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Gitanjali, a collection of 103 originally written in Bangla translated into Nepali, is a masterpiece which won him the Nobel prize for Literature in 1913. These immensely touching verses were written in Bengali in 1910, after he lost his father, wife, second daughter and youngest son. Gitanjali’s canvas encompasses life’s experiences with an innocence and simplicity that one does not find elsewhere in literature.
The author has written this book by being inspired from the character Radha, the beloved one of Lord Krishna. He has chosen this character because there may be many questions regarding her in every persons mind. Basically this book is written on the basis of the incomplete but yet so pure and true lovestory between Lord Krishna and Radha. Here the author has presented Radha herself as the main character who describes each and every incidents clearly. In this book it is shown that how one feels when he/she falls in love and how the feeling of jealousy arise. Similarly the pain of losing our loved ones and bearing that pain and moving on in life is the part of our life. This fact of love and life is also presented in the book beautifully. Therefore, one can easily understand and relate with these facts after reading this book. So, we can easily understand this book.
This is Sharda Sharma’s first novel. This is story of the strike of time-tragedy of history and present society and the ripple of socio-spiritual desire and sexual hunger of the characters that could be seen around us. Her writing is lucid and elegance in style. This book won Padmashree Award 2069.
The highlight of this book is mainly on established but not yet stabilised Nepali Government, democracy, monarchy of Nepal from over a hundred years, economical, social and political state, awareness, culture and tradition. It is a means to reflect the generations and changes in a hundred years, an effort, creativity and an attempt. The characters are pasteurized in such a way that they look real, and tend to give us a wonderful message even in this present modern Nepal. While reading we will move into better understanding and intellectual knowledge. This book won Sajha Puraskar in 2065.
Mera Jeewanka Pana₨185
This is an autobiography of Gaura Prasai, who is one of the brave woman communist revolutionary who involved in the revolution to over thrown the Panchyat regime. When she was revolutionary, she was sold in a brothel of India, rapped and had to go through mental and physical torture in Jail but she faced all those trauma and pain. This book won the well-acclaimed literary award, Sajha Puraskar 2012.
The story of this novel is based on a Terai of Nepal though its a contemporary novel which is able to present the questions raised by the myths, consciousness, absurdity, satire, humor, fantasy, social, and human existence in a very effective and artistic way. The book has won Madan Puraskar, the highly prestigious literary award in Nepal in B.S. 2040.
Shirish ko Phool₨255
This novel is about Suyogbir, the most flirty guy who fall in love with his friends sister who is half of his age, Sakambari, the character in the novel who seems to be such a strong woman who is an atheist and lives her life in her own way in the way she wants. It reveals the answer to question that why guilt is so painful that made such a strong woman to suicide?
White House ko Ghampani₨250
This book is a travelogue of the author to visit of America. It has twenty-three essays which includes memoir of the author from the preparation to visit and staying in Singapore in transit and to America and people met in America. Mr. Nayaghare is the winner of Madan Puraskar the most prestigious award of Nepal in 2065.
Srasta ra Sahitya₨250
Uttam Kunwar was a journalist too. This book is a collection of interview of the renowned authors such as Balkrishna Sama, Lain Singh Bangdel, Kamal Dixit, Siddhicharan Shrestha, Gobinda Bahadur Malla, Dharmaraj Thapa, Ratnadhwaj Joshi, Surya Bikram Gyawali, Bhawani Bikshu, Mohan Koirala, Kedar Man Byathit, King Mahendra, Indra Bahadur Rai, Bijaya Malla, Madhav Ghimire, Dharanidhar Koirala etc. It has thirty-five articles that he wrote at the age of twenty-seven that made him to win Nepal’s the prestigious award Madan Puraskar in B. S. 2023.
Flashback ma Jindagi₨170
Laxmi Uprety is not new name in Nepali literature. She has written stories, poems, essays and now she has tried in novel too. This novel is written for teenagers keeping them in mind. This novel tries to show the problems and struggles that teenagers are facings.
Laxmi Prasad ko Muna Madan₨130
Muna Madan, a classic of Nepali language, is a book every Nepalese holds dear to the heart. Written in popular Jhyaure folk tradition, the play weaves a moving tale of Madan who goes to Lhasa to earn an honest dream of bedecking his beloved wife, Muna, with ornaments of gold and of fulfilling the final wishes of his ailing mother.
Cheerharan, centered on Daupadi the most strongest female character of Mahabharata is written in a different angle. This novel mirrors our society where woman have to go through suffering and existence of consciousness. This book is nominated for the Madan Puraskar the prestigious literary award for the year 2072 and won Padmashri Samman for 2072.
Aina, the Mirror is a collection of twenty short stories. The stories in this collection are very short and simple stories, reflecting the dark realities of poor people of remote district of far west Nepal. Recommended for those who loves to read Nepali literature. This book won Madan Puraskar for 2073.