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Parya a Garhwali Story

Parya: A bad story style from a learned literature analyst
(Chronological History and Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories/Fiction Series)
(Review of Short Story Collection ‘Udrol’ (Stories written by Sandeep Rawat -1 )
(Review of ‘Parya’ a
Garhwali Short story (Story written by Sandeep Rawat )
Review by: Bhishma Kukreti (Literature Historian)
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Parya a Garhwali story is as “There was a king and Queen and both died and that is the end of story”. There are worse than this story in Garhwali and I never criticized badly those stories. However, when a literature analyst as Sandeep Rawat publishes ‘Parya’ type story it is painful for me and for the whole Garhwali literature community.
Garhwali literature creative have more responsibilities than Hindi writers that their literature create more readers and make Garhwalis habitual of reading Garhwali prose. However, the’ Parya’ story by Sandeep frustrates me. The story is real one that a young woman loses her husband and she nurtures her two sons by raising buffalos and agriculture. The potentiality is very high in the plot for showing struggle, pain and brave heart of the young widow but Sandeep fails on taking advantages of the potential plot.

Garhwali short Story – Parya
By Sandeep Rawat
From ‘Udrol’ a Garhwali Short Stories Collection
Pub: Utkarsha Prakashan Meerut
Year – 2017
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti, 2019
Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Uttarkashi Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Tehri Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Pauri Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Rudraprayag Garhwal, South Asia; Modern Garhwal Fiction /short stories from Dehradun

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