After the successful completion of 17th round of election, Nepal finally gets her Prime Minister, Jhal Nath Khanal who is a fourth communist leader to held the position. Was it to be such; only losers are the real winners after all. First; Madhav Nepal who lost the election but ended being a care taker Prime Minister of Nepal when Maoist chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal, resigned on 4th of May,following a dispute with Nepal’s president. Read the rest of this entry »
सिपाहि (A soldier) was my first book that introduced me to Nepali Literature. That was year 11 (1997). Before that I kept me self in complete dark with my assumption that I am in no capability of understanding the words of literature. The only book in Nepali language was Mahendra Mala in school rest was in English. I was taught English Grammar since UKG but I learnt Nepali grammar when I got to class 8 and class 9-10 were intense with grammar and more in writing too which pissed me off for not being able to cope with it. They did introduce history and grammar in year 4 but all in vain. The course was scrapped; it was too much for us to handle instead we got social studies and moral science which was more or less science and the other being stories with moral values. And little did I care as I was completely soaked by English language and its literature.