मुनामदन

मुनामदन

Laxmi Prasad Devkota / Aug 25, 2019

  • Title: मुनामदन
  • Author: Laxmi Prasad Devkota
  • ISBN: 9789993326
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Laxmi Prasad Devkota

        Laxmi Prasad Devkota is a Nepali poet Devkota is considered the greatest poet of Nepali language he has been given the title of Maha Kavi The Great Poet of Nepali language Devkota was born into a Brahman family as the third son of Pandit Til Madhav and Amar Rajya Laxmi Devi He was born in Dilli Bazar, Kathmandu on the day of Dipawali, the Festival of Lights, which is a celebration of Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth His name literally means a gift Prasad from the goddess of wealth Laxmi His family was never financially well off.Devkota studied science at Tri Chandra College in Kathmandu After completing the intermediate level studies at Tri Chandra College, he enrolled in Humanities and that was when he began to read English poetry In 1931, Devkota went to Patna on scholarship hoping to study English for his Master s degree But because seats were not available as expected, he enrolled for the Bachelor of Law degree instead After he received the degree, he returned back home and started to live the family life Despite taking tuition classes to supplement his earning, sometimes for fourteen hours a day, financial problems never left him.Devkota lost both of his parents and his very young daughter within a span of two years during mid 1930 s He fell into a depression and became a chain smoker In 1939, his brothers put him into a mental hospital in Ranchi, India for five months He makes references to his experience in the lunatic asylum in his famous free verse poem The Lunatic After he returned to Nepal, he worked as a part of Nepal Bhasanuwad Parishad, a state organization that acted as a censorship board, and also taught at Tribhuwan University He wrote several of his epic poetry during this time In late 40 s, dissatisfied with the Rana regime, he went into a self imposed exile in Benaras, India, where he edited Yugbani, an opposition journal.After the autocratic Rana regime was overthrown in 1950, he returned to Nepal and helped publish Indreni, a bilingual literary journal Although he was constantly in severe financial hardships, he was getting wide recognition as an important figure in Nepali literature He was appointed the Minister of Education by the first democratically elected government of Nepal in 1957 However, in 1958, he was diagnosed with cancer, and a year later, he passed away.Laxmi Prasad Devkota was primarily a humanist who occasionally wrote from an atheistic point of view too Given this reality, some critics have tried to line him up with Marxism or other similar politically leftist ideologies Apparently in one of his last poems to a friend, he said Aakhir Shree Krishna rahecha eka After all, Lord Krishna seems to be the Only One However, there has been much intellectual skepticism about this last statement.Devkota contributed to Nepali literature by bringing the Sanskrit tradition to its end and by starting modern romantic movement in the country Devkota was the first to begin writing epics in Nepali literature Nepali poetry soared to new heights with Devkota s groundbreaking and innovative use of language Departing from the Sanskrit tradition that dominated Nepali literary scene, he wrote i.e Muna Madan 1930 , a long narrative poem in popular jhyaure folk meter The book received immediate recognition from the Ranas who ruled Nepal at that time It tells the story of Madan who departs from his wife Muna to Tibet to make money The poem deals with the themes of the hardships of journey away from home, grief of separation, longing and death The following couplet translated which are among the most famous and most frequently quoted lines from the poem celebrates the triumph of humanity and compassion over any artificial hierarchies creat


    214 Comments


    1. It was a great blessing to have Munamadan as a part of course book in school. I remember reading it with my class of crazy friends, roaring out loud every phrase of it in a perfect "jhyaure" rhythm. The stories our teacher used to tell about the poem, about the poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota were priceless. The sad story that this poem tells has a magic in it. I don't know, if I feel this because the journey I had with this book along with my friends was more than wonderful but there's something abou [...]



    2. This book has potential to be one of the great books in world. But being Nepali, it has not been possible. As a matter of fact, it is better than 'Romeo and Juliet"




    3. यो पुस्तकबारे के लेखु। लेख्न त लेखुला तर यो किताबको सम्मानमा आँच पुग्छ कि भन्ने डर लाग्छ।यति हो मुनामदन शब्द उच्चारण गर्ने वित्तिकै सम्मानले देवकोटा प्रति शिर झुकाउन मन लाग्छ।





    4. सस्ता मेरो शब्दले यसलाई अवमूल्यन गर्दिन धन्य छु भगवान स्रष्टामा देवकोटा म पाउन ।






    5. One of the most beautiful and tragic stories I have ever read. An amazing masterpiece by Laxmi Prasad Devkota.


    6. full five stars are also less for this book, it is a magnificent book which I cant rate . its beyond any praise. Its a masterpiece bu Laxmi Prasad Devkota.I still remember the first time I read it and got tears in my eyes, I still do. The heart warmin love story between Muna and Madan , the incident in the story and the writing ; there will be rarely anyone who is not touched by it.Must read for all nepali readers. But I think there will be no one who haven't read it yet .



    7. Its awesome realistic story I felt so there shouldn't be such moments in someone's life where every thing goes lost :( I felt really bad after finishing these book and the words written here was just superb


    8. Can't have any better poetry for people like me. I am always big admirer of Devkota and had read most of his works (except epic) but this along with laxmi nivanda sangraha are above best.A Must Read to Anyone who understand Nepali language.










    9. Song for all and story of all. Also it reveals the philosophical views of Greatest poet.ke "Manis thulo dila le hunchha , jaat le hundain".


    10. This is great book specially for Nepali. I read this book on my school time and I want to read this again.


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