Saturday, 4 October 2014

Nepali Kabita Poems and Gazal by डिल्ली प्रसाद खराल

मेरो ब्लगको कमेन्टमा डिल्ली प्रसाद खरालले दुबईबाट केहि गजलहरु कमेन्ट को रुपमा प्रस्तुत गर्नु भएको रहेछ. उहाका तिनै रामा गजल हरुलाई पोस्ट बनाएर प्रस्तुत गरेको छु. 

गुलाब को फूल सम्झन्थे जिन्दगी, 

सघर्षको मैदान रहेछ !!

खुसियालीको बहार सम्झन्थे जिन्दगी,

आशु नै आसु को भेल रहेछ !! 

मायाको फूलबारी सम्झन्थे जिन्दगी, 

उझाड बन पाखा को खाडा पो रहेछ !! 

ईश्वरको बरदान सम्झन्थे जिन्दगी,

कहाली लाग्दो रात पो रहेछ!!!

डिल्ली प्रसाद खराल


अमर होइन हाम्रो जिबन
नसोच घाम र जून झैं

ढलनै पर्छ एकदिन सबैले
सुकेको रुख ढले झैं

डुब्दै छ जिबन यो दुखःको सागर मा
के नै पो अब होला र खै

तै पनि छोड्दैन लोभ ले कसैलाई
लगेर पो के जान्छन कोही !!

By डिल्ली प्रसाद खराल from Dubai, UAE

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Sunday, 28 September 2014

Guest Post - Nepali Gajal Kabita Haru

मेरो ब्लगको कमेन्टमा डिल्ली प्रसाद खरालले दुबईबाट केहि गजलहरु कमेन्ट को रुपमा प्रस्तुत गर्नु भएको रहेछ. उहाका तिनै रामा गजल हरुलाई पोस्ट बनाएर प्रस्तुत गरेको छु. 

बादल पनि कुना पस्यो नदि बन्यो निलो
नांगा नांगा डाँडा हरु कतै छैन हीलो
तातो तातो हावा चल्छ अजै तातो घाम
सकी नसकी गर्नु पर्छ अजै यहाँ काम
मरु भुमि खाडी मुलुक दुबई यसको नाम
डिल्ली प्रसाद खराल मैहु गर्छु यहाँ काम
हरेक साँझमा झर्ने आँसु भैदिएपछि
के लाऊ साइनो कठै तिमीलाई
जब याद नै आज आतित् भएपछि
बल्झिन्छ दुख्छ बल्झिन्छ
चसकिन्छ खाली छाति यो
मात्र एउटा न्युपारि
बगी रहन्छ आसु यो

This is a Nepali Poem/Gazal/ gajal . I do not know much about Gazal/Ghazal/गजल but shall try whenever I have time. I like writing Nepali and English Poems and reading them and गजल is one of such areas which attracts my interests. In my other blogs, there are other Poem/Gazal/ गजल. In case you also write Poem/Gazal/ गजल , then, you can send them to me, I will publish them in my blog. I am grateful to my all the readers for reading my Nepali Poem/Gazal/ गजल.
As I said above, I like Nepali Poem(kabita) and Nepali Gazals(Poem/Gazal/ गजल), I will be posting here some more Poem/Gazal/ गजल when I have time. You can also send me your Poems and Nepali Gazals.
Literature is such an interesting thing in Life and our Nepali literature is also very rich. Just We need to do is keep on Contributing to this field.
नेपाली साहित्य, कबिता र गजल मन पराउने साथी हरुलाई तल को कबिता/Poem/Gazal/ गजल प्रस्तुत गरेको छु। तपाईं पनि यदी नेपाली गजल मन पराउनु हुन्छ भने यो ब्लग हेर्दैइ गर्नु होला। मेरो ब्लग मा पालिदिनु भएकोमा धेरै धेरै धन्यवाद।

नेपाली साहित्य, कबिता र गजल - Nepali Kabita, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Poems

केहि कविताहरु प्रस्तुत गरेको छु. पहिलो नेपाली कविता युबराज थापा ज्यु को हो. 

II 1 II
अञ्जुली भरी सम्झाना दिन्छु
सोचेर राख्नु ल
मन को कुरा लेखेर दिन्छु
न रिसाइ राख्नु ल

II 2 II

यो दोश्रो चाही संजीभ लामा जीले पठाउनु भएको हो. 

प्रेम र पिरती को खेल यो मन ले जान्दैन 
तिमि लाई देखेर  त सिख्न थालेकोछु 
अब माया लाउने कुनै तरिका यो मन ले अपनाउने छ 
आइ लभ यु .... बोबिता 
पोहिलो नजरमै तिमि मेरो मुटु मा बसी हालेउ

अब म के गरौ? भन न प्रिय!

नेपाली साहित्य, कबिता र गजल - Nepali Kabita, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Poems

This blog is created to develop the Nepali Poems, Nepali Kabita, Nepali Sahitya, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Sayari and Nepali Muktaks. In this blog, we talk about old and new Nepali Kabitas, Nepali Poems and Nepali Gajals written by old and new Nepali Poets.

We will try to cover all kinds on Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal in this blog. If you write Nepali Poems or Nepali Gajal or Nepali Kabita, Please send to us. We will publish your Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal in our blog. We will help everyone to develop skills of writing Nepali Kabita, Nepali Gajal and Nepali Poems and you can be a finest Poems.

Nepali Gajal, Nepali Kabita and Nepali Kabita Haru is a very rich and developed areas. There are many Poets and Kabis writing in Nepali. नेपाली साहित्य is a very rich one. It has very different areas of Nepali Kabita, Nepali Poem, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Gazal and it is being enriched day by day. 

Kabita is a Nepali word for Nepali Poem. There are other types of Nepali Poems which are called Nepali Gazal or Nepali Gajal. In Nepali, Nepali Poem is written as नेपाली कबिता - these are Nepali Poems.

Nepali Gazals and Nepali Kabitas are written on different areas. There are Nepali Love Kabita, Nepali Love Gajal. There are various Nepali Gajal Collections published around the world and in Nepal. The Nepali Gajals are widely liked and appreciated by Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal loving people. In Nepali Sahitya Sansar, Gajal has taken very important place. नेपाली गजल is becoming very popular day by day among Nepali Poems, Kabita and Gajal liking People. The Gajal Sansar is becoming very very rich day by day with new Nepali Kabita, New Nepali Gajal. The Nepali KabitaHaru will reach to another height with Nepali Muktak Haru.

