jwajalapa wishes to publish rare and valuable nepalbhasa books on the web. It has published two books till now.
Sarbabandhu (short essay) book by Sidhhidas Mahaju, is a moral educational book. This book teaches how to behave when different types of people are met. The author of this book Sidhhidas Mahaju (987 Nepal Era) is a pioneer poet in Nepalbhasa and has written more than 50 books including Sidhhi Ramayan, Sajan Hridayabharan , Satya Sati and Suk Ramha Sambad.
This book has been published in print twice: first, not in a book form and second, in book form. Second being published by Kutah Pikaka.
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Machasoo is a poem book by Subhash Ram. It was published in print in 1996 by Suprakala. The poems here are mostly satirical. Subhash Ram has written another book too, titled Cultural Musical Instrument of Nepal valley.
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Nepalbhasaya Mey Muna Saphoo - 2
This is a Nepalbhasa Lyrics book compiled by Raju Bajracharya. It was published in print on 5th of May 2005 by Binod Man Rajbhandari. This book, edited by Nirmal Bajracharya includes Nepalbhasa Lyrics of more than 200 songs and few with the chords too.
The Lyrics are arranged according to different audio cassettes and CDs.
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Lipangu Inap : Antim Agraha
'Lipangu Inap' is a short story book by Agib Banepali. It was published in print in 2005 by Suma Banepali for Bhaktapur Sahitya Pratisthan . The book contains 22 short stories in Nepalbhasa with translation in Nepali Language. Apart from taking pleasure through reading the contemporary short stories, the book is also useful for learning Nepalbhasa for those who knows Nepali Language.
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The publication of these book on the web, by jwajalapa, aims at increasing readers of nepalbhasa literature and creating deeper understanding and appreciation of history and present of Nepalbhasa literature.
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