Tyo feri Farkala by Bhawani Bhikshu Class 11 Summary "Will he ever Return?"

tyo feri farkala summary

Tyo feri farkala is a psychological nepali story written by Bhawani Bhikshu. Here, you will get the summary of tyo feri farkala katha class 11 written by Bhawani Bhikshu. We have already provided the exercise solution of this chapter in another article, which you can access by clicking the following link:  Tyo Feri Farkala Full Exercise PDF 

Tyo feri farakala? Characters

The leading characters of this story are:
1. Sani
2. Mother of Sani
3. Yatri (Traveller)

Partial character is:
4. Bhariya (One who carries bags and luggage)

Gist of the story - Tyo feri farkala

This story shows the way young people think and the way they act inside their hearts. Sani has not been able to forget the passenger who she has seen just a glimpse. Rejoice in her imagination, disappeared in her waiting. She has not been able to forget the passengers even after settling down. 

Through Sani, the story has a subtle depiction of the subconscious mind of women. During the conversation, the passenger who has been waited by Sani till her death said that you are old, and finally, Sani's mentality gets hurt. The essence of this story is to say that frustration in this way causes more pain in life and that man's sorrow and happiness depend on his mentality.

Tyo Feri Farkala Story context:

Bhawani Bhikshu always writes the story by going in the deeper mentality of a human being in various circumstances. In the same way, Bhikshu has presented the various thoughts, wills, desires, and attraction to that stranger. 

Especially, he is known as the master of Sexual Psychology of a human being. Though the stranger has no affection for Sani, she is integrally loving Stranger who was not even seen by her in past days. All of her thoughts, her behavior towards him, and his patience for his return are shown beautifully in this story.
 
It is a story based on sexual psychology written by Bhawani Bhikshu. In this story, the repressed desires of the subconscious mind are revealed in different ways due to adverse external circumstances. 

An analysis of the various manifestations of such love and lust hidden in the innermost layer of the mind can be found in this story. The story vividly portrays the insatiable sexual feelings of the main participant Sani. 

In this story, the location takes place in such place which is a skillful combination of hilly place of Nepal, sad, depressing, and sexually emotional environment. 

The mood and mental ups and downs of women are presented by showing the one sided attraction of women. The story depicts the state of mind of a woman who is unable to express her love for the passenger directly.


Tyo feri farkala Plot:

One evening, a traveler comes and asks Sani, if he can find a place to stay. Sani calls her mother to ask. The mother allows him to stay. Sani is happy when her mother approves and he decides to stay. 

Sani seems to be active for the passenger's stay and is attracted to the passenger from within. Suddenly, Sani reaches the place where he is sleeping and sees the passenger sleeping soundly. 

An indescribable mixture of unexpressed excitement, courage, fear, and pain began to run through her veins. 

After the passenger fell asleep, he dived into the imagination of the passenger. The passenger gets up in the morning and walks away but she remembers the passenger every day after he leaves.

She spends days waiting for passengers, she gets married on time. Sani naturally fulfills all the household chores but waits for the traveler. She waits anxiously for the little passenger till the fifteenth day, she grows restless but the passenger does not come. 

She is worried. After Sani's mother's death, she goes to the same mother's house and takes up her mother's profession. The hope of "Tyo Feri farkala?" never leaves her. 

It is a beautiful memory of her past, only a momentary dream. In the same way, one day, the same passenger suddenly comes and asks for a place to stay. During the conversation, the passenger, to whom Sani awaited her death, said that you are old. Sani's mentality gets hurt. 

Sani's hope was still betraying wisdom. As soon as, it is morning, that passenger leaves. Sani finally finds out that she is just waiting for the passenger but there is no such request or passion in the passenger and her long wait ends. And she gets the answer of Tyo feri farkala?


Bhawani Bhikshu's Use of freudian Psychology in tyo feri farakala katha:

Bhawani  Bhikshu has analyzed the repressed emotions of the subconscious mind created by adverse external circumstances. This trend is found in his stories like Typist, Madhuri, Nari, Tya Farkala, Mayasaheb etc. 

The narrator Bhikshu has presented the frustration, emotion and passion of the woman's mind in his story. Ganga and Vandana are stories of this trend. In his story, the narrator Bhikshu analyzes the abnormal state of mind arising from the repression of the subconscious mind and the culmination of mental dissatisfaction. 

Due to the frustration arising from oppression, the characters of his stories have a depressing mood, inferiority, tendency to run away, loneliness, feeling of emptiness, feeling of emptiness etc. It depicts the conflict between the inability to accept the shortcomings created by social and political change and the compulsion to accept. 

Effective descriptions of aristocratic tradition, aristocratic ego and class prestige, restlessness, toxic mentality, etc. are his narrative features. Maujung Babusaheb's coat read in class 10 is such a representative story. In his story, there is an analysis of the mental agitation and traumatic state of mind that arises when one's self-esteem is damaged. 

As a resident of the Terai of Nepal,  Bhawani  Bhikshus were well acquainted with the way of life, customs, food, clothing and lifestyle. Therefore, his story titled 'Harjeet' depicts the reality of rural life there. 

Bhawani  Bhikshu has done an admirable job by pointing out the regional environment of Nepali literature from the story titled Harjeet. In this way, the narrator Bhikshu not only focuses on the economic situation and the analysis of the mental state of the character, but also the mental condition or mood as the cause and effect of the specific physical situation

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