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Sun Shower - cover

Sun Shower

KRISHNA PRASAI

Publisher: Evincepub Publishing

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Summary

Krishna Prasai made his debut in writing in 1975 with the publication of his poems in Jhapa-based periodical Suryodaya. 
Originally from Dhaijan, Jhapa and presently a resident of Anamnagar, Kathmandu. 
Mr. Prasai edited Nepali Samasamayik Kavitahroo, an anthology of contemporary 
Nepali poetry when he was just 24 years old and exhibited a rare literary 
talent he possessed. 
Till date, the works Mr. Prasai has published include Gham Nabhayeko Bela (poems), Ghamko Barsha (Zen poems in Nepali, English,and Korean, later translated into Sinhalese, Hindi, Burmese and 
Bengali), Prakshepan (stories), Anubhootika Chhalharoo (travel essays) and 
many other works published separately in periodicals. 
Mr. Prasai has also edited Chhariyeka Kehi Prishtha (essays) and three other works, besides translating one book. 
Mr. Prasai is basically known for his Zen poetry and poetry rooted in local Nepali epistemology. 
Till this date, he has been awarded with Yogi Naraharinath Award, Dharanidhar Koirala Award, UNFPA Essay Prize etc. 
He is the Chairman of Jara Foundation, and Treasurer of Devkota Lu-Xun Academy, a literary organization. 
He is also associated with Rotary International. 
Also, a stakeholder with several other literary organizations,

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