Among the Nepali Poems and Nepali Gajals, mostly love Nepali Kabita are famous among Nepali Sahitya Loving People. Among Nepali Gajals, sad Nepali Gajals are famous among the Nepali Sahitya Lovers. 

There are many Gajals/Gazals where sorry has been expressed by Poem Writers in Nepal. There are many Ramro Nepali Kabita Haru published by Nepali Poets and Nepali Kabita Writers. We are targeting to develop this blog as a collection blog for Nepali Gazal and Nepali Kabita.

Nepali Gajal Nepali Kabita and Nepali Kabita Haru - नेपाली साहित्य नेपाली कबीता नेपाली गजल

This blog is created to develop the Nepali Poems, Nepali Kabita, Nepali Sahitya, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Sayari and Nepali Muktaks. In this blog, we talk about old and new Nepali Kabitas, Nepali Poems and Nepali Gajals written by old and new Nepali Poets.

We will try to cover all kinds on Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal in this blog. If you write Nepali Poems or Nepali Gajal or Nepali Kabita, Please send to us. We will publish your Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal in our blog. We will help everyone to develop skills of writing Nepali Kabita, Nepali Gajal and Nepali Poems and you can be a finest Poems.

Nepali Gajal, Nepali Kabita and Nepali Kabita Haru is a very rich and developed areas. There are many Poets and Kabis writing in Nepali. नेपाली साहित्य is a very rich one. It has very different areas of Nepali Kabita, Nepali Poem, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Gazal and it is being enriched day by day. 

Kabita is a Nepali word for Nepali Poem. There are other types of Nepali Poems which are called Nepali Gazal or Nepali Gajal. In Nepali, Nepali Poem is written as नेपाली कबिता - these are Nepali Poems.

Nepali Gazals and Nepali Kabitas are written on different areas. There are Nepali Love Kabita, Nepali Love Gajal. There are various Nepali Gajal Collections published around the world and in Nepal. The Nepali Gajals are widely liked and appreciated by Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal loving people. In Nepali Sahitya Sansar, Gajal has taken very important place. नेपाली गजल is becoming very popular day by day among Nepali Poems, Kabita and Gajal liking People. The Gajal Sansar is becoming very very rich day by day with new Nepali Kabita, New Nepali Gajal. The Nepali KabitaHaru will reach to another height with Nepali Muktak Haru.

Among the Nepali Poems and Nepali Gajals, mostly love Nepali Kabita are famous among Nepali Sahitya Loving People. Among Nepali Gajals, sad Nepali Gajals are famous among the Nepali Sahitya Lovers. 
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There are many Gajals/Gazals where sorry has been expressed by Poem Writers in Nepal. There are many Ramro Nepali Kabita Haru published by Nepali Poets and Nepali Kabita Writers. We are targeting to develop this blog as a collection blog for Nepali Gazal and Nepali Kabita.


Thursday, 25 September 2014

Aayu Drona Sute - Meaning of Dashain and Vijaya Dashami

It was good to read about "Bada Dashain" and its beginning day today "Ghatasthapana". Dashain or Bada Dashain (also called as Navaratri) is Nepali's biggest national festival and for the BS 2071, it has started from today. We wish all our readers a very happy and prosperous "Bada Dashain" and "Subha VijayaDashami".
Ghatasthapana marks the beginning of Hindu Nepalese's biggest festival. This marks the start of special 9 days called as Navaratri. Today, Nepali people do a special Puja and sow the seeds of barley, wheat and maize in dark corner of a home without direct access of sunlight. This is called "creation of Jamara". The Jamara/small saplings from these seeds are given along with Tika on the day of "Vijaya Dashami". There will be daily readings of sacred religious texts and offerings at a place where Jamara Ghar is created. This festival will also demand the animal sacrifices which take place on eighth and ninth day of Navaratris. These 8th and 9th days are called "Maha Ashtami" and "Maha Nawami".
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Herein below, I am writing about the slokas/Mantras/Hymns that are chanted on the day of Vijaya Dashami and four days thereafter while offering Tika (Rice and curd put on your forehead after they are mixed with red colour). Tika will be offered by elder family members to younger ones and comes with blessings.
The blessings will be generally by reciting Sanskrit Text and we will be looking of the meaning of such Hymns.
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“Aayu drona sute” is Sanskrit mantra/hymns that our parents chant when they put Tika on our forehead in Dashain. In our childhood, it used to be sometimes fun for us. We used to joke like ‘Aayu Drona Sute’……….Dashain ka bela sabai jana sute, Chor haru jage………That means all people like drona and others have slept, and only the thieves are roaming around in the night………..it was our interpretation to create some humour.
The actual meaning of ‘Aayu Drona Sute’ means May you have a long life like Son of Drona. The Son of Drona is called Asosthama, which is considered to be one of the Aastha Chiranjivi (Aastha Chiranjivi means those eight people who never die as per Hindu epics). Therefore, when our parents bless us saying ‘Aayu Drona Sute’, that means let my children have long life like Asosthama………that means you never die.
“Aayu drona sute” is in sanskrit and it is a long chant and each words used in the hymn signify something great thing about various people. It is basically the blessings given by your near and dear ones who are generally aged in your families and respected by all family members.
When I talk about Dashain, the nine days puja/worship to god and the tenth day Vijaya dashami should be fondly rembered. Dashain is a festival having fifteen days totally.
There are Dashain Kabita written by various great poets in Nepal. These Kabita/poems depict the grandeur of Dashain and enlighten more about Dashain.
In terms of food also, Dashain is something different like what did nepali people eat in dashain matters. It is mostly a non-veg festival unless you eat only vegetarian food. Generally, the non-vegetarian foods are eaten from 8th day of Navaratri, which is called MahaAsthami and that is today. People, as per their tradition, cut goat, buffalo, chicken etc. on this occasion.
My dashain wish cannot be fulfilled but I am yearning for going home. I wish that all Nepalese Celebtare Dashain in great mood.
By evening, I wish to post a nepali gazal about Dashain. I hope I can write a one to depict the beauty and majesty of this Festival.
Wish you all a Happy Dashain.
Once Again, Happy Dashain!

