Dharabasi's Pandulipi out
Added At: 2012-04-22 9:23 PM
Last Updated At: 2012-04-22 9:23 PM
HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: “This is my 20th time standing in front of a microphone. For the last 19 times, I have felt proud and excited. I used to wonder how people would respond to my books. But I am not happy about this book. This is a book that should not be written in life,” expressed prominent writer Krishna Dharabasi about his new book Pandulipi, a memoir, at its launch on April 21 at the Nepal Tourism Board. It was launched by actor Hari Bansha Acharya.
“I didn’t write it as a hobby nor do I expect any appreciation for the book,” he added.
The book, written after the death of his wife Sita, is about the intimate memories of the writer which include his wife, her sickness and death, their relationship, happy and sad moments of his life, among others.
“If my wife hadn’t died, I wouldn’t have written it,” shared Dharabasi.
According to the writer, the book also delivers a social message and can give an example on how a good married life should be like.
Publisher Archana Thapa commenting on the book said, “The book contains simple incidents of the writer. It has lots of emotions and
As the book has a sad tone, Dharabasi hopes nobody would have to pen such