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Rameshwor Sharma Chalise better known as Ramesh Bikal (Nepali: रमेश बिकल) (born 1932-2008, near Gokarna, Nepal in the Kathmandu Valley) is a Nepalese writer and painter who is known for his works portraying rural life and the lives of common people in Nepal.
He received a B.Ed. in 1960, and worked in education. His early stories had socialist and anti-establishment themes. As a result, he was imprisoned three times between 1949 and 1960. In more recent work, he has focused on sexual relations.
Bikal was the first short story writer to be given the Madan Puraskar award. He received the Daulat Bikram Bista Aakhyan Samman Award in 2008 for six decades of contributions to fiction writing in Nepal.
- Birāno Deshmā ("In an Empty Land"), 1959
- Nayā Sadakko Gīt ("The Song of New Road"), 1962
- 13 Ramālilā Kathāharū ("Thirteen Enjoyable Stories"), 1967
- Āja Pheri Arko Tannā Pherincha ("Today Yet Another Bedspread is Changed"), 1967
- Euṭā Buḍho Violin Āshākavariko Dhunmā ("An Old Violin in the Ashāvari Tune"), 1968
- Agenāko Ḍilmā ("On the Edge of the Hearth"), 1968
- Urmilā Bhāujū ("Sister-in-Law Urmilā"), 1968
- 21 Ramālilā Kathāharū ("Twenty-one Enjoyable Stories"), 1968
- Husain, Mosharaf. "Litterature Ramesh Vikal (1928-2008)". www.mediabd.com. Retrieved 2017-07-31.
- Himalayan Voices: An Introduction to Modern Nepali Literature (Voices from Asia), edited and translated by Michael J. Hutt, University of California Press, 1991. p. 244. ISBN 9780520910263
- "Awards". Nepal Creative Writers' Society. Retrieved 2014-07-10.
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