14 Mar The latest addition to my website is Parijat’s शिरिषको फूल (Blue Mimosa), a novel by an Indian-born, Nepali writer and one of only two of. 5 Oct Parijat was born in at the hill station of Darjeeling, India, a place known for its tea gardens. Because her mother Amrita Moktan died early. 31 May a Tribute to the novel Sisish ko Phool (The Blue Mimosa) by Parijat.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. Parijat was the nom de plume of Bishnu Kumari Waibaa novelist, poet, and short story writer. Is the translation aptly done and the charm of the original nepali narrative not lost in translation process?

Parijat is the pseudonym name claimed by Bishnu Kumari Waiba. Suyog was a character who was always in a conflict with himself. It makes me proud every time I think of how Sakambari always stood up for herself in those years when women were not supposed to have opinions on anything else except the kitchen. I would highly recommend this book.

Get to Know Us. Once out of the troop he still has the same perception until he meets Sakambari. The story delves into the delicacy of life and gives a totally different perspective to look at it. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

Apr 28, Sunira Paudel rated it really liked it. Although his village is in hills, he lives in Kathmandu valley. He later knows Sakambari was ill and one day he comes to know Sakambari has committed suicide. This book has left me with many emotions and one question “Did sakambari love suyogbir, too?

May be I was too young for such a great piece of fiction, but every sentence in this novel are so well constructed and so powerful! Till the very end page I was as enthusiastic as I was when I read the first page. Her life is determined by her brother, a male, Shivaraj.


Dec 20, Satyam Twanabasu rated it it was amazing. Above lines from the novel clearly gives the vivid picture of objectifying the females in patriarchal society. We shall be building a history of that.

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? It highlights the irrelevance of a patriarchal community during a time of toxic patriarchy.

Its length was accurate neither too long, nor very short. Mar 21, Sarita Aryal added it.

Parijat: शिरिषको फूल (Blue Mimosa)

This novel is so brilliant and powerful that it will leave you with so many questions about your life, your emptiness, crisis and your belonging. Celebrated by every caste in the Nepalese community, it really is the most anticipated festival of the year.

Write a customer review. So, I ended up saying ‘it’s ok’. Males in the patriarchal society are free to weight or judge the females. They simply take females as baby-producing machines, domestic slave or just merely parrijat object t gaze on. The novel also projects the Nepali male culture at home and out of the home from different characters.

Parijat, the author of the Blue Mimosa

Having had a keen interest in literature from her childhood, she was destined to play an important and well-appreciated role in strengthening Nepalese literature. One parijatt the strong Novel by Nepali writer which is included bj the literature course in America and some other English Country. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He brutally raped and murdered several indigenous girls and he remembers several incidents during the war.

Refresh and try again. This novel, in my opinion is quite successful in depicting the existentialism stream of literature. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Some of her works dealt with the issue of social injustice against women while other are based on love, emotion, mmiosa, society, etc. Sirish ko phool The blue mimosa This beautiful novel was written by one of the most talented lady in the Nepali literature sector, we all know her as Parijat.


Blue Mimosa by Parijat

And I think everything else was handled beautifully. Your email address will not be published. They consume too but women consume too. Apart from being… Read more…. Her first novel The Blue Mimosa. Parijat was born in at the hill station of Darjeeling, India, a place known for its tea gardens.

This is a very short novel and tells the story of a Nepali man, who has come back from World War II, empty and unhappy, and who has become an alcoholic. It will always remain a reference to what the life was then, never mind what is apparently ‘New Nepal’ is today. Her name Parijat in Nepali language means “the blue mimosa”, a purplish blue spring flower that grew in trees and covered the sidewalks of Kathmandu city.

He had started to love Sakambari and to feel the restriction within him to not be able to tell Sakambari the truth about his feelings made him reminisce about some old memories. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Death might have taken her from this world in but she still remains as a strong literary figure reaching out to the hearts of readers through her literary works.

Its ending is dissatisfactory as I still had lots of expectations, many questions that still remained unanswered but overall the feel that the story tries to present is great.