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Why not to write a detailed history of Nepali Congress?

Why not to write a detailed history of Nepali Congress?

As I have left my boring job, I am jobless these days having plenty of time to think what to do next. Sometimes, I can zero down on what to do and sometimes, I pass my day by doing only thinking. Today, while thinking on myriad of topics, a thought came to my mind. why not to read old essays from my book/magazine shelves.

I stumbled upon hard copy of old caravan magazine. Actually, it was a spiral bound office printed A4 sheet document with some interesting essays from the past. The essay I read was by Ram Chandra Guha on One Hundred and Twenty Five Years of Indian National Congress. Guha thinks that BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party which is currently ruling at Center in India) and other small regional parties are bigots and sectarians and only congress is THE PARTY of the people. (Of Course, it was written much much earlier to 2014 election of India) However, Mr. Guha seemed to be at pain to see "Pappuness" of Rahul Gandhi and his mother Madame Sonia. The whole point was how they have forgotten great congress leaders other than Gandhi family members.

While reading this, I started pondering why not to write a good account of How Nepali Congress Came into existence and how it struggled to eradicate Rana Regime and thereafter, to restore democracy back in Nepal in 1990. There was no alternative to "Nepali Congress" when we thought of democracy in Nepal. We must be able to read in future the great leaders of Nepali Congress and each one's contribution in fighting for the democracy.

I have seen two threats to Nepali Congress. The biggest was and is always the internal one. There are groups, and clans in the Congress Party who want to impose their own rules and reigns. There are clearly visible 36se and 64se in congress in different form, shape and size. There are divided Koiralas who are competing to get past to each other and there are other power centers like Deuba and Paudel camp. There may be other camps which we may not still be aware of.

There is another threat to Nepali Congress currently. This threat is not only to Congress party. All major Center and Center right parties of Nepal are facing the threat. There is a concerted malicious attempt in Nepali writings to show that all the center and rightist parties are synonymous to oppressors.

The attempt has steadfastly taken its firm hold in Nepalese mind due to sustained propaganda from dedicated echo-chambers. After few years, the oft repeated lies are taken as a granted truth. Hence, I think there is an urgent need to write about a detailed history of Nepali Congress, its leaders - past and present, its contributions to democracy and of course, an honest account of its failures to make record straight.

If we write a history of Nepali Congress, it would be a true history of Democracy in Nepal and those malingers would get to know what they quote as truth is a mere propaganda. I am completely aware that this para can bracket me in the list of regressive and my itching middle finger to those judgement makers.

Let me state the qualitative facts about Nepali Congress. Nepali Congress in Nepal is what Indian National Congress in India was at the time of independence. Nepal and India faced two different kinds of tyrants and required two different approaches to tackle them. But, both represented the hopes of the masses. Both fought for democracy and egalitarian society. Both championed the cause of liberty, fraternity, and democracy. Writing on Nepali Congress is nothing less than the service to the democracy of Nepal.

Guha in his essay pictures the abysmal understanding of history by Sonia and her Son. He authoritatively writes that they are somewhat drawn to politics due to family lineage and not by competence and not by the support by the people. Guha says this will apply even to Indira Gandhi. He deprecates them for forgetting the contributions of many in Quit India movements unlike Panditji (Jawaharlal Nehru). He mocks of current captains of Indian Congress party that they will hardly be able to write the way Nehru could write in "Discovery of India". This comment of Guha reminded me of BP Koirala. BP was an international leader from Nepal and certainly of a stature of Nehru. No one Congress leader after him has displayed such a versatility.

In the case of Indira, Sonia and Rahul, they were drawn to congress party politics due to family lineage and catastrophe which struck the family. So, there was no need of any competence, merit and intelligence. I think the same yardstick applies to Sujata Koirala, Prakash Koirala, Sekhar Koirala and other Koiralas including Girija Babu. I have not read a single intelligent piece written by them and this fact should also be written in that complete history of Nepali Congress if it is ever written. This will differentiate the democratic nature of Congress from those of new mushroom parties.

Will such history be ever written?

Please share if you have read or if you would suggest me/us to read any book on democratic struggle of Nepalis and the contributions of Congress Party.

Sunday, 27 July 2014

Nepal, Judiciary, Judges and their appointments - reflection

Well, the judicial appointment is a farce in Nepal. That we have seen recently. Despite constitutional mandate to clear name of the justices of Supreme Court of Nepal before their appointment, what we saw recently was the mockery of appointment. This was due to mockery of parliamentary discussion on the issue. (Read More Here how the appointment went ahead in May, 2014 in Nepal: http://www.thehimalayantimes.com/fullNews.php?headline=PHSC+okays+apex+court+judges%27++appointment&NewsID=416174 )

What followed thereafter was another tussle between lawmakers and journalists after the bill to curb defamation of courts and justices were introduced in Nepalese Parliament (Bill to punish the contempt of court). Journalists and the members of Civil Society made a hue and cry and rightly so. The allegations against the Law Minister of Nepal were that the bill was introduced as a direct effect of criticisms harped by Nepali journalists in the wake of recent judicial postings. 



I do not think any sane writers could have written anything good and read worthy on the process of judicial appointments practiced by “democratic” government of Nepal. The topic is certainly not meritorious. But, I am raising this topic after a gap in the wake of similar controversy in India where former Supreme Court Justice Katju alleged that former three Supreme Court Chief justices of India came under a government pressure to appoint a justice at Madras High Court and to extend his tenure despite Intelligence Bureau (IB) had found adverse records against him.


As compared to Nepalese Supreme Court, Indian judiciary has long history and tradition in appointing Judges and the duty is entrusted to a Collegium – which comprises mostly the senior most justices of SC. Once the Collegium refers the name, it will send the appointees' name to the Law Ministry which would then, advice the President of India to appoint the Justices. 

Of Course, the names referred by the SC Collegium is not binding to the Government though it may not out-rightly refuse to appoint the person referred by the Collegium. Instead, it may never forward the name of the person referred by the Collegium to the President of India and the person effectively, may not get appointed as SC Justice. This is exactly what recently happened in the case of the Senior Advocate Gopal Subrahmanium. (Read More Here:  http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/government-dropped-gopal-subramaniums-name-without-my-consent-cji/article6167083.ece )

As compared to Indian model of appointment of SC Justices, Nepal is supposed to have a better model. Nepal has a National Judicial Council (JC) which has members from judiciary, the bar and from the government (Law Minister). 

