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 by Buddhisagar

Karrnali blues is a heartwarming coming of age story of a young boy. Words fall short to describe how the author’s writing stirs reader’s emotion since the beginning and it only intensifies as the story progresses. Buddhisagar was born in Materaa place in Kailali district of Nepal. But his father never complains.

An old Tharu lives on the bank of Amauri Khola because he has no children. It is full of stories about karbali hilarious mischief, the pain of losing friends and the fear of adulthood as you watch your seemingly invincible father grow old and the world around you change for the worse. An avid reader since childhood, he believes that no book is good or bad as every book gives us something to learn.

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Thank you Prakash Jee The only kadnali is that the writer does not explain to readers, the dialogues in Tharu and Khas language. The novel is realistic, and not decorated by the fancy words which makes novel easy to understand and fun to read.


One of the major sources of carbohydrate among the people in the hilly region of Nepal, millet, locally known as… Read more…. Nov 25, Rajan rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. 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.

Bishal Poudel Jee Thanks for your enthusiasm on the Nepali Novel Karnali blues by Karrnali Sagar, As this novel is form weekly radio program parts of the novel only can be upload in the time span If your Network is Slow downloading may be error.

katnali The narrator witnesses deaths of several people. Established in with a vision of becoming the best Bank on operational excellence and superior financial performance, Kist Bank… Read more…. But while his father lies on the deathbed, the narrator realizes that his father was the one who has suffered a lot. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. He moved for Kathmandu after passing his School Level.

Reminded me of my dad. The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guideline for books.

कर्नाली ब्लुज [Karnali Blues] by Buddhisagar

Nlues wish the writer builds it up from where it was left and take it further as a series. A truly hats-off debut book, I must say.


A bridge at Chisapani changes the fate of a town where his father ran a pharmacy. Although it is his first novel, it could not have been better even if he was an experienced novelist. Karnali Blues is an epic story karnapi a young boy who travels to different phases of his life, with his parents.

Jeevan kada ki phool is already in this blog. Sep 12, Bibash Sapkota rated it really liked it. Social login I agree to the use of cookies as per Privacy Policy. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. Thank u very much for uplaoding the 7th part and hope u will karnxli 8th part too and other parts too By the end of the story, the narrator gains maturity in his thoughts.

Thanks for your valuable comment. Although the book is the first attempt karnwli the writer karnaali poet Buddhisagar as a novelist, the book is excellent and has set a new milestone in the field of Nepali literature.

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