Category Archives: Memoir

Memoir : Jitendra Bardewa : Jaded and faded too soon!

~Peter J Karthak~ The season: The last Dashain day in the 1980s. The place: Chowk Bazaar of Darjeeling. The time: Nine pm. The persona: Jitendra Bardewa and Deo Prakash Rai. The first the chief of the Folk Entertainment Unit of … Continue reading

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Memoir : Fried Ice-cream and Iced Coffee

~Khagendra Bhattarai~ The aroma of food, wafting from the eateries while I walk down the streets after long working hours, takes me back to my home. As I graze on the vast memory of the past that is somehow related … Continue reading

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Memoir : My First Struggle

~Sulochana Manandhar~ Winter, after stubbornly ruling the valley for months, finally folded back its icy wings, slowly and unwillingly. Spring was there, again and had brought back warmth to the earth. Trees were green again, flowers started blooming and birds … Continue reading

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Memoir : Ram Narayan Sir

~Mohan Sitoula~ With a very handsome and majestic personality, still better with his skillfully pruned and very well taken care of hair, Ram Narayan Pradhan was a dedicated teacher of talent and sweet tone, a committed educational administrator and later … Continue reading

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Memoir : My Grandfather

~Rigzin Dekhang~ My grandfather is a lively character, full of life but still carries his hatred of the Chinese. On the first night of Losar, he was seen singing and dancing with the younger folks around a bonfire.

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