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Chhwata Gor Thobdu Chatan: Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers

Chhwata Gor Thobdu Chatan: Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers
Critical review of Garhwali satirical prose- 135
Critical Review of Garhwali Satire written by Prakash Mani Dhashmana -12
‘Chhwata Gor Thobdu Chatan’‘(Rant Raibar 11/3/2013) by Prakash Mani Dhashmana
Review by Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Garhwali Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Uttarakhandi Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Mid Himalayan Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Himalayan Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; North Indian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Indian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; South Asian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Asian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Oriental regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers]
‘Chhwata Gor Thobdu Chatan’‘a Garhwali satire by Prakash Dhashmana criticizes the indifferent policy or no policy for small newspapers/magazines. Dhashmana blames the uncaring strategy of government, politicians and bureaucracy for development of local language journalism and literature. The Garhwali satirical columnist Prakash Dhashmana charges the ignoring attitude of government, chief minister for not helping local language journalism and literature in his satirical column ‘Chakdait Uvach (The cunning man’s words).
The satire starts as if Dhashmana narrating a story or memory but slowly the narration starts analyzing the total unsympathetic plan, apathetic guiding principle, unconcerned guidelines, unmoved procedure by government, chief minister, politicians, government officers for local language literature and journalism.
The satire blames that the big papers are getting big pie from the government aids for improving journalism but not the small newspapers those are in need more.
The style is in story telling form and analyzing the facts resulting total loss of humor and making sharp statement. The language is from Salani dialects.
The satire impresses the readers to make pressure on politicians and bureaucrats to make a plan for local language development.
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 19/3/2013
Critical review of Garhwali satirical prose to be …136
Critical Review of Garhwali Satire written by Prakash Mani Dhashmana to be…13
Notes on Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Garhwali Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Uttarakhandi Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Mid Himalayan Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Himalayan Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; North Indian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Indian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; South Asian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Asian regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers; Oriental regional language Satire on Government Ignoring Small and Local Language News papers to be continued….

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