! Don’t you believe it? Pictures don’t lie. Check out the amazing pictures of this mega event of the year. Thanks Surabhi Photography for your support to the community.

News and Events

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2023-2025 ANMN Board Election

We are excited to announce that the 2023-2025 ANMN Board Election will be held in April, and the election committee is now accepting nominations for the positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. If you are interested in running for any of these positions, we encourage you to submit your nomination using this nomination (more…)


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Civic engagement and voter education – an effort funded by the Asian American Organizing Project

We are pleased to announce that ANMN was a recipient of the Minnesota Asian Power grant from the Asian American Organizing Project (AAOP), a non-partisan, nonprofit organization founded in 2013. AAOP works to empower young Asian Minnesotans to create systems change for an equitable, conscious, and just society.  The grant is part of AAOP’s ongoing effort (more…)

A warm welcome and best wishes this festive season

A warm welcome and best wishes this festive season

It is my immense pleasure to serve as the President of the Association of Nepalis in Minnesota (ANMN). We strive for preserving our cultures and strengthening bonds of friendship so that everyone can live a good life. Taking an opportunity of auspicious annual festival Dashain (“Mhening” in my native language), I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to you all.

We have new leaders!

We have new leaders!

After the election was postponed in May, the 2020-2021 board graciously extended it’s term until some normalcy returned in our lives. Elections were held, and new executive board members have been announced. Watch this space as we share more information about our new leaders, and what their vision is for the future of ANMN.