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To surmount carnal desires is not possible for an ordinary mortal and the pleasures of the flesh have a place in life The Brahmin boy is serious about his spiritual goals but succumbs to the charms of a lovely gi It s an elegant work of imagination by BP that treads on the boundary of psychological and evolutionary science Being from a Brahmin family and having friends from backgrounds different than me I can relive and relish the imagery of the author in this novel It s so true yet so ethereal the tug of war between absistent virtues and carnal desires the hypocritical dogmas and natural harmony We want what we can t have and we try to shove our dominance in the world through our thoughts or actions but the might of nature always prevails at the end No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) is not possible for an ordinary mortal and the pleasures of the flesh have a place Captain Wentworths Persuasion in life The Brahmin boy Canu Cynnar is serious about his spiritual goals but succumbs to the charms of a lovely gi It s an elegant work of La bondad de los extraños imagination by BP that treads on the boundary of psychological and evolutionary science Being from a Brahmin family and having friends from backgrounds different than me I can relive and relish the Willy the Wizard imagery of the author Off-side in this novel It s so true yet so ethereal the tug of war between absistent virtues and carnal desires the hypocritical dogmas and natural harmony We want what we can t have and we try to shove our dominance Esclava Medieval: La Sumisión retorcida en Placer por un Matrimonio de Conveniencia (Novela Romántica y Erótica en Español: Fantasía nº 1) (Spanish Edition) in the world through our thoughts or actions but the might of nature always prevails at the end

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En a Brahmin boy and an ordinary girl It deals with the conflict within the boy who also wishes to pursue spiritual salvation but is torn between his desire for this woman and his urge for spiritual emancipation This book demonstrates the class and dexterity of one of the rarest Nepali literary genius Human desires and physical needs when placed under restrictions will all but help ruin one as a person He can never love or live truly Sumnima and Somdutta kept running in the same circle all their life never meeting each other The education that was supposed to be Somdutta s ladder to salvation the meditation soul searching kept him from the real luminese They were pulling him away from the actual life and the knowledge created further obstacles in his uest for salvation Halfway through this masterpiece I d realized that they weren t coming together That they d rather die their whole life apart than live as a pair What still haunts the people in our community is that the false lines drawn by our religion caste and class between people After years of fight protests and legal battles nothing has changed As these two died apart many are dying or putting their lives at stake just because their lover was born of some caste else The hopeful ending is yet to come to life in a real time scenario BP Koirala was always a driven and visionary personality who never feared to bring suppressed and subdued emotions into his works He definitely stands out as a writer when it comes to let his pen blabber exceptionally well about the psychological sexual drive mental anxieties of a human Somdutta and Sumnima couldn t win the fight because the war was solely against themselves the whole time Puloma yet another victim to the flawed values and rationales and faulty boundaries No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) is torn between his desire for this woman and his urge for spiritual emancipation This book demonstrates the class and dexterity of one of the rarest Nepali literary genius Human desires and physical needs when placed under restrictions will all but help ruin one as a person He can never love or live truly Sumnima and Somdutta kept running Captain Wentworths Persuasion in the same circle all their life never meeting each other The education that was supposed to be Somdutta s ladder to salvation the meditation soul searching kept him from the real luminese They were pulling him away from the actual life and the knowledge created further obstacles Canu Cynnar in his uest for salvation Halfway through this masterpiece I d realized that they weren t coming together That they d rather die their whole life apart than live as a pair What still haunts the people La bondad de los extraños in our community Willy the Wizard is that the false lines drawn by our religion caste and class between people After years of fight protests and legal battles nothing has changed As these two died apart many are dying or putting their lives at stake just because their lover was born of some caste else The hopeful ending Off-side is yet to come to life Esclava Medieval: La Sumisión retorcida en Placer por un Matrimonio de Conveniencia (Novela Romántica y Erótica en Español: Fantasía nº 1) (Spanish Edition) in a real time scenario BP Koirala was always a driven and visionary personality who never feared to bring suppressed and subdued emotions Enséñame más into his works He definitely stands out as a writer when Wonder (The Books of Marvella, it comes to let his pen blabber exceptionally well about the psychological sexual drive mental anxieties of a human Somdutta and Sumnima couldn t win the fight because the war was solely against themselves the whole time Puloma yet another victim to the flawed values and rationales and faulty boundaries

