Writer and poet Kali Prasad Rijal’s ‘Kada ma Kaseko Jindagi’ was released during the Paleti concert at Nepa~laya’s ‘r’sala on September 28. Rijal, who also served as a civil servant for a long time has talked about rural Nepal and his life journey in this book. As many as eight songs written by Kali Prasad Rijal were performed during the Paleti concert. On the occasion, Rijal’s literature journey and his struggle were shared with the audience.
The much-awaited event kicked off with the evergreen song, ‘Kehi Mitho Baat Gara’, written by Kali Prasad Rijal. The author also shared his musical bond and friendship with late Narayan Gopal and talked about how he wrote ‘Aakha Chopina Rohau Bhani’ and ‘Jhareko Paat Jhai’ for Narayan Gopal.
The audience got emotional as the prominent writer shared stories of the Badi community in Western Nepal while serving in a government position. The book unfolds many hidden clues on how struggle makes a man successful. The author launched the new book by handing it over to his granddaughter. Rijal then recited his poem ‘Pajero’ which tells about the materialistic lifestyle adopted by the political leaders of the country.
The book is priced at Rs 595.