Madhav Prasad Ghimire: – “I think poets should be able to go beyond the social hierarchy and bring visions to humanity, and by using their poetic abilities, they should be able to expand the mind and pursue the truth.” , this is the great sentence by Madhav Prasad Ghimire.
Madhav Prasad Ghimire is a renowed Nepalese poet who has given great contribution in the Nepalese literature. He is one of the last of the oldest generation of poets in Nepal. He was motivated by the works of Rabindranath Tagore. He is a poet of the romantic tradition.
He has written many incredible books such as Gauri, Malati Mangale, Himal Pari Himal Wari, Aswathama, Rajheswari and Shakuntala and he is well known for his inspiring works. He was honored as Rashtra Kavi (poet of the nation) of Nepal. He is undoubtedly one of the rare poets in Nepal to gain fame and fortune, and not the unfortunate forgetfulness they normally receive.
But the greatest asset of his life is its simplicity. He is a very simple person with a simple taste, but his verses are varied and complex. However, for some he is a Himalayan poet and for some the poets of love and harmony. However, this truth cannot be denied: he is a lyric poet and one of the true servants of Nepali literature.
It is also a national treasure associated with the golden age of Nepali literature. He is one of the last of the oldest generation of poets whose contemporaries, Bal Krishna Sama and Laxmi Prasad Devkota, have become historical figures in the annals of Nepalese literature.
It is known that in his masterpieces such as Gauri and Malati Mangale he portrayed terrible truths of society. This literature were most praised by the Nepalese. Some of his other important literary works include Himal Pari Himal Wari, Rajeshwori, Aswathama and Shakuntala which are most appreciated.
He is a simple man with a complex and different perception. Rastra Kabi Ghimire was cited as a source of inspiration in the Nepalese literary brotherhood. Not only writing, but also his will to live has inspired many Nepalese. According to him, there are three mantras to live longer; Easy exercise or yoga, positive thinking and creativity.
For him, education in his own life is very important, since it takes a person from darkness to light and it is very important that Nepali youth should learn the these things from him. He is respected by the people of Nepal.
Early life and education
Ghimire was born on September 23, 1919 in a town called Pustun in the Lamjung district of Nepal. Ghimire’s mother died when he was about a year and a half, and he spent his childhood in Lamjung district with his father among the hills, trees, rivers and soothing streams of rural Nepal.
He learned to read at the age of six, and at age eight or nine, he learned the Panchanga from a man named Fulebaba. In his childhood, the appropriate educational opportunities in Lamjung were missing.
His first teacher was a holy man who taught Ghimire and others the English alphabet of an old grammar book. He began his formal education at the age of 12 when his father sent him to study astrology, which he directed for more than two years. He was then sent to the Bhasa Patshala language school, which was about two hours away from his village.
His interest in literature began to flourish in his youth when he read spiritual books like “Bedh” and “Chandi”. “I liked these books because they not only provide entertainment to people, but also give them a social message,” he said. In the place where the availability of books was very rare, a book called “Upadesh Manjari” arrived at Ghimire’s house. The book of rhythmic poems inspired him to open his pen and enter the world of poetry.
The professor was a Sanskrit scholar (an expert), and Ghimire received a lot of attention because the pandit thought that Ghimire was dedicated to his studies. Fortunately, he studied Ramayana after receiving it as a prize and also read the Mahabharata.
From there he reached the letter of Lekhnath Poudyal. It was the latter who inspired him to write verses that he showed to his teacher. The teacher liked his poems and encouraged him to move on. He sent a poem to today’s national newspaper Gorkhaparta, which published it, and since then there has been no review of Ghimire.
He remained in Bhasa Patshala for about three years until one day he went to Kathmandu without notifying anyone at home. In the capital he met with students of the Sanskrit Patshala, where he initially stayed.
Thus began the student life of Ghimire in Kathmandu, and in six months he obtained second place between 150 and 200 students. Consequently, he was considered very intelligent.
Although his studies took a long time, Ghimire, 18, took the time to work on his poems. For five years he wrote and published poetry without interruption. Gradually, he earned an enviable reputation among his teachers and classmates.
