Inspirational biography of the great poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota

The great poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota, who has an extraordinary talent, has been writing literature since he was 10 years old. Devotees can be seen who have given a positive message to the society through Nepali literature and have played an important role in social reform and construction. The story of his life was told from the Dhovidhara of Delhi Bazaar.

He was born in Dhobidhara, Kathmandu, on the day of Kartik Lakshmi Puja, 1966. Laxmi Prasad Devkota is the third son of father Pandit Til Madhab Rama Amar Raj Laxmi Devkota. Tirtha Prasad is Devkota. Devkota, who suffered from poverty from an early age, had a dream of earning money by studying English and reading Tixon. He was sick from birth. Moving on, Huda had left an imprint of poetry on him as a child. Since he was a Rana ruler in the country when he was born, he used to keep the people away from the education sector saying that the people would go against him after he was educated.

After much effort, Devkota was admitted to Durbar High School, the only school in Kathmandu. Devkota, who was enrolled in Trichandra College of Science in 1984 BS, after completing his certificate level studies, moved to the Faculty of Humanities. He had studied law after not getting a place in Bisay.

Devkota, who taught at Trichandra College for some time, also became the Minister of Education of Nepal in 2013. During his time, Nepal’s largest and first Tribhuvan University was established. He has written essays, short stories, essays, short stories, plays, songs, and critiques. Since he writes essays like poems, his writing is loved by everyone. His articles have been published in various newspapers and magazines even after his death.

Immersed in the Nepali people, Muna Madan Kritri is one of the best-selling books in the world for five years after her death. Nepali literature has risen to prominence. He responded to those who call themselves insane through poetry. Rupandi writing in Nepali writing, started by Devkota after Swachchhand Baad, and also started the work of transforming Nepali literature into English literature and taking it to western countries. Was

Devkota was described by the Indian Pandit Rahu as a human incarnation after Gautam Buddha. He had a lifelong friend, a poet, and another friend was a smoker. Married, they had two sons and a daughter. Within two years of graduating from law school, her parents and two-year-old daughter had died. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2015 after suffering a heart attack. After cutting his three-inch bowel and finding out that his death was certain, he wrote a poem in English to the doctor treating him. They were gone forever.

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