Karnali Blues by Buddhisagar can be listen and download here in the voice of Achyut Ghimire from the UNN Radio program Shruti Sambeg. a’l4;fu/ a’l4;fu/ k|sfzf]Gd’v pkGof; sgf{nL An’hsf] of] c+Zf laqmLsf nflu xf]Og. 2 sgf{nL An’h. Karnali Blues is an excellent novel by the poet/writer Buddhisagar. Although it is his first novel, it could not have been better even if he was an experienced.

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Karnali Blues written by Buddhisagar is one of the good Nepali Novel. The story’s plot can be divided into two parts, one in which the narrator is young and he consider his father as an amazing person, In second plot narrator’s blies is in him death bed fighting to death.

I have teared blhes trying to stop myself from laughing out loud in an airplane reading about “Santoshi Ba Harsha Bahadur” and then again had a hard time stopping my tears after going through his life’s heartbreaks. Stay connected with the main character throughout the whole novel.

His debut and most popular novel Karnali Blues is also set in these locations. Son believes that there is no other person as wise, as loving and as strong as his father, however, his perception of his father changes as he grows up. The narrator believes that his father is the best in the world. On moving to Kathmandu, he studied journalism at RR Campus.

Mar 03, Nirmal Karki rated it really liked it. How a father is struggling in order to establish himself for a better settlement and his hardships on life. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Orphaned articles from March All orphaned articles Articles with topics of unclear notability from December All articles with topics of unclear notability Book articles with topics of unclear notability Wikipedia articles needing reorganization from March Articles with too few wikilinks from March All articles with too few wikilinks Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from March All articles covered by WikiProject Wikify Articles with multiple maintenance issues Pages to import images to Wikidata.


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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The narrator remembers his childhood in Kailali and Karnwli as his father lies paralyzed in a hospital at Nepalgunj. A combination of weep and laugh.

Jeevan kada ki phool is already in bules blog. Its a cultural documentation too, being included the use of multi languages. The flashback technique of narration is brilliant. Thanks With Regard Prakash. Karnali Blues is about change. Jul 04, Biraj Dahal rated it really liked it. TH condition of patients in hospitals depict the medical environment of nepal. The book not only earned him good royalty but also earned him instant name and fame.

Post was not sent – check your email addresses! You will probably think twice about your father’s sacrifice after reading this book. Mar 27, Samira rated it liked it.

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For readers, the power of simple narrative and poignant dialogs in telling a story will be inescapable in this debut novel of Buddhisagar. The book that marks the birth of a new promising novelist in Nepal is a must -read for all. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It is a story about a father and his son an I am sorry i don’t have Nepali Unicode font so i am trying to write my review in English.

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Karnali Development Bank Limited. Sep 27, Bindesh Dahal rated it it was amazing. If your Network is Slow downloading may be error. An outstanding story that traces the bond between a son and his father, as seen through the son’s eyes and minds. It is a story about a father and his son and the son’s attitude toward his father.


Karnali Blues is an epic story about a young boy who travels to different phases of his life; with his parents. Nov 26, Aashish rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 05, Siddharth Belbase rated it really liked it Shelves: I wish the writer builds it up from where it was left and take it further as a series. Not much sure about the future but this book definitely will be with me forever so close to my heart.

This article may be in need of reorganization to comply with Wikipedia’s layout guidelines. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The story starts with the short narration related with the story of the birth of the son, Brishabahadur. Despite being my second Nepali book, I throughly loved how our literature is growing.

Mar 29, Roban Parajuli rated it it was amazing. Retrieved from ” https: Bluws 07, Sunil Parajuli rated it it was amazing Shelves: The story is not so extra ordinary but the presentation makes it unique. Except that, the content of the book, especially the epilogue touched my heart. It makes you laugh and you can’t help it.

Thank You Nirajan Jee for your valuable comment. The story is emotional.