Bhim Nidhi Tiwari

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Bhim Nidhi Tiwari
भीमनिधि तिवारी
Bhim Nidhi Tiwari.jpg
A portrait of Bhim Nidhi Tiwari
Personal details
Born1911[1]
Dilli bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Died1973
Setighat, Tanahun District
NationalityNepalese
Spouse(s)Bhuwaneshwori Tiwari
OccupationPoet, Novelist, Playwright

Bhim Nidhi Tiwari was a popular[2][3] Nepali Poet, Novelist and Playwright.[4][5][6] He is a popular poet of the post-1950s era.[7][8] He wrote against smoking, drinking, and gambling. He was a strong believer in social improvements. He contributed over 38 social improvement works to Nepali Literature in different styles.

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  1. Pudasaini, Kanchan, Emerging Voices, page 13, Vishnu Chandra Vangmaya Mandir, ISBN 9993317020
  2. Contributions to Nepaless Studies, Volume 19, page 16, 1992, Institute of Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University
  3. Stewart, Frank, Secret Places - A New Writing from Nepal, page 73, 2001, ISBN 0824825128
  4. The Nepaless Perspective, page 476, 1969, Gorkhapatra Corporation
  5. Nepal: A Conspectus, page 107, 1977
  6. Nepal: a profile, page 96-99, 1970, Nepal Council of Applied Economic Research
  7. Nepal Almanac: A Book of Facts, page 470-472, 1983
  8. Shresta, Chandra Bahadur, Katmandu Guide, page 33, 1956,

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