On 21st february, 1972, chittaranjan saha, an avid lover of books and a. He was awarded ekushey padak in 1995 by the government of. He was awarded ekushey padak in 2015 by the government of bangladesh for his contribution to research. Twentyfirst award is the second highest civilian award in bangladesh, introduced in memory of the martyrs of the bengali language movement of 1952. You can distort history books, not historical fiction.
The first female national professor and ekushey padak awardee dr sufia ahmed has had a long, illustrious career in academia and beyond. He is currently the chairman of bishwa sahitya kendra, a nonprofit organization that promotes the study of literature, reading habits and progressive ideas. There is almost no mention of the role of women in language movement in books, media and internet and i see no effort to pass their. Women were the first to defy section 144 curfewlast updated. As many as 2,194 books hit the amar ekushey book fair in the last 14 days till saturday. Mobarak hossain khan was a music researcher, music expert and musician of repute. Zakaria earned his bachelors in english literature from the university of dhaka. Ekushey padak is the second highest civilian award in bangladesh, introduced in memory of.
Abm abdullah born 1954 is a bangladeshi physician, academic and the personal physician of prime minister sheikh hasina. The award is given to recognize contributions in a number of fields, including culture, education, and economics. Ekushey padak simple english wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On february 5, the cultural affairs ministry had announced the names of this years recipients of the ekushey padak, introduced in memory of the martyrs of the 1952 language movement. As the recognition of his work, chittaranjan saha has received many accolades. In 1995, while investigating two boat capsizing events, he accidentally fell into the water from a ferry on the padma river and died. Were bangalees and we want the practice of our culture to continue.
The book is another popular history book series of abdul karim. He is the director of the center for the study of genocide and justice, and is a recipient of the bangla academy literary prize and the national award ekushey padak. Four volumes of this book have already been published, she added. Spread bangla culture, literature across world dhaka. Barkat and jabbar were students of dhaka university. The book would be a great source of history of bangladesh. His contribution reflected by the modern singer habib wahid. Muntassir mamoon born 1951 is a bangladeshi writer, historian, scholar, secularist, translator, and professor at university of dhaka. According to official statistics, the number of books published in connection with the book fair was 2578. Dwijen sharma 29 may 1929 15 september 2017 was a bangladeshi naturalist and science writer. Spread bangla culture, literature across world the daily. He had written more than 100 books belonging to different genre. He also translates short stories and critical essays from english to bangla.
He was awarded bangla academy literary award and ekushey padak by the government of bangladesh. He comes of one of the great family of musicians of bangladesh, which produced a galaxy of illustrious classical musicians. Anupam sen simple english wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He was awarded the bangla academy literary award in 1986 for his contributions to bengali linguistics.
An author of more than 50 novels, she passed away on 16 august 2019. He was awarded ekushey padak in 1997, by the government of bangladesh. The award consists of 100,000 taka, an 18 carat gold medal weighing 3 tolas. Bangladeshs foremost buddhist leader suddhananda mahathero. Syed mujtaba ali somogro all 11 parts pdf download free. The ekushey book fair or amar ekushe grantha mela bengali. List of ekushey padak winners in education and research. According to bangla academy, poetry books are dominating the fair. The author achieved ekushey padak in 2005 and bangla academy award in 2011.
Al mahmud book sonali kabin al mahmud is one of the greatest poets in the bengali literature. In the last three fiscal years, eight women were given ekushey padak, 39. Most popular books of zahir raihan are hazar bosor dhore, shes bikeler meye, ekhushey february, borof gola nadi, ar konodin, arak falgul, golpo somogro, koyekti mrityu etc. Some 367 novels, 637 poetry volumes, 295 short stories and 123 essay. Professor ahmad was honored by the state with the prestigious national award ekushey padak 2014, posthumously for his dedicated services to the society. List of ekushey padak award recipients 202029 wikipedia. Haques book history of bangladeshi rock the legacy of azam khan is available at the ekushey book fair. Husain was born on 1 january 1934 in khorki, jessore town, jessore district, east bengal, british raj.
He was not only a writer, but a dramatist, screenwriter, filmmaker, songwriter, scholar, and lecturer as well. He was born on 1 june 1928 and died on 24 july 2007. He was awarded the ekushey padak and the vidyasagar puraskar in 2005, a gold medal for being the best publisher in 1997 and the natyasabha puraskar in 1988. The professor muzaffer ahmad smriti memorial sangsad gratefully acknowledges his contributions to development thinking in bangladesh. He has worked mainly in the historical city of the dhaka. In that year, very shortly after independence and partition, one of the first bangladeshi nationalcultural phenomena took place. A record number of books were published on the occasion. He was born in morail, brahmanbaria in the year 1936. Humayun azad audio books, best sellers, author bio. At the function, she distributed the ekushey padak, the second highest civilian award in bangladesh, among 20 eminent persons and an organisation for their outstanding contributions to their respective fields.
