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Umal: Importance of Sharing own Story (affliction)

 (Review of Garhwal Story Collection ‘Mwari’ by Durga Prasad Ghildiyal 

                                         Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story /affliction ; Garhwali Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; Uttarakhandi Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; Mid Himalayan Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; Himalayan Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; North Indian Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; Indian Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; South Asian Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction; Asian Stories about Importance of Sharing own Story/affliction]
  Durga Prasad Ghildiyal is different in storytelling methodology among Garhwali story writers. ‘Umal’ story tells the universal truth that very body wants to empty the mind by telling something to somebody.
 The story teller concludes his story theme at the beginning of story in following words
 "ह्याँ बोडि , जब मन मा उमाळ उठद ट वे उमाळ भैर गाड़ीक सच्ची इ भरि शांति मिलदी . मन हळको ह्व़े जांद "
   Daya Nand meets his friend Veer Singh’s eighty years old mother. She shows her mental agony about peace of mind. Eighty years old woman wanted to tell something. Daya Nand does not have time. Daya Nand comes again when she was alone and she tells her story. Bodi feels satisfaction after telling her story to somebody. She was feeling weightless.
Bodi dies after a few days of this incident.
     Durga Prasad is successful in portraying a psychological point of the importance of sharing to another person by a person about affliction, pain, happiness or achievement- non achievement.

Reference- Mwari, 1986, Garhwal Adhyayan Prathisthan , Dehradun (pp 13-24)

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Apjas:  Story about Self pity due to Disrepute
(Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Mwari’ by Durga Prasad Ghildiyal)

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                    Disrepute, disgrace, ill repute, disrespect, disregard, insolence or impertinence is such pain that person feels self –pity and self-pity is always hurting for human.
          Umesh goes to Delhi with Mohan Singh for getting employment and parents of Umesh were feeling obliged to Mohan Singh. However, Umesh ran away from there and there was no sign of Umesh anywhere. It is Apjas on Mohan Singh. Later, after many years, younger brother of Umesh Vinod is returning to village from Delhi with Mohan Singh, Mohan Singh is again worried for new ‘Apjas’ (disrepute). Umesh returns to village from Vanaras as professor and they all meet in village. Now everybody is clean slate. Now, nobody feels self pity.
   The story deals effectively with the pain of self pity due to disrepute.
               

Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan

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Hankar: Story Portraying Bitterness in Relationship
(Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Mwari’ by Durga Prasad Ghildiyal)
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 There was good relation between families of Subedar Dan Sing and Mother of Chandru. The time comes that both families do not see eye to eye. The talking terms ends between the two families due to confusion. Due to pride, the terms do not alter. However, one day comes when Subedar realizes that arrogance is not the way of life.
  The story portrays way of agriculture life in village and searches the reasons for bitterness in smooth relationships. 
      Durga Prasad searches the small types of reasoning aspects of life in the story.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan

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Swag-Bhag: Life is greater than Material
(Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Mwari(1986) by Durga Prasad Ghildiyal)
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             The famous flood of Satpuli is one of the greatest recent disasters of Garhwal. Tens of buses fled along with drivers and others.
 There is folk song about flood of river Near at Satpuli.
Satpuli moter baugin khaas
 Darshanu was one of the bus drivers whose bus was standing at Satpuli bus stand. Garhwal union declared that Darshanu is no more. His younger brother Kamlu finds Darshanu. They come to home. Darshanu’s wife asks Kamlu,” Did you bring some thing for me?”
Another person answers,” Your Swag-bhag(your husband).”
 There are other incidents in the story as the reason of migration etc. The story is very interesting. The story telling style of Ghildiyal is effective.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan
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वो बात अलग च -एक लघु गढवाली कथा

 

कथा - पूरण पंत पथिक

 

[आधुनिक गढवाली कहानियों का  के सौ साल की यात्रा,  गढवाली कथाएँ, गढ़वाली कहानियाँ , गढवाली कथाओं के सौ साल लेखमाला]
 
 

-- डागटर  साब नमस्कार

-- नमस्ते

-कनै बटि सिद्धांत ?

- यूनिवर्सिटी बटि

--आपन त गढवळि भाषा  पर डागटरी  करी छै

- हाँ

--अच्गाल क्या कन्ना छन आप?
 
-पढ़ाणु छौं

--क्या गढवळि ?

