After the inauguration of book, chief guest Mr. Maha Prashad Adhikari, Governor, Nepal Rastra Bank given his speech regarding the contribution of Dr Harihar Dev Pant in financial access and increasing inclusion for Nepal’s unbanked and under-banked is unmatched. He was truly a great visionary leader, teacher and guardian. His contribution will always be remembered, At last he congratulate all the winners for their successful work and continue their work. On the occasion Special Guest Mr. Ganesh Bahadur Thapa, former NRB governor, described Dr Harihar Dev Pant as being the main initiator in introducing a revolution in the country’s micro finance sector. He was influenced by Mohammad Yunus, a Nobel Prize winner and founder of Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, started providing micro credit services to poor women from Rupandehi district. “He commenced the service by offering micro loans to underprivileged women to run micro enterprises with a goal to make poverty zero.He also claimed the significance of such companies would be even greater now considering the Covid-19 impact on the poor population.On the occasion, Special Guest Mr. Rewat Karki, Chairperson, Centre for Micro Finance Nepal also praised him and his contribution towards the sector of micro finance for the poor as a right guardian “The Father of Micro Finance in Nepal“.