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Book Name: Aleya
Book Category : Kazi Nazrul islam
Book Writer: Kazi Nazrul islam
Book Format: Portable Document Format – PDF File
Book Language: Bengali
Book Pages: 45
Book Size: 968
National poet Kazi Nazrul Islam in Bangladesh was born in 1306 BS (May 24, 1899) in a simple Muslim family of Churulia village of Asansol subdivision of Burdwan district of West Bengal. Her father Kazi Fakir Ahmad and mother Zahida Khatun At the age of eight, she became orphaned. At this time, he joined the team of Leto for the need of livelihood. But he did not stay in the team for a long time. After passing the lower secondary examination at the age of ten, he worked as a teacher in Maktab of the village for some time. Then he came to the new workplace Asansol, where he met with the police officer of the police station Mr. Rafizuddin. Later, he came with Darirampur of Trishal thana of Mymensingh of Naroga village. At Darirampur High School After nearly a year of education, Nazrul went back to Churulia again. In the ShireSol Raj School of Raniganj, he got admitted. Here he studied for three years. At that time, the first World Warfare began to shine. Nazrul was now preparing for an entrance examination. At the end of the test-selection, he joined the war. In 1917 he joined. No. 49 in Bengali Paltan. Three years he was working in the army. His job was mainly in Karachi. At this time he had to go to Peshawar, Nowshera, Balochistan. Shortly after he was a soldier, he became a successor and promoted. The soldier’s life in Karachi is said to be his son-in-law.
When the Bengali Paltan was broken in 1920, his professional soldier ended his life. In his career in Karachi in 1919, his first story was published in the book ‘Swatakahini of the Boundale’ in the book ‘Saogat’ of Calcutta (Jyashir 1326) and the first poem ‘Mukti’ was published in the “Bangiya Muslim Sahitya Patrika” (Sraban 1326 number) of Calcutta. In this way Nazrul’s entry into Bangla-Sahitya literature as a part-time literary. At the end, Nazrul came to Calcutta and devoted himself completely to literary work. In recognition of his famous poetry ‘rebel’, he became famous as a “rebel poet” in 1922. After his edited half-weekly ‘Dhumketu’ was published, the English government threw him in jail. After liberation from the district, he again concentrated on writing literature. Ek-Ek Nazrul’s poetry book ‘Agni Bina’, ‘Poison Banshi’, ‘Samyavadi’, ‘Proletariat’, ‘Pralay-Shikha’ etc. were published. With that he used to compose a variety of anthem songs. He was exposed by the assemblage. Nazrul’s literary life was only twenty-two years. The author, novelist, storyteller, journalist, artist, songwriter, actress and musician His song “Let Chala Chalo” is a song of Bangladesh, Nazrul only suffered a disorderly disease at 41-43 years, after the independence of Bangladesh, on 24th May, 1972, by the personal initiative of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Was brought to 9th-degree degree in 1974 and 21st of 1976 by the Bangladesh government. Ebruyarite ‘awarded’ to pradana. Cautraisa years after the illness 1 1383 BS Bhadra (August 9, 1976 AD), he died. He was buried with full state honors is beside the Dhaka University Central Mosque.