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Supariyon ki Khankwaal : Story about  multifarious and lively  Character
(Review of Garhwali story collection ‘Katha Kumund’ written by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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    Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna did not write stereotype stories. Bahuguna wrote stories of different tone, diverse subject, familiar and unfamiliar characters and tried to change the style too.
 Today, due to new life styles, in urban and rural life too, we find monotonous characters Supariyon ki Khankwaal story is about a very lively character Master Motiram ji who teaches geography in a remote village. The readers enjoy and feel attachment with the vivid, agile, lively character of Master Motiram ji. The story provides fresh air of different aroma of rural Garhwal.

Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali Stories)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali Stories)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali Stories)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali Stories)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali Stories and story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali Stories Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali Stories)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide story review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
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Akkal Charak: Curiosity emotion in Garhwali Short Story   
(Review of Garhwali short Story Collection ‘Katha Kumud’ written by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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(Notes on Curiosity in short story; Curiosity in Garhwali short story; Curiosity in Uttarakhandi short story; Curiosity in Mid Himalayan short story; Curiosity in Himalayan short story; Curiosity in North Indian short story; Curiosity in Indian short story; Curiosity in South Asian  short story; Curiosity in Asian short story]
  ‘Akkal Charak’ is different short story by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna. Bahuguna takes new subject in ‘Akkal Charak’ story.  A villager comes to city and visits a Spinning mills and the fellow becomes bewildered. The specialty of the short story ‘Akkal Charak’ is that there is curiosity every time the main character takes a step in the story.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story and short Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali short Story Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali short Story Writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
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Narangi: Story about not diminishing self esteem
 (Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Katha Kumud’ written by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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[Notes on stories about self esteem; Garhwali stories about self esteem; Uttarakhandi  stories about self esteem;  Mid Himalayan stories about self esteem;  Himalayan stories about self esteem;  North Indian stories about self esteem;  Indian stories about self esteem;  South Asian stories about self esteem;  Asian stories about self esteem]
    Bahuguna was a versatile Garhwali story creator. Many times, he chooses common subject with new changes in life style. In Narangi story, Bahuguna shows that a rich person is settled in foreign country. However when he was bankrupt and came to his own country, he started to do labor job on the road. However, he never lost his self esteem and pride while carrying out labor job. Bahuguna successfully shows that laborious job and high profile jobs are not the factors for keeping up self esteem.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story and short Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali short Story Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali short Story Writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
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Dusra ki Narangi; Story Exploring Non Business Mentality of Garhwalis and Kumaunis
(Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Katha Kumud’ written by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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[Notes on Stories about Non Business Mentality; Garhwali Stories about Non Business Mentality; Kumauni Stories about Non Business Mentality; Uttarakhandi Stories about Non Business Mentality; Mid Himalayan Stories about Non Business Mentality; Himalayan Stories about Non Business Mentality; North Indian Stories about Non Business Mentality; Indian Stories about Non Business Mentality; South Asian Stories about Non Business Mentality; Asian Stories about Non Business Mentality]
                      Garhwalis and Kumaunis seldom choose business as earning medium. That is the reason that in Garhwal and Kumaun, there is no caste, ‘Baniya’ or business /commercial community. There are proverbs for hard work the ladder for success but there is no proverb in both the languages about business as the base for being rich. Garhwalis and Kumaunis are not anti Business but they certainly don’t like to involve them in business activities. That is another reason that the old Garhwali and Kumauni business houses are at the corner or irrelevant in Uttarakhand. There are outsiders doing business in remote villages of hills of Uttarakhand.  Due to non business mentality, Garhwalis and Kumaunis prefer service as source of earning and not business.
   Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna explores about non Business mentality among Garhwalis and Kumaunis in story ‘Dusra ki Narangi’.
         Sateshwar Chahca is poor and the poverty forces him to sell oranges. He goes to market with oranges to sell them that he gets some financial relief. However, the hitch, hesitation for selling the produces (by Kumaunis and Garhwalis) compels Sateshwar chacha to donate oranges to the school children. Sateshwar chacha thinks that selling some thing is sin. Kumaunis -Garhwalis do not have anti-business mentality but at the same time do not have commercial habits.
  Bahuguna effectively explores the reasons behind non business mentality of Garhwalis and Kumaunis in this marvelous story.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story and short Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali short Story Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali short Story Writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi
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Dai Ka fera: One of the finest Stories of Garhwali

