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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Huntyari ka Naunyal: Story specifying Coming events cast long shadows


Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -129
‘Huntyari ka Naunyal’ a Modern Garhwali l Story by Rashmi Barthwal-1 (Hilans, April 1995)-a critical Review and Analysis
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!
                              Review by Bhishma Kukreti
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           A Garhwali story    ‘Huntyari ka Naunyal by Rashmi Barthwal is about the characteristics of students studying in rural Garhwal.  Rashmi believes that the future of students upon their childhood conditioning rather than conditioning at later stage of life.
              Rashmi talks about the condition of rural Garhwal when there was less awareness about education in Garhwal and when new school opens the students are not conditioned to study in group in school. Rashmi describes students and their way of life style. A boy is dirty and never takes bath. A student steals money from his father pocket due to his father’s ignorance and bad habit of alcohol consumption. Rashmi describes various student characters and shows surprise.
               The story is simple and is in reporting form rather than modern tales narration method. Language of story is purely of Ganga Salan area and Rashmi writes words as they are said in Ganga Salan region.  The story is satire on parents and society not taking proper care about their children

Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti, 12/10/2012
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories to be continued…130
Commentary  on Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Garhwali Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Uttarakhandi Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Mid Himalayan Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Himalayan Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; North Indian Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Indian Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Indian subcontinent  Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; SAARC countries Story specifying coming events cast long shadows;  South Asian Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Asian Story specifying coming events cast long shadows; Oriental Story specifying coming events cast long shadows to be continued..
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!