Forget Kathmandu: an elegy for democracy

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Penguin, Viking, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 260 pages
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Author's impression on the political conditions in Nepal post 2001 while travelling through the affected areas of political strife.

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Review: Forget Kathmandu: An Elegy for Democracy

User Review  - Michal Thoma - Goodreads

Definitely a great introduction to Nepal political history, both old and recent. Book starts with the royal massacre of 2001 and although I did read a good deal about it, author managed to give new ... Read full review

Review: Forget Kathmandu: An Elegy for Democracy

User Review  - Mona Bomgaars - Goodreads

Non fiction book which covers the country of Nepal and it's monarchy from the position of an author who grew up in an educated Nepali family who held significant government assignments during the last quarter of the last century. I would have liked more details of the last decade. Read full review

Contents

The Postmodern Democracy
121
The Massacres to Come
169
The Unfinished Revolution
253
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