Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories -167
Analysis of Garhwali short story ‘’
Critical Review for Garhwali Short Stories written by Mahesha Nand-5
Literature Historian: @ Bhishma Kukreti
Kukhari Chor means the hen thief. There has been regular theft of chicken eggs from Gatti Bwada house. Gatti tries for finding out the theif and failed to do so. There was waiting anew shock for Gatti. Thief stole his hen too. Now, Gatti was in deep trouble. Gatti goes to future teller. Future teller offered him a couple of non satisfactory reasons and remedies. Gatti caught the thief and it was shock for his life and shock for his wife and shock for readers too.
The story is interesting from the beginning till end.
The words, phrases and dialogues are as per characters and situation. Garhwali literature creative and critics as Virendra Panwar and Vimal Negi appreciate Mahesha Nand for using Garhwali words those are lost because of Neo-Brahminical period (Modern education).
Mahesha Nand narrated the story in such style that readers read the story till end.
This author appreciates efforts by Mahesha Nand in storytelling style and using those words which are less in use but were very much in use fifty years back.
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti, Mumbai, 2016
Reference – ‘Augar’ a Story collection by Mahesha Nnand page 28..
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