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Gali: A Story speaking about power proves every point
                 (Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Fiction)
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                                  Bhishma Kukreti
              Gali is marvelous short story by Netra Singh Aswal (Hilans, November, 1979). Netra Singh Aswal wrote a couple of Garhwali stories and all are gems of modern Garhwali fiction world. 
                  The mother of Ghutadu used abusive words for Patrol or forest watchman (in relation-her jithanu). Forest watchman means the employee of village councils. The village council decides that abusing Patrol means abusing village council and the village council ounished father of Ghutadu.
                  One night, patrol, loudly was informing (Dhad) the villagers about closure of path for a particular area. In his each sentence, there were abusive words. Ghutadu asks his father how come Patrol can use abusive words. Father of Ghutadu beats Ghutadu.
              The story tells that rules are for weaker people and not for powerful people or administrator. The story is short but with full of message. Netra Singh Aswal uses common words and proverbs of Garhwal. The flow is very fast.
References-
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 i 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 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 i 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 (for  short stories in Garhwali)
10- Mini and short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Kotdwara, and Hilans Mumbai
11-Short stories by Puran Pant Pathik
12-Mini and   short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium
13-Mini and  Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium

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Bat Vichar: A Garhwali story with Emotional Message 
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Fiction)
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                                                Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on emotional message in stories; emotional message in Garhwali stories; emotional message in stories; emotional message in Uttarakhandi stories; emotional message in Mid Himalayan stories; emotional message in Himalayan stories; emotional message in North Indian stories; emotional message in Indian stories; emotional message in South Asian stories; emotional message in Asian stories]
  Puran Pant Pathik is a prominent signature in Garhwali poetic world. His character ‘ Bwada’  is famous character of his satirical poetry.  Pathik published a story ‘Vat Vichar’ in chitthi (21st issue) . The story is that village youth get a letter about separate Uttarakhand state. They take the letter to ‘ bwada ‘(father’s elder brother) . Bwada’ appreciate the efforts of Uttarakhand movement activists and suggest village youth to join movement.
    Pathic has been successful in making story entertaining and in presentation. Pathik infuses emotion into message.

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, Hilans Kotdwara
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium

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Notes on emotional message in stories; emotional message in Garhwali stories; emotional message in stories; emotional message in Uttarakhandi stories; emotional message in Mid Himalayan stories; emotional message in Himalayan stories; emotional message in North Indian stories; emotional message in Indian stories; emotional message in South Asian stories; emotional message in Asian stories to be continued…
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                 Dhuna: A Garhwali Mini short Story about Pain of Woman
         (Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Short Stories)
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[Notes on pain of women in mini story; pain of women in Garhwali mini story; pain of women in Uttarakhandi mini story; pain of women in Mid Himalayan mini story; pain of women in Himalayan mini story; pain of women in North Indian mini story; pain of women in Indian mini story; pain of women in SAARC Countries mini story; pain of women in South Asian mini story; pain of women in Asian mini story]

            Chinmay Sayar ( Surendra Singh Khushal , Rikhnikhal) is profilic Garhwali poet and he contributed in mini fiction area too.
  Dhuna (Chitthi 21st issue) is about the ambition, grace, love for other, softness, affection for children of a woman. When husk got fire her all ambitions got burnt in burning husk. Anil Dabral appreciated that the depiction style and dialogues are effective. 


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, Hilans Kotdwara
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium

Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti, 1/9/2012
  Notes on pain of women in mini story; pain of women in Garhwali mini story; pain of women in Uttarakhandi mini story; pain of women in Mid Himalayan mini story; pain of women in Himalayan mini story; pain of women in North Indian mini story; pain of women in Indian mini story; pain of women in SAARC Countries mini story; pain of women in South Asian mini story; pain of women in Asian mini story to be continued… 
 
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Bhap Ingine: A Modern Garhwali Story with New Storytelling Technique
(Critical and Historical review of Modern Garhwali Stories and Storytelling Techniques)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!
                             Bhishma Kukreti

