‘Ranahar‘ is a fictionalized account based on a historic portrayal of the last Malla king Ranajeet. The novel has been titled Ranahar meaning defeat in war. Ranahar unfolds the stories of Bhaktapur’s last Malla King, Ranajeet, how he was defeated by Gorkhali King Prithvi Narayan Shah. The novel also elaborates on events leading to defeat and ultimate surrender by Mallas to the Gorkhali King.
Binod Chaudhary Autobiography [विनोद चौधरी: आत्मकथा] covers Chaudhary’s life from a student at a government school in Gana Bahal, playing and growing in the streets of Khichapokhari, running a discotheque, pursuing a hobby as a singer and a filmmaker, leading the Nepali business community, expanding beyond Nepal and reaching a place where any other Nepali is yet to reach.
Khalangama Hamala [खलंगामा हमला] is the war memoir of a health worker written during the Maoist insurgency at Jumla, Nepal. It has also won the Madan Puraskar which is the most recognized literary award in Nepal. The book has also been translated into English.