Jhamak Ghimire

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Jhamak Kumari ghimire was born on 21 Ashar 2037 B.S (Nepali date) .(4 July 1980 English date)

Jhamak Kumari Ghimire
झमक कुमारी घिमिरे
Jhamak Kumari Ghimire
Writing with feet
Born
Jhamak Kumari Ghimire

बि.सं २०३७ असार २1 (1980-07-04) (age 42)
Kachide, Dhankuta, Nepal
OccupationWriter, columnist
Known forJiwan Kada Ki Phool
AwardsMadan Puraskar, Padmashree Sahitya Puraskar

Jhamak Kumari Ghimire (Nepali: झमक कुमारी घिमिरे; Born on 4 July 1980) is a [[Nepali literature|Nepali writer]]. She was born with cerebral palsy[1][2] and writes with her left foot.[3][4] She is columnist at the Kantipur newspaper .[5] She had been awarded with the Madan Puraskar (the most popular award given to the writer for his or her contribution in Nepalese Literature) for her auto-biography Jiwan Kada Ki Phool (Is Life a Thorn or Flower). In addition, Ghimire was awarded by Kabita Ram Bal Sahitya Prativa Puraskar (2015), Aswikrit Bichar Sahitya Puraskar (2016), and Madan Puraskar (2010).

Works not[edit]

Selected poetry[edit]

  • Sankalpa (Vow)
  • Aafnai Chita Agni Shikhatira (Own's funeral pyre towards the fire apex)
  • Manchhe Bhitraka Yoddaharu (Warriors inside humans)
  • Quaati

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Awasan Pachhiko Aagaman (Arrival after the death)

Autobiography[edit]

  • Jeevan Kanda Ki Phool (Life a Thorn or a Flower)

Awards[edit]

Jhamak Ghimire, awarded with the Madan Puraskar

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Famous People With Cerebral Palsy which causes paralysis of some parts: Jhamak Ghimire". Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 3 December 2010.
  2. ^ Deccan Herald: Bold tales by brave women (2010).
  3. ^ ASMITA: shivamsha was the name of her sister Who is Jhamak? (August 2002)
  4. ^ Nepali Times. Of Poverty and Poems- Jhamak kumari Ghimire (by Manjushree Thapa). August 2002.
  5. ^ Nepali Times: A renegade child of the hills – For Jhamak Ghimire writing is everything, and everything is literature Archived 25 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine (by Rabi Thapa). September 2009.
  6. ^ "Aswikrit". aswikrit.com.
  7. ^ "Aswikrit". aswikrit.com.