One of Nepal’s most celebrated figure has a story to tell. Hari Bansha Acharya’s Cheena Harayeko Manche was launched midst a ceremony at Moksh just over a month ago in Kathmandu. The autobiography covers the days from his childhood years, struggles to stardom and the more personal battles including the loss of his wife Meera. The multi-talented personality has not only created musical hits but has also made people cry with laughter through the MAHA shows alongside Madan Krishna Shrestha. His autobiography Cheena Harayeko Manche has been brought to the market by Fine Prints. The book costs Nrs 398 in Nepal and those living outside Nepal can also purchase the book on Amazon. The Amazon UK website lists the book at £14.94 (do check out the dispatch time, 1-3 months). The book has already received a flood of positive remarks and I also recently got my copy from Nepal. I cannot wait to start my read.
UPDATE (23/06/2013) : Its only been a week or so since I finished reading Cheena Harayeko Manchhe and it was an amazing read. Hari Bansha has lived through many experiences and worked alongside great names including Narayan Gopal. Reading about the highs and lows of his life had me totally gripped. I was a bit hesitant in the beginning as I knew the book was in Nepali and my Nepali reading is far from perfect. But the book had me hooked and I wanted to know more about how Hari Bansha the child progressed on to become one of the biggest names in Nepal. The last few chapters where he discusses the loss of his wife Meera can get you teary. We hear about deaths all the time but when we lose some so close to us, that can totally shake us. He holds nothing back as he shares about his time without Meera and where he is now. A very fascinating read. Wishing the man all the best – inspiring.
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