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Laxmi Prashad Devkota

Laxmi Prashad Devkota

Maha Kabi

In this book the author has interpreted the epic love story of the character Muna and Madan. This is one of the most selling Nepali books of all time in Nepal. The author has shown the love between them after their distance between them because of foreign employment in which Madan has gone to the foreign country of Job with his friends and he was left dead in the way by his friends.

This is one of the very best books of Laxmi Prasad Devkota because he told before his death that you can burn all of his creation after his death but leave this book. So this is the evergreen book of all time.

This is a story of a middle-class family of Nepal, where there are 3 main characters in this story. In that family, there are Son named Madan, his wife Muna, and his Mother. They all belong to village family and they had some loans on their head. One day, the Son decided to go to a place called Lasha to earn some money, make his family out of loans, and buy some golden Jewels for his wife and make his family happy in the future.

So, he has decided to go to Lasha with his friends. Muna tries to stop him and tell him “Wealth is not everything, we are happy by eating what we have and where we are”, but also he did not listen to Muna and goes with his friends. He knows that Lasha has lots of gold and ready to travel behind the mountains.

He has spent lots of months in Lasha and after some time he wants to came back with some golds with him. He was coming from Lasha with his friends and got ill with a disease called Haiza, now he cannot walk and his friends leave him there. A bhotte of that place finds him and cared for him and he will be fine after some time. Then Madan wants to give the gold to that Bhotte but that Bhotte denies to take that Gold instead he will ask for a blessing from his mother. After being cured, Madan goes back to his own village and family. When he reaches there, he finds his mother and his wife were died due to the Death News of Madan, which was told by the Madan’s friends.

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Amar Neupane

Amar Neupane

Author

Amar Neupane is a Nepali youth novelist and personality in Nepalese literature. His first novel Paniko Gham was published in 2066 BS and won the Padhyashree Sahitya Samman award. His collection of children’s stories Kalilo Man won the Parijat Balsahitya Pandulipi Purashkar award.

This is a story about a girl named Tara, who was got married as she was a child of age 7. After her marriage, her husband went to India for work and he died there. So after that, she has been alone for some time and society did not let her live life her own way. She used to live in a very narrow-minded society and a very small friend circle. Even her husband has been dead but she felt like her husband is controlling her and her life. After that, she felt like a burden to her family and so that she will decide to move to a place called Dev Ghat to live her rest of the life.

A character named Yamuna, who was very happy in her life. She told Tara her relationship with her husband which was very good and full of happiness. After listening to the love story of Yamuna, Tara felt she needs physical and mental support as like Yamuna.

Another Character named Pavitra, who was also got married when she was a child, and her husband has also died like Tara. Tara and Pavitra both are very good friends from their childhood. Like Tara followed the rules of society, Pavitra did not follow the rules of the society and she will get what she wants both physically and mentally.

In the end, these all characters will meet at the place called Dev Ghat. There is also a male character named Govinda. Govinda was a teacher of Tara in her childhood. He also taught some letters to Tara. Tara used to admire Govinda from her childhood, she used to see him everywhere but never met him after marriage but at last, she met him and Tara will get all the happiness which she wants from her life.

Dhani Buwa Garib Buwa | Nepali Book Summary

dhani buwa gariv buwa nepali book summary

Today I am going to tell a story about a boy who has 2 fathers, 1st Father is his own father and 2nd is his friend’s father. His own father was a well-qualified Ph.D. holder and a professor of a university. He always tells him to be good at your study and you will get a good job in your future. But his friends tell him to study what you want and what you like, no need to get top grades just know to use what you learn. His 2nd dad was a businessman who runs different businesses in the USA.

Introduction: Rich Dad Poor Dad
Chapter 1: The Rich Don’t Work for Money
Chapter 2: Why Teach Financial Literacy?
Chapter 3: Mind Your Own Business
Chapter 4: The History of Taxes and the Power of Corporations
Chapter 5: The Rich Invent Money
Chapter 6: Work to Learn – Don’t Work for Money

One day when the boy was on the baseball field, watching others kids playing baseball. His 2nd dad met him there and told him, If you will work for money you will never be happy. You need to be financially free to live a happy life. As Rich Dad says, “The poor and middle-class work for money. The rich have money work for them.” “It’s fear that keeps most people working at a job: the fear of not paying their bills, the fear of being fired, the fear of not having enough money, and the fear of starting over. That’s the price of studying to learn a profession or trade, and then working for money. Most people become a slave to money – and then get angry at their boss.”

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Rabindra Bhattarai

Rabindra Bhattarai

Author

Qualification: MA in Finances & Investment
Work: Teacher at Sankar Dev Campus for more than 13 Years.
He is a share expert and travels to different parts of Nepal to provide training. He has written more than 10 share related books

How to earn money without work?

Let Money work for you

If you didn’t let money work for you then you will have to work for others for money.

Share market is the place where you let your money work for you.


First work for Money

At the beginning we might not have money to invest in share, so that we have to work for money by doing business or a job. Then we can handle our expense and save money for investment.


Early invest early retire

We have to be like players, they start earning in the young age and retire early in their life.


Do Business than Job

Job has constant income for certain time but business has no constant income and it can go for very long period of time.


Let Knowledge work

Investment in knowledge can pay the best interest.


Let system work

Let your business be automated which does not needs you to run. You must be in a Financial Freedom.


Let Technology work

If technology can replace manpower then get that technology in place of that manpower.

How to Enter Stock Market?

Primary Market

Primary issue of share in the share market is also known as initial public offering (IPO).

To apply for IPO you must have:

  • Applicant’s Photo
  • Citizenship’s Photocopy
  • Bank Account

If you are beginner and wants to enter in share market for the first time you should enter in Primary market first because its easy and less risky.

