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Muna Madan - Laxmi Prasad Devkota Full poem - मुना मदन - लक्ष्मी प्रसाद देवकोटा
Bishnu K. Print Article. Better to eat only nettles and greens With happiness in your heart. The character Madan is described as a Chetri , someone from upper-class Nepali society. Madan and Muna are a husband and wife who live in Kathmandu. Financially not well off, Madan finds it difficult to feed his wife and mother and thus plans to set out with his friends to find work in Tibet. After thousands of words of discouragement from his wife Muna, Madan sets out for Tibet, promising to be back home after only a few weeks in Lhasa, having earned enough to stave off poverty.
Muna-madan, a short epic narrative by the poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota, is one of the most popular work in the Nepali literature. Just before his death in he made his famous statement, "it would be all right if all my works were burned, except for 'Muna Madan. Financially not well off, Madan finds it difficult to feed his wife and mother and thus plans to set out with his friends to find work in Tibet. After thousands of words of discouragement from his wife Muna, Madan sets out for Tibet, promising to be back home after only a few weeks in Lhasa, having earned enough to stave off poverty. Once in Lhasa, Madan becomes entranced by the city's beauty. Suddenly, however, he suffers reservations and hurriedly starts for home. On the way back he falls sick.
Muna Madan Book Review- - Laxmi Prasad Devkota
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Nepali literature has always fascinated, and Maha kavi Laxmi P. Initally, when i first read kavi's Pagal in Nepali, i was almost thinking he must have been a lunatic in actuality. But today i can say that i was insane then. I have alyays hunted after his works, either in translated form or in Nepali, original. Good job, translator, though the vigour is quite missing that we see in orginal Nepali poem