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Jog-Lahar:  Story Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy

Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -114
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal -3)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories

                            Bhishma Kukreti 
[Notes on Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Garhwali Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Garhwali Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy by migrated Garhwali ;Uttarakhandi Stories defining quietism, Garhwali Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy by migrated Uttarakhandi ;monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Mid Himalayan Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Himalayan Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; North Indian Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Indian Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Indian subcontinent Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; SAARC Countries Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Asian Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Oriental Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy]

                   Most of the time,  Indian philosophy focused more on controlling mind and paid least attention on controlling body or least discussed on the importance of body in comparison to mind. Mahabharata discussed about equal importance of body and mind. Vigyan Bhairav talks about body and its importance for gaining final freedom from worries. Interpreting Vigyan Bhairav, the famous contemporary interpreter of Indian philosophy and spirituality Osho tells that Indian philosophy paid attention too much on mind than body.
               The modern Garhwali story ‘Jog lahar’ (Hilans, May 1988) is one of fine philosophical stories in Garhwali language by Kali Prasad Ghildiya that searches the difference between body and soul for attaining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy. Effectively, the story writer attracts the attention of readers for thinking the importance of body and mind in attaining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy. Ghildiyal tries to find the more important factor between body and mind for attaining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy. Madhoram has six children and an aggressive wife. To provide them basic living facilities, Madhoram works hard in his office and works part time in other organizations too. Some times Madhoram gets wave of quietism, monastic ism, asceticism or apathy. However, one day Madhoram finds the more important factor between mind and body. 
              Kali Prasad Ghildiyal proves that he is one of the master story writers in modern Garhwali fiction world by this story defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism or apathy in simple and understandable words. Ghildiyal’s specialty is that he makes understand the readers the philosophy smoothly.
References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P. [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. [For Stories Defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism and apathy]

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Notes on Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Garhwali Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Garhwali Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy by migrated Garhwali ;Uttarakhandi Stories defining quietism, Garhwali Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy by migrated Uttarakhandi ;monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Mid Himalayan Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Himalayan Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; North Indian Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Indian Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Indian subcontinent Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; SAARC Countries Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Asian Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy; Oriental Stories defining quietism, monastic ism, asceticism, apathy to be continued …
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Mankhyat: Story portraying about difference between Precept and Practice 
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -115
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story) by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal - 4)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
                               Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice; Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Uttarakhandi  Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;  Mid Himalayan Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Himalayan Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   North Indian Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Indian Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Indian subcontinent Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   South Asian  Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Asian Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Oriental Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice]   
             Garhwali story ‘Mankhyat’ (Hilans, July, 1988) by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal is about precept and practice. A famous writer writes about eradication of untouchability, difference between race and color. However, when time comes the writer does not practice what he preaches in his writing.
               The story about precept and practice is written in letter style and the victim is writing letter to the writer. As usual the language is simple and many Hindi words. The story about precept and practice ‘Mankhyat’ is effective in providing message to readers.
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References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
(4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal(For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Hilans, Shailvani, (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P. (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (For searching - Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice)

Notes on Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice; Garhwali Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Uttarakhandi  Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;  Mid Himalayan Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Himalayan Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   North Indian Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Indian Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Indian subcontinent Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   South Asian  Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Asian Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice;   Oriental Stories portraying difference between Precept and Practice to be continued…

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Rukma:  Story Discussing Woman as Consumable Object and curses of money lending 
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -116
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story) by Vijay Singh Lingwal -1)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
                             Review by   Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Uttarakhandi Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Mid Himalayan Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Himalayans Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; North Indian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Indian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; South Asian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending;  Asian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending;  Oriental Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending]   

                        Vijay Singh Lingwal is multifarious Garhwali literature creator. Apart from poetries, he wrote Garhwali stories too. His Garhwali story ‘Rukma ‘ (Hilans, August, 1988) discusses the subject of woman as consumable object, the need of taking loan from unethical money lender, the economic problem in rural Garhwal and role of money lending  in rural areas.
    The people depend on agriculture in rural Garhwal. When the agriculture goes down, people take loan from money lender and money lender charges heavy interest. Kalam Singh took loan for his marriage from money lender. Kalam Singh was unable to repay the loan after many years. The sevety two years old money lender asks Kalam Singh to marry his teen age daughter with him. Initially, Kalam Singh did not agree but at the end he agrees to marry his teen age daughter with old money lender.   After marriage ceremony Rukma comes to house of money lender and next morning, there is great shock for all.
    The story writer could create characters very easily and in characterization, Lingwal discusses various issues on importance of money lender and his exploitation. At the end he raises the question of woman being a consumable object. 
  Lingwal writes stories in simple style with Tiryali dailects. Mohan Lal Negi and a couple of other writers also wrote stories on money lending and women as consumables.
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Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories to be continued…117
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References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun) (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P. (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (For search- Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object)
Notes on Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Garhwali Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Uttarakhandi Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Mid Himalayan Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Himalayans Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; North Indian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; Indian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending; South Asian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending;  Asian Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending;  Oriental Stories Discussing Woman as Consumable Object, money lending to be continued…
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Band Kapat: Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society 
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -117
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story) by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal - 5)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
                               Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Uttarakhandi  Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Mid Himalayan Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Himalayan Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; North Indian  Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Indian Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society;  Asian Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Oriental Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society] 
      Kali Prasad Ghildiyal wrote Garhwali stories on varied subject. ‘Band Kapat ‘(Hilans, Sept-October 1988) is about struggle of a woman alone due to her husband being away for seven years. When a man harassed her for *ual exploitation she took hard decision but the society and her just returned husband took the side of deceptive male dominancy.  The story seems very real s story writer uses common Garhwali phrases and pays attention on characterization.

