Atisa (1041 AD) and Bhashkardeva. (1047 AD). A garland of Gold to you the listener A garland of flowers to you the story teller Now may these stories go to the heaven? And when it is time to retell them Comeback immediately again! The traditional closing of the Nepali story telling. Reference books ( for further studies) Anderson, Mary M. 1971 The Festival of Nepal Rupa Publication, Delhi Bajracharya, Badriratna, 1986 Buddhism in Nepal, Kathmandu Bhikhu Sudarshan
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