Paperback è रक्तकुण्ड eBook Þ

Paperback è रक्तकुण्ड eBook Þ


रक्तकुण्ड ❂ [EPUB] ✺ रक्तकुण्ड By Krishna Abiral ➛ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Rakta Kunda meaning ‘pool of blood’ is a Nepali novel by journalist Krishna Abiral Based on the accounts of real event that took place in the year 2001 precisely the Royal Massacre the novel tries Rakta Kunda meaning ‘pool of blood’ is a Nepali novel by journalist Krishna Abiral Based on the accounts of real event that took place in the year precisely the Royal Massacre the novel tries to describe and explain the context and the background as well as the activity that took place before during and after the monstrous actThe story is based on the conversation with a mother and daughter duo who served as the maids to ueen Mother Ratna Rajya Laxmi and former ueen Komal respectively To be on the safe side the writer labeled the book as a novel although everything written in it is true He interviewed the ladies and cross examined their answers and descriptions with other palace and security officialsThe book gives an account of series of events that took place before and during the massacre which is said to be masterminded by the then Crown Prince Dipendra because he has arguments and fight with his mother the then ueen Aishwarya Although the people of Nepal and the world are made to believe that the massacre was masterminded by the then Crown Prince the book suggests otherwise It mentions that the Crown Prince was framed and the killing had continued even after the prince fell to the ground after he shot himself in chest Also the absence of firearms near his body points somewhere else It also mentions what the Royal family members and their guests were doing when the tragedy struckThe book has revealed many secrets of the palace and the Royal families not only of that in fateful night but also those that had happened years ago during the times of King Mahendra as well as King Tribhuvan It also explains the misdeeds of the previous kings highlighting the negative aspects and part of the Nepali Royal FamilyThe novel was published some years after the massacre took place as the informant as well as the writer feared for their safety Rakta Kunda by Krishna Abiral is a good read if you are curious about what had happened on that night in however the mystery still looms and has not been solved although the book opens up many untold stories and accounts of the night.

  • Paperback
  • 140 pages
  • रक्तकुण्ड
  • Krishna Abiral
  • Nepali
  • 18 October 2016

10 thoughts on “रक्तकुण्ड

  1. Ekata Niraula Ekata Niraula says:

    well for someone who is really interested in the massacre of Royal familyit's an interesting bookbut if it's fiction or actual reallity the author have been stating I don't knowbut it's interesting none the lesswhile it leads to nothing when uestion is asked about the total truth of Royal Palace and Royal Massacre

  2. Minesh Sapkota Minesh Sapkota says:

    यहाँ बाट पढ्न मिल्दैन?

  3. Přäfůł Ţhâpå Přäfůł Ţhâpå says:

    how to read?

  4. Samrat Pandey Samrat Pandey says:

    it is the book who has fact of the past event held in the nepal like darbar hatya kandya

  5. Gaurav Dahal Gaurav Dahal says:

    Good

  6. Nisha Nisha says:

    i felt like reading extramartial affairs of the royal familyya most of the people in general believe in this storybut adeuate supporting facts are not providedits seems like a theory

  7. Kiran Adhikari Kiran Adhikari says:

    Want to read it

  8. Agni Agni says:

    Great

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10 thoughts on “रक्तकुण्ड

  1. Ekata Niraula Ekata Niraula says:

    well for someone who is really interested in the massacre of Royal familyit's an interesting bookbut if it's fiction or actual reallity the author have been stating I don't knowbut it's interesting none the lesswhile it leads to nothing when uestion is asked about the total truth of Royal Palace and Royal Massacre

  2. Minesh Sapkota Minesh Sapkota says:

    यहाँ बाट पढ्न मिल्दैन?

  3. Přäfůł Ţhâpå Přäfůł Ţhâpå says:

    how to read?

  4. Samrat Pandey Samrat Pandey says:

    it is the book who has fact of the past event held in the nepal like darbar hatya kandya

  5. Gaurav Dahal Gaurav Dahal says:

    Good

  6. Nisha Nisha says:

    i felt like reading extramartial affairs of the royal familyya most of the people in general believe in this storybut adeuate supporting facts are not providedits seems like a theory

  7. Kiran Adhikari Kiran Adhikari says:

    Want to read it

  8. Agni Agni says:

    Great

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