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References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P. (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (Search- Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society)
Notes on Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Garhwali Story of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Uttarakhandi  Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Mid Himalayan Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Himalayan Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; North Indian  Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Indian Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society;  Asian Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society; Oriental Stories of woman struggle against exploitation by male dominated society to be continued…
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 Katha, Chakhuli, Makh..: Example of Literature Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Fiction 
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -118
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
                               Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on examples of Literature cross fertilization in regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Garhwali language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Uttarakhandi regional language;  examples of Literature cross fertilization in regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Mid Himalayan  regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Himalayan regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in North Indian regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Indian regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Asian regional language]
   Literature cross fertilization means mutual exchanges between dissimilar concepts, culture, classes, classification that enhance understanding or produces benefits to the literature that is adapting the other concepts.
  There are many types of cross fertilization in literature as:
Cross fertilization between Art and Literature: as many concepts in literature came from art and vice versa or inclusion of certain culture of one region into other region’s literature is class of literature cross fertilization.
Translation is another type of literature cross fertilization.
Adapting literature style from other language literature is a kind of literature cross fertilization.
Taking words /phrases from other language is nothing but literature cross fertilization.
Taking help of science or technology in creating some new literature is literature cross fertilization.
Adapting the characteristics of poetry into prose or vice versa is a kind of literature cross fertilization.
Taking principles from economical fields in to literature (as Marxism, ecocriticism, ) is literature cross fertilization.
Cross fertilization between two media as between print media and Internet media is again a kind of literature crosses fertilization.
The exchanges and adaptation between literature of two or more regions is a type of literature cross fertilization
                    Cross fertilization in Garhwali Prose Literature
   The history of modern Garhwali prose started by literature cross fertilization only. The translation of Bible around 1820 or translation of Hitopadesh by Govind Ghildiyal (1895) is nothing but literature cross fertilization in Garhwali language.
    Aditya ram Dudhfudi, Bhishma Kukreti are leading translators of Sanskrit literature into Garhwali prose and Kukreti also translated many stories of foreign languages.
                  Ktha, Chakhuli, Makhi, mendhka ar Hathyunki
  Famous Garhwali playwright Lalit Mohan Thapliyal translated a Jatak story (Hilans, January, February, 1989). Great Garhwali drama activist Thapliyal showed his intention that he was translating the Jatak story from English to show Garhwali writers that if there is Garhwalipan in literature automatically the standard Garhwali  would emerge.
  The story is inspirational and Thapliyal adapted the story with Garhwali phrases and changed many Hindi words into Garhwali as per grammatical rule.
The story translation is best example of literature cross fertilization in Garhwali language



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References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature) 
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P. (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (for- Cross Fertilization in Garhwali Literature)
Notes on examples of Literature cross fertilization in regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Garhwali language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Uttarakhandi regional language;  examples of Literature cross fertilization in regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Mid Himalayan  regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Himalayan regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in North Indian regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Indian regional language; examples of Literature cross fertilization in Asian regional language
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 Dusari Maut: Story about sadness or Disappointment for promise failure
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -119
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal - 6)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
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[Notes on stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Garhwali stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Uttarakhandi stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Mid Himalayan stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure;  North Indian stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Indian stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; South Asian  stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Asian  stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Oriental stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure]
       Garhwali story ‘Dusari maut’ (Hilans, January-February 1989) by famous Garhwali story writer Kali Prasad Ghildiyal is about sadness or disappointment for promise failure. When Kamla was at death bed, his wife took promise from him that after her death, he (her husband) would marry to her younger sister Kusum .  The behavior of Kusum was such that it was obvious that she would marry her brother in law (her deceased sister’s husband). When the time came he asked Kusum for the proposal. When Kusum revealed the truth he was shocked and disappointed that he could not fulfill his promise to his wife. The story depicts various human behaviors. Kali Prasad brilliantly portrays characters needed for the story.
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(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal to be continued… 7)
Notes on stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Garhwali stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Uttarakhandi stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Mid Himalayan stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure;  North Indian stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Indian stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; South Asian  stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Asian  stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure; Oriental stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure to be continued…
References-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P.
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (For search- stories about sadness or disappointment for promise failure)