 (Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Katha Kumud’ written by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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(Notes on Fine story; Fine story of Garhwali; Fine story of Uttarakhand; Fine story of Mid Himalaya; Fine story of Himalaya; Fine story of  North India; Fine story of India; Fine story of Asia]
      The story is sad and depicts the following song through story.
 आई ऋतु बौड़ी डाई जस फेरो उबा देसी उब जाला उंदा देसी उन्द जाला 
           Dr Anil Dabral states that the story is one of the classic and evergreen stories of Garhwali language
 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna does word experiment in this story.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story and short Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali short Story Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali short Story Writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi
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Garhwali Mini short Stories by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna
(Critical Review of Garhwali Short Story Collection ‘Katha Kumud’ created by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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  There are a couple of story writers who wrote mini short stories in Garhwali as Puran Panth ‘Pathik’ Parashar Gaur and Chinmay Sayar. However, Bahuguna leads the mini short story Garhwali literature.
  There are twelve mini short stories in ‘Katha Kumud’ collection. There are two types of mini short stories by Abodh Bandhu Bahguna
1-Literary mini short stories- Ghoos, Veer rasai Kavita, Bhato teend, Chhutkaro, Virana Babu, Kmai, Dainkan. Dr. Anil Dabral claims that Dainkan is one of the marvelous literary stories of modern Garhwali language. Most of the mini short literary stories are the depiction of daily life or there are real life in literary mini stories by Bahuguna
2-Inspirational –Apni Jyan, Jeewan Moha, Svad, Chhipade kudi
   Bahuguna depicts the distress of life of Garhwalis in used literary stories and there are spiritual or philosophical stories in inspirational mini short stories. There is influence of folk stories or Hitpadesh in his inspirational mini short stories.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story and mini short Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali short Story Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali mini short Story Writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi (for mini short stories in Garhwali)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Kotdwara
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik

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Notes on mini short stories; Garhwali mini short  stories; Uttarakhandi language mini short stories; Mid Himalayan language mini short stories; Himalayan language mini short stories; North Indian language mini short stories; Indian regional language mini short stories; South Asian regional language mini short stories; Asian regional language mini short stories to be continued….

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दगुड़  कु महत्व

 

कथा- भीष्म कुकरेती

 

 दिवतौं रज़ा  इंद्र डौरि गे. साफ़ छौ कि पृथ्वी मा ये धार्मिक मनिख का पुण्य इन्द्रासन तै धक्का दीणा छया.

इंद्र न एक रागस तै काम दे.
 
रागस पृथ्वी मा ग्याई अर धार्मिक मनिख से बुलण लगि," ये मनिख म्यार दगड चौपड़ खेल. जु तू जीति ग्याई त त्वे सोराग कु राज मीलल"

धार्मिक मनिख न  पूछ ," अर जु मी हारि ग्यों त ?"

"त त्वे तै अपणी आत्मा मै दीण पोडल " रागस कु जबाब छौ

धार्मिक मनिख मानि ग्यायी अर चौपड़ कु खेल शुरू ह्वाई.

धार्मिक मनिख चौपड़ मा रागस से जीति ग्याई

धार्मिक मनिख न बोल" ला अब  सोराग ?"

रागस न बोल," हं !  जु मनिख रागस क दगड ख्यालल , दगुड़ कारल  उ त पापी ह्व़े जालो कि ना ?"
 
" हाँ !" धार्मिक मनिख कु उत्तर छौ

" त अब इखि पृथ्वी मा  पाप कु भुगतान कौर " इन बोलिक रागस चलि ग्याई

आज बि वु धार्मिक मनिख पछताणु रौंद  कि वैन एक घड़ी इ सै पापी  आदिमौ दगुड़ किलै कार

