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Monday, August 27, 2012

Garhwali Satire prose by Parashar Gaur- 8


(Critical review of Garhwali Satire prose - 19)
                                         Bhishma Kukreti
[Critical review of regional language satire prose; Garhwali language satire prose; Uttarakhandi local language satire prose; Mid Himalayan regional language satire prose; Himalayan regional language satire prose; North Indian regional language satire prose; Indian regional language satire prose; South Asian regional language satire prose; Asian regional language satire prose]
                          
 Chala u ni ain tkyaa hwe ?-The satirist Gaur depicts the division  of villagers among various groups. Some groups are related to castes and some are for other reasons. There are a couple of villagers who wish to make hurdles in important task as marriage. The satirist Parashar finds the chance for realization among villagers for unity.
Kya Bun tab- in this satire prose, Garhwali prose satirist Parashar criticizes the villagers who notoriously make hurdle in important works of people.

References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Sahity ma Hasy Vyngy, Kaunli Kiran, Jankapuri, Delhi (Pl. refer part of Satire in Garhwali Literature) (Pl. refer part of Critical study Satire in Garhwali Literature)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007, Garhwali Gady Parampara (Pl. refer part of Satire in Garhwali Literature)
3- Dhad, Garh Aina, Paraj , Hilans publications (Ref- Garhwali satire)  
4- Merpahad .com and e-Uttarakhand Patrika (Ref- Garhwali satire)  
5- Ghati ke Garjate Swar , Dehradun (Ref- Garhwali satire)  
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 27/8/2012
Critical review of regional language satire prose; Garhwali language satire prose; Uttarakhandi local language satire prose; Mid Himalayan regional language satire prose; Himalayan regional language satire prose; North Indian regional language satire prose; Indian regional language satire prose; South Asian regional language satire prose; Asian regional language satire prose to be continued…