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ुपमा छ |यो पुस्तकमा नेपालका माओवादीलाई केन्द्रमा राखेर तत्कालीन राजतन्त्र र भारतीय संस्थापनसंग उनीहरुको त्यहि उतार चढावपूर्ण सम्बन्ध केलाउन खोजिएको छ | यस अर्थमा प्रयोगशाला नेपालि सङ्क्रणमा दिल्ली दरबार र माओवादीको भूमिकाको लेखाजोखा हो. A rather bleak portrait of Nepalese politics At times I could see the glimmer of hope for the future Most of the time however it was turning me pessimistic I don t know how accurate the details in this book are But even if a few details here and there are mere speculations this is a very insightful read

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Prayogshala Nepali Sankramanma Dilli Ra Maobadi (प्रयोगशाला नेपाली सङ्क्रमणमा दिल्ली, दरबार र माओवादी)

आधुनिक नेपालको जन्म भएयता झन्डै अढाई सय बर्षको इतिहासमा दशक लामो माओवादी बिद्रोह सबभन्दा ठूलो आन्तरिक चुनौतीका रुपमा देखा परेको थियो | निश्चय पनि त्यो बिद्रोह दिल्ली वा दरबारमा जन्मेको थिएन हाम्रै पहाडी कान्ला कन्दराबाट उब्जेको थियो | तर त?. A book you can give a miss It has generated hype than its substance For detailed review please wait for a weekThe Chief Editor of Kantipur Daily Mr Sudheer Sharma has written a book in Nepali called Prayogshala Nepali Sankraman ma Dilli Durbar ra Maobadi Laboratory Delhi Royal Palace and Maoist during Nepal s transition herein after referred only as Prayogshala It hit market almost one year ago but I got to read it only during holidays of Dashain Tihar of 2014 The book is about how India experimented s different things by using Maoist King and Political Parties during the period of 2052 BS to 2063 BS and even today The book was an instant hit and Sharma garnered a lot of praises and citations His main focus was to analyse India s intervention in Nepal s domestic affairs in different phase of Maoist movements and how India tried to tilt the movement in its favour In this process India s euations with different power sectors have changed and Sharma has tried hard to link every event with India s interventions I will come to this issue little later in my reviewBefore I will write on Prayogshala Laboratory or House for Experiment I would like to make a mention of two notable books among others which I read during the vacation The first one is Manjushree Thapa s Seasons of Flight I have stopped reading MST long time ago because of her uestionable contributions to literature I had bought this book long time ago as a mark of respect to Nepalese writers but now have stopped doing so The book is just an average novel without anything much to offer to the readersAnother book that I read is Open Secret of KP Dhungana published by FinePrints The author tries to show that Indian establishment was involved in various crimes in Nepal to eliminate Pakistan encouraged terroristscriminals The book also shows that Nepal Police and Government turn a deaf ear to investigate such incidents To derive this conclusion author has done a good research but the references are regularly repetitive In many pages completely unnecessary irrelevant mundane and boring details have been provided making the book an ordinary one Nothing much one can say about the bookComing back to review of Sudheer Sharma s book Prayogshala the book was an instant hit It garnered wide appreciation despite being ordinary chronicles of events No new fact or new details having any significance have been revealed by the book The book suffers from the myriad of drawbacksIt makes continuous attempt to link anything and everything with Indian establishment and Research and Intelligence Wing of India In the process it throws some facts based on the interviews given by retired Indian babus The book works hard to give credentials to rhetoric that nothing happens in Nepal without India s expressed permission This is a very sincere effort by Sharma to instil inferiority in Nepalese People As stated by KanakMani Dixit sometime ago in different context though this is another building block of that systematic game plan to show that Nepal is subservient to IndiaWhile writing the book there is hardly any first person account of the author As Sharma was not a party to any of the game changing power deals concerning Nepal and India everything he mentions is based on interviews of retired Indian bureaucrats various leaders from across the entire spectrum To make the book little bit interesting he inserts some juicy stories about the meeting of different parties However all these accounts are sourced from different people s articles books etc This makes the book devoid of any new contentIf we have to compare this book with recently written book Maile Dekheko Darabar The Palace that I had seen of Bibek Shah Bibek s book clearly stands out in terms of uality of information and in terms of credibility Bibek was there making his hands dirty and he had certainly much credible information with him whereas a journalist can only pretend that he too was there This is where Prayogshala stands out lowly In fact Sharma has extensively referred work of Bibek to make any pointsAnother aspect where Prayogshala miserably suffers is compiling information not from so credible sources In fact the research Sharma has done is to rely on anything and everything written on Maoists King India etc So without any distinction he uite regularly cites Janadesh Maoist s mouthpiece to tell his views There is no filtering of information and hardly any application of sound mind in gathering references This further deteriorates the uality of writingIn Sharma s books the heroes and villains are pre meditated It seems Maoist brought panacea to all ills created by political parties who were struggling to establish multiparty democracy Hence the book is well scripted to create stardom of Maoist and to create larger than life picture of Maoist Leaders The Author seems to be so much moved by Maoist s vision that he treats the general peace loving public nothing than a trash This can be seen in his derogatory reference to people s retaliation against continuous Maoist protests in Kathmandu It seems author was shattered as Moist had to call off all their protests due to unimaginable public outcry in Kathmandu So the shattered soul has only the contempt to the people of this republicHowever at one instance Sudheer is very honest about himself He recognises his fallacy of showing soft heart to Maoists and recognises his failure to come to any conclusion despite talking with and reading numerous sources So he howsoever painful it might be to state this disclaimer accepts his futile attempt at the very beginning that he has nothing to offer in his book Painfully honest disclosure indeedTo close the review I borrow words from Vinod Mehta a celebrated India journalist who writes in Lucknow Boy A Memoir 2010 For a journalist credibility is like virginity You can lose it only once Sudheer may be a celebrated among his tiny amateur circles of journalists many a times his actions as an editor of Kantipur have come under scanner and this is hardly a first stance of his losing it The book falls devastatingly short of hype it could luckily managed to create