[Notes on storytelling techniques in modern stories; storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories; storytelling techniques in modern Uttarakhandi stories; storytelling techniques in modern Mid Himalayan language stories; storytelling techniques in modern Himalayan stories; storytelling techniques in modern North Indian  stories; storytelling techniques in modern Indian stories; storytelling techniques in modern Indian subcontinent  stories; storytelling techniques in modern South Asian  stories; storytelling techniques in modern Asian regional language stories]
           Storytelling concept started with human civilization. The cavemen used storytelling technique. In modern Garhwali story world, Sada Nand Kukreti came with agile way of storytelling technique in satirical and humorous style the first modern Garhwali story ‘Garhwali That (1913). From that time modern Garhwali storytellers used different storytelling techniques.  The modern Garhwali literature storytellers after Sada Nand understood that there should be hidden or explicit authenticity in storytelling technique. Modern Garhwali Literature storytellers have been aware that in storytelling technique they should connect the views to the readers. Modern Garhwali storytellers are well versed that storytelling technique is connecting the knower with known to. Modern Garhwali Literature storytellers are alert that storytelling technique is not speech delivery but engaging readers. In various eras, modern Garhwali literature storytellers develop storytelling technique and style with the time. There obvious examples that modern Garhwali literature storytellers are well versed that storytelling style in written form  is different than oral storytelling technique and written storytelling technique has different rules and forms than oral  storytelling techniques. The modern Garhwali story literature is also mirror of energy, spirit, force of storytellers.
     In each era, modern Garhwali storytellers were always busy in developing newer storytelling technique. Famous Hindi poet Vijay Gaur wrote a story ‘Bhap Injin’ (Chitthi 21st issue).  The story is about a boy gets in a rail compartment and he woke up in Dehradun. In between he encounters with various emotions unknown to him.  Vijay did not use Garhwali phrases as required but the story ‘Bhap Injin’ is always appreciated by critics as Dr. Anil Dabral, Madan Duklan for its different storytelling technique than contemporary storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali story literature.
   Dr Anil Dabral appreciated the efforts of Vijay Gaur for newer storytelling technique in modern Garhwali story.

Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
 
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
 
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal and Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi (Part- Review for modern Garhwali storytelling techniques)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories


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 Notes on storytelling techniques in modern stories; storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories; storytelling techniques in modern Uttarakhandi stories; storytelling techniques in modern Mid Himalayan language stories; storytelling techniques in modern Himalayan stories; storytelling techniques in modern North Indian  stories; storytelling techniques in modern Indian stories; storytelling techniques in modern Indian subcontinent  stories; storytelling techniques in modern South Asian  stories; storytelling techniques in modern Asian regional language stories to be continued.. 

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घसकटा ब्वारी नेता बणि गे.कमै धमै  खूब. क्य कन ईं कमै कु.घर की लाज का समणि रुपयों कु क्य मोल ? पण जमानो ख़राब.रुपयों का बाना आज लोग कुछ बि करणो तैयार ह्वै जन्दिन.रुपयों की भूख मन्खी तै कुछ बि करणो मजबूर करि दींद.साधारण सि पढीं लिखीं ब्वारी.मुश्किल से बार पास.द्वी दा बीए कु प्राईवेट फौरम बि भरि,फेल ह्वैगे.गौं मा घास-पात,गोठ-गुठ्यार,खेती-पाती,खाणि-पीणी बणाणि,लारा-लत्ता धोणा मा ही लगीं रैंदी छै.वाँ से जादा न त वींकी अकल छै ,न वींकी शकल.
            पंचैत चुनौ मा महिला रिजर्वेसन सीट से चुनौ लड़ी अर भाग से जीति की बीडीसी मेम्बर बणिगे.अब मीटिंग मा जाणु शुरू ह्वैगे.कांधी मा एक किरमिच कु बैग,आंख्युं मा काजल,होंठों मा लिपस्टिक अर प्लास्टिक का सैडल चटगैकी वा हर्बी चबोड़ मा ऐगे.बीडीसी  का बजट मा खूब सपोड़ा-सपोड़ कैरि.वींकु अपणो आदिम बि भौत चालू अर रूप्या कु मैती.जंक-जोड़ मा माहिर.  ऊ बि तीन दा दस अर द्वी दा बारा मा फेल ह्वै छौ.प्राईवेट इम्तहान मा नक़ल मारि की मुश्किल से पास ह्वै. वैका बुबन रूप्या देकी वैकि नौकरी बि लगै दे.नौकरी का दगड़ी ब्वारी का कांधी मा नेतागिरी बि शुरू ह्वैगे.ब्वारी का फर्जी दस्खत करि की वैन कतगे भला-बुरा काम शुरू करि दीं.रूप्या कमाणो वास्त ऊ कुछ बि करणो,करवाणो तैयार.महिला आरक्षण कु गैरफ़ायदा यु बदमाश उठाणा छन.
         एक दिन बल कुछ लोगोँन ब्वारी तै कैका दगड़ वैका कमरा मा कुछ गलत हालत मा देखि दे..द्वी-चार दिन तक लोगोँ मा खुसुर-पुसुर ह्वै. हर्बी लोग बिसरि गीं.पण वैका बाद ब्वारी तै लाखों को काम मिलि गे.कखि मा रस्ता,खडंजा,सी सी मार्ग,पाणि कि टंकी,पंचैत घर,नहर,कूल हौरि बि कतगै काम.लपोड़ा-लपोड़ कैरि लाखों रूप्या कमै दीं.हैंका दा जिला का पंचैती चुनौ मा बि जीती गे.खूब दारू की चखळ-पखळ करि दे.इनु बि सुणे कि एक दारू माफियान तब ब्वारी तै जीताणो बान कतगे पेटी दारू अर लाखों रुपयों कु इंतजाम बि करे. ऊ खुद बि चुनौ लडणू छौ अर वैकि नजर बड़ी कुर्सी पर छै.लोगोँ मा छवीं त इनी बि लगी कि ब्वारी वैका दगड़ गोवा घूमणो बि गै.
           अब त ब्वारी नेताण बणिगे.वींकु आदिम अर वा छक्वे रूप्या खैकी लोगोँ का काम करणा छन.ब्वारी का भ्वार खूब नेतागिरी चलनीं च.कमीशन ले दे कि खूब काम हूणा छन.रुपयों कि छका छोळ.गाडी,बंगला,बैंक बैलेंस,सब चकाचक.काशीपुर,दिल्ली,देरादूण मा प्लौट,फ़्लैट.पौबारा हुयाँ छन.कतगै बड़ा लोगोँ,नेताओं,ठेकेदारों से अपण्यास च.नेता बणि कि भौत कुछ पै यालि,पण निरबै ब्वारी तिन भौत कुछ ख्वै यालि.               
           
