A book review on: Sirish ko phool (The blue mimosa) This beautiful novel was lady in the Nepali literature sector, we all know her as Parijat. Blue mimosa [Parijata] on *FREE* shipping on After coming to Kathmandu from Sikkim in India, Parijat got herself educated to a graduate level. The latest addition to my website is Parijat’s शिरिषको फूल (Blue Mimosa), a novel by an Indian-born, Nepali writer and one of only two of.
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Different and Unique parijta story. Parijat is the pseudonym name claimed by Bishnu Kumari Waiba. I was so fascinated by what Parijat wrote, if I ever consider some Nepalese writers to be of worldclass it has to be her, barring Laxmi pd, Devkota. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Also, he is someone who is one way or another running away from life. Which you will have no idea till the final section of the story. The feelings of a alcoholic ex- soldier and his reasons to visit the bar every passing day is shown here.
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Suyog’s wartime is described later on in the book which shows how he always got “easy-girls” to quench physical thirst but never loved them. Shiva raj is a man whose life is full of responsibilities, he has at home three unmarried sister and their studies to support.
Pen name of Bishnu Kumari Waiba. Sirish ko phool The blue mimosa This beautiful novel was written by one of the most talented lady in the Nepali literature sector, we all know her as Parijat.
This story is basically about a person named Suyog, who was a former soldier in the British-Gurkha Army and had fought in the Second World War ; he had retired after the war was over and now maintained his living by the pension he got. No trivia or quizzes yet. Lisa K rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Is the translation aptly done and the charm of the original nepali narrative not lost in translation process?
Parijat: शिरिषको फूल (Blue Mimosa) – The Modern Novel
Trivia About Blue Mimosa. Lists with This Book. Mimoea literally fall in love with the writing. He had started to love Sakambari and to feel the restriction within him to not be able to tell Sakambari the truth about his feelings made him reminisce about some old memories.
Once out of the troop he still has the same perception until he meets Sakambari. The movie based on the book is also releasing this year directed by some Japanese guy. Lists with This Book. A book review on: Tilak Chapagain rated it it was amazing Oct 21, So, I ended up saying ‘it’s ok’. The whole atmosphere of Kathmandu during 70s is quite well captured. Dec 20, Satyam Twanabasu rated it it was amazing.
Home About Annotated Bibliography. Word of mine will not be able to describe beauty of ‘ sakambari’. Mar 01, Ramhari rated it it was amazing. Saran Khatri rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Probably one of the best book i Nepali literature As he falls for the less attractive Bari he seems to be baffled by the fact he loves her for her soul not for her body. Sep 16, Bhim Raj rated it it was amazing. Parijat was born in Darjeeling but moved to Nepal when she was seventeen and praijat the rest of her life there, suffering from various health problems, but still writing poetry, stories and novels as well bg being involved in charitable works.
Her name Parijat in Nepali language means “the blue mimosa”, a purplish blue spring flower that grew in trees and covered the sidewalks of Kathmandu city. Preview — Blue Mimosa by Parijat.
Where can I get English version? I did not ‘connect’ with any of the characters and even although it was a short story it became a bit of a chore to finish.
A tribute to “SIRIS KO PHOOL” -Parijat on Behance
Jan 15, AD rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read the 99 pages English version of bj book. No trivia or quizzes yet. Aug 24, Aashutosh Shrestha rated it did not like it. Mar 01, Ramhari rated it it was amazing. He meets and becomes friend with Shivaraj in the bar. Feb 22, Kshitiz Puri rated it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Its my all time favorite book. The novel is highly acclaimed in Nepali literature, proving to introduce Nepalese Literature in a global platform.
Published by Orchid Books first published Khusbu Sinha rated it it was amazing May 27, Thanks for telling us about the problem.