Chapter 2 : Gauko Maya Class 11 Exercise Question Answer Solution
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About Author :
Name: Ismali (Maheshwarprasad Upadhyay)
Birthplace: Aurahi, Mahottari District Janakpur Zone
Date of Birth: 2012 Jestha 4
Parents: Govindprasad Upadhyay, Tilkumari Devi Poudel
Education: Post Graduate (Mathematics)
Services: Teaching, Sanothimi Campus, Bhaktapur
Major Novels: Seto Atanka, Zero Mile, etc
Storyteller Ismaili i.e. Maheshwar Prasad Upadhyaya (2012) is a young storyteller of Nepali literature.
Ismaili, who writes mainly in the field of fiction and novels, seems to have started his story journey from the story of Rind ko thicho (2031). He has made significant contributions to the development and expansion of Nepali literature by publishing excellent collections of novels such as seto atanka, Zero Mile, Purushartha,macho macho byaguto, euta arko prithvi, Gham Gham jasto xaena, Chimpanzee ko chinta, and Islami ko pratinidhi.
His literary features are his satire on the distortions and anomalies of social events and the belief that social equality should be maintained. One of the most popular Islamic stories is the story of 'Gauko maya', which deals with the social issues of the Midwestern Terai.
“Gauko Maya” Katha is an excellent story written by Maheshwar Prasad Upadhyaya covering the rural life of the Central Terai. This is especially true by Expressing the fact that the character has not been able to return to the village for a long time after leaving the village but the love of the village is immense, and the life of the people of the village, activities, class discrimination and trials and the dialogue between the characters have become the main theme.
The first part of the story depicts the situation of leaving the village as a foreigner due to compulsion, leaving the company of the village friends, and not being able to participate in various activities taking place in the village.
on the way to the village, many curiosities have arisen in the mind of the "Ma" character, and the sorrow of having to stay away from has been remembered. In the second part, meeting with friends and having a dialogue between them, the upper-class people in the village seem to be conspiring to destroy the unity of the poor class people to fulfill their selfish interests and to prevent change in the lives of the poor.
By exploiting, torturing, and oppressing the poor, they are trying to confirm the fact that they are ready to fight against the upper class who consider them their slaves. In the last part, the test seems to have urged the 'Ma' character or Krishna to come and stay in the village and play a role in social change.
In this way, it is sought to convey the message that all citizens have an equal role to play in solving problems and maintaining equality in the village.
The present story seems to point toward class discrimination, economic inequality in Nepali society, and the need to work for social reform to bring change in the lives of the poor.
The story basically raises the issue of the role of all those who have left the village or left the village to move forward and build an egalitarian society by changing the place where they live.
The essence of the story is to bring the infrastructure of development to the village and to assimilate the love and harmony in the village. The essence of the story is to bring the infrastructure of development to the village and to assimilate the love and harmony in the village.