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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Padaunn ki Rajneeti: The story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop


Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories -160
Modern Garhwali short Story by Dinesh Dhyani -1
    A critical Review and Analysis of Garhwali short story ‘Padaunn ki Rajneeti‘(Nyuter –Story Collection, 2012) written by Dinesh Dhyani
                            Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali  Stories!
                           Review by Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on the modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Garhwali story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Uttarakhandi modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Mid Himalayan modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Himalayan modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; North Indian modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; South Asian modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Asian modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Oriental modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop]
                Dinesh Dhyani is a prominent Garhwali literature creative of Delhi. Dinesh has already published his Garhwali poetry collection.
    Dinesh published his first Garhwali short story collection ‘Nyuter’ in 2012. ‘Padaunn ki Rajneeti’ is first short story of the said story collection.
  ‘Padaunn ki Rajneeti’ depicts the atmosphere of contemporary rural Garhwal that people don’t have any agro-work due to various reasons. Since, people don’t have work they are indulged in various unnecessary local politics. The marriage party of Chimbwa returns with bride. There is tradition to distribute ‘Padaunn (kalyo-Sweet  gift) or sweets from bride house after the marriage party returns with  bride. The groom villagers have hundred percent right on this ‘Padaunn or sweet gift of bride house. The elders come to part the sweet for to distribute the sweet on equal portion. However, no elder comes to make parts of sweet for distribution.  The story writer opens the secret about elders not coming to part sweets for distribution among villagers.
 The story writer Dinesh Dhyani effectively creates images of village, marriage dinner party, and the worries of groom’s mother. The dialogues support the story. The story phrases and dialogues are dialects of Naini Danda region. The speed is slow as the aim of writer is to tell the new changes happening in rural Garhwal. The narration and end is satisfying. The aim of story teller is about stating that ‘Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop’ and he is successful.
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 16/1/2013
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories to be continued…160
Modern Garhwali short Story by Dinesh to be continued…2 
[Notes on the modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Garhwali story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Uttarakhandi modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Mid Himalayan modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Himalayan modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; North Indian modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; South Asian modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Asian modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop; Oriental modern story about Empty mind is the Devil’s Workshop to be continued… 
                      Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!