However, it is one thing to have a robust system on a paper and entirely different and defunct mechanism when it comes to practice. In the past, there were many occasions when SC Justices could not be appointed as Judicial Council itself did not have required quorum due to various defunct constitutional positions.

After Nepal’s Interim Constitution was promulgated in 2007 AD after the historic change of the country from Kingdom to Republican set up, a new euphoria had caught up the nation. Amidst the wave of change, some new provisions were inserted in the Interim Constitution where it was provided that the Justices should be like “Caesar's Wife" and must be above suspicion. Hence, it provided that a new test should be passed by them – that is clearance from the sovereign Parliament of Nepal, a clearance from Parliamentary Hearing Committee.

However, our practices show that good intentions alone cannot create a controversy free judiciary. Mere words in our Constitution can not ensure that clean Justices would be occupying the seat for handing down the justices. The intention and spirit of our Constitution needs to get backing from the deeds of our parliamentarians and as usual, as happened many times in the past, our representatives have failed and have made us feel that we have failed.

The problem with appointment of clean Justices at the highest court is hampered by nexus between politicians and probable appointees. We need to admit that political leanings and backings are still decisive factor in promoting any civil servants in Nepal including the Justices. The problem stems from the desire of politicians to get closer with the Judiciary and also due to the inability of our judiciary to distance itself from any political fears and favours. 

In India, the National Judicial Accountability Bill is being discussed these days with a hope that such instruments can curb the prevailing problems. In Nepal too, we need to start debating on such instruments which hopefully remove little more clouds of doubts in Judicial appoints before we reach our dreamland of corrupt free Judiciary, corruption free society.

Till then, lets hope we will not face a situation where we have to go to courts!

Thursday, 17 April 2014

The Dark/black side of Setopati’s Journalism

The Dark/black side of Setopati’s Journalism

"Setopati.com should have published a review of CK Lal's book and an individual editorial with an assessment of its contents rather than selective excerpts from the book. It has helped no one."

I have not written a blog post for a long time. This alone, should be a reason to write. However, when I sit these days with pen and paper or rather laptop in front of me, I can hardly concentrate on anything.
It is not the lack of issues but myriad of issues on which continuous speech and writings are required, are breaking my concentration. With some difficulty and with a little fear of being labelled as "troll", I muster this courage to express my views today.
I am sure it sounds unpleasant to many. It may even sound regressive to some. But, my views are my views. Either you take it or leave it, it is up to you.
Nepali Blogs and twitter Timelines are never boring places. They always have subjects to write, discuss, debate, and deliberate. There are different people with different views. There are some with politically superior views, as per their own assessments. The self-claimed superiority leads them towards a race of being more progressives, more liberal. In this race, the process of blaming others (who do not agree with you) becomes an ordinary daily chore those trolls (who, by the way, display their full name in twitter).
By disclosing their full names, they think they have the birth right to be considered as vanguard of democracy and with all those newly conceived and used words: loktantrawadi, sanghiyatabadi, pahichanwadi etc. They behave as if they are the pundits to name others with all sorts of adjectives (commonly and collectively referred as regressive) but simultaneously, play a victim card if dissenting voices are shared by others.
There are many who get a shelter and protection of progressives by calling themselves victims; by pointing a finger to "hill caste bahuns" and people of "hill caste bahuns" by default, become oppressors, regressive, aloktantrawadi, sanghiyata-birodhi, pahichan-birodhi etc.
This is nothing new and a part of daily discourse in Nepal. I do not expect it to stop at any time soon unless the buccaneering vanguard of "pahichanwadi" do not come to terms with sanity and rationality.
This blog is a process to address (or rather talk on) some of the issues that has kept the twitter feed abuzz during the past few days.
1. The self-proclaimed messiah CK Lal and dwindling role of Setopati in strengthening Journalism
There are many Parties in Nepal. This could be seen from recent election in Nepal and there are many "Patis" as well. This is a recent phenomenon and has by now, substantially gained a ground. You must be thinking what can be a co-relation between these Parties and Patis.
 It is simple. Some Patis favour some Parties and others favour others. To make it simpler, some Patis are like a mouthpiece of a particular political party. For example, we can see a very strong nexus between "Ratopati" and Maoists.
There are other Patis like Nilopati - having a strong bond with sex and carnal pleasure. There is Khabarpati - having a strong link with "news" apparently. In this crowd, the Setopati (www.setopati.com ) has established merely as another player offering some sorts of Khichadi. In terms of quality, all "Patis" are materially same. There is hardly any difference between "Nilopati" and "Setopati" (when compared with a quality in their respective fields of writings) and that has been a big let-down for the readers.
With experienced retirees on the Board, we expected "Setopati" to maintain an intellectual decency and honesty while reporting news and views but unfortunately, it could not rise even marginally above than all other "Patis".
Such latest dishonesty was galore when Setopati went to publish selected excerpts of CK Lal's book, CK Lal - a self-claimed messiah of marginalised. As rightly said by Ashutosh Tiwari, Mr Lal is a "big fish of a small pond".
It t is no secret that Lal does not mince a word to utter any nonsense against a "high hill caste" people.
Now, you may be wondering who these "high hill caste" people are! These are basically no one ordinarily, but only get prominence when they differ with views of Lal.
It is futile to reason with Lal and with his clique. His coterie would line up before him with folded hands (in Namaskar Mudra) as if Lal is a divine figure and starts giving gospel at every word he writes or utters.
Since Lal is a man beyond reason and rationality, "Setopati" found it every effective to use him as a force to attract some rowdy online visitors.
It is no surprise that Setopati was started with a much fanfare and at some point of time; it had big ambition to charge readers for reading its news. But, the dreams must have been faded away by now as there is hardly any news that can keep the readers engaged in their website.
The ploy of Setopati was always to present sensational news to increase its visitors. We can imagine the quality of journalism practiced by Setopati from its very beginning. The news reports were based on the Facebook and twitter status messages of leaders. In addition to these, there were virulent attacks on Lokman Singh when he was, at least, making an effort to catch the public servants involved in corruption.
The coherent virulent attack on the few political leaders and Lokman Singh Karki were the hallmark of their journalism. They could never travel beyond this shoddy benchmark. This standard has fallen to its nadir after the elections were over in Nepal. Setopati needed some sensational stuff to catapult itself on the timeline of twitter and CK Lal has been a good fodder to them.
On one hand, Setopati needed a helping hand and for a people like of CK Lal, what a blessing it has been. It came to our knowledge from that sensational Setopati article that CK Lal has written a book called "Mithila Manthan" which would have gone unnoticed but thanks to symbiotic relationship between Setopati and CK, it has managed to create some noise. I am sure Setopati and CK both are having a last laugh by attracting some visitors to the site and may be sale of few more copies of CK Book.
On this whole affair, many people have expressed their anguish on the CK's views whereas per Setopati, CK has stated that Nepali Language is created by British for the Army. I do not see any merits in CK's views but how we fool ourselves by trying to find some truths and merits in CK's views. CK has always expressed untrammelled, very coherent views based on factual inaccuracies and by distorting the historical facts. He has once again succeeded in doing so.
However, on this whole affair, Setopati (literal meaning in Nepali is “White Board”) has managed very successfully to blacken itself. It has resorted to test the emotional side of Nepalese who, forget their own differences among different communities, go to any extent to defend the nationalism - Nepali nationalism.
With a little bit of experiences on their side, Setopati fully knew its repercussions and knowingly, allowed the space to CK Lal. The explosives passages from the CK Lal’s book in Setopati has given a much needed boost to online presence of Setopati and to CK Lal’s unmerited book. This also gave ample opportunities to them who have always played a victim card and call others “troll”.
As an observer of rise of journalism in Nepal and looking at the freedom it enjoys to express, it is sad to see the demise of honest journalism at Setopati. The website should have actually published a review of the book by looking at all the views that Lal expresses and should have taken an individual editorial or collective editorial position whether they agree or to what extent. Rather than giving any complete picture to the readers, it has enjoyed by playing the tune of CK Lal and let the emotions flare up for no apparent journalistic gain.
What a black journalism it has been over the last few days!

