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Mai Ghaur Chhodiawa: Story /Fiction about Love for Homeland
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‘Mai Ghaur Chhodiawa ‘A Modern Garhwali Story by Vinod Sirola’ Kavilas’ (Rant Raibar, 14 May 2012)-1-a critical Review and Analysis
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                Garhwali story   ‘Mai Ghaur Chhodiawa’ By Vinod Sirola is about love for homeland by a migrated woman.  After marriage, she was with her in laws and happily living in village. One day, she disobeyed the wishes of in laws and the conflict started in family. She has to come to Delhi with her husband who is working in a hotel in Delhi. For, five years, she did not remember village. However, when she sees ‘Gahath’ , she started feeling to fly to her village (in law village). Her husband Prem Datt refuses to send her village. Story end makes happy and proud the Garhwali readers.
      The story is compelling for reading full story. Mostly, the conflicts in the story are realistic (commonly found). 
             Vinod uses figure of speeches (upma Alankar) abundantly specially for depicting geographical nature.
'जून' धार का पिछ्नै हैंसण लगी गे छै किलैकी वीं पता छौ कि लडै भोळ फिर होण . जून अब जादा तेज हैंसण लगि गे छै
 Many Hindi words used in this story do not suit in Garhwali language story.
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                  Latu: Story about- It is no use to cry on spilt milk
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‘Latu ‘A Modern Garhwali Story by Rajaram Juyal (Khabar Sar 16/9/2007)-1-a critical Review and Analysis
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           ‘Latu’ a Garhwali Story is about ‘It is no use to cry on spilt milk’. The temple priest is worried about frequent theft from temple. On one mid night, the priest listen the cry of Latu. Priest takes him inside his room.  The village people come there and demanded Latu for punishing him till death as perceiving that Latu is thief. Latu runs away from temple. After some time the culprits kill the temple priest. People came to know that Latu was not thief but it was too late.
               The story telling style is satisfactory for keeping readers engaged and at last stage making a note of ‘It is no use to cry on spilt milk’.
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Kakdi Chor:  Story (Fiction, Tale) depicting Ethnic Garhwali Cucumber Culture
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‘Kakdi Chor’A Modern Garhwali Story by Urmil Kala ’Nirmal’ (Shailvani 23/9/2012)-1-a critical Review and Analysis
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      Himalaya is the origin birth place of cucumber. From Himalaya, cucumber agriculture spread all over Indian and then spread to Mid Asia and other countries. China started culturing cucumber 3 B.C.
               Cucumber theft by young boys in rural Garhwal is common culture. Cucumber theft is not called a social crime as happens in other vegetable thefts but an adventurous kind of theft. The boy who is bred and brought in rural Garhwal would definitely be involved in cucumber theft in his life.
           Every rural Garhwali would have two or more true stories with him about cucumber theft. Urmil Kala depicts the cucumber theft culture of rural hills of Uttarakhand. The story is told in very simple words but create curiosity. At the end, story writer provides poem about cucumber theft culture as:
 खाई ककड़ी , खाई ककड़ी लगदी मूत
रामू क ब्वे , गाळी देली त ,
वीं तै पीटी पीटी क
बणा द्योला भूत

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Kilai Ruthi Bhairon:  Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection
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‘Kilai Ruthi Bhairon ‘ A Modern Garhwali Story by Anshuya Prasad Dangwal  (Shailvani 1/5/2011)-1-a critical Review and Analysis
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[Notes on Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Garhwali Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Uttarakhandi Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Mid Himalayan Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Himalayan Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; North Indian Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Indian Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Indian subcontinent Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; SAARC countries  Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; South Asian Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Asian Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection; Oriental Story (fiction, tale) Inspiring Environment Protection]   
                A foreign University studied environment scientist Bhashkar Bahuguna shows his keen desire for working in Uttarakhand. People are confused for the desire. Bhashkar tells his story about due to jungle mafia there was huge land slid in his village. There is total loss of environment in Uttarakhand, Himalaya and Bhaskar wants to protect it.   