-- न न जि ना

--किलै ?

-- गढवळि बि क्वी पढाणै चीज च

--पण आपन त गढवळि भाषा पर डागटरी  ...

-- वो  s s हो s s . वो बात त अलग च   
 
 

सर्वाधिकार - पूरण पंत पथिक

साभार- चिट्ठी --अंक तीन १९८९

आधुनिक गढवाली कहानियों की सौ साल की यात्रा ,   गढवाली कथाएँ, गढ़वाली कहानियाँ , गढवाली कथाओं के सौ साल लेखमाला जारी ...
 

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Garhwali modern story/Fiction
       Ghuar vasa: Garhwali Story about Returning Garhwal for a Cause
(Review of Garhwali Story collection ‘Mwari’ (1986) by Durga Prasad Ghildiyal)

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             Hukam Singh comes back to his ancestral village from Delhi after retirement. The ancestral house was in very bad shape- with full of plants and shrubs. Hukam Singh repairs the ruined hose and invites villagers to celebrate home coming ceremony. When Hukam Singh did not repair the hose the villagers used to talk in sarcastic language. Now when the hose is perfect with urban facilities the villagers stile talk behind him sarcastically.
         It was very pleasing shock to the villagers when Hukam Sing tells the secret of his repairing old ancestral house.

Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan
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 कथाकार - डॉ नरेन्द्र गौनियाल

हमर घर का नजदीक एक भ्यूंळ कि डालि छै.वैमा घुघुतु अर घुघूतीन एक घोंसला बणायु छौ,पण कैते बि भनक नि लगी.हम लोग घर का चौक मा झुल्ला कु गिन्दू ख्यल्दा छाया.एक दिन ख्यलंद दा गिन्दू डाळमा अटगी गे.रामू डाळ मा गे अर वैन गिन्दू निकाळी दे,पण इतना मा वैकि नजर एक दुफौन्क्य भौंटु पर पड़ी,जैम घुघूतकु घोसला बन्यूं छौ.घोसला मा चार अंडू छाया.ऊ जनि घोसला का नजदीक गे,घुघुतु अर घुघूती डाळी का टुख ऐकि गुटुर-गुटुर कन लगी गीं.
         रामू भुयां ऐ अर वैन सबि छोरी-छोरों तै बताए दे.तब एक-एक कैकि सबि डाळमा गैनीं अर अंडू द्यखण लगिगीं. क्वी-क्वी हथल्य़ाणा बि रईं..वैदिन खेलिकी सबि रुमुकीदा अपणा घर चलिगीं..हैंका दिन ऐतवार छौ.सबि ख्यलणा कु जल्दी ऐगीं.घोसला मा अंडू द्यखणे रौंस लगीं रैंदी छै.झाबर सिंह बि डाळमा गै.वैन द्वी अंडू हाथ मा पकड़ी,पण एक हाथ बिटि छूटिगे अर भुयां पड़ीकै फूटिगे.दग्ड़योंन बोलि कि क्य कैरि तिन यु.वैन बोलि कि मिन जाणि-बुझिकी नि फोड़ी.तुम कैमा नि बोल्यां.पल्य़ा ख्वाळ बोडी मा बि ना अर म्यारा ब्वे-बाब मा बि ना.
          लोक परम्परा मा चखुलों का प्रति विशेष प्यार-प्रेम,दया,अहिंसा कु भाव रैंदु छौ.सब बड़ा इनि समझांदा छाया कि घुघूता,घिनुड़ा,सटुला य  कैबि चखुला का अंडू नि फ्वड़न चएंद.जु फ्वड़दू च,वैकि आंखि फुटि जन्दिन.झाबर सिंह कि जिकुड़ी मा बि धमाक लगीगे कि कनि गलती ह्वैगे.मेरि मांजी उर्ख्यल़ा मा धान कुटणी छै.रोज कुटंद दा चखुला चौंलों का बियां टिपनौ ऐ जांदा छाया.आज बि घुघुतों कु घुर-घुराट अर घिनुड़ों कु चिंचाट हुयों छौ,पण एक घुघूती छ्वाड पर चुप, उदास सि बैठीं छै.वींकी आंख्यों अंसधरी लगीं छै.
           ब्यखुन्द दा मांजीन खांद दा पूछी,''ये तुम छोरी-छोरा चखुलों का घोसला मा छेड़खानी त नि करदा.'' मिन बोलि ,''ना मि त नि करदू,पण भ्यूंल़ा डाल मा घुघता कु घोल च.वैमा पैलि चार अन्डू छाया,ब्याळी झबरू से एक फुटिगे,अब तीन रैगीं''.मांजिन  बोलि कि,''ओहो ! तबी त मि स्वचनूँ छौ कि एक घुघूती चुप किलै बैठीं छै अर वींका आंख्यों मा अंसधरी बि अईं छै.''
             हैंका दिन जनि ब्यखुन्या छोरी-छोरा ख्यलणकु ऐनी,मांजी चट्ट एक कंडाळी कि मोटी ढींग लेकि ऐगे अर बोलि कि,''आज बिटि यख मा ख्यलना कु नि अयाँ.कैन बि घुघूती का घोल पर छेड़खानी करि त कंडाळी कि ढींग देखि लियां तब. कंडळी देखि कै सबि भाजि गीं.हैंका दिन बिटि वखमा क्वी बि ख्यलना कु नि आया. ना ही घोसला पर छेड़खानी करि.कुछ दिनों मा ही अण्डों से फतेला ह्वैगीं अर बाद मा बड़ा ह्वैकी फुर्र्र उडी गीं.
 