“Life was very different from today and Ghimire grew up with very little material luxury.” We never complained and we didn’t realize how late our society was. We had never seen good roads, so walking through the steep mountains was not difficult at all. Running miles for miles, spending dark nights were daily activities, and we adapted to this scenario. “
When Ghimire explained his school days and the countless punishments with which he was gifted, we can discover what the RastraKabi Ghimire book mouse was like.
His school was in the shade of a huge tree, and the trunks were the board, the colored stones were the chalk. He was a brilliant student. He said his family environment inspired him to excel in his studies.
During those days when illiteracy was paramount, he devoted himself to literature. We can’t even imagine what life was like back then. Now you are surrounded by art and literature. But in my time, it was very rare to take a look at a book.
The changing technology seems to surprise him and he has stated that he has seen great differences in the country’s education system. “We had to write in Dhulepati, but now there are laptops.
Students now have many opportunities in terms of colleges and universities, we have lost that. Didactic materials are also available and there are many options.” I did not start my formal education until 12 years, “recalls Ghimire.
Born to master Nepali literature, he began writing poems and stories at an early age. With the encouragement of his teacher, he sent one of his creations to Gorkhapartra and published them. Then the decisive moment came: one day, his friend took him to the Bhasa Prakashini Samiti of Nepal and introduced him to Bal Krishna Sama and Krishna Shumshere.
There was a vacancy for a writer on his committee, and they chose him. From 1944 he worked and wrote for the committee. Around this time, he met regularly with Devkota, Gopal Prasad Rimal, Kedar Man Byathit and Siddhicharan Shrestha on the committee to share and comment on each other’s work. This environment was favorable to his growth as a poet and writer.
Ghimire’s career as a writer developed gradually and in 1947 he participated in a poetry contest for the national flag of Nepal. In addition to winning the contest, his reputation as a distinguished poet was extended.
At the age of eleven, he left home and went to Duredada to study Sanskrit. He then emigrated to Kathmandu to study in Sanskrit Pradhan Pathshala and Tindhara in Sanskrit Pathsala. He then traveled to India to continue studying and spent time studying at Banaras.
Occupational and later life.
The devil began to play with his life quickly and easily, and everything was running at full speed. His first wife, Gauri, whom he loved very much, died and his early death devastated him terribly.
He was unable to extract it from her memory, and became the subject of his mistake. His poetry collection, “Gauri”, was well received and enjoyed enormous popularity among the public, as it was one of Nepal’s most popular literary works today. He later married his second wife, Mahakali Ghimire.
He still remembers his first wife when someone informed him about Gauri: “She used to know that she was hungry just by looking me in the eye and preparing food. Only the mother knows, doesn’t she? She could never forget that. Isn’t that your turn?” the heart?
Everything else is mere talk. You have to set an example. Some people don’t even care if they scream for hunger several times. “But he also has respect and loves his second wife. He thinks she gives birth to a child and loves him. Another child is born for us and we love him equally. He actually do not compare Gauri and Mahakali. I would be a small man if I did that, it is better to sing praises and forget the defects of the dead. “
A proud father of six daughters and two sons, all highly educated; The precious jewel of the country peacefully spends his old days with his second wife, Mahakali. He doesn’t have much time to write these days.
The days go by in an instant, since he have to attend many events, interviews, etc. These days he is absorbed in Yog Sadhana and advises young people to learn yoga, since it is very beneficial both physically and mentally.
For such high-ranking work, he received the Distinguished Academy Medal, Shree Prasiddha Praval Gorkha Dakshinabahu, the Bhanubhakta Prize and Tribhuwan Pragya Puraskar.
He first published in Gorkhapatra at the age of 14. His work was called Gyanpuspa. Later in his life, he also worked as co-editor of Gorkhapatra. After graduating from Banaras, he worked as a writer for Bhashanubad Parishad (1941 AD) and as co-editor of Gorkhapatra (1944 AD). In 2008 he returned to his hometown and worked for a short time as a teacher.
In 2010 he became a member of Kavya Pratisthan under the direction of Laxmi Prasad Devkota. His most famous work is Gauri (1947), a lawsuit for the loss of his wife. In Kathmandu, his talent was instantly recognized and he was named a writer in “Nepali Bhasha Prakashini Samiti”, where Nepalese books were censored and published with the constant monopoly of the Rana government.
On May 19, 2016, he participated in Melancholy, a song designed to convey an environmental message that broke Guinness’s world record for “More vocal solos in a song recording.”