Sudheer Sharma ¾ 4 Summary

??यसको तीव्र फैलावटमा ती दुई शक्तिकेन्द्रको निर्णायक भूमिका रह्यो | तीमध्ये दरबारले पराजित भएर आफ्नो अस्तित्व नै नामेट पार्यो भने माओवादी आफैलाई बदलेर शान्तिपूर्ण मूलधारमा फर्क्यो | बाँकी रह्यो दिल्ली जसको नेपालनीतिको अभिस्ट अझै पहेलीकै र. Rich and insightful details of major political events in Nepal from the birth of the Maoist insurgency around 1996 to the demise of the first constituent assembly in 2012 and formation of a consensus government headed by the chief justice in 2013 As the name suggests the book presents accounts of important activities and decisions of the Maoists Nepali palace and different government institutions in India leaders the foreign ministry Indian ambassadors to India RAW etc which will provide insights on the draconian transformation of Nepali politics


7 thoughts on “Prayogshala Nepali Sankramanma Dilli Ra Maobadi (प्रयोगशाला नेपाली सङ्क्रमणमा दिल्ली, दरबार र माओवादी)

  1. says:

    A book you can give a miss. It has generated hype than its substance. For detailed review, please wait for a week.*******

  2. says:

    I would like to review this book with a quote of C. S. Lewis “Isn't it funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back, everything is different” Prayogshaala is a history of recent past in which period I have lived, and it amu

  3. says:

    The literal translation of Prayoshala is "Laboratory". The core theme of the book is how the nation got turned into a "Laboratory" of its own under various experimental guinea pig leadership. The book begins at the time of parliament dismiss by then PM Dr. Baburam Bhattarai and the writer takes the readers back to the start of first people's movement in 2046 along with the formation of Maoist. Mr. Sharma add

  4. says:

    Rich and insightful details of major political events in Nepal from the birth of the Maoist insurgency around 1996 to the demise of

  5. says:

    It's amazing book about history of contemplation politics of Nepal particularly dealing with 10 year civil war.. the author also highlights the role of India and its influence in Nepal during that time period and the transition after. The micromanagement by RAW in Nepal's politics at that time was enormous according to the book and

  6. says:

    A rather bleak portrait of Nepalese politics. At times I could see the glimmer of hope for the future. Most of the time, however, it was turning me pessimistic. I don't know how accurate the details in this book are. But even if a few details here and there are mere speculations, this is a very insightful read.

  7. says:

    A great repository of key events, pieces of evidence and conspiracies that shaped Maoist insurgency and hence, changed the trajectory of Nepal's political landscape. Halfway through the book, I was anxiety stricken as the same political games

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