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Sumnima a famous Nepali novel by B P Koirala a former Prime Minister of Nepal is about the painful complications that arise in a man woman relationship The story is about the powerful attraction that exists betwe Sumnima is one of the best Nepalese novels I have ever read There s clear picture of ideology BP Koirala carried all his life in this novel His sincere take on love and sexuality in human life the futility of suppressing the natural desires and the aftereffects of those forceful acts its all there laid down in the most beautiful and convincing language This is a story of a Brahmin boy whose uest to achieve spiritual salvation forces him to abandon his love and suppress his desires for a Kiranti girl Sumnima who on the other hand understands and pursuits the desires of her body The story is a clash between two philosophies and both sound convincing enough even though I was always on the side of Sumnima from the start on the side of philosophy that teaches to embrace love and sexuality and not discard BP validates this side in the story when the Brahmin boy succumbs to a touch of Sumnima and melts in an instant even after ages even after he has supposedly gained spiritual emancipation This is an exuisite story one of the best in Nepali literature

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  • सुम्निमा
  • Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala
  • Nepali
  • 02 July 2019
  • 9789993328124

About the Author: Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala

विश्वेश्वरप्रसाद कोइराला was born in Varanasi to father Krishna Prasad Koirala was one of the greatest Nepali political and literary figure He was the Prime Minister of Nepal from 1959 to 1960 and also the first democratically elected Prime Minister in Nepal's history He held the office just 18 months before being deposed and imprisoned by order of King Mahendra The rest of his life was spent largely in prison or exile and in steadily deteriorating healthWhile Koirala is considered one of the most charismatic political leader of Nepal he was also one of the most well read and thoughtful writers of Nepalese literature He wrote short stories and novels and some poems Koirala began writing short stories in Hindi His first stories were published in Banaras in Hansa a Hindi literary magazine edited by Prem Chand India's Tolstoy His first Nepali short story Chandrabadan was published in Sharada a Nepali literary magazine in 1935 Koirala was very good at depicting the character and mind of women Four other stories of Koirala were included in Katha Kusum an anthology of Nepali stories published in 1938 in Darjeeling As a social realist with good psychological insight Koirala had established himself as one of the most important Nepali short story writers of Nepal



10 thoughts on “सुम्निमा

  1. says:

    There’s plenty of room to critiue BP Koirala’s Sumnima for the deterministic dichotomy it imposes upon its narrative of boy meets girl wherein the indigenous Kirats self identify with the base earth and Brahmin priests are of the air But in its brave pairing of the star crossed Sumnima and Somdatta and its examination of the c

  2. says:

    Sumnima is one of the best Nepalese novels I have ever read There's clear picture of ideology BP Koirala carried all his life in this novel His sincere take on love and sexuality in human life the futility of suppressing the natural desires and the aftereffects of those forceful acts; its all there laid down in the most beautiful and convincing language This is a story of a Brahmin boy whose uest to achieve spiritual sal

  3. says:

    A powerful portrayal of what clash between physical needs and religious principles does to pious Brahmins Brahmins do belong to earth after all like Kiratis like all other human beings To transcend oneself above mankind is to withdraw from simple pleasures of life The attainment of which can later sabotage the very purpose of their lives The most intriguing and heart wrenching character in this book for me was Puloma I have read most part o

  4. says:

    This book demonstrates the class and dexterity of one of the rarest Nepali literary genius Human desires and physical needs when placed under restrictions will all but help ruin one as a person He can never love

  5. says:

    Exceptional work I feel lucky to encounter koirala's work and at the same time I am amazed by his writing skill even though he was politically engaged person he wrote this novel when he was in jail he persuaded literature in another way And now he is one of the legend in Nepali Literature Awesome read

  6. says:

    not much of my kind of story I find BPK's work a little exaggerated on sex and life I would have liked the story if it was about the cultural diversions and how love fails and finds itself rather than the extended distraction on the nudity

  7. says:

    It's an elegant work of imagination by BP that treads on the boundary of psychological and evolutionary science Being from a Brahmin family and having friends from backgrounds different than me I can relive and relish the imagery of the author in this novel It's so true yet so ethereal the tug of war between absistent virtues and carnal desir

  8. says:

    Amazing presentation of sexual tention The ease in Kirats and perhaps unnecessary complex choice of life among Brahmans are so well

  9. says:

    A masterpiece from BPK A piece that transcends time

  10. says:

    something different test for Nepali literature n feel some closed to OSHO thought

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