         The story is an idealistic story and attracts the attention of readers for resisting Jungle mafia and for protection on environment in Himalayan region. Dangwal uses Hindi words abundantly. The story is narrated in third person and Dangwal characterizes successfully the ideal character of Bhashkar a sacrificing and very idealistic person. The Garhwali story (fiction, tale) Kilai Ruthi Bhairon ‘is inspiring for environment protection.
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Dhanu:  Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture
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[Notes on Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Garhwali Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Uttarakhandi Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; mid Himalayan Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Himalayan Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; North Indian Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Indian Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Indian subcontinent Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; SAARC countries Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; South Asian Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Asian Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture; Oriental Story about Urban culture disintegrating rural culture]
                 Vijay Madhur is famous Garhwali poet and writes Garhwali fiction too. Dhanu is one of the marvelous Garhwali short stories.  The story is about the entry of urban culture in villages disintegrating the culture of sacrifice, fearlessness cooperation, helping others in need of rural Garhwal.  Gunu  a woman whose husband is in Delhi is now a day, is afraid of thieves in village (while once upon a time nobody knew locks). She does not open door in night as the new types of thieves killing women for jewelries, gems and for money. One night Dhanu knocks her door in mid night. She is afraid and does not open door. The story ends with the real secret of Dhanu coming to Guni.
    The story writer Vijay is master of storytelling in terms of opening the story, creating interesting plot, fine developed and right structure. There are actions and tension in story.  The characterization is perfect and seems as if readers know those characters very well.  Madhur created suspense in the story and the story ending is definitely shocking. The dialogues are strengthening the characters.  Vijay uses common Garhwali phrases for creating realistic atmosphere as 
अब द्वि द्वि काल मी कु तै अलग से छन . Here, kal means daughters.
          Vijay has been successful in creating present atmosphere of confusion and doubts on other fellows in rural Garhwal due to entry of urban culture.
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‘Dhanu ‘a Modern Garhwali Story by Vijay Madhur -3-a critical Review and Analysis
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             Urkhela ki Didi: A Garhwali Folk Story in Modern style
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    ‘Urkhela ki Didi ‘ a Modern Garhwali Story by Dr/Ram Prasad Dobhal ( Rant Raibar, 13/10/2010) -a critical Review and Analysis
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  Stone, Packer and Hoopes (The Short Stories: An Introduction, 1976) state that the difference between folk or early stories and modern stories are that early stories or folk stories were the vehicles of assertion. Further they affirm that early stories or folk stories spoke about the whole community, modern fiction is the work of individuals or authors and modern story  authors search.
   There is a famous Garhwali folk story that for protecting from Bhoot or evil souls you just catch the tail of caw and evil souls can’t harm you (Garhwal ki Lok Kathayen, by Bhishma Kukreti, 1985). The folk story is simple.   
   Dr. Ram Prasad Dobhal narrates the same story through newer methodology or style. Dr. Dobhal took time in characterization and creates a sound suspense for attracting the readers in his Garhwali story Urkhela ki Didi ‘. Dr. Ram Prasad did not inform readers that this is folk story. The narration is in newer fiction style.
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Notes  on Folk Stories in Modern style; Garhwali Folk Stories in Modern style; Uttarakhandi Folk Stories in Modern style; Mid Himalayan Folk Stories in Modern style; Himalayan Folk Stories in Modern style; North Indian Folk Stories in Modern style; Indian Folk Stories in Modern style; Indian subcontinent  Folk Stories in Modern style; SAARC Countries Folk Stories in Modern style; South Asian Folk Stories in Modern style; Asian  Folk Stories in Modern style; Notes  on Oriental Folk Stories in Modern style to be continued…
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Piddi aur Chakori: Mini Story condemning minority rules over majority 
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    ‘Piddi aur Chakori’ a Modern Garhwali Story by Dr.Khyat Singh Chauhan ‘Khyali’ ( Shailvani 1/9/2005) -a critical Review and Analysis
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     Piddi aur Chakori’ is a mini Garhwali story by historian Dr. Khyat Singh Chauhan . The story deals with centuries old social problem that minority rules over majority. Dr.Khyat Singh Chauhan is successful in compelling readers about social model that created minority’s rule over majority.
