Poetic Juncture in Mohan Koirala’s An Introduction to Land


  • L. Vaishnavi, Ph.D. Research Scholar, PG &Research Department of English, Thiruvalluvar Government Arts College Rasipuram, India.
  • Dr. V. Suganthi Assistant Professor in English, PG &Research Department of English Thiruvalluvar Government Arts College Rasipuram, India


Poverty, freedom, tradition, culture, dynasty.


The major theme of Nepali Literature is people who live in Nepal and their customs, tradition and activities. There were many notable Nepali writers and one among them is Mohan Koirala a prominent figure of Nepal literature. He is an eminent poet who talks about the freedom of Nepali People on his writings. His works are inspirational and deliberated for many writers in Nepali literature. “An Introduction to Land” is about the consequence of the rules and regulations of Rana Dynasty which has been clearly picturised by the author and he encourages people to overcome such violence in their lives. It is one of the best moral poems that helps to overcome the fear of the higher class people and to abolish slavery act. 


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Vaishnavi, L., & Suganthi, D. V. (2019). Poetic Juncture in Mohan Koirala’s An Introduction to Land. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 7(2), 9. Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/6813