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Udghatan: Story about village Development by Cooperation

(Review of Garhwali Story Collection ‘Mwari (1986) by Durga Prasad Ghildiyal)

                                        Bhishma Kukreti
[Notes on story about village development; Garhwali story about village development; Uttarakhandi story about village development; Mid Himalayan story about village development; Himalayan story about village development; North Indian story about village development;  Indian story about village development; South Asian story about village development; Asian story about village development]

   Every time, in every era, there are different aspirations for the society. After independent, there were fewer schools in Garhwal. There was social aspiration that boys get education and get employment in plains.
     Mwari is about education awareness and building schools in village through cooperation. The brighter part of the story is that the new generation understands the importance of succession for taking social works.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan
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आधुनिक गढवाली कथा के सौ साल


       हे बौ



कथाकार- पूरण पंत पथिक



--- हे बौ !

----हाँ

---कथगा बडी गडोली धरीं च तेरी मुंडि मा

--हाँ अ

--गरु नि होणु च ?

--जरा थौ ले लेदि धौं !

--अच्छु

--बिसाण लगाण ?

--हाँ

--तू त कुछ बुलणि नि छै भै, बौ !

--क्या बवान

--भैजी चिट्ठी बि आय?

---हाँ अ

--कब औणा छन घौर ?

--कुजाण

--हे बौ ! मी तै त सरै गौं मा सबसे भलि त्वी लगदी

----.......

--पर त्वे तै मि कनो लगदु ?

--अपण छ्वटु भुला बीरू सि.

सन्दर्भ- चिट्ठी - अंक -३ १९८९

सर्वाधिकार - पूरण पंत पथिक , देहरादून २०१२



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                     Gani: Garhwali Story about Generation Gap
                      (Review of Stories of Durga Prasad Ghildiyal)

                                                 Bhishma Kukreti

                       (Let us Celebrate -Hundredth year of Modern Garhwali Fiction)

[Notes on Stories about Generation Gap; Garhwali Stories about Generation Gap; Uttarakhandi Stories about Generation Gap; Mid Himalayan Stories about Generation Gap; Himalayan Stories about Generation Gap; North Indian Stories about Generation Gap; Indian Stories about Generation Gap; Indian sub continent Stories about Generation Gap; South Asian Stories about Generation Gap; Asian Stories about Generation Gap]

                             The generation gap is not about the differences of emotions but the generation gap is the differences of physical means between two generations for achieving the goal.
    There is a generation gap between Ghanshyam and his son Sattu.  Sattu comes to understand that his and his father’s desires were same and the differences between him and his dad were about means of achieving the target.
Reference-
1-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga
2-Dr Anil Dabral, 2007 Garhwali Gady Parampara
3-Bhagwati Prasad Nautiyal, articles on Durga Prasad Ghildiyal l in Chitthi Patri
4-Dr. Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal Ki Divangat Vibhutiyan

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   Let us Celebrate -Hundredth year of Modern Garhwali Fiction!

 

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