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Anjali: Story of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction 
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -120
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                              Review by Bhishma Kukreti

[Notes on stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Uttarakhandi stories of in law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Mid Himalayan stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; North Indian stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Indian stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Asian stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Oriental stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction]
   The in law conflicts, quarrels, differences, tensions, stress or strains are common subject of worries all world from the day marriage system came in existence. Most of the time families divide or pain of the families are due to conflicts or tensions between mother in law and daughter in law. Psychologists or social scientists as Dr. Teri Apter (2008), Chrisman Almeida (2009), Philips J. Swehart (2006), Pawlik -Keinlen (2007) provide various reasons for the in laws conflicts or tensions.
    Virendra Datt Maithani searches the reasons behind the differences or tensions between mother in law and daughter in laws in Garhwali story ‘Anjali’ (Hilans, March 1989).  An orphan girl Anjali is married to Dharmu. However, mother in law could not balance the relationship and there started family tension on daily basis. One day, Anjali took hard decision and she went to forest. Dharam also went in search of his wife. However, when the incident took place in the forest it was irreversible shock for mother in law for her whole life.
  Maithani narrates story in simple way and twists in the story came as if these are way of life. At the end, story writer provides unbearable shock to the readers.
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Notes on stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Uttarakhandi stories of in law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Mid Himalayan stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; North Indian stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Indian stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Asian stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction; Oriental stories of In law Conflicts ending in Family Destruction to be continued…
References- (the author read the following literature for Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P.
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (Garhwali stories of In law Conflicts)
18- Bhattacharya.P 2009, taming the Mother in law, Interview with Dr. Chrisann Almeida, Indian Weekender
19-Teri Apter,  Mother in Law and Daughter in law: Friendship at The Impasses in many research journals.
20- Philips J. Swehart 2006 a Chapter In-Law Relationship from the book ‘Focus on the family…’
21- Pawlik -Keinlen, 2007, How to be a Great Daughter in Law, a Blog note
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 Syani:  Story about Conflicts between desires of a Mother and   ambitions of son
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -121
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal - 7)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
                              Review by Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Garhwali stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Uttarakhandi stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Mid Himalayan stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Himalayan stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; North Indian stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Indian stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; South Asian stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Oriental stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son]
          Kali Prasad Ghildiyal selects subject for his stories from the society. In Syani’ (Hilans, May-June 1989) story, he takes the subject of conflicting situations between desires of a mother from her son and the ambitions of the son. When Kirti Singh was in the womb his father expires. His mother Saka takes every care for his development and for his studies. After passing B.A, Kirti Singh goes to Delhi and gets good job. Saka dreams that her son marries the daughter of Thokdar ji of their area. However, Kirti Singh is very ambitious. The difference between the dreams of Saka and ambition of Kirti Singh takes the death toll.
  The story telling style of Kali Prasad is as usual simple narration. The dialogues and phrases create desired images for the story. The twist and conflicting situations are from the real life. 

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Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories to be continued…121
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal to be continued… 8)
Notes on stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Garhwali stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Uttarakhandi stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Mid Himalayan stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Himalayan stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; North Indian stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Indian stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; South Asian stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son; Oriental stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son to be continued…
References (Author read the following for) 
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal in Chitthi Patri (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P.
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (For stories about conflicts between desires of a mother and ambition of son)

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Sahara: story searching emotional and physical needs of women
Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories -122
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal - 8)
Let Us Celebrate Hundredth Year of Modern Garhwali   Stories
                              Review by Bhishma Kukreti

[Notes on Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Garhwali Story searching emotional and physical needs of women; Uttarakhandi Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Mid Himalayan Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Himalayan Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; north Indian Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Indian Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; South Asian Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Asian  Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women]
          Kali Prasad Ghildiyal is famous for writing Garhwali stories on the psychology of women as is example ‘Sahara’ (Hilans September, 1989) .  Kamal and Kanta are neighbors and childhood mates. Their love has long history. When Kamal was young, Kanta needed his friendship for his emotional support. When Kanta married to other person, her total devotion was for her husband. Kamal realized that women are as creeping plants that both require support.  Kali Prasad Ghildiyal uses many symbolic incidents to support his argument that women and creeping plants require outside support.  The story also searches the emotional and physical support of women.   The narration is successful in engaging readers and the end of story compels the readers for deep thinking about emotional and psychological needs of women.

