Karnali Blues by Buddhisagar can be listen and download here in the voice of Achyut Ghimire from the UNN Radio program Shruti Sambeg. a’l4;fu/ a’l4;fu/ k|sfzf]Gd’v pkGof; sgf{nL An’hsf] of] c+Zf laqmLsf nflu xf]Og. 2 sgf{nL An’h. Karnali Blues is an excellent novel by the poet/writer Buddhisagar. Although it is his first novel, it could not have been better even if he was an experienced.

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A bridge at Chisapani changes the fate of a town where his karrnali ran a pharmacy. The journey with this book was amazing. The book is successful to take the readers into the life and hardships of people living in the far western region of Nepal. Bishal Poudel Jee Thanks for your enthusiasm on the Nepali Novel Karnali blues by Buddhi Sagar, As this novel is form weekly radio program parts of the karnaki only can be upload in the time span This article may be in need of reorganization to comply with Wikipedia’s layout guidelines.

Karnali Blues by Buddhisagar

It is not a love story or a fantasy but it is a story of a common man and how his life is going on. The problem is solved in 1st episode. This book has created its own standard spot in the nepali hearts. He is best known for his novel Karnali Blues and Phirphire.


Views Read Edit View history. Although it is his first novel, it could not have been better even if he was an experienced novelist. The bues moves along with introduction of various characters and the story of their struggle. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

March Learn how and when to remove this template message. Big fan of this prolific author!

It was truly delightful to read a good book in Nepali after a long time. It is a good piece of literature in Nepal from a Nepali writer. To view it, click here. Want to read once more but unfortunately lost the bluess. Thank you Prakash Jee His father, in search of better life for bluess family, keeps them moving from one village to another until they finally settle in Kalikot.

It is full of stories about childhood’s hilarious mischief, the pain of losing friends and the fear of adulthood as you watch your seemingly invincible father grow old and the world around you change for the worse.

The author’s name is Buddhisagar Chapain, but he only uses his first name as the author of this novel. This article has multiple issues. His debut and most popular novel Karnali Blues is also set in these locations.


Beside you can find them in Nepali Novel section. Buddhisagar makes you reminisce your childhood and after finishing the book you’d be emotionally obliged to hug your father. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Buddhisagar for penning it down. Jan 23, Bal Nepal rated it really liked it. You will probably think twice about your father’s sacrifice after reading this book. This novel runs around the relationship between bluues Father and a son and Childhood memories. Sep 20, Abhishek Hamal rated it really liked it.

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His awe-inspiring details help me picture exactly how the person or place or objects look likes. Son believes that there is no other person as wise, as loving and as strong as his father, however, his perception of his father changes as he grows up.

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A polio-struck child friend of the narrator leaves home in search of his brother because his father beats him up. The story contains the naughtiness of childhood that are hilarious as well as moments of heart-breaking chapters that will keep you wanting more of Buddhisagar’s easy words and perfectly structured sentences. Inspired by the works of Haruki Murakami and Paulo Coelho, he always loved reading books. I am greatly waiting for that. At last, I’m very thankful Buddhisagar for inspiring to read this once.