Short Biography of Krishna Lal Adhikari

Subba Krishna Lal Adhikari might probably be the first literary martyr in the history of Nepali literature. He was the author of MAKAIKO KHETI, literally a book on the cultivation of maize, which criticized the Rana government under Minister Chandra Shumshere and which took the author’s life due to the conspiracy of some villains. This incident went down in the history of Nepali literature as MAKAIPARVA (The maize scandal).
MAKAIKO KHETI was written in 1920. The author of this controversial book was born in Ramechhap district in 1887. Krishnalal was a self-made man. He moved all the way from Ramechhap to Kathmandu to join the government service during Prime Minister Chandra Shumshere.

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Short Biography of Parijat

Parijat, the pseudonym of Vishnu Kumari Waiba, was a great name in the history of Nepalese literature. She had contributed a lot for the enrichment of Nepalese literature. She was a popular novelist, poet, short storywriter and woman activist. As a woman writer, her position has no parallel.
She was born at Lingia tea garden of Darjeeling. The death of her brother by drowing in a pond led her family to leave Darjeeling for Kathmandu, Nepal. She had acquired her early education from a girl school of Darjeeling. She passed the S.L.C. examination as a student of Padmakanya Vidyashram of Kathmandu.

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Nepali politician and prolific writer B. P. Koirala

B P Koirala (Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala) was a Nepali politician and a prolific writer. He was the Prime Minister of Nepal from 1959 to 1960. He led the Nepali Congress, a social democratic political party. Koirala was the first democratically elected and 22nd Prime Minister of Nepal. He held the office for 18 months before being deposed and imprisoned at the instruction of King Mahendra.

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PRINCESS KAYA : Ranjushree Parajuli

PRINCESS KAYA : Ranjushree Parajuli | Book Review Presented by Nayan Ghimire.
Ranjushree Prajuli (2005 BS/ 1948 AD) is an active and highly dedicated writer. Dash Thunga Phool (2039 BS/ 1982 AD), Sabai Amako Santaan (2048 BS/1991 AD), Ma Birami Chhaina (2053 BS/1997AD), Andhabiswas (2054 BS/1996 AD), Katha Batika (2061 BS/2004 AD) and Miteri Gaun (2062 BS/2005 AD) are six collections of short stories containing forty nine stories through which the author gives messages of one issue or the other.

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