 

Secondary Market

Share which has been issue in Primary market and will be again traded between buyers and seller in presense of broker is called secondary market. Nepal Stock Exchange Ltd. (NEPSE) is only one Nepal’s Secondary Market. For buying and selling in secondary market you have to Inlist your company share in NEPSE.

 

Broker

An authorized company by NEPSE for trading shares. It’s Illegal to trade shares without the brokers.

 

Trading Account

Its compulsory to create a trading account in broker’s company to trade shares.

Following items are needed to create a Trading Account.

  • 1 Applicant’s Photo
  • Citizenship’s Photocopy
  • Applicant’s birth certificate

You cannot use same Trading Account to different broker company, If you want to trade from different brokers you have to create different Trading Account from that respective broker’s company

 

Demat Account

Demat (Demataralisation) Account is also a compulsory account to register share in electronic system which provides the facility of securities and holding shares. You can create account through CDS and Clearing Limited(www.cds.com.np)

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मुनामदन | Muna Madan

Author: Laxmi Prasad Devkota
Publisher: Sajha Prakashan
First Publish Year: 2008 BS
Language: Nepali
Genre: Poetry

In this book the author has interpreted the epic love story of the character Muna and Madan.  This is one of the most selling Nepali books of all time in Nepal. The author has shown the love between them after their distance between them because of foreign employment in which Madan has gone to the foreign country of Job with his friends and he was left dead in the way by his friends.

This is one of the very best books of Laxmi Prasad Devkota because he told before his death that you can burn all of his creation after his death but leave this book. So this is the evergreen book of all time.

सुम्निमा | Sumnima

Author: Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala
Publisher: Sajha Prakashan
First Publish Year: 2010 BS
Language: Nepali
Genre: Novel

B P Koirala, a former Prime Minister of Nepal is about the painful complications that arise in a man-woman relationship. The story is about the powerful attraction that exists between a Brahmin boy “Somdutta” and an ordinary Kirati girl “Sumnima”. His unexpressed love for Sumnima haunts Somdutta till the end of his life. He comes to think that the sacred education, which was supposed to be a ladder to salvation and austerity, kept him from true happiness and actually experiencing life. He realizes that the false line drawn by religion separates the community into castes, classes and many other divisions. The novel depicts how the restriction of human desires and physical needs can all but ruin a person’s life.

दोषी चश्मा | Doshi Chasma

Author: Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala
Publisher: Sajha Prakashan
First Publish Year: 2073 BS
Language: Nepali
Genre: Novel

B P Koirala, a former Prime Minister of Nepal. The book Doshi Chasma explores the psychological aspect of its protagonist.

शाकुन्तल | Shakuntala

Author: Laxmi Prasad Devkota
Publisher: Sajha Prakashan
First Publish Year: 1945 BS
Language: Nepali
Genre: Poetry

Mahakavi Laxmi Prasad Devkota wrote Shakuntala, his first epic poem and also the first “Mahakavya” (epic poem) written in the Nepali language, in a mere three months. Published in 1945, Shakuntala is a voluminous work in 24 cantos based on Kālidāsa’s famous Sanskrit play Abhijñānaśākuntalam. Shakuntala demonstrates Devkota’s mastery of Sanskrit meter and diction which he incorporated heavily while working primarily in Nepali. According to the late scholar and translator of Devkota, David Rubin, Shakuntala is among his greatest accomplishments.

Purple Haze

Author: Ashish Jung
Publisher: Gorkha Publications
First Publish Year: 2020 AD
Language: Nepali
Genre: Novel

This book is a must-read for characters who are forced to live a depressing life in order to impress others. Understand that ignorance makes the mind as heavy as a rhinoceros, and knowledge makes it lighter than a balloon. I can’t change you. You change yourself. If the same people are cheating on you again and again, you are to blame. Because, you are irresponsible, careless and very stupid and you are repeating the same mistake over and over again.

Channakya Niti

Author: Roshan Dahal
Publisher: Panch Pokhari Prakashan
First Publish Year: 2075 BS
Language: Nepali
Genre: Philosophy

No one should be friends with someone with less or more competition. Friendship with a less prestigious person is always sad. Such people always hope for help and think only about taking advantage. They will not be able to help you when you are in trouble. If you have a friendship with a person who is more prestigious, you start to compare yourself with that person. And the feeling of jealousy arises inside you. That’s why friendship should be with people at your level.

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Author: Rabindra Bhattarai

Qualification: MA in Finances & Investment
Work: Teacher at Sankar Dev Campus for more than 13 Years.
He is a share expert and travels to different parts of Nepal to provide training. He has written more than 10 share related books

 

Sartalipasha Haiku Sangraha

Author: Ramesh Prabhat
Address: Mangalpur-1, Chitwan
Language: Nepali
Genre: Haiku Sangraha

एक चिहान | EK CHIHAN

Author: Hridaya Chandra Singh Pradhan
Publisher: Phoenix Books
First Publish Year: 2075 BS
Language: Nepali
Genre: Novel

In this book the author has shown the problem of poor Newar family of Kathmandu which is based on the real story. This novel has inaugurated the farmers’ problems and has also highlighted the importance of interracial marriage. In our society, caste system is buried. People here are not able to get rid of the enclosed area of ​​territorialism and ethnicity. The novel has been presented by breaking this compressed circle. The main characters of this novel are standing as anti-social rites and traditions. Therefore, Shivwanara has been married to his brother Hushanara for marrying a woman Tamangi, while marrying Tarai Ram Khekhvan Tarai of Terai Nainthuku, Raut has formed an interconnected marriage.

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