His 100th birthday was celebrated on September 23, 2018 throughout Nepal with several programs. His most important achievements and literary contributions are “Gauri”, “Malati Mangale”, “Himal Pari Himal Wari” and “Shakuntala”, to name just a few. Ghimire has written works known as Gauri, Malati Mangale, Rajeshwari and Shakuntala, and is currently working on an epic titled RitambharaAt 100. Ghimire continues to impress many with his natural style, but asks for his mantra and says: “I write when I can I do not obey or I try too hard. That makes no sense. “
Ghimire believes that you should have two things to write about: ambition and health.
“When I had the ambition, I wrote despite all the odds,” he says. “But having only one goal is not enough. You also need your health to fulfill your ambitions and achieve your ultimate goal.”
Ghimire was vice chancellor of the Royal Academy of Nepal from 1979 to 1988 and chancellor from 1988 to 1990. During his tenure, he led delegations to China, Russia and Bangladesh.
For his work he has received, among others, the Distinguished Academy Medal, the Shree Prasiddha Praval Gorkha Dakshinabahu, the Bhanubhakta Prize and the Tribhuwan Pragya Puraskar.
In terms of popularity, excellence and recognition, Ghimire is considered a source of inspiration in Nepali literature. He began writing songs and poems 67 years ago and still does today. He has written poems, long narrative poems, lyric-epic poems and ballads, and has made an immense contribution to the enrichment of Nepali literature.
The modern Nepali poems of the Royal Academy of Nepal (1972, first edition). Praise his poems as “manifestations of Nepali life.” Some of his most acclaimed pieces are Apnai Bansuri Aphnai Gita, Asvatthama: Gitinatak, Gauri, Indrakumari, Rajesvari and Rashtra Nirmata.
The Library of Congress has fifteen of his works. Even after the age of 100, he remains active in the composition of Litreturen. While someone asked him about the history of his activity, he said: “I worked all day when I was strong. Now I work a little. But I am a river that flows. I keep flowing.
A poet, I always write poetry. It is the duty of a Poet write poems I do my duty I write poems in the sunlight I also write poems when the birds chirp I am delighted to visit a new place like a child who goes to his maternal uncle’s house I felt young until 81.
After that, I felt a little aged, but I didn’t care. Now I’m 97. But I was a little worried when all my contemporaries died. You can’t deny your aging. The 1990s are an incredible decade. life, I’m glad I got old Nothing is fixed, but life itself is a fixed thing But it makes no sense to live with diseases Another thing is that I get bored if I live, while people who are younger than me die . “
Celebration of its centenary.
What is it like to live long enough to live for generations and see how the country evolves from a Panchayat system to a Democratic Republic? To see how it goes from the era of postal mail to the era of social networks, in which each piece of information is just a touch away? What is it like to be one of the most famous national writers who has reached 100 years?
Madhav Prasad Ghimire was born in 1976 in Bahun Danda of Lamjung on 6 Asoj. As a grandfather of 41 grandchildren, he found his way in literature with Gyan Pushpa in 1992, writing more than two dozen literary works in his career for eight decades. His latest creation ‘Rhitambhara’ is about to be completed. Artists from the Lamgunj district performed unique dances and songs during the event.
If there is a man who has the answer, it is our own Rastra Kavi Madhav Prasad Ghimire. Rastrakavi Madhav Prasad Ghimire celebrated his 100th birthday last September. President Bidya Devi Bhandari has granted Rastrakavi’s birthday wishes by visiting his residence in Lainchaur.
On this occasion, President Bhandari wanted good health, a long life and a creative life of Rastrakavi. Ghimire, former chancellor of the Academy of Nepal, is one of the most beloved figures in Nepal. Number of people who visited Rastrakavi to wish him good health. Ghimire, a well-known laureate with over a hundred poems and songs, said he has nothing to regret in his life.
“I am happy and satisfied with my life. I was ambitious with certain things, but not with that height. I expected people to recognize me as a poet, but I never dreamed of being a winning poet. People and the nation deserved the title. The poet Ghimire celebrates his 100th birthday which is a truly wonderful milestone, which requires a special celebration.
