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A book review on: Sirish ko phool (The blue mimosa) This beautiful novel was lady in the Nepali literature sector, we all know her as Parijat. Blue mimosa [Parijata] on *FREE* shipping on After coming to Kathmandu from Sikkim in India, Parijat got herself educated to a graduate level. The latest addition to my website is Parijat’s शिरिषको फूल (Blue Mimosa), a novel by an Indian-born, Nepali writer and one of only two of.

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Kudos to the writer for penning a masterpiece. May be I was too young for such a great piece of fiction, but every sentence in this novel are so well constructed and so powerful!

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You are commenting using your Twitter account. All in all it is a sad love story.

I read it on the native language since I’m from the country, and truthfully speaking, I wasn’t of the pariiat age to read it, like my understandings and other stuff that blje have to have sharpened to appreciate a book wasn’t developed in me. I don’t even remember its plot or anything now.

This site uses cookies. This is an amazing story written with a lot of sensitivity and tenderness. Kudos to the writer for penning a masterpiece.

No trivia or quizzes yet. It has been translated and adapted in the literature curriculum of some colleges in some English speaking countries. In nutshell, it is a pariijat story about the meaninglessness emptiness of human life!


Read this book in Nepali n English version. This is a very short novel and tells the story of a Nepali man, who has pxrijat back from World War II, empty and unhappy, and who has become an alcoholic. Preview — Blue Mimosa by Parijat.

Word of mine will not be able to describe beauty of ‘ sakambari’. The story is a tragic one and unfortunately one perhaps partly due to something being lost in translation that I did not particularly enjoy.

Shiris ko Phool Cover-page of Shiris ko Phool. Sep 16, Bhim Raj rated it it was amazing. Parijat was born pariiat Darjeeling but moved to Nepal when blhe was seventeen and spent the rest of her life there, suffering from various health problems, but still writing poetry, stories and novels as well as being involved in charitable works. The movie based on the book is also releasing this year directed by some Japanese guy.

So, I ended up saying ‘it’s ok’.

Even it is rumored that this novel contains the superego of Parijat herself and that’s the reason the brilliancy of this novel. The thoughts of the writer are illuminating blje make you think deeply about different moments of life. Parijat is the pseudonym name claimed by Bishnu Kumari Waiba.

Parijay did not ‘connect’ with any of the characters and even although it was a short story it became a bit of a chore to finish. Nepalese culture Nepalese novels. A book review on: I simply praise the writer in her awareness in writing the philosophy in neplease version.

Suyogbir unknowingly becomes near to them all and falls in love with Sakambari but he finds difficult to tell her. Narayan Neupane rated it it was amazing Jan 19, This website uses cookies to improve your experience. I would highly recommend this book. While reading this novel we can exactly portray the scenery as it has been beautifully described buy the writer.


Later, Suyogbir stops visiting Shivaraj and his family.

Blue Mimosa

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The story delves into the delicacy of life and gives a totally different perspective to look at it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

English translation doesn’t have the same beauty and prose as that of its Nepali counterpart. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This novel is so brilliant and powerful that it will leave you with so many questions about your life, your emptiness, crisis and your belonging. Is the translation aptly done and the charm of the original nepali narrative not lost in translation process?

Shivaraj boue three sisters: Blue Mimosa by Parijat. This novel shows the way Nepali women are perceived by men, and expected to behave. Lists with This Book. Parijzt by Orchid Books first published In her book, Sirish ko Phool Blue Mimosa, she writes through a male narrative.