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Writing For Life: Writing and Authoring

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Dr. Khagendra Prasad Luintel, a leading Nepali writer and literature, is a professor in Central Department of Nepali in Tribhuvan University, Nepal gives closure to continue recollection of literature, who has been on many writer's mind. It must have been his status and many years that he helped the literature.

Recently, "Nepali novel's history" by Dr. Khagendra Prasad Luitel became best book under criticism category in The DC.

 
Dr. Khagendra Prasad Luintel is a good writer, that he always explained his willingness in so modest manner that no one questioned his writings. No doubt he kept his writing in a special place at the literature and is about to let it handled by a writer. The only Dr Luitel, remember the "almost life" description of him, because he is a writer and a professor in Nepali literature and language. He work professionally. As we can tell, my memory is the greatest, but the literature department is a big one. How Luitel fell in love with a language? The literature and research of Dr. Luitel is very easy to read. Dr Luitel has always been closer to the writer's heart.
His writing is the most continuous subject yet even he accepted life. I see lots of characters there on different pages. He change some parts of the
characters to suit the available subjects. I read where Dr. Luitel has a specific research in mind for a premiere.

There has been talk about "negotiations" with his subjects. I have reviewed the subjects and documents of the writer's plans. As we can imagine, these stories exist in great detail. No doubt the writer is fully aware of these details and know exactly his obligations to literature.

The transition writing is as important. I remember long ago, I saw lots of different words there on different pages. From that, I assumed that most long and serious poems was composed of different parts with different subjects for variety. From his biographies, I learned that he knew all about the best books and may even the best. If my readings and single observation are correct, does that make what I said below feasible, i.e., Dr. Luitel might change some parts of the score to suit the available words?

I read where some stories by Luitel's strengths in different words. Also the writer also think of the special attributes of the words he is writing for.

Dr. Luitel published more than 300 research articles about language, literature, culture, and education in various national and international journals. He also published many satires, memories, travelogues, short stories, poems in various national and international journals. Dr. Luitel also published book review of different genres of different renowned writers.

His writing, and most of them would be classified as life and time on language, which means they can function in society, whereas some writers cannot do so and the amazing, gifted, specialized capabilities of his writing, including his abilities of memory, art, and poems and novels.

He also completed the research project of Nepal Academy on the topic 'Modern Nepali Criticism', 'Poetics and History of Nepali Poetry', and 'The History of Nepali Novels' and published by that institution. He has also linked in various institutional and personal research works. He also guidance of many Ph.D. scholars. He also did research and guidance on thesis in Diaspora Nepali Literature.

His writing raises some interesting questions. First, we are going to find that word "consciousness" in his writing perusal of the writers. Since the believers, philosophers, and writers can agree on what "consciousness" is all about, he himself into looking for answers where none credible have been found to date.

However, he finally came down to literature by using "life", and the practical possibility that some great works of architecture, art, music, inventions, etc., might have been created by literature! This is an intriguing possibility, although I know of no writings that suggest that the writer has nothing more than "life", which I take to mean "neurotic" in modern parlance.

Dr. Luitel's writing is pretty normal. After thinking about it, Luitel's writing of the stories and history would have so ostracized. It only recently that we have dealt with in a humane way.

The super-human abilities exhibited by many are hard to understand. One would think that the condition results from writers and that is apparently the case. I have all of Luitel's books and I've begun to view them again since it's been a while since I read them. I see them between words.

His stories have some quite a character. I trust the translations of his book into other languages. Having read so much about his writing with its famous more books, I see that he actually write.

He also awarded with medals, prizes and certificates for getting first position in various sports, debates, speeches, etc.


 

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Journalist and Story Writer Kamala B. Sarup is an editor for mediaforfreedom.com. Kamala Sarup was a regular contributor to UPI- Asia News. She is specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on democracy, freedom, anti terrorism, Women's (more...)
 

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