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Ranahar [रणहार]

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‘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.

Maharani [महारानी]

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सुन खान सकिँदैन । हेरिकन नयनसुख लिइन्छ । मेरा निमित्त युवराज पनि सुनजस्तै मनमोहक वस्तु मात्र होइस्यो... ।

हेर्दा चौपट्ट राम्रो, टिपेर टाउकोमा सिउरन भने नसकिन्या विशाल तलाउको मध्येमा फूल्याको कमल जस्तो मकन ठानिसेला | टिप्न नसकिए पनि पोखरीको बिचमा फूल्याको फूल मेरो हो भनिसेला ... ।

Sunko Pahad [सुनको पहाड]

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उपन्यासकी प्रमुख प्रोटागनिस्ट कञ्चन जनयुद्धमा होमिएकी पात्र हो । घरबाट मध्येरातमा गुप्त किसिमले भूमिगत युद्धमा सामेल हुन हिडेकी त्यस किशोरीको मनोदशालाई प्रस्तुत गर्न लेखकले देवदुत र देवयानीसँग संवाद गराएका छन् । किशोरीको साहसी अठोट र अभिलाषा नै वास्तवमा त्यहाँ प्रस्तुत गरिएका देवदूत र देवयानी हुन् । तर तिनलाई लेखक साच्चै पुराण वर्णित देवदूत र देवयानी धर्तीमा आएर कञ्चनसँग वार्तलाप गरे जसरी प्रस्तुत गर्छन् । स्वैरकल्पनालाई यथार्थ जसरी प्रस्तुत ग

Khusi [खुसी]

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Khushi is a beautiful book based on the writer's memoirs, essays, and portraits. Viay host's the most-watched talk show in Nepal, inks his own life in this memorable work. The writer has touched on almost every issue of human life, starting from alcoholism to power, money, sex, and spirituality. Anybody who reads Nepali will not be able to forget this book. Book has won Madan Puraskar

China Harayeko Manchhe [चिना हराएको मान्छे]

by Hari Bansha Acharya
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China Harayeko Manchhe is an autobiography written by Hari Bansha Acharya. The storyline of Cheena Harayako Manchhe, is about a simple godfearing man who happens to lose his "China" or "Cheena" (horoscope). The autobiography depicts the author's childhood memories, fantasies, and struggles he had to face during his adolescent years.