From The Gurkha’s Daughter to Gorkhaki Chori

Cover Image of Gorkha ki Chori

The Gurkha’s Daughter by Prajwal Parajuly recently hit the bookshelves once again but this time, it’s in Nepali! Titled GORKHAKI CHORI, the book consists of eight short stories that capture the realities of the Nepali speaking population in Nepal, India and beyond. After the success of The Gurkha’s Daughter, Parajuly went on to publish Land Where I Flee. His most recent book also makes a wonderful read.

The Nepali translation for GORKHAKI CHORI has been done by B.C Sharma and Sarala Bhattarai, parents of Prajwal.

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