Dev Kumari Thapa

Dev Kumari Thapa (born 14 April 1928, Vikram Samvat: 2 Baisakh 1985; died 5 May 2011 AD) was a Nepali writer, who mainly wrote stories.[1][2][3]

Dev Kumari Thapa
देवकुमारी थापा
Born(1928-04-14)14 April 1928
Darjeeling, Kharsang, India
Died5 May 2011(2011-05-05) (aged 83)
Biratnagar, Nepal
NationalityNepali
OccupationWriter
Notable work
  • Sunpakheti Chari (Golden-winged birdie)
  • Devakumari Thapaka pratinidhi kathaharu (Dev Kumari Thapa's representative stories)
Spouse(s)Babarsingha Thapa
Awards
  • Gorakha Dakshin Bahu
  • Mahendra Pragya Prize
  • Ratnashree Gold Medal

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

She was born in Karshang, Darjeeling , India. She was orphaned at a young age. Her father passed away before she was born. When she was about ten, she lost her mother as well. She was raised by her grandmother after her mother's death.[clarification needed][4]

EducationEdit

She completed high school in Darjeeling and then went on to earn a diploma from a 3-year nursing course.she also learned some writing.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "देवकुमारी थापा". khullakitab.com. Class * Nepali Solution. Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  2. ^ "Dev Kumari Thapa- Nepali Times". archive.nepalitimes.com. Retrieved Mar 19, 2020.
  3. ^ उर्वीजा (अनियतकालिक पत्रिका), सीतामढ़ी, समकालीन नेपाली साहित्य पर केन्द्रित अंक, संपादक : रवीन्द्र प्रभात, पृष्ठ 92
  4. ^ प्रसाई, नरेन्द्रराज (May 18, 2017). "स्रष्टा जीवनी: कथाकार she was a great person she also established schools for children to learn she believe in hard work rather than bhagya देवकुमारी थापा". sahityasangraha.com. साहित्य सड्ग्रहालय. Retrieved 2019-03-12.