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Ukhanmulak Lokkatha ko Sangalo₨160
This book is a collection of Nepali proverbial folk stories. It has 124 stories.
Nepali Dantyakatha Sangrah₨195
Many of the stories in this volume begin with the phrase, In one country, or, In a certain country. This country being described is not a country in the modern sense of the word, but rather, refers to an earlier period in Nepal’s history when there were many provinces or territories ruled by local kings. I have replaced this opening phrase with the more colloquial English opening phrase of standard folk tales, Once upon a time which undoubtedly will be more familiar to many readers.
Nepali Lok Katha Sangalo₨195
This book is a collection of fifteen Nepali folk tales.
A stories collection of fiction and myths based on real ancient stories.
Satya Pauranik Katha₨425
A collection of fiction and myths based on real ancient stories.
The Panchatantra is an ancient collection of interrelated animal fables in Sanskrit verse and prose, arranged within a frame story. This is its Nepali presentation by Bishwaraj Dhungana.
An Encounter with the Yeti and Other Nepali Stories₨125
In a land where time had stood till for centuries, decades now go fast and unnoticed. Ghosts have fled and even the yeti has been discredited. Certain traditions however are persistently carried on.
Myths and Legends of Nepal₨400
The present book is the result of the author’s long acquaintance with the ancient, yet living, traditions of Nepalese legends regarding the various gods and goddesses who, in the imagination of persons have been born and brought up in the age-old culture of Nepal, particularly the valley of Kathmandu and its adjoining districts which still abound not only in the temples but also in every lovely nook and corner of the hills, valleys , rivers and lakes in this region.
Selected Folk Tales of Nepal₨150
In this new collection of folktales, he retells a variety of stories that, offer a fascinating glimpse into Nepali ways, manners and general outlook on life.
The lazy Conman
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‘Do you not have eyes? Can’t you see that I am watering my tree?’ The merchant said, ‘But there are clothes on the branches.’ ‘Yes, I would expect a clothes-tree to grow clothes—wouldn’t you?’ Kakaji is a lazy man, much given to sitting around, until, one day, his wife kicks him out in a rage.