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- Dhartiko gita.
Kathmandu : Sanja Prakashan, 1987.
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- "Thulo manchesanga sano prasna"
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- "Hatarako hatabhitra"
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- Atirikta abhilekha.
Lalitpur : Sanja Prakashan, 2000.
- "Aphnai viruddama"
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- "Chetanako pida"
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- "Eklai hinddako ananda"
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- "Bhauja ra sunaka dantaharu"
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- "Bihe-prasanga eka"
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- "Bihe-prasanga dui"
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- "Tanasahi maya"
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- Adima avaja.
Kathmandu : Nepal Rajkiya Pragya Pratishtan, 1988.
- "Tiharako samjhana: tadhako bastibata"
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Dinesh Adhikari, born on December 7, 1959 in Kathmandu, is a well-known
poet and songwriter of Nepal. Adhikari's poems and songs not only speak
out the woes of the people but also strive to guide society to a good
path. Poet and songwriter Adhikari is capable of taking on the darkest
human realities in his writing. Adhikari uses indigenous phrases and metaphors
to convey his feelings.
As a child, he was groomed in a literary environment. He says, "As a child
I wrote to win contests and now I write for self satisfaction". Presently
(2006) he is in the Nepal government service, holding the position of
Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Health. He served for twenty years
as a government lawyer and traveled to various districts in the course
of his job. This period of employment, during which he traveled to the
villages and got to witness the difficult lifestyle of Nepalese people
of some of the most remote parts of the country, provided him with much
of his inspiration to write. His ingredients for writing are both the
woes and the pleasures of these people. His sweet and bitter experiences
in the villages of Nepal are reflected very well in his writings.
Dinesh Adhikari has been honored with more than 20 major awards including
the much-revered Madan Puraskar and Suprabal Gorkha Dakshinabahu.
The Library of Congress has seven works by him.