Khalangama Hamala

Khalangama Hamala: Euta Nurseko Diary

खलंगामा हमला

Radha Paudel

Khalangama Hamala is the war memoir of a health worker written during the Maoist insurgency at Jumla, Nepal. It has also won the Madan Puraskar which is the most recognized literary award in Nepal. The book has also been translated to English.

Format Paperback
ISBN (Paperback) 9789937892414
Pages 144
Language Nepali
Edition Second
Genre Insurgency (Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs)
Publication Date 23 May 2013
Radha Paudel

Radha Paudel

Radha Paudel, a nurse by profession, is a humanitarian social activist working to empower people living in poor districts of Nepal, organizing health services and human aid. She has a Bachelor in Community Health Nursing, a Master in Health Education and a Master in Sociology. After having worked at Bharatpur Hospital, in 2001 she took a position in Jumla , where her father had worked. The area was remote and needed development. She ran a safe motherhood project. However, in 2002 it was severely struck by a Maoist attack she barely survived. In 2010 she got a Master in Development Management from Asian Institute of Management (AIM), Manila, Philippines. She is also the founder of Action Works Nepal and served as the first president during 2010-2015.

Awards

  • Madan Puraskar - 2070