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Suni ar Muni: A Garhwali Children Story about as you sow, shall you reap

(Critical and Historical review of Modern Garhwali Stories and Storytelling Techniques)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!

                             Bhishma Kukreti
(Notes on children stories; Garhwali children stories; Mid Himalayan children stories; Himalayan children stories; North Indian children stories; Indian children stories; Indian sub continent children stories; SAARC Countries children stories; South Asian children stories;  Asian children stories]
   Vijay Madhur is fine poet of Garhwali language. He also published a couple of modern stories. Suni ar muni  (Chitthi, 21st issue) is a children story written by Vijay Madhur. Vijay Madhur explained that as you sow, shall you reap. Vijay Madhur successfully explains in story form for children that the personal consequences of one’s actions are in proportion to the good or bad intentions towards other human being. The story is in line of Panchatantra a Sanskrit classic story collection suitable for teaching moral to children. Two notorious students deceived teacher by breaking chair leg and the teacher falls down from chair. The same two students get immediate results when they want to pluck.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories) (3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)(
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan ( Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series,  Review for modern Garhwali children stories) in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal,
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)


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 Notes on children stories; Garhwali children stories; Mid Himalayan children stories; Himalayan children stories; North Indian children stories; Indian children stories; Indian sub continent children stories; SAARC Countries children stories; South Asian children stories;  Asian children stories to be continued…
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Ma Ku Tyag: Garhwali Story about sacrifices by mother
               (Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories!
                        Bhishma Kukreti 
                        Satyendr Sajwan wrote a story about sacrifices by mother (Bugyal, 1995). The story is told in flashback and travels with mother’s deeds for nursing her male child. She works as laborer to look after her child. The story is just description. There is struggle of a mother but story writer fails in showing the inner conflict of such mother.
References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories) (3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review for modern Garhwali  stories)(
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan ( Part- Review for modern Garhwali  stories)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Part- Review for modern Garhwali  stories
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series,  Review for modern Garhwali children stories) in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal,
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali  stories
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, UP

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Roop Singh Master ar Bhoot: A Garhwali Ghost Story based on real incidents
(Critical History of Modern Garhwali Story)
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[Notes on ghost stories; Garhwali ghost stories; Uttarakhandi ghost stories; Mid Himalayan ghost stories; Himalayan ghost stories; North Indian ghost stories; Indian ghost stories; South Asian ghost stories; Asian  ghost stories]
    Lalit Keshwan the famous Garhwali poet and playwright Lalit Keshwan wrote five stories in Garhwali. 
         ‘Roop Singh Master ar Bhoot’ (Hilans) is a ghost story based on real incident happened in the area of Keshwan in Garhwal.   Ghost killed Master Roop sing in sleep.  There is adventure in the story but lacks the dramatization. This writer wanted to know from Keshwan about less drama in the story. Lalit Keshwan explained that he wanted to write story as he perceived.
References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories) (3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Part- Review for modern Garhwali  stories)(
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Part- Review for modern Garhwali  stories
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series,  Review for modern Garhwali children stories) in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal,
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi Part- Review for modern Garhwali children stories)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and Part- Review for modern Garhwali stories)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, UP

