Life is never too pointless to be ended

Published On: February 22, 2024 09:30 AM NPT By: Republica

"Priye Sufi," a book by Nepali author Subin Bhattarai, is a moving and consoling book. The story's primary lesson is to raise awareness among young people about suicidal thoughts and lifestyle decisions, which typically involve choosing death over dealing with difficulties.

Rajeev Bhattacharyya’s book offers a remarkable history of ULFA, its formation and rise to prominence, the interplay of its principal characters, the role of foreign elements and wane in its influence.

Mrityu Diary:  A must read book about life and death

Published On: November 9, 2023 10:09 AM NPT By: Padam Bhattarai

"Mrityu Diary" or the “Death Diary” is a book written by the author Tulasi Acharya, which is currently available in various online markets both in Nepal and abroad. In Nepal, the entire royalty amount obtained from book sales will be used to support cancer patients, and the proceeds from sales abroad are dedicated to cancer or Social Science research at Nexus Institute of Research and Innovation (NIRI). The author has taken the responsibility of social welfare through his writing, and this serves as a notable example of how social work can also be carried out through the medium of writing.

"Jiwanta Sambandha: A Medical Student's Resonance"

Published On: October 17, 2023 09:30 AM NPT By: Subodh Acharya

As a book enthusiast, I've always been drawn to the world of literature, seeking solace and inspiration within the pages of well-crafted narratives. My journey through the realm of books took an unexpected yet deeply meaningful turn when I stumbled upon Dr Om Murti Anil's 'Jiwanta Sambandha.' Little did I know that this literary masterpiece would not only captivate my heart but also resonate profoundly with my pursuit of a medical education.

Kingdom Lost or Lost Kingdom?

Published On: October 7, 2023 10:00 AM NPT By: Narayan Manandhar

Having reviewed "Singhadurbar: Rise and Fall of the Rana Regime in Nepal" by Sagar S.J.B. Rana (8 July 2017, Republica), I was eagerly awaiting the companion volume. Upon learning that the book is now available in the market, I visited a local bookstore to get a copy.

Non-Alignment: A Necessity or an Appeal to Tradition?

Published On: September 3, 2023 09:15 AM NPT By: Kasam Pokhrel

The world is passing through a geopolitical recession. The Cold War 2.0 debate has heated up the global setting. Against this backdrop, major powers are observed to have intensified their worldwide engagements to an unprecedented extent. February 24, 2022, added yet another element of uncertainty to the intricacy of this already complicated phenomenon.

Dr Madan Kumar Bhattarai, a former Foreign Secretary and ambassador to Germany and Japan, needs no introduction. He is already a renowned diplomat. Now, he has been equally active in writing biographies of people who made significant contributions to construct and consolidate Nepal's foreign policy during its formative periods. His passion for the study of family ancestries and histories, called genealogy, is also well-known.

Cutting Words: A Surgeon's Poetic Journey

Published On: May 5, 2023 10:52 PM NPT By: Sara Pahari

A poet by passion and a surgeon by profession, Dr Roka has penned eight volumes of collection of poems that challenge readers to confront the duality of life

KATHMANDU, May 3: There was a time when the book ‘Doctor nahuda’ was really helpful for many when it came to getting medical information in Nepali language. The book of about five hundred pages was a must-read for every aware and educated family. That book played a significant role in providing information and knowledge about primary health.

Stories Full of Love, Emotion, and Tenderness

Published On: March 8, 2023 09:15 AM NPT By: Bhisma Upreti

The stories in the collection are captivating. The use of sentences that are picturesque in various places attracts the readers. The vividness of the language is natural. The stories instill enthusiasm in the readers.