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Characteristics of Garhwali Stories by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna
   (Critical review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Katha Kumud’ by Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna)
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[Notes on Characteristics of Stories by story writer; Characteristics of Stories by Garhwali story writer; Characteristics of Stories by Uttarakhandi story writer; Characteristics of Stories by Mid Himalayan story writer; Characteristics of Stories by Himalayan story writer; Characteristics of Stories by North Indian story writer; Characteristics of Stories by Indian story writer; Characteristics of Stories by SAARC Countries story writer; Characteristics of Stories by South Asian story writer; Characteristics of Stories by Asian story writer]
   Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna had been leader in various forms of Garhwali literature. He is also in his best in writing Garhwali stories. Bahuguna wrote more than 40 Garhwali stories.
                 There is variation in characters of stories by A.B. Bahuguna.
  Bahuguna never accepted affixed ism in his literature. The common characteristic of Bahuguna’s stories is that they all are from the real world of Garhwal and they are not imagery or symbols but living characters.  The characters are of varied nature as found in Garhwali society.  Abodh Bandhu effectively characterizes the geographical structure of Garhwal.  The stories are sign of sensitive nature and broad experiences of Bahuguna.
      Bahuguna is always aware about language, words and its uses. His uses of words are medium of bringing freshness, flow, conflicts, solutions and Garhwalism in the stories.
   Bahuguna believes in Sanskritized Garhwali language.  By words and style, Bahuguna provides direction and intention of story writer to the readers. By taking symbolic words and names, Bahguna creates atmosphere for his stories. For example, there is no connection of Swami Ram Teerth in Apni Jyan story but the name Ram Teerth suggests to readers about philosophy in the story.
  The language and style have energy to accelerate the flow of story.  Bahuguna uses various styles in his stories. Bahuguna uses proverbs for strengthening the stories and characterization.
 There is shadow of his personalities in the fiction of Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna.  Bahuguna’s stories are always in search, researching culture, social structure of Garhwalis and future of Garhwali life and society. Intellectualism is main character of Bahuguna in his stories.
   Garhwalis will always remember Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna for his contribution in developing Garhwali fiction literature.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review of Garhwali mini short Story)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review of Garhwali short Story and mini short Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Garhwali short Story Collection)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Historical review of Garhwali mini short Story Writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi (for mini short stories in Garhwali)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Kotdwara
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium

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ननि  कथा

                            मि  अर म्यार

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 ये संसार मा तब मि नि छौ बस तु, त्यार अर वू अर वैको स छ्या.

 त्वैमा अर वैमा  मा क्वी झगड़ा नि छौ ना इ क्वी विवाद. ना इ तु अर वु भगवान पर विश्वास करदा छा.   .

एक दिन नारद जी भगवान मा गेन बल इ तु अर वु आप तै पुछदी नि छन त आप तै कुछ ना कुछ करण पोडल .

भगवानन मि , म्यार  कारण  अर म्यार पृथ्वी मा भेजी देन तब बिटेन झगड़ा बि च , विवाद बि च अर दगड  मा भगवान की बडी पूछ बि च 


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ननि  कथा
                                 असली नरक कख च ?
                                     कथा- भीष्म कुकरेती

                 दुर्वाशा ऋषि अर प्रसन्न ऋषि एकी दिन मोरिन   . दुयूं तै स्वर्ग अर नरक को भिजणो फैसला क बान  यमराज क दफ्तर मा लिजये ग्याई . दुर्वाशा ऋषि न बोली बल गुस्सा छोड़िक ऊनं  क्वी गलत सलत काज नि कार . दुर्वासा जीक बयान छौ चूंकि गुस्सा रुकण ऊंक बस मा नि छौ त वो कुछ नि करी सकदन. यमराज न दुर्वासा रिसी तै सोराग भेजी दे. प्रसन्न रिसी आज तलक  कबि गुस्सा नि ह्व़े छयाई .ऊं तै गुस्सा ऐ ग्याई अर ऊनं रोस मा यमराज कुणि ब्वाल, यमराज तुम न्यायधीश पद का अधिकारी नि छंवां. यि क्या एक गुस्सैल रिसी तै आपन दंड नि दे अर सोराग पठै  द्याई ." रोस मा प्रस्सन रिसी क गिच बिटेन फ्यूण बगणु छौ
यमराजन  फैसला द्याई," प्रसन्न रिसी  जी तुम तै अबि बि गुस्सा रुकण नि आई . तुम तै नर्क इ भिजण ठीक रालो. जाओ दुबर पृथ्वी मा जाओ"
प्रसन्न ऋषि पुळे गेन अर बुलण मिसे गेन," चलो नरक नि मील"
इथगा मा चित्रगुप्त न ब्वाल," अच्छा त पृथ्वी क्या च ?"

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