Print Edition - 2017-05-03 | Life & Style
Bhariyako Bhugol, ‘an exploration of hardships, pain and poverty’
May 3, 2017-
A discussion on poet Dinesh Adhikari’s newly-released anthology of poetry, Bhariyako Bhugol, took place at Dhawal Library, in Palpa, on Tuesday. Bhariyako Bhugol was unveiled last Friday at Paleti series in the Capital.
Speaking at the interactive session, Adhikari said, “This poetry collection comprises the poems that I wrote almost three decades back when I was still young. It’s based on my interaction with my guide and potter during my three-day travel to the eastern hilly region of the country.” He added, “It explores hardships, pain and poverty caused due to social inequality.”
This is the fourth round of the Bhariyako Bhugol discussion series, which previously took place in Hetaunda, Chitwan, and Nawalparasi.
Speaking at the event, chairperson of the library, Yuvraj Poudel, was all praise about Adhikari’s poetic knack. “The book is yet another testament of Adhikari’s immense creative potential and goes beyond personal sufferings to highlight social injustice and responsibilities.”
The event also saw Adhikari recite some of his poems.
Published: 03-05-2017 08:17