(Without any reference to CK Lal, I will talk about the Nepali Language and its history in some other posts.) 

Saturday, 5 October 2013

बडादशैं र विजयादशमीको हार्दिक मंगलमय सुभकामना

आज घटस्थापना को दिन रहेछ. तर थाहा नै नपाइ बित्यो. तर पनि केहि छैन, दशैँ आएको छ, नेपालीहरुको महान पर्ब दशैं आएको छ. नेपाली हरुको महान पर्ब बडादशैं र विजयादशमीको उपलक्क्ष्यमा समस्त नेपालीहरुमा हार्दिक मंगलमय सुभकामना.

म अहिले भारतमा बसेर यो लेख लेख्दैछु. बिदेसिनुको पिडा यहि हो. आफ्नो चाडबाड पनि ढुक्क सग मनाउन नपाइने, परिवारजन हरु साथमा नहुने. अनि चाड पर्बहरु चाडपर्ब जस्ता नै हुदैनन्. कहिलेकाही ता चाडपर्ब आएको त्यति थाहा पनि नपाइने. जस्तै आज भयो. घटस्थापना भन्ने थाहा नै नपाएको. घरमा भएको भए बिहान बिहानै आमा बुवाले नुहाई धुवाई गरेर जमरा राख्नु हुन्थ्यो. त्यो अध्यारो ठाउमा धान, मकै, गहु, जहु को भिजाएको दाना माटोमा राखेर जमरा राख्नुको मजा नै बेग्लै. त्यो जमार उम्रियेपछी दशौ दिनका दिन जब विजयादशमी आउथ्यो, तब टिका र आशिकको साथमा सिरमा लगाइन्थ्यो. ति दिनहरु अहिले केवल याद मात्रै गर्न सक्छु. आशा गर्छु अर्को वर्षा समस्त परिवारजनको साथमा नेपालमै दशैँ मनाउन पाउनेछु.#

अलिकति दशैं कसरी मनाइन्छ भन्ने बारेमा कुरा गर्न चाहन्छु. आज घटस्थापना. आजबाट सातौ दिन सम्म सामान्य नै हुन्छ. किनमेल, लत्ताकपडा, केटाकेटीलाई नया लुगा, सरसामान, चिनी, मसला, दशैंको मासुको लागि खसीको जोहो आदी.

सातौ दिनलाई सप्तमी भनिन्छ र तामझाम का साथ् फूलपाती भित्र्याइञ्छ. आठौ दिन महाअस्टमी र नवौ दिन महानवमी. यो पर्ब मा नोन भेज यानीकी मासु खाने चलन छ. अस्टमी र नवमी मा प्राय घरमै खसी काटेर मासू खाइन्छ. अनि दशौ दिन बिजया दशमी. यो दिन बाट पुर्णिमा सम्म आफ्ना मान्यजन, बुवाआमा, हजुरबा, हजुरआमा, काकाकाकी, मामा लगायतका मान्यजन सग टिका जमरा लिएर आशिर्बाद लिने चलन छ.

दशैं मा टिका जमराको साथमा आशिष दिने चलन छ. दशैंमा प्रयोग हुने मन्त्र हरु मध्ये यो प्रमुख मन्त्र संस्कृतमा छ.

“आयु द्रोण सुते
श्रीयं दशरथे
शत्रु क्षयं राघवे
ऐश्वरयं नहुसे
ग्तिस्चः पवने
मानं चः दुर्योधने
सूर्यो शान्त बने
बलं चः हलधरे
सत्यं चः कुन्ती सुते
सुज्ञानी विदुरे
प्रवृत्ति भवतान्
कृतिस्चः नारायणे ”

यो मन्त्रको अर्थ यो हुन्छ की तिमीलाई संसारका सबै राम्रा कुराहरुले पुगुन. जसतै आयु द्रोणपुत्र को जस्तो होस्. द्रोणका छोरा अस्वस्थामा थिए. अस्वस्थामा अस्ट्चिरनजिबि हुन्. यसको अर्थ उनि कहिल्यै मर्दैनन. त्यस्तै गरेर श्रेय राजा दसरथ्को जस्तो होस्. आदि आदी.

