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Top 10 bestselling Nepali books of last decade
I must admit that I dropped the proverbial ball book? During my first stay a month and a half went by with barely any reading done at all, as I filled my days with tipsy reunions with friends, an occasionally tipsy visit from Mummy Dearest, long days spent on rib-shattering bus rides and even longer days of cursing my way up various mountains. I was planning to make amends when I came back on a two-week visa run at the end of June, but then found myself neck-deep in an accidental Steinbeck binge, gorging on East of Eden in a hammock in Begnas. A well-stocked Kindle can be very dangerous in the hands of a procrastinating book addict. All this to say that the list below is far from exhaustive, but hopefully it will still prove helpful to those wishing to read up before a trip to Nepal or add some new books to their reading lists. If you only have the time to read one book, I would recommend this one.
The following Nepali Books are the top-selling books in the Nepali market currently, written by Nepali authors. This book is in Nepali language. In this book you will get the information on Karunamaya Lokeswor. Bibek is Ex-Army of Nepal. He wrote this book on his life experience with the Royal Palace.
If you can only manage to read one book about Nepal before visiting, it should be this one. It is a tome, at pages long, so the electronic version might be friendlier on the backpack.
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The poem narrates the story of Madan, a poor farmer who decides to go to Tibet as a merchant to earn money leaving his aging mother and newlywed wife, Muna behind. Muna begs her husband to stay however, Madan leaves in hopes of earning riches for the family. The poem is a tragic telling of the hardships that both Muna and Madan face in anticipation of reuniting with each other. Although a short epic, Muna Madan has become commercially successful and is considered as a masterpiece in Nepali literature. The book is a very short novel about a man who returns from World War II, torn and unhappy who then turns to alcohol to drown his emptiness.