On September 23, 2018, Sunday, Ghimire turned 100, and at least a few thousand fans and supporters of the laureate poet went to Kathmandu to attend the Lainchaur banquet. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has celebrated the national poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire in a program.
In a program organized by the 100th Anniversary Celebration Committee and Sunday of Marshyangdi Bangmaya Pratishthan in the Nepal Academy Hall, Ms. Oli praised the extraordinary contribution of the national poet Ghimire to Nepal and Nepalis through literature.
Prime Minister Oli praised: “We can find Nepali in Ghimire’s literary creations, we also find the poet’s heart and poetic qualities, and he has made a great contribution to strengthening nationalism.”
Oli explained that Ghimire uses many metaphors and parables in his literary creations: “When Ghimire talks about mountains, he talks about the natural limit and we can find ‘nepotism’ in his creations in abundance.”
The Prime Minister, who wished all the best to the centenary poet, said that Ghimire and historian Satya Mohan Joshi are a source of inspiration for us.
Oli expressed confidence that Ghimire would not get infections and diseases and argued that the government and the public loved him.
Remembering his childhood when he read Ghimire’s literary creations, Prime Minister Oli said he had read “Gauri” by Ghimire, an elegy, twice because he found her “touching,” he said.
Likewise, the leader of the Nepalese Congress, Ram Chandra Poudel, declared that Ghimire was the ruler of the Nepalese through his literary works of art. He praised Ghimire for raising his pride in his creations.
Ghimire was brought from his residence in Lainchaur in a Buggy with traditional musical instruments at Nepal Academy Hall.
On the occasions, several writers had recited the poems of Ghimire and the poems about Ghimire. Ghimire was always so radiant that he always entertained his readers. On his hundredth birthday he had the widest smile and with his good humor he opened his arms for all the love and gratitude that his guests had to offer.
Among the supporters was the experienced writer Satya Mohan Joshi, who is only two years after her 100th birthday. Ghimire’s 84-year-old life partner, Mahakali Ghimire, sat beside him as if she had been with him all those years. Mahakali believes that her husband will be at least 110 years old. In a poem that Ghimire wrote on his birthday, he places special emphasis on time.
“Today I will be one hundred years old and that means that new things and new lessons await me,” he writes. Do not hesitate for a fraction of a second to affirm that life is a blessing and, regardless of your age, you should make the most of it.
Ghimire also believes that living to celebrate his centenary is not the greatest feat. If you live that time, you should be able to give something back to society, he says. “Only then can you die in peace,” he says. “Only then do 100 years deserve the celebration.”
His Personal Health
He suffered from heart, kidney and liver diseases. The national poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire, who was treated at the Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon, Delhi, India. Ghimire, a non-alternative poet, was taken to Delhi on May 23, 2017, after not recovering from internal bleeding. He was treated in the hospital with endoscopy, colonoscopy and endoscopic capsule technology.
Before arriving in Delhi, Ghimire was 99 years old and was admitted to the Great Hospital in Dhapasi to be treated for chronic gastritis and high blood pressure.
The government had then promised to pay for all medical treatment for Rastrakabi Madhav Prasad Ghimire. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who visited the poet at the Grande International Hospital in Toka, said the government will pay all the costs of his treatment.
The Prime Minister also agreed to send Ghimire abroad for treatment, if necessary at the expense of the government. “Prime Minister Oli instructed doctors and hospital authorities not to leave any stone intact for Ghimire’s treatment, and asked the poet to maintain the willpower,” Prime Minister press coordinator Chetan Adhikari reported. . He was treated for internal bleeding in the hospital intensive care unit.
Important honor events of Madhav Prasad Ghimire
Honor as Rastra Kabi (national poet)
He was announced as Rastrakabi and praised his dedication to the land. He has written a series of poems and songs that express the love of his land. Recalling the time when Rastra Kabi was called, he said: “… receiving such an honor is definitely comforting.
Rastra Kabi Ghimire, in his own words, has advised aspiring writers to “broaden their thinking.” It is an era of technology where creations can gain worldwide recognition.
Think and always improve the quality of your creation, he added. “Expressing one’s feelings in this day and age is very simple, since writers now enjoy the freedom of expression that did not exist at the time of the Panchayat system and the Frog regime.”
