Creative Female Writer of Nepal – Parijat and Her Novel


Parijat (Bishanu kumari waida) wrote the book “Sirish ko Phool”. Parijat used to write poems when she was a child. She first published a poem in a magazine called ‘Dharti’ in 2013 B.S. after that she wrote poems, stories, assays and novels. In all her workers she depicted the life and struggle of down trodden people. Among all her workers, the novels that she wrote made her immortal. He famous novels are ‘Sirish Ko Phool’, ‘Mahattahim’, ‘bains ko Manchhe’, ‘Toribari Ra Sapanaharu,’ Antarmukhi’ etc.


her poems are collected under title ‘Aakanhchha and stories under ‘Sadak Ra Pratibha’ and ‘Aadim Desh’. She was one of the leaders of ‘Ralfaism’ in Nepali literature which aimed to get rid of orthodox practice and conservative ideas prevalent in society. She was one of the founders of progressive writers’ association. She was the chairperson of ‘Akhil Nepal Mahila Mahasangha’. ‘Bandi Sahitya Niyon and Indreni Sanskritik Samaj’. This way she contributed a lot in the field of Nepalese literature. She died on 5th of Baisakh 2050 B.S. however, her deeds, her writing will remain forever like the fragrance of Parijat flower. 

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