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The division further has its roots in jealousy. Gumane tries to unite people of Mainapada against their eviction by the local authority, but later they accuse him of creating trouble by antagonism with the authority They would rather withdraw and run away with their belongings than unite and claim stability in the place. Chhetri reveals that Nepalis of the Brahmaputra belt are unable to unite because of the inefficacy of Nepali organisations to bring solutions to common problems.
With this perception through an Assamese character, Chhetri lampoons Nepali character of disintegration among themselves but submission of their dignity to a higher foreign authority.
The knowledge of this character has helped local authority to bring division among Nepalis. Dairy Mahajan worships the power of local authority to contain his hegemony over his Nepali compatriots.
He bribes the local officers, flatters the Nepali leaders and brings them round to the line of his work. People like the Mahajan can be considered the main obstruction to the unity of Nepalis in Assam.
Self-imposed Instability and Disintegration The older generation Nepalis in Brahmaputraka… find themselves outsiders in the Brahmaputra belt.
They actually bear a typical diaspora characteristic of nostalgia and craving for the homeland. This is the consequence of their only partial detachment from Nepal.
Some of them have gone to Assam in search of work. They even do not want to build big houses and invest their earnings in the foreign land. The community of Nepalis in Aath Miles, and especially Kharel Baje, who is the head of the community, represent this group of Nepalis. Kharel Baje sends all his earning to his family in Bhairahawa. Unlike Man Bir, who has already lost touch with and has no chance of return to the homeland and Gumane, who does not know anything about Nepal or knows that there is nothing left for him, the people like Kharel Baje have no compulsion to remain in Assam.
In addition to the lack of the sense of belonging to Assam, Nepalis impose constant instability upon themselves by frequent migration.
The families of graziers remain in forest sides, particularly shunning the possibility of alternatives in education and agriculture. They move to alternative places in case of danger of the Brahmaputra flood, or of wild animals, tribal invaders and the local authority.
They choose to remain in small huts even for years, and avoid making big houses as they have to move to other parts. Grazing has made them like nomads. Even if there is no chance of return to Nepal, there are other grazing areas and forests to take shelter in Assam. This indicates the impossibility of a conspicuous identity building in Nepali community there.
The novel shows that Nepalis of older generation are also conditioned to resist assimilation with the host communities of Assam. A strong racial consciousness has developed in the Nepali community, a spirit of difference from the indigenous people. This difference has deprived them of the chance of coexistence and affinity with the latter. It has equally allowed the host community to regard Nepalis as outsiders.
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However, racial prejudice of Assamese community is equally responsible for the disintegration. But it is for the Nepalis to realize the need of promoting affinity with the Assamese for their own identity in the new land. The new-fangled Gumane comes closer to integration with the indigenous people. His older compatriots, brainwashed by Dairy Mahajan, are against it. Therefore, the Mahajan raises the issue of race and ethnicity against the relationship between Gumane and Malati, and tries to prevent their union.
Contemporary scholars like T. B Subba and Purushottam L. Bhandari attribute such identity crisis to external political causes like extortion, eviction, and deprivation from civil rights.
But Chhetri deems internal causes such as exploitation, backwardness, disunity and self-imposed instability and disintegration to be responsible. The novel, set in a period between s and s, presents the most formative years of the life of Nepalis in the Brahmaputra belt.
At the same time, the theme of the crisis of unity among Nepalis backgrounds the political causes of identity crises. The novel, nevertheless, is not an advocacy of the need to overthrow the hegemony of the host society. It is only an urge to the Nepali community to work for redefining their position as respectable citizens and human beings. Works Cited Bhandari, Purushottam Lal.
Nepali Novel Pagal Basti (पागल बस्ति)
Castells, Manuel. Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers, He meets a girl who is about to join Maoist on Siddhartha's insistence that she is going to become part of greater revolution.
On reaching his village he meets Laure Kaka whose daughter is now a Maoist fighter and he doesn't know where his son is. Kaka tells him how his village could be made prosperous and he himself is farming coffee.
He leaves the village and shares the walk with some foreigners who have built a school on his way to district headquarter. There he stays in a lodge and almost dies in an Maoist attack.
He leaves the next day to go to his Mit's home where he learns that he has died and his Mitba and Mitama don't want him around as he reminds of their son.
Then he decides to return to Kathmandu as he has "understood his country" but wants to meet Siddhartha before he returns but mistakenly causes Siddhartha's death by pointing him out. Guilt ridden Drishya catches a bus back to Kathmandu where he finds Palpasa by his side who is also on her way back after her attempt to make documentary.
Then both are glad that they met each other and try to talk about his abrupt leave from Kathmandu and the journey both of them had after that. Palpasa is killed in the bus explosion which Drishya survives as he had stepped outside. Drishya returns to Kathmandu but is haunted by Palpasa for a long time.
He starts painting a series of paintings titled Palpasa which helps him get some peace. He then continues in his life as an artist running with the dream to go back to his village to build the 'Palpasa Cafe'.
Some people who claim to be security personnel come to visit him and force him to go along with them and his story ends there. In the epilogue, Wagle has just completed his book.New Delhi: Indus Publishing Company, Today, the area has been highly populated by different generations of Nepali migrants.
This is the consequence of their only partial detachment from Nepal. Jhola Jhola audio novel from shrutisambeg on Achyut Ghimire's voice, Jhola. Please log in to subscribe to Aryan Suman's postings.
Chhetri, Lil Bahadur.