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I N D E X Abuse, Nepali terms used for personal, I56n, 190n, 245n.l Acharya, Bhanubhakta. See Bhanubhakta Acharya Afghanistan, 161 Agyey, Sachidananda Vatsyayan, 85 Alexander the Great, 54 All India Radio, 224 Amshuvarman, King, 255, 255n.7 Arjyal, Shaktivallabha, 173 Arniko, 125, 125n.ll Aryal, Bhairava, 142, 143; "A Leaf in a Storm" (Hunko Patkar), translated 143144 Assam, 261; Gauhati in, 157; Nepali language in, 5; writers from, 157, 144, 173 Astrology, 87n.3 Bagar journal, 17 Bal, Krishnabhushan, 150; "April Wind" (Chaitko Hava), translated 150-151; "Historical Matters" (Itihdskd Kurd), translated 151-152 Ballabh, Ishwar, 14, 100, 141, 142, 143, 145; role in Tesro Ayam movement, 99; "The Shadows of Superfluous Songs" (Andvashyak Gttkd Chdydharu), translated 146—147; short stories by, xiii, 176; "Where is the Voice?" (Avdj Kahani Chaf), translated 147-148 Banaras, 5, 6, 16, 119, 236, 253, 271; Hindu University at, 236; Indian writers in, 6; Nepali writers in, 8, 22, 41, 119, 236, 253; as publishing center, 16 Bangdel, Lainsingh, 16 Baral, Ishwar, 18, 86 Bhadra Avagya Andolan, 119 Bhagavad Gild: allusions to, 72, 109, 109n.8, 215n.lO. See also Mahdbhdrata Bhanubhakta Acharya, 5-6, 18, 32, 40, 163 Bhatta, Motiram, 6-7, 8, 40 Bhaupanthi, xiii Bhikshu, BhavanT, 9, 206-207, 236; "The Lady Maiya" (Maiyasaheb), 187; "Mankind " (Mdnav), 206; "Maujang Babusaheb 's Goat" (Maujang Bdbiisahebko Kot), 187, translated 214-223; "Will He Ever Return?" (Tyo Phcri Pharkald?), 179, 183, translated 207-214; "Winning and Losing" (Harjit), 206 Bhutan, Nepali language in, 5 Bible, 72 Bikal, Ramesh, 175, 186, 244; "The Song of New Road" (Nayd Sadakko Git) extract , 181; "A Splendid Buffalo" (Ldhuri B/iainsi), 179, translated 244-252 Birendra, King, 3, 4 Bishl.a, Mm Bahadur, 142, 155; "Thus a Nation Pretends to Live" (Yasari Kuta Rdihtra Bdnchne Bahdnd Garcha), translated 157; "What's in the Bastard Hills?" (Sola Pahddmem Kya Hail}, translated 155-156 Bishta, Somadhwaja, xiii 325 326 INDEX Bishtha, Daulal Bikram, 231; "The AndhT Khola" (Andhi Khola), 183, 186, translated 231-235 Root Polish movement, 177 BrajakI, Manu, 298; "A Small Fish Squats by the DhobT Khola" (Sana Mdchhd Dhabi Kholdko Bagarmd), 180, 182, translated 298-303 Buddha, allusions to, 54, 72n.6, 74, 81, 109, 114, 125, 12511.10, 160, 234, 253, 254, 256, 256n.8, 259 Buddhist: allusions to festivals, 72; allusions to myths, 107n.6, 253, 254n.4, 256 Burma, 225 Caste, 15, 26n, 34, 42-43, 48n, 100, 104n, 185-186, I91n.3, 207n.3, 305; poem on, 61—62 Censorship, in Nepal, 4, 7-8, 14, 17, 25, 74 Cinema, in Nepal, 13 Columbus, Christopher, 105 Communism, 119. See al\o Marxism Cremation, 54n.9, 13Gn.ll Darjeeling, 5, 8, 15, 17, 18, 99, 100, 11 1, 121, 132, 145, 163, 170, 173, 174, 180, 197, 224, 261, 262, 264n.2; literary accounts of, 178, 179-180, 182; literary institutions in, 17; political unrest iti, 264, 264n.4; writers from, 173, 178 Diis, Suvanand. See Suvanand Das Democracy: advent of (1951), 3, 84, 87n.3, 215n.ll; references to, 181, 220; restoration of (1990), 4, 150 DevanagarT script, transliteration of, xvii Dcvkota, I.akshmlprasad, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, 31, 32, 40-44, 57, 66, 74, 83, 86, 121, 122, 127n.l6, 164, 300; The Beggar (Khihhdri), 41; death of sons of, 64, 64n; The Epic of Shakunlald (Shakuntala Mahdkdiiya), 19, 41; "Like Nothing into Nothing" (Shunyama Shunyasari), 44, translated 56, 164; "Mad" (Pdgal), 43, translated 53—56; Mund and Madim (Muna-Madan), 18, 41-43, 45-51, 74, 165; on Lekhnath Paudyal, 25-26; poem addressed to, 59, 64—65; "Prayer on a Clear Morning in the Month of Magh" (Maghko Khuleko Bihdnko Jap), 43, translated 51—52; Prometheus, 41; on role of literature, 15; on short stories , 188; short stones by, xiu; "Sleeping Porter" (Nidrit Bhariya), 41, 43, translated 44—45; Sutochand, 41; use of metre by, 19 Dikshit, Ram Mani Acharya, 22 Dmkar, Ramadharl Simha, 66n, 68 Diyalo journal, 8n Drama, in Nepali, 13, 31, 32, 75, 236 East India Company, 2 Education, Rana policy on, 2—3 Eliot, '['. S., 85, 85n, 101; "Gerontion," 85; "The Hollow Men," 101 English literature, influence of, 32 Erotic poetry. See Shringdr poetry Ealklands war, allusion to, 161 Feminism, 111, 132 Festivals, in Nepal: Buddha [ayanti, 72, 72ri.6; Dasain, 38, 38n, 191, 286; Gai Jatra, 147, 147n.2; Ghode-Jatra, 285, 285n; Iiidrajatra, 87n.3; Maghe Sankranti , 228, 228n.2, 229; Tihar (Diwall), 38, 38n Folk songs, in Nepali, 19, 41...

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9780520910263
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