Govinda Bahadur Malla
Govinda Bahadur Malla “Gothale” (b. 1979 – b. 2067) is a famous Nepali language writer. Born from Riddhi Bahadur Malla and Anandamaya in the old customs of Kathmandu, Jaya Bahadur Malla’s literary name is Govinda Bahadur Malla Gotha. He is inspired to write from Siddhicharan, to become modern from Rimal and to be diligent from Devkota. He is best known for his stories, novels and plays. 
Biography of Govinda Bahadur Malla
It was held on 29th July, 1979 in Ombahal, Kathmandu. His father is Subba Riddhi Bahadur Malla and mother is Anandamaya. Sharda’s publisher / editor was her father Riddhi Bahadur, a linguist, and her brother Vijay Malla was a great writer. He received his I.Sc. Read up Engaged in private business. Gotha was the first modern user of three genres including plays, stories and novels. Gothale also worked as the editor of the literary magazine Sharda.
He was the editor of Sharda and the director of Jorganesh Press. He also became a member of the Nepal Pragya Pratisthan, a member of the Press Council, a member of the Election Commission and the President of the Nepal Writers’ Association. When he was the editor, he introduced Sharda to Nepali speakers outside Nepal. Gotha was also the editor-in-chief of Nepal’s first daily newspaper, Awaaz.
Masterpieces of Govinda Bahadur Malla
He v. No. The poem titled ‘Mamta’ written in 1992 is his first composition. By the shepherd v. No. The novel Pallo Ghar Ko Jhyal, written in the year 2016, was very popular. Malla’s works in stories, novels, plays, etc. are as follows: –
Works of Govinda Bahadur Malla
मिति शीर्षक विधा
वि. सं २०१३ भुसको आगो नाटक
वि. सं २०१६ पल्लो घरको झ्याल उपन्यास
वि. सं २०१६ कथैकथा कथा
वि. सं २०१६ च्यातिएको पर्दा नाटक
वि. सं २०२७ दोष कसको छैन नाटक
वि. सं २०३४ भोको घर नाटक
वि. सं २०३९ प्रेम र मृत्यू कथा सङ्ग्रह
वि. सं २०५२ बाह्रकथा कथा सङ्ग्रह
वि. सं २०५३ अपर्णा उपन्यास
वि. सं २०५६ पियानानी उपन्यास
He has received the Jagdambashree Award for the year 2055 BS for his remarkable contribution to the flourishing of Nepali literature by creating high quality works in various genres of Nepali language and literature, especially stories, plays and novels for more than five decades.
Honorary Life Member of Nepal State Intellectuals Foundation (2033)
Gorkha Dakshin Bahu Dosra (2036)
Tribhuvan Pragya Award (2042)
Bhavani Literary Journalism Award (2045)
Vedanidhi Award (2048)
Best Composition Award (2050)
Pahalman Singh Swarn Award (2052)
Best Manuscript Award (2053)
Malla, who has visited various places in Nepal, India, Lebanon, France, Germany, Italy, China, Thailand, UK, Holland, Syria, Belgium, etc., is a never ending star in Nepali literature.
His B.Sc. He passed away on December 13, 2010 at the age of 89.