You readers just don't get it. I don't understand how you don't understand Kunda Dixit's Under My Hat columns (Letters, "Not really funny", #132). For me, Dixit's mocking satire carry deep meaning and great entertainment value. If you analyse them from a literary point of view, the columns have figurative language, there is irony and satire, we can find allegory, allusion, aphorism, farce, sarcasm, euphemism, comedy, tragi-comedy. And there is a lot of pure nonsense, which is the best part. Just read between the lines, and you see he also reflects the pathetic situation in the country. His columns make me want to laugh and weep at the same time.
Gaurav KC, Battisputali
. Is that a cigarette hanging down Kunda Dixit\'s lips? (Under My Hat, #134) Sure hope not. Nepali Times sets examples, leads, urges and advocates. Please don\'t take smoking lightly. Not even in a satire column. You\'ll really be sending the wrong signals.
Rupa Joshi, Mumbai