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Stories by Great Story Writers of Modern Garhwali Literature series -95
                  Jogeshur ji KO tax: A Satirical Garhwali story
(Critical Review of Garhwali Stories written by Bhishma Kukreti -2)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories written by great story writers!
                        Review by Bhishma Kukreti 
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  Jogeshur ji ko Tax (Hilans, December, 1986) is a mini story written by Bhishma Kukreti one of the great story writers of Garhwali language. The story attacks on taxation policies of the state.  Dr Anil Dabral states that Kukreti is an expert in telling his views in focused manner. Dr. Dabral further explains that expression of Bhishma Kukreti is elegant. Dr Dabral appreciates Kukreti that his each phrase is important for the story.
References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Worldwide mini short Story writers review Series, Review for stories by Great Garhwali Story writers in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal,
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories and for stories by Great Garhwali Story writers
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik for stories by Great Garhwali Story writers and knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun for knowing about or stories by Great Garhwali Story writers
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, UP (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)



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Notes on Great story writers; Great Garhwali story writers; Great Uttarakhandi language story writers; Great story writers of Mid Himalayan regional languages; Great story writers of Himalayan regional languages; Great story writers of North Indian regional languages; Great story writers of Indian regional languages; Great story writers of Indian sub continent regional languages; Great story writers of SAARC Countries regional languages; Great story writers of South Asian regional languages; Great story writers of Asian regional languages
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories written by Great story writers
Stories by Great Story Writers of Modern Garhwali Literature series – to be continued..

Additional notes on Great American Story writers listed by ZachS-
 Edgar Allen Poe is great American story writer famous for his stories and invention of detective genre.
Great Story writer of America- F. Scott Fitzgerald is famous for his coining word Jazz age.
Great Story writer of America –John Updike published more than 150 short stories and is winner of many literature awards.
Great Story writer of America –O. Henry is famous for wit and twist in the tale at the end.
Great Story writer of America –J.D Salinger is famous for his novel ‘Catcher in the Rye’.
 Great Story writer of America –Stephen King is famous for his 8 story collections, 17 novels.
Great Story writer of America –Ray Bradbury is famous for science fiction.
Great Story writer of America – Isaac Asimov is famous for his publishing volumes of 515 books
Great Story writer of America –Washington Irving is famous for his various genres
Great Story writer of America –Chuck Palahniuk is famous for his long story ending into novel.

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Summi: A Story about Human Tragedies of Capitalism
(Critical Study of Garhwali Fiction – 67)
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[Notes on stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Garhwali stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Uttarakhandi stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Mid Himalayan stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Himalayan stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; North Indian stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Indian stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Asian stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism]

             If capitalism provide raise in standard of living the capitalism has inherent tragedies too. The biggest flaw in capitalism is minority ruling majority. Capitalism makes rich richer and poor poorer. In capitalism, another tragedy is that the facilities are decided as per need by riches and not by need of common men. One of the remarkable tragedy is that in democratic capitalism the democratic system serve riches and not poor. The competition among capitalists and their great greed create various tragedies as money and material become more important than basic human emotions. Since, all researches are aimed and are influenced by materialism the capitalism provide the results those suit to materialistic world and the biggest tragedy is that human spirituality  is set far behind. 
  There is fiction literature available about tragedies of capitalism in all languages and countries.
                                     Summi story by Kaintura

           Summi (Hilans, October, 1988) story is by Jabar Singh Kaintura one of the notable story writers in Garhwali Language. Jabar singh Kaintura is successful in showing the tragedy of capitalism to lessen the human relationship.  The husband goes to city in search of job and leaves Summi alone. Summi expires and he is unable to show his pain for her death as he has to work for getting food for evening. Jabar Singh easily depicts the pain of separation and tragedy of capitalism in this story.

References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri(For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
 4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan, (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi, (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal, (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, janankpuri, Delhi (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara for knowing about storytelling techniques in modern Garhwali stories
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For stories by Great Garhwali Story writers)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, UP (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (For stories about Tragedies of Capitalism)
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Notes on stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Garhwali stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Uttarakhandi stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Mid Himalayan stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Himalayan stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; North Indian stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Indian stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism; Asian stories about Human Tragedies of Capitalism to be continued…

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