फेरी एकपटक सबैजनालाई विजयादशमी र बडा दशैको सुभकामना
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In my blog post above, I have written about National Festival of Nepal "Dashain". I will be writing more on "Dashain" and "VijayaDashami" in my blog on coming days. I will write some of the posts in English as well so that our worldwide visitors will be able to know much about Nepali Culture and Festival.

Sunday, 29 September 2013

Book Review - The Difficulty of Being Good by Gurcharan Das

I have just finished reading this book - "The Difficulty of Being Good" by Gurcharan Das. This is what I think about the masterpiece.

The Difficulty of Being Good - by Gurcharan Das Photo Credit: Goodreads
I started with a word masterpiece which indeed it is. The Book revolves around a one question, and that important question is Why should we be good? The Question is simple but answer appears to difficult and confusing. The book has beautifully attempted to unravel some of the answers and has tried to examine them on the light of the human frailties.

Gurcharan Das was a CEO of a multinational P&G before he took an early retirement and went back to University to study Mahabharata, ancient Indian Hindu Literature/History. The book is born out of his study of Mahabharata and related literature on human nature, morality and society's developments throughout.

Mr. Das, mostly brings forward the stories and anecdotes from Mahabharata, gives us the background of series of actions, the conduct of the protagonists. And, then tries to examine the roles, conduct, reactions replies and characters of the protagonist. He does not do that alone. He involves the readers throughout. He keeps on questioning and make us think: His questions are usual and repetitive like What a character should have done? How s/he would have done? Why something happened to the character? etc. etc.

When he asks these common questions, he makes the readers to sop for a moment and to ponder for an answer. If the answer was an easy one, or rather there were fitting answers to each question, the book would not have been a masterpiece. It attains the status of masterpiece simply because the author manages to ask such questions which can not be easily answered. The attempt of our answering tests our values, our character, our concept of morality, our upbringing, our education and many of such things.

While asking these cryptic questions, the author refers to various events and incidents from Mahabharata and from Bhagawat Gita and examines its teachings vis a vis those of western philosophers like Immanuel Kant, Auguste Comte, Aristotle, Homer.

Lets think for a while. We have been told by our parents from our childhood to be good but what it means when they tell us to be good and why. The question is what is good and what makes people bad. Does it mean not to fight, not to drink, not to gamble? It is generally true that resorting to violence is bad but what if others try to harm us. If others know that we do not fight and always try to humiliate us. They may take our approach of nonviolence as our weakness and may take our advantage.

Gandhi told us fifty years ago that we must turn another cheek if someone slaps us. But, is that possible in this modern nasty and crooked world? These are the questions author asks repeatedly and helps us to find some answers.

Problem with these questions as the author and anyone else would agree that there are no definite answers. Even the term good becomes relative. For Buddha and for the followers of Buddhism, nonviolence is good whatever may be the situation. Contrary to Buddhist belief, for the believers of the Dharmayuddha which was fought in Kurukshetra, nonviolence is not always the solution. In the War at Kurukshetra, Lord Krishna says to Arjuna, "you must fight because of your duty - the noble duty of the Kshatriya - to protect its Kingdom and to rule". So, does Mahabharata encourage War and Violence?

Was it good to fight and kill Kauravas? What Pandavas achieved at the end? Victory. But, the Dharma King Yudhisthira says the victory is hollow as there is almost no one to be ruled. Everyone has died. Then, what was the purpose of the war? What they achieved? Dharma King Yudhisthira himself, resorted to the path of asatya momentarily especially in Killing Guru Drona. Despite that we call it a "Dharmayuddha".

More importantly, was it wise for a great King Yudhisthira to play a game of dice, engage in gambling and in process to wager even his wife Draupadi. If there was no participation by Yudhisthira in the game of dice, most probably, there would never have been Mahabharata. In that sense, should not the entire blame go to Yudhisthira?

No one can answer these questions. It is like our life. There are many situations in our own life where we may not be fair, we may not be certain of our own acts. We may fail to see consequences of our own actions and realize our mistakes only when something unwanted happens. If we try to recover from that unpleasant situations, we may face multiple difficulties, obstacles. This may lead us to believe on fate and not on rationality. We struggle always to be good but circumstances may go against us which force us not to be so good.

The curtains falls on the books without answering things properly but it gives ample clues to show us the path to the answer. Whether you are able to walk on the path shown by it to find the true answers depends on your own conviction and judgement.

Note: If you are interested on the topics of morality and philosophy and little bit on theology, you will enjoy the book and you must read it.

Wednesday, 28 August 2013

तिमि र म र हाम्रा मनका चाहना हरु

त्यो "शाम"
तिमि र म
"मेरिना बिच" को किनार मा
समुन्द्री छाल र लहर हरु हेर्दै
मनभित्रका छाल हरुलाई दबाउन बाध्य भयौ
त्यो बर्षौ अघिको "इभिनिंग"

हालसालै फेरी हाम्रो अर्को भेटमा
न कुनै सोच, न बिचार लाइ दबाउन जरुरि थियो
तर हामीले "प्रिटेण्ड" गरेउ
हामि अझै बाध्य छौ
मनका ज्वारभाटालाइ दबाउन

तिम्रो अधरको त्यो प्यास
तिम्रो ओठको त्यो चाहत
सबै बुझे मैले र बुझ्यौ तिमीले तर
तर सम्हाल्यौ हामीले आफैलाई
किन किन

त्यो हाम्रो अन्तिम भेटमा
तिमीले सायद बुझ्यौ होला
उमेर गएर के भो र
हाम्रो माया यथावत छ
अर्को भेटको आशामा
पर्खाइमा
आइ एम वेटिङ्ग!

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This blog is created to develop the Nepali Poems, Nepali Kabita, Nepali Sahitya, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Sayari and Nepali Muktaks. In this blog, we talk about old and new Nepali Kabitas, Nepali Poems and Nepali Gajals written by old and new Nepali Poets.

We will try to cover all kinds on Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal in this blog. If you write Nepali Poems or Nepali Gajal or Nepali Kabita, Please send to us. We will publish your Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal in our blog. We will help everyone to develop skills of writing Nepali Kabita, Nepali Gajal and Nepali Poems and you can be a finest Poems.

Nepali Gajal, Nepali Kabita and Nepali Kabita Haru is a very rich and developed areas. There are many Poets and Kabis writing in Nepali. नेपाली साहित्य is a very rich one. It has very different areas of Nepali Kabita, Nepali Poem, Nepali Gajal, Nepali Gazal and it is being enriched day by day. 