Honor for Nepalese Literature Faternity
The Brotherhood of Literature of Nepal celebrated the 206th birthday of Bhanu Bhakta Acharya, Bhanu Jayanti, in 2018, the first poet of the Nepalese language. On this occasion, several programs were organized in Kathmandu and other parts of the country.
In the capital, the Academy of Nepal organized a special event in honor of Rastrakavi Madhav Prasad Ghimire, 100 years old. Ghimire and his wife Mahalaxmi were boarded and taken on a city tour this morning. He then received a letter of thanks, which glorified his contribution to Nepali literature.
The frame of the letter was as tall as Ghimire’s body. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Ishwar Pokharel, presented the document. Several other literary organizations and institutions have honored Ghimire on this occasion.
Honor of the Nepalese army as general brigadier.
The national poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire was satisfied with the recent decision of the government to grant him the honorary title on Brigadier General of the Nepalese Army. The meeting of the Council of Ministers had decided on this.
The Nepalese army will grant him the title in a special ceremony. “The Nepalese army has played an important role in the creation of peace and stability in the nation, and he was very satisfied with the title granted to him by the army. Rastrakavi Ghimire was mentioned in Rastriya Samachar Samiti. He also urged everyone to work together to protect the dignity of the nation.
A Park on his birthland, as His Honor
In honor of the merits of the national poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire, a park was built in Pustun, Marsyangdi-6 Rural Municipality of Lamjung District, in his name. The rural community had provided a budget of 1 million rupees for the construction of the park.
According to Lil Bahadur Ghale, president of the rural community of Marsyangdi-6, the natives also contributed 25 percent of the total budget. The organizers announced that there are plans underway to celebrate Ghimire’s birthday with hives of exciting activities during this year, such as the development of his birthplace as a literary museum.
PM KP Oli was invited to the inauguration of the park. He thanked him on this occasion and wished him a happy birthday. As the program continued, the 100-year-old poet, after a stroke of luck, noticed that he was so moved by the warmth of the participants that he shed four happy tears during the event.
The national poet admitted that he had never experienced such a historic event in the past, and admitted that the encouraging words of the Prime Minister had inspired him to live longer and write more literature.
The park, which is being built at the birthplace of Ghimires, Pustun, is expected to thrive in the district. Arjun Gurung, a member of the rural community, said the park was a center for literary tourism.
Nepathya’s honor from his album, Aaina Jhyal
With ten titles in the collection, Nepathya presents different stories, from fantasy stories to children’s education. Palla Gharka is a mixture of melodies found in the Karnali and Gandaki regions in western Nepal.
The development of popular melodies on their way through the rivers, past hearts, was described. Siran ma photo chha is a fun song based on the Tamang Selo tradition found in settlements north of Kathmandu.
It was collected by a group of Tamang porters whom the singer met at a trekking inn in Langtang. Similarly, Aina Jhyal ko is a song written by the Nepalese national poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire in the mid-1950s, and the album is named after him.
All the songs in the collection are energetic, enthusiastic, full of life and clearly Nepalese. The title song “Aina Jhyal” is by far my favorite song on the album. I think the music is beautiful and touching; The simple and soft melody is powerful enough to stop people and pay attention to the immortal words of Madhav Prasad Ghimire. The other songs are great too. Congratulations to Nepathya on the popularization of popular music.
His literature would be translated into Hindi.
The Indian ambassador to Nepal, Ranjit Rae, announced that Rashtra’s literary work, Kavi Madhav Prasad Ghimire, is being translated into Hindi. Today I speak in a book publishing program run by the Indian embassy and B.P.
He informed the Koirala Foundation about the work of the Embassy of India and the B.P. Koirala India-Nepal, especially in the areas of culture, literature and science. He also emphasized the exchange of literary works from Nepal to India and vice versa.
According to a press release from the Embassy of India, the Embassy of India and B.P. The Koirala India-Nepal Foundation organized the publication ceremony of the book Samvedana Ke Swar, a collection of poems translated into Hindi, on Friday, March 13, 2015 at the Bharat Library of Nepal, the Nepal Airlines Building and the New route. ,
The book was published by the national poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire and the Indian ambassador Ranjit Rae. Other dignitaries, such as the general secretary of SAARC, Arjun Bahadur Thapa and the secretary of the Academy of Theater and Music of Nepal, Saru Bhakta, as well as several dignitaries, were present on this occasion.
