By Prakash A. Raj
This two-way dictionary and phrasebook is designed in case you desire to converse in Nepali and study its simple vocabulary and grammatical structure.
Romanized for simple pronunciation
1,500 overall dictionary entries
Essential words for the traveller, scholar, or businessperson
Basic Nepali grammar
Cultural info and map
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The dominant and characteristic posture of Adorno’s text is a studied avoidance of and caution against political sentimentality. Adorno anticipates, in a remarkably prescient manner, the rise of the postwar ﬁgure of the anticolonial insurgent and warns against its romanticization within an ultimately unaltered and Eurocentric history of the realization of Man. A classic, even canonical, formulation of this romance is to be found in Sartre’s preface to The Wretched of the Earth, where, in stark contrast with Fanon’s own studied hesitation in the face of precisely such a move, Sartre situates the native as the agent of a more comprehensive and universal humanism than that which had so far been achieved, in a world divided between ‘‘men’’ and ‘‘natives,’’ between colonizer and colonized.
In part this book is motivated by the desire to examine critically the casualness of these equations and to give substance to such concepts as ‘‘liberal,’’ ‘‘secular,’’ ‘‘modern,’’ ‘‘post-Enlightenment,’’ and ‘‘citizenship’’ as they appear in the critique of postcolonial culture— terms sometimes used in contemporary criticism with the utmost vagueness and abandonment of rigor. The tendency to look for an Archimedean point outside ‘‘modernity’’—as embodied, for instance, in Nandy’s famous interpretation of the life of Gandhi or in Askari’s attempted recuperation of medieval tasavvuf—marks a failure to recog_ recourse to an outside.
The signiﬁcance of India in this examination of comparative minoritizations is that it allows a certain clarity of perception of the relationship between these pressures and the partition of a culture, a society, and a state out of which the minoritization of ‘‘the Muslims’’ was actualized. Thus the broader literary concern here is to raise some fundamental questions about how we read literature in terms of certain dominant models of social cohesion, namely, those that have been tied historically in varying ways in the modern era to the cultural forms of the nation-state.
Nepali-English English-Nepali Dictionary & Phrasebook by Prakash A. Raj