  The story is effective and tells about social divide in least words. The story characters are two birds those talk about human behavior.
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Bantwaru: Story about Conflicts for second marriage by husband for successor 
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   ‘Bantwaru’ a Modern Garhwali Story by Dr. Asha Rawat (Shailvani 1/4/2008) -a critical Review and Analysis
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     Saroja is married to a prosperous farmer and businessman of village. There is no shortage for materialistic needs in her family. However, she could give birth four girl children and not a single son. Her husband Naresh asks her opinion for his second marriage that he can have a son for family tree.
  Her friend tells her that not conceiving son is not weakness of female but weakness of male. However, in the male dominate society male wants male heir or successor.
            She takes help of her father in law, mother in law and her father. However everybody supports desire of her husband desire for second marriage. Saroja takes a decision that shocks all.
            The story has compelling initial situation, emotions, conflicts, suspense, suspense and shocking climax with inspiring conclusion.
  Dr Asha Rawat webbed a feminine right oriented story.   Dialogues help the story development , characterization and acceleration. At many stages, the actions of characters either surprise or shock other characters too. Dr. Asha Rawat depicts woman psychology very well.
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Achhail: Story about choosing exile for Expiation and discussion on sin and virtue
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                       A critical Review and Analysis of Garhwali fiction Achhailu (Shailvani, 8 March, 2008) by Dr Asha Rawat 
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     Chandu is a religious and cooperative person in the village. Everybody respects his strong character.  However, in moment, he made body relationship with his nephew’s wife Bela. Her husband is madman and is perhaps weak male.  Bela becomes pregnant and she states that she is more responsible for making bodily relationship than Chandu . Now the village council meeting is scheduled for the judgment.  Chandu has two well grown sons and a married daughter. Before village council meet, Chandu escapes from village and choose for exile himself. After thirteen years his friend Bachu finds him in Kanpur and wants to take him to village. Chandu does not return as he wants self punishment for  exile.
  The story is interesting and Dr.Asha took examples from Ramayana for explaining modern story. The story writer is successful for depicting conflicts and self consciousness.  There are conflicts of consciousness of younger generation about knowing their father’s sin. Story dialogues are common Garhwali phrase. The initial opening compels readers to finish the story. There is good discussion on sin and virtues
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Sadari ar Tihri: Story about ignoring Old Aged parents and Sinking Tihri 
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                 A critical Review and Analysis of Garhwali mini story ‘Sadari ar Tihri’ by Anjali Nautiyal (Khabar Sar, 15th May 2005)
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   The Garhwali mini story ‘Sadari ar Tihri’ by Anjali Nautiyal is very good example of symbolic stories in Garhwali language. She compares the situation of an old aged man and sinking Tihri. The son does not purchase new dressing for his aged father that he might die any day and at the same time he does not repair his decrypting house because very soon the people of Tihri would be displaced.
अब वैका आंख्युं मा टीरी को किचील से भर्युं बस अड्डा रिटण लगे . टूटी फूटीं सड़क्यूँ का गड्ढा अर उजड़ी दुकानि अर टूट्या डेरा . बस तबी वैन चितै कि वैकि सेरी ताकत खतम ह्वेगी . अब ना त वो बाबाजीक सदरी सिले सकदो अर ना कबि अपड़ी उजड़ी छत बणै सकदो .
           The story is illustrated very well and in minimum words, the story writer is successful to compare the two tendered situations. Anjali could successfully show the tension, could create atmosphere, and characterization in lowest possible words.  The story compels readers to think about the situation of old aged persons who are being ignored for financial reasons.

Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 29/10/2012
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