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Rewriting myths for the modern world

Poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire once described Ghanashyam Kandel as a writer capable of making nature cry, but had Kandel not won the Madan Puraskar, the prestigious literary award in Nepal, most reader would have never encountered his poetic vision.He is one of the few writers, who believes that an artist exists as the vehicle of his work and once the book is written the writer is no longer needed––naturally, a man with such beliefs has maintained a low profile. Rewriting myths for the modern world
Sandesh Ghimire
Published at : December 31, 2017
Updated at : December 31, 2017 13:45