Ekushey padak and the shadhinota award, the highest honor given. Awarded number of prestigious awards including ekushey padak and rokeya padak. Ekushey padak winning writer, educationist and artcritic burhanuddin khan jahangir died of old age complications at his gulshan residence in dhaka on monday. Introduction 2 history history of ekushey 2 history of ekushey book fair 3 importance of the fair 4 description of the fair structure 5 contributors 5 visitors 6 books 7 problems of the fair 8 conclusion 9 references 10 introduction. Currently, he is serving as vicechancellor of premier university, chittagong he was awarded ekushey padak in 2014 by the government of bangladesh published books and research. During the first two weeks of amar ekushey book fair, books and novels written by the late humayun ahmed remain the core attraction of the monthlong event. A freedom fighters story, amar ekattor amar juddho, jonmechi a banglay, bangladeshe. The ekushey book fair or amar ekushe grantha mela, popularly known as ekushey boi mela is the national. History of bangladeshi rock the legacy of azam khan available. But only five people were officially recognised as language martyrs abul barkat, abdul jabbar, rafiquddin ahmad, abdus salam and shafiur rahman. Immortal book fair of the twentyfirstof february omor ekuse grontho mela, popularly known as ekushey boi mela bengali. Monajatuddin 18 january 1945 29 december 1995 was a bangladeshi investigative journalist.
He authored over 200 books, many of which were best sellers, while eight were made into movies. Born in 1948, humayun ahmed authored over 200 books, many of which were best sellers, while eight were made into films. After a long time of liberation war, we have got full with 12 volume books that are written on the bangla liberation war in 1971. She was the chairperson of the department of islamic history. Oct 27, 2018 mofidul hoque, author and cultural activist, has written 15 books on history, liberation studies, arts, and genocide studies. He won the bangla academy literary award in 1981, ekushey padak in. In bangladesh, we all know the history of the language movement of 1952 from our school textbooks. History books in urdu pdf download urdu history novels. He graduated from the dhaka university from the department of history. Prime minister sheikh hasina has given away the prestigious ekushey padak 2020 to 20 eminent personalities and an organisation in recognition of their contributions to various fields.
The reality drew my attention once more when i saw the list of this years ekushey padak awardees, he wrote in his facebook page. Nuran nabi receives ekushey padak2020 banglanews24. Bhasha andolon bangladesh language movement 19481952. Comment 2 remembering the martyrs of the bengali language. You can also download popular history novels from famous urdu writers.
Sheikh hasina said though there is need to learn other languages, the own language mother tongue should not be forgotten. Banglar itihash moghol amal by abdul karim part 1 is a popular bangla history book which written by abdul karim. List of ekushey padak award recipients 202029 jump to navigation jump to search. Muktodhara prokashoni is the very first reason for us to be able to take part in and celebrate todays ekushey boi mela. Prime minister sheikh hasina and winners of this years ekushey padak pose for a picture during the awardgiving ceremony yesterday in the capitals bangabandhu international conference centre. Free download syed mujtaba ali rachana somogro all 11 parts in pdf format online. The ekushey book fair or amar ekushe grantha mela popularly known as ekushey boi mela. Ekushey book fair is now a popular festival in the life of bangladeshi people. Ekushey book fair project gutenberg selfpublishing.
How rizia rahmans letters of blood shows rather than tells. Apr 09, 2017 he is the founder and present chairman of bishwo sahitto kendro, it is a nonprofitable organization that promotes the reading habits and study of literature. Anupam sen born august 5, 1940 is a bangladeshi academic and social scientist. The pioneer behind ekushey book fair the daily star. He was a professor in the department of internal medicine and dean of the faculty of medicine at bangabandhu sheikh mujib medical university. Also download humayun ahmed, zafar iqbal, sarat chandra, feluda books and others.
Pm for protection, practice of own languages the daily star. Sheikh hasina said that the immortal ekushey was a bright and great chapter of the thousand years history of bengalis glorious struggles. In was introduced in memory of the martyrs of the language movement of 1952 bengali. He has written several bangla history books about the city of dhaka. The book is available at chittagong book fair as well. List of ekushey padak winners in arts simple english. The prime minister said this while distributing the ekushey padak 2020, the second highest civilian award, at