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Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories to be continued…123
(Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Story by Kali Prasad Ghildiyal to be continued… 9)
Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Garhwali Story searching emotional and physical needs of women; Uttarakhandi Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Mid Himalayan Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Himalayan Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; north Indian Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Indian Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; South Asian Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women; Asian  Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women to be continued…
References- This Author searched for
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
5-Notes of Prem Lal Bhatt on the Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
6- Gaytri Bwe, 1985 Gadh Bharati Sanstha, Delhi (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
7- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Garhwali Katha Sansar, Sankalp, Delhi (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
8- Bhishma Kukreti, 2012 Kathaon ki Katha, Notes on Worldwide short  stories  in Shailvani weekly, Kotdwara, Garhwal (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
9- Stories of ‘Katha Kumud’, Garhwali Prakashan, Janankpuri, Delhi (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
10-Mini short stories by Chinmay Sayar in Shailvani, Hilans Kotdwara (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
11-Mini short stories by Puran Pant Pathik (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
12- Mini short Stories by Bhishma Kukreti in internet medium (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
13- Minis and Short stories by Dr. Narendra Gauniyal on Internet medium (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
14-21st issue of Chitthi magazine, Dehradun (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
15- Garhwali Stories in Bugyal magazine, Noida, U.P. (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
16- Bhishma Kukreti, 2011, Adhunik Garhwali Katha Sansar in various Internet sites (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
17 Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Garhwali Kahani, Hilans, May 1985 issue. (For Stories searching emotional and physical needs of women)
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’P’ ku Parpanch’: Satirical Story Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy
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Modern Garhwali Story by Bhishma Kukreti – 5 (a critical Review and Analysis)
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(Notes on Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy by Jaspurvala; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy by Migrated Garhwali ; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy by Garhwali residing in Mumbai ; Uttarakhandi Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Mid Himalayan Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Himalayan Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; North Indian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Indian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Indian subcontinent Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; SAARC Countries Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy;  South Asian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy;  Asian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Oriental Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy] 
                  Bhishma Kukreti wrote two types of stories a social genre stories mostly related to women subject and other satirical stories. ‘P’ku Parpanch’ (Hilans, November, 1989) is a satirical and humorous story satirizing government administration and bureaucracy. The author’s uncle requires additional money every month through money order. The author who is working in Mumbai wants that family should establish a business of horticulture and for that the author goes for loan. The author visits Gram Pradhan (chief village councilor), Patwari (Revenue officer) and Block officer. Every where he finds the hurdles of bureaucratic procedures and the bribe is common factor in each department. Lastly when he reaches to block he finds that none from three types of officers (top boss, deputy boss, executive boss) is present. The author comes daily but no officer attends the block office. Because, one is under probation, second is under promotion and third is under punishment. Since, nobody is interested to work in rural areas every officer has gone to Lucknow for their transfers. One officer who is under punishment was caught in three bribe cases and was caught for gang rape.
   Kukreti uses repeated words (metaphorical) and various Garhwali phrases those create humor and at the same time readers feel anger on the government administration.
  ए बगता क प्रमुख पदाधिकारी पनिशमेंट क कारण अयुं च. अर पद्वानती क कारण अयूँ छ त वु यात जौनपुर कु फौजदारी कोर्ट या गाजियाबाद कु सिविल कोर्ट मा मील सकुद"
"क्या मतबल?"
हाँ मि सच बुलणु छौं . गाजियाबाद ब्लौक मा यूँ फर तीन लाख कु घोटाला ........दस लाख कर्जा विभाग का केश यूँ फर वै इ ब्लॉक से चलणा छन"
" ए मेरी ब्व़े पण उ जौनपुर कु फौजदारी क केस ?"
"एस.पी. अर यि पदाधिकारी अर तीन हौर पदाधिकारी सामूहिक बलात्कार का केस मा पकड़ेन त यूँ पर फौजदारी क केस जौनपुर मा चलणु च"
"पण पनिशमेंट की खेती वास्ता पहाड़ इ छन?”
" यां से बढिया पापमोचक धरती भारत मा और छ कखि ?"
 This story was designed to fuel the separate state Uttarakhand movement.


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Critical Review of Modern Garhwali Stories to be continued …124
Modern Garhwali Story by Bhishma Kukreti to be continued…– 6
Notes on Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy by Jaspurvala; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy by Migrated Garhwali ; Garhwali Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy by Garhwali residing in Mumbai ; Uttarakhandi Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Mid Himalayan Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Himalayan Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; North Indian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Indian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Indian subcontinent Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; SAARC Countries Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy;  South Asian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy;  Asian Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy; Oriental Satirical Stories Satirizing Government Administration and Bureaucracy
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