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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Bhaun ku Kauthig ar Piply-Chaukhty: Short Story depicting images of regional historical events


Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories -161
Modern Garhwali short Story by Dinesh Dhyani -3  
    A critical Review and Analysis of Garhwali short story ‘Bhaun ku Kauthig ar Piply-Chaukhty ‘ (from ‘Nyuter’ –a Story Collection, 2012) written by Dinesh Dhyani
                            Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali  Stories!
                           Review by Bhishma Kukreti
 [Critical Notes on Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Garhwali Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Uttarakhandi Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Short Story  from Nainidanda region depicting images of regional historical events; Short Story  from Dhumakot area depicting images of regional historical events; Short Story of Border areas of Garhwal and Kumaun depicting images of regional historical events;  Mid Himalayan Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Himalayan  Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Indian Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Asian Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Oriental Short Story depicting images of regional historical events]
          The modern Garhwali short story writer Dinesh Dhyani depicts images of his birth land Dhumakot, Nainidanda in most of his fiction. In the short story ‘Bhaun ku Kauthig ar Piply-Chaukhty’, Dinesh depicts the images of villages as Chaukhty, Maira, Padkhndai, Dhangalgan, Pokhaar, Ryo, Tolyundand, Dundera, Badagad, Simtand, Kwee, Chinwadi. Dinesh first arrests the attention of readers that he is talking about the area of famous brave woman Tilu Rauteli and he would talk about fair and festivals of Dhumakot Nainidanda. The story is about the fair of Bhaun Devi temple and the fair of Baisakh.  
             The story is about the fight between the two regions Chaukhty (Chaukhty, Maira, Padkhndai, Dhangalgan, Pokhaar, Ryo, Tolyundand villages) and Piplya (Dundera, Badagad, Simtand, Kwee, Chinwadivilaages) in old time for the supremacy.
 The story does have many twists due to infighting depiction. The story writer is successful in illustrating the images of Bhaun temple and its worshiping sequences.  Dinesh touches today’s situation of fair in Bhaun temple.  Dhyani shows the temple through photograph and also provides three folk songs related to fair and festival of Bhaun Devi temple.
  The story form is in an old man telling story to his grand children. There are no dialogues and is in descriptive form. The readers get perfect images of the area and its people of old time. The dialects are from Nainidanda block of Pauri Garhwal.   
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 30/1/2013
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories to be continued…163
Modern Garhwali short Story by Dinesh Dhyani to be continued…4 
Critical Notes on Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Garhwali Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Uttarakhandi Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Short Story  from Nainidanda region depicting images of regional historical events; Short Story  from Dhumakot area depicting images of regional historical events; Short Story of Border areas of Garhwal and Kumaun depicting images of regional historical events;  Mid Himalayan Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Himalayan  Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Indian Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Asian Short Story depicting images of regional historical events; Oriental Short Story depicting images of regional historical events to be continued…

                     Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!