Sanskriti Ko Naya Yatra Exercise - Class 11 Questions Answers

 

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About the Sanskriti Ko Naya Yatra:

Sanskriti ko Naya yatra is a Aatmaparak Nibanda, New Syllabus in the Class 11 Nepali Book. The writer of the Poem is Sudha Tripathi.The Nibanda is about the culture of Nepal. You can get more idea after reading a nabinda or the summary of the nibanda.

 

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About the author:
Author Name: Dr. Sudha Tripathi
Birthdate:  2015 Jeth 28 B.S, Darjeeling
Parents: Bhawanidevi Tripathi / Jagannath Tripathi
Education:- Nepali Vishyama Vidyavaridhi (Nepali Novel ma Feminist Consciousness)
Attachment:-Professor (Tribhuvan University) Present Vice-Chancellor and Head of Education
Poetry, Fiction, Essay, Drama Literature Writing, Criticism, Textbook Writing
Published Literature:-
Chodal, Dharti and Asthaharu (Essay)
Sat, tie and sungur (essay)
Chanybetika Baglay Kura (Essay Collection)
Dyastra Chautari (Criticism)
Naribadi saundarya chintan (Criticism)
bhagya (story)
Specialties:
Progressive litterateur, Feminist genius, Nariharuka Lagi inspirational personality
 
Summary :
Nepal is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multilingual country. Culturally, our country is prosperous. In this essay, the characteristics of Nepali culture, and the existing distortions in the name of culture are discussed.

The discriminatory superstitions in our society have hurt the essayist a lot. Through the essay, he wants to build a common culture and a society free from discrimination. In this essay, it is mentioned that we have to put an end to the evil practices, superstitions, exploitation, and oppression that are being avoided in the name of culture. 
 
In this essay, he has carried the objective of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' culture and has also entrusted the responsibility of setting this journey of culture to the present generation.

Highlights:
1. In his childhood, the essayist had a very pleasant experience of Dashain,
2. Knowing that Dashain Tihar is our culture, he has always been in his psychology.
3. After coming to Kathmandu, Buddhapurnima, Lhosar, Kismus, Maghi, Deuda, etc. were known,
4. The diversity of Nepali society seems to the writer like a silo connecting Mechi Mahakali,
5. Our society has a common flower garden and different races and cultures are our property,
6. Through self-study, the essayist gained real knowledge and life-consciousness,
7. Humans are born in a natural way, because of various reasons there is a differences in human beings,
8. The perception that the essayist has a wrong culture of discriminating between rich and poor, working-class,
9. Culture flourishes in labor, labor is the progress of the people, the reputation of the labor nation,
10. Discrimination against women in society, the role of men and women, chhaupadi, etc., bothered the essayist.
11. Rebellion of women like Mangaladevi, and Yogamaya is necessary to build an egalitarian society,12. Constitutionally established cultural identity and now it is implemented in Nepalese culture.
13. Gender, caste, varna, and caste based on the difference between human beings to be born as a common child of nature,
14. culture, identity, lifestyle, and experience
15. Discrimination on the basis of gender, caste, varna, and caste was removed only once and for establishing an egalitarian and just society, Garinuparne,
16. 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (The whole world is one family) with the aim of establishing a culture and now it is the responsibility of taking the same journey to the culture.

If you have any queries regarding the Nibanda or any other issue you are free to comment down below.

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