Lekhnath Paudyal, (1885-1996) (Translated By: Laxmi Prasad Devkota) Kavi Siromani Lekhanath Poudyal ( कवी शिरोमणी लेखनाथ पौड्याल) was born in 1941 B. S. at Kaski, Nepal. His father's name was Pandit Durgadutta and Vasundhara Devi was his mother. He started learning at the early age of 5. Lekhnath Paudyal got married at the age of 14, but unfortunately lost his wife at the age of 20. He was inspired by the writings of Motiram Bhatta and Balmiki . Lekhnath Poudyal contributed immensely towards Nepali Language and Literature. His poems describe the touch of Nepal and its nature with simplicity. "Pinjra Ko Suga"( पिंजडाको सुगा) is his unforgettable poem which expressed the cruelness of Rana rulers against the Nepali people. The poem symbolizes that the Nepali peoples are like a parrot inside a cage and Rana as the jailer. He was jailed for the poem and the poem was used as a song by political heroes in jail. Lekhnath Poudyal was honoured with title "Siro Mani&
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