The National Poet shared his experiences writing the poems and reciting some poems in Hindi. He thanked the B.P. Foundation Kopirala India-Nepal for its contribution to such noble works. He said it would be an asset to strengthen India-Nepal relations.
Similarly, the Embassy of India and the B.P. Koirala have supported the publication of Laxmi Prasad Devkota ke Nibandh in Hindi and the translation and publication of Gitanjali in Nepali. The translation of the Malayili sitayan into Hindi and English is also done with the support of the B.P. Koirala Foundation.
Honor for his contribution to public awareness about earthquake resistance:
The national poet Laureate Madhav Prasad Ghimire was honored for his contribution to raising public awareness of earthquake resistance. The president of NSET, Shiva Bahadur Pradhanang, and the executive director, Amod Dixit, congratulated him on becoming a winner of the National Poets Prize and granted him a certificate of honor at a special rally held on July 22, 2013 on the occasion of the very auspicious event of Guru Purnima.
At NSET’s request, the national laureate poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire kindly wrote four years ago to improve earthquake resistance. At the request of NSET, the country’s renowned senior musician, Mr. Ambar Gurung, also made a valuable contribution to the composition of the lyrics.
The song has been extremely inspiring and has influenced the Nepalese spirit and the Nepalese heart. On this occasion, the National Poets Prize gave his opening address and blessed the NSET family for all their efforts to make the earthquake in Nepal more resilient.
On this occasion, the president of NSET, Shiva Bahadur Pradhanang, and the managing director, Amod Dixit, honored the country’s famous personality for his lifetime contribution to literature, philosophy and journalism, Madan Mani Dixit, and the High-ranking poet, Ranta Samsher Thapa.
On the occasion of Guru Purnima, NSET staff congratulated Shiva Bahadur Pradhanang and Amod Dixit for being the gurus, the source of inspiration, and they were blessed by the duo.
Honor through the media
Chahana Media Pvt Ltd, based in Pokhara, will honor the national poet (Rastrakavi) Madhav Prasad Ghimire with the “Lifetime Achievement Award” for an amount of Rs 51,111 in cash. The information was shared here today at a press meeting. According to Sahadev Koirala, president of the media, the award will be presented on April 28 to the non-Egyptian poet.
His poetry and his country.
He was one of those poets who instilled national spirit and honor in his creations. His song “Nepali hami rahaula Kaha, Nepalai narahe” was his word with devotion to his country. Natikaji sang it and all Nepalese loved it. They still do it.
There is also another song: “Gaaunchha geet Nepali” (the Nepali sings a song). This song will win people’s voices as a great song, even if you make a referendum. He believes that the system influences all good or bad things.
He believes that teenagers are an immense source of unused energy, enthusiasm and enthusiasm for life. They must use their talents and skills to achieve a fruitful result. Nepal nai nabhaye Nepali haru kaha rahanchan raa? This song challenges young people to play a radical role in pushing Nepal to higher altitudes.
The poet has his own thought process. If the system does not like a poet, even a poet does not like this system. It is a mutual thing. It is fine if the system does not prevent a poet’s form from expressing itself. The poet is an intellectual who is aware of the system. Madhav Prasad Ghimire has written about the facets of society that most people move away from. Social reforms and human rights have always been his favorite subjects.
In the past, the poet used to write purnic things. What did Bhanubhakta write? Read the creations of Lekhnath Paudel, they contain ancient customs and customs. Devkota and Balkrishna Sama are influenced by the West.
With the turn of Nepal it opened to the world and writers were also affected. However, the poet has his own thoughts and sticks to them, be it democracy or autocracy. He believes that a poet does not compromise with his philosophy and thought. He has high expectations of the young generation.
There are many poets, but only a few are good. He has placed his hopes on her. There were few poets in his generation and they were all good. The competition is tough now. He was very close to the great poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota. He and Laxmi Prasad Devkota had participated in the Conference of Afro-Asian Writers in Russia. Both like, appreciate and follow in the literature.
He has placed his hopes on her. There were few poets in his generation and they were all good. The competition is tough now. He was very close to the great poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota. He and Laxmi Prasad Devkota had participated in the Conference of Afro-Asian Writers in Russia. Both like, appreciate and follow in the literature.