Kabita is a Nepali word for Nepali Poem. There are other types of Nepali Poems which are called Nepali Gazal or Nepali Gajal. In Nepali, Nepali Poem is written as नेपाली कबिता - these are Nepali Poems.

Nepali Gazals and Nepali Kabitas are written on different areas. There are Nepali Love Kabita, Nepali Love Gajal. There are various Nepali Gajal Collections published around the world and in Nepal. The Nepali Gajals are widely liked and appreciated by Nepali Kabita and Nepali Gajal loving people. In Nepali Sahitya Sansar, Gajal has taken very important place. नेपाली गजल is becoming very popular day by day among Nepali Poems, Kabita and Gajal liking People. The Gajal Sansar is becoming very very rich day by day with new Nepali Kabita, New Nepali Gajal. The Nepali KabitaHaru will reach to another height with Nepali Muktak Haru.

Among the Nepali Poems and Nepali Gajals, mostly love Nepali Kabita are famous among Nepali Sahitya Loving People. Among Nepali Gajals, sad Nepali Gajals are famous among the Nepali Sahitya Lovers. 

There are many Gajals/Gazals where sorry has been expressed by Poem Writers in Nepal. There are many Ramro Nepali Kabita Haru published by Nepali Poets and Nepali Kabita Writers. We are targeting to develop this blog as a collection blog for Nepali Gazal and Nepali Kabita.

Sunday, 11 August 2013

My concurring but different views on Prateek Pradhan's opinions

The Chief Editor of Nagarik National Daily in Nepal has written a very good editorial on its web edition of August 11, 2013. The subject concerns with the people's right to spend wherever they wish to. The Article has been titled as "हुनेले सकेजति खर्च गर!"   in Nepali which can be translated as "Spend as much as you can (if you afford to)".

The article is written on the background of caution notice, in general, from Nepal's Commission on Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) asking people not to spend unnecessarily in social and cultural functions and in parties like in marriage, Bratabandha (Thread Ceremony), and in Anniversary etc. Post such issuance of notice, it is reported that Nepal's one advocated cancelled the party scheduled to be organised on occasion of his son's marriage. The advocate has been reported to have said that he has paid a heed to such notice issued by CIAA.

With respect to the subject matter, Mr. Pradhan writes in his editorial whether CIAA has such power to issue notices with respect to the enforcement of Nepal's one of such archaic laws. Mr. Pradhan argues that CIAA is entrusted only to take actions against public servants if they have committed acts of corruption or any such corrupt practices by abusing the authority of the law or position. Mr. Pradhan further questions if CIAA wants to usurp such powers to enforce such other laws than for which it has been established. Can CIAA do so? and Are we under an obligation to submit ourselves before the jurisdiction of CIAA? This part of the editorial is well argued on the basis of various sections under the CIAA Act. The Editor, Mr. Pradhan has not concluded anything in the article but he has brought his point very well - can CIAA act like a law enforcement authority? also, is the public law restricting the number of people in a social function relevant in the current Nepali society? This is the first part.

On the second part of the article, Mr. Pradhan positions himself as a champion of free market economy but without clearly stating so. His point is to let the rich spend on their own whims and fancies so that poor gets benefited. The point is if a rich throws a party, he will buy rice, vegetables, meet, milk etc. from the poor or from some businessman who in turn employs a poor man. Finally, the money reaches to a poor man and economy gets benefited.

While putting down his arguments, he argues that the money will not be spent in the country if such prohibitions are placed in place. His fear is such monies may be spent in Delhi or Singapore rather than in Nepal. He fears the capital flight which is understandable. In the whole article, he shows how money is spent by government by passing budgets and in a way shows his convictions on 'Keynesian economics'.

His arguments definitely have points. But,

His writing is completely silent on checks and balances on such expenses. His point advocates rampant spending on parties if people can afford to pay. But, how that directly benefits the economy is hard to say without any hard data and evidence.

Has he made any study what is the percentage of such monies that are spent on alcohol? on imported liquors/cigarettes? Spending high amount on alcohol (both domestically procured and imported) does not bring any intended benefits of the nature Mr. Pradhan believes. What about crimes associated with parties? The social cost of drinking and injury or say, increase in crimes - targeted at the spender? I am only raising these issues which Mr. Pradhan does not bother to touch. Unfortunately, he simply claims that people will not make any competition in spending if such laws are not enforced which is hard to believe in either way.

I am not the one who believes spending by citizen should be discouraged but will definitely not advocate for scrapping of such laws which try to regulate unfruitful spending. The law may be outdated and may need revision. That is a fair point but to ask to scrap it completely is to turn a deaf ear on Nepal's gross imbalance of haves and have not.

Some of the procedures that might be followed to regularise such spending are:


  • To mandate to make payment only through Cheque if the payment exceeds some threshold amount, say more than Rs. 50,000/- (to curb the black money), 
  • To quote payee's Income Tax Registration No./Business Registration No. on such payments,
  • To increase the rate of VAT on such renting of party palaces,
  • Increase VAT/excise duty/imports duty on cigarettes and liquors,
  • Most probably to impose VAT on sale of food and drinks if party palace is licensed to sell alcohol. Some tax discounts (lower rate) on sale of food when alcohol is not served in party palaces.

My point is that we can not afford to be so liberal when it comes to spending on unfruitful ventures. If we are able to create some sorts of equal society in the future, we can afford to be so liberal but not just yet!

The Original Article can be read here.

Monday, 22 July 2013

What is next, in Nepal?

We hardly have any time these days to think about what happens to us in coming few years. We are busy to understand the present, to make our living at present relevant. We hardly get time to think about future of Nepal. It seems we are quite content with 'New' Nepal.

The same "New Nepal" which we thought will be a better living place for all of us. We thought we will unite after abolishing monarchy, after bringing Maoist to main political stream. We were dreaming that Maoists will learn to behave and prosperity is just a matter of few years.

