Analysis Of Kumari Ghimire 's Jiwan Kada Ki Phul And Her Struggles

1014 Words Nov 12th, 2015 null Page
Sandhya Sharma
Prof. J. Brown
Oct. 10, 2015 Jhamak Kumari Ghimire’s Jiwan kada ki phul and her struggles What is life? Is it a beautiful flower or a bunch of thrones? The answer to these questions vary from people to people as they experience different situations in their life. The same question is being asked in the autobiography by the writer and tries to answer it on her experience of life. Jhamak kumari Ghimire is a handicapped woman who cannot do her own works. She was born with cerebral palsy and performs writing with her left foot. She has received Nepalese greatest literature prize called Madan prize for her autobiography Jiwan Kanda Ki Phul. In the autobiographic novel, the handicapped writer shares her story of suffering and struggle for freeing herself from the status of animals. This autobiography has also represented the true condition of the society about how they react with the people with physical and mental disabilities. Writing an autobiography through left foot is challenging in itself. The writer always want a state of freedom, love and respect towards her from the people. First, Ghimire is a continuous freedom fighter who fights from her early childhood till her adult age for the freedom. Being handicapped and mentally challenged, she is not allowed by her family members to go to school, read and write. Jhamak learns reading and writing entirely on her own, and words fail to describe the story of the ordeal and suffering she…

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