Laxmi Prasad Devkota was born in at Dillibazar, Kathmandu on the auspicious day of Laxmi His popular book Muna Madan was written during this time. Muna-madan, a short epic narrative by the poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota, is one of the most popular work in the Nepali literature. Just before his death in he. Author: Mahakabi Laxmi Prasad Devkota. Paperback Edition: [BS/ Book Title: Muna Madan (A Play in the Jhyaure Folk Tradition). Author: Laxmi Prasad.
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When he came back from India after finishing his studies, he had to work really hard to earn a living. His popular book Muna Madan was written during this time. All the poets of the time wrote using the old Sanskrit forms. Laxmi prasad devkota muna madan Madan was written in the jhyaure folklore style.
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This was completely new and it received recognition. It is still a best seller even after more than seven decades of its publication.
Soon afterwards, he lost both his parents and an infant daughter within two years.
This shattered Devkota completely. It was at this point that he wrote Pagal which is one of the best written poems in Nepali. He had the command of Nepali, Sanskrit, Hindi, and English languages and he could write poetry very quickly. Muna isn't dead, tell me she lives.
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Tell me she is at her parents' home. The roots of my hopes, the wings of my mind, tell me Muna is here. Tell me when she will be back! She lives where sorrow does not stain.
The great poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota
Across imagination she picks flowers of happiness in the gardens of Heavens. The sad story that this poem tells has a magic in it. I don't know, if I feel this because the journey Laxmi prasad devkota muna madan had with this book along with my friends was more than wonderful but there's something abou It was a great blessing to have Munamadan as a part of course book in school.
In the end, the wind will take the fistful of ashes, this blossom of meat has to fall and wilt. God, how could you create her and then ruin what you have made.
How could you make this flower and then drag her down like this? You gave me this flower, how could you destroy her like laxmi prasad devkota muna madan
My sister, when I first saw her, when I first saw Muna's face I never thought that Muna could die, sister, I thought she would never die.
How could the fire take her?