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It is a collection of one act drama. There are ten contemporary one act dramas in this book. All the drama are written in simple and straight way but they are an experimental not in writing style but consciousness. His dramas are influenced and flowed by the widespread and worldviews consciousness.
Aaruka Phoolka Sapana: Dreams of Peach Blossoms₨255
This is a bilingual poetic play. In this play the time moves on several planes. It is not a linear. It is a complex process. It is a meta-history. People live the my of history but dismantle its so-called glorious moments. Out of this emerge various moments. This play depicts the untold stories of woman behind the facade of heritage in moving dramatic and poetic subtlety.
Mato ko Maya: Historical Drama₨75
This is a very famous drama that is related to the historical prince Ranadurlab and about his patriotism. It explains clearly the historical events and the attitude of the prince towards the Kingdom.
Krishi-Bala: Geeti Natya₨120
Here is a drama, in form of a rhythmic musical pattern and it portrays beautiful Nepali lifestyle people and culture. The author is known for his famous writing and contributions to the literary world and creation. He is known as the Father of Nepali Literature. This book does not pretend to produce anything original, but its aim is to produce before the reader in the most comprehensive, lucid and systematic form, a panoramic view of the people of all ages in Nepalese religion and their true colours. The characters are so vividly presented that we can find them in our normal daily life as well. The author aims to let the readers know and understand the value of own life as well as others. So we must have the feeling of cooperation and brotherhood and must live in harmony in a society.
This is a lyrical drama based on the historical story of Buddha and Yashodhara. Yashodhara is wife of Buddha and mother of Rahul.
This book is a Nepali drama based on a mythological story of Princes Dhruba.
This is a Nepali social drama that based on love story of Mukunda and Indira.
Kohi Kina Barbad Hos₨85
This is a three-part classic drama by Bijaya Malla. Themes such as child custody, the effect of love, maternity effects, and guardian’s obligation are presented in this drama.
This book is joyful, instructive and inspiring. Moreover, it should be considered as a new light and as a new milestone within the history of Nepali prose. The blows and counter blows within the circle of a family are depicted in such an interesting way that whoever begins to read this book will not want to put it down. It embodies the ideal of reform in domestic life.