A book review on: Sirish ko phool (The blue mimosa) This beautiful novel was lady in the Nepali literature sector, we all know her as Parijat. Blue mimosa [Parijata] on *FREE* shipping on After coming to Kathmandu from Sikkim in India, Parijat got herself educated to a graduate level. The latest addition to my website is Parijat’s शिरिषको फूल (Blue Mimosa), a novel by an Indian-born, Nepali writer and one of only two of.

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Parijat is an exceptionally great writer. Read this book in Nepali n English version. At the end phase of the novel, Suyog is left guilty as he finally realizes that his mistakes can ruin lives in a way he never even thought it would.

Blue Mimosa

To compete with men like Suyog and be able to stand in the same level as them, women must learn to be like Sakambari. I felt Nepali version is reacher than English. Jan 15, AD rated it it was amazing Shelves: Its ending is dissatisfactory as I still had lots of expectations, many questions bue still remained unanswered but overall the feel that the story tries to present is great.

It’s one of the most popular Nepalese books but I think I messed up by choosing to read it in English. You are commenting using your Twitter account. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Blue Mimosa

Parijat is the pseudonym name claimed by Bishnu Kumari Waiba. This page was last edited on 5 Octoberat Word mmosa mine will not be able to describe beauty of ‘ sakambari’. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. This website uses cookies to improve your experience.


Published by Orchid Books first published I was so much dragged into the story that I never wanted it to end; but it did and did it superbly. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

One of the best fiction I have ever read. I simply praise the writer in her awareness in writing the philosophy in neplease version. Feb 12, Lucy rated it it was ok. Mar 12, Nishant Timilsina is currently reading it Shelves: Shiris ko Phool Cover-page of Shiris ko Phool.

Blue Mimosa by Parijat (5 star ratings)

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Her name Parijat in Nepali language means “the blue mimosa”, a purplish blue spring flower that grew in trees and covered the sidewalks of Kathmandu city.

I picked mimisa the translated version of this book in an amazing bookshop in Kathmandu as I was keen to read something from a native author.

Tilak Chapagain rated it it was amazing Oct 21, Although his village is in hills, he lives in Kathmandu valley. Preview — Blue Mimosa by Parijat. See all 3 questions about Blue Mimosa….

Saran Khatri rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Lists with This Book. Menu Skip to content.

Parijat was born in Darjeeling but moved to Nepal when she pariiat seventeen and spent the rest of her life there, suffering from various health problems, but still writing poetry, stories and novels as well as being involved in charitable works. Nov 07, Parva Chhantyal rated it liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. As he falls for the less attractive Bari he seems to be baffled by the fact he loves her for her soul not for her body.


Apr 28, Sunira Paudel rated it really liked it. I pariuat to read this book when i was at a very young age.

To view it, click here. Return to Book Page. Apr 20, Prayush Khadka rated it it was amazing. Accept Reject Read More. No words to describe this Novel. I was so fascinated by what Parijat wrote, if I ever consider some Nepalese writers to be of worldclass it has to be her, barring Laxmi pd, Devkota.

This book has left me with many emotions ,imosa one question “Did sakambari love suyogbir, too? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. One of the strong Novel by Nepali writer which is included in the literature course in America and some other English Country. He is drowned by sins; he is a coward to accept his faults as he knows he has to again correct it.

In nutshell, it is a meaningful story about the meaninglessness emptiness of human life! The story told in this particular book in a way touched pqrijat.

It has a simple and true love story and shows a real heart of a man. He brutally raped and murdered several indigenous girls and he remembers several incidents during the war.