Little more than few years have passed. Maoist presented all their colours and standards. Nepal has almost descended to anarchy. We want to be democratic but have entrusted government mechanism to a complete novice in managing government and politics. We are at his and their mercy. We believe that he will conduct free and fair election and gives democracy back to us. If that happens! I repeat if that happens - that if power is transferred from Khilraj Regmi to democratically elected government, that day should be declared as a new "Democracy Day". Or, rather looking at the Nepalese Trend in Democracy day, that day will be one more "Historical Democracy Day".

Looking at the webpages of news sites, discussion at public forums and social media, it is not difficult to fathom that we are getting less interested in politics these days seriously. I mean we talk about politics all day so that we can easily pass our time but almost all the time, we are happy to resort to sarcasm. We are loving it when we make fun of Prachanda - Maoist Supremo and his deputy - Doctor Bhattarai. We do not spare Sushil Da (Congress President) or Jhalnath (UML Chairman). That shows we simply do not care about politics any more. If election happens, we may go to vote but if that does not happen in November, 2013, common Nepalese have nothing to worry.

Hence, I decipher we care less about Nepal these days. Either we trust Lord Pashupatinath too much or have realised that our talks/care has no meaning when politics is driven from outside Nepal or from some other place than Singh Darbar.

Then, What Next, in Nepal?

Simply nothing. I do not see decreasing number of people going to Gulf. Little more educated and lucky will be in US and Europe as Student and PR and doctorate on so on for many years. And, poor and unlucky may end up being in JNU or Punjab washing dishes in small restaurants and doing security guard job. Till the time, the egoism of political parties, the dreams of Maoist to capture state and the selfishness of fringe parties and leaders do not end, there is nothing Next.

Our generation sounds pessimistic and hopeless but This is the Truth.

Sunday, 23 June 2013

Remembering my First Paris Trip - Good Bye Europe

(Note: This post was written much before May 1, 2013 thinking that just before I take off from France, I shall post it. However, I do not know why I could not/did not post it for a long time. 
JFYI that I have returned to Nepal by finishing my almost 5 months long work in France and now, will be travelling around India and Nepal as a freelance consultant on law, politics and human right issues. Today, I am posting my good bye post written on the eve of my departure from France to Nepal.)

Within a week, I am saying Good bye to Europe. The good bye this time will be of a different type as I have decided to move on. What does that mean? That means I will have to wait for a long time to be in Europe again. The things have changed in the office and because of the global economic scenario and restructuring in the work force in my NGO, the number of training in the Europe have come down.

Despite these all changes, I have been promised a training in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for a period of 3-15 days sometimes around 2013 October-December. That means I have to wait for a long time before I can think of travelling. If things do not go well, I expect I will be in the UK from February-March, 2014 as a part of "moving on". However, that will be my own decision!

Coming back to saying Goodbye to Paris, I remember my first trip to this lovely City way back in 2010 April. That is three years ago. We were arranged for a stay in a Quite peaceful but ordinary sub-urban Hotel called "Balladins Gennevilliers". The Hotel was really far from the main town Paris and we were advised to buy ticket of Three Zones. I guess we paid almost Euro 8.50 per person per day during those days.

We were people from different nationalities and Paris was new to everyone. In fact, Europe was new to everyone. We took maps, internet print outs and where ever we could see Indians and Asians (Chinese) faces used to ask for Roads. The problem was that localities may not speak English and the easiest thing to deal was with Indians - spoke English, friendly and helpful.

Those were the days and Today it is! After that first trip, I have made many longer trips to this city. This time, I stayed here almost for 5 months. It reminds me little bit like Delhi - Little dirty, crowded, and not so safe as compared other European Cities - my perception but of course, many many times better than Delhi in terms of security. The metros are old and crowded here but always on time. The Ticketing system is old one and irritating. However, the city has never lost the charm. I have visited the same places again and again and I still find them so new and charming each time I visit them.

I still remember how we traveled from "Balladins Gennevilliers" on that first day in Train and changing Trains and Metros here and there and here I am today! Good bye Paris. I shall miss almost everything about Paris, a very good life here and the signature Music in Every Metro Tram played by Street Musicians expecting few Cents, if not Euro.

I will leave Paris humming this music and please listen to this lovely French Music. The Song is called "Les Champs Elysees" recorded in 1979 and Singer is Joe Dassin. I understand only the word "Sanjalije" or something like that.

Good Bye!

Friday, 12 April 2013

Adolf Hitler, Jewish and Unknown Facts-Why Hitler killed Jews?


First of all, Adolf Hitler was not a German. Though he spoke German, he was from Austria. It is said that it is not unknown who is Hitler's father. There is a doubt that he actually might be a Jew.

In Austria, Adolf Hitler had many good Jewish Friends. In the process of growing up, it is said that many Jewish friends helped him. Adolf Hitler wanted to become an artist but he was mediocre. When Hitler went to an Arts School, he was rejected there and advised that he can not be a good artist.

There is a line of argument that Hitler thought that Jewish people did not want him to be Artist as the board of admissions was all Jewish. So, there could be that Hitler wanted to take this revenge in its worst form.

It is said that when Adolf Hitler attacked Austria, he ordered to destroy completely his native village where he was born and spent his childhood. The story is that he feared that his father might be a Jewish one and he hated his father, the Jewish and any attachment to his father and father's home.

As a mode of justification of killing of Jewish, Hitler developed the "Aryan Race Theory". Hitler considered that the Germans - Aryans were the Pure Race and the people with the best race. As per Hitler, Jewish were the people with inferior race. Jewish Race did not deserve to live and Hitler blamed Jewish for the defeat of Germany in World War I (WWI). These are the explainable but possible reasons why #Hitler committed the most heinous crime in Human History. For Hitler, the Aryans were the Master Race and Jewish People did not fit into his "Concept of Master Race".


As per the report on Daily Mail, an English News paper, it might be that it was convenient for Hitler to put a blame on Jewish. The Daily Mail Report says, quoting a history book, "At the time almost half of all German private banks were Jewish owned, the stock exchange dominated by Jewish stockbrokers, almost half of the nation’s newspapers were Jewish run as were 80 per cent of chain stores. It became fashionable to decry the loss of the war on Jewish financiers."

It is said that Hitler was always against Communism and blamed Jews for Russian Revolution under Lenin in the decade of 1910s. Many Communist philosophers had Jewish Links.

Therefore, there were possibly many reasons why Hitler was against Jews. But, whatever the reasons might be, he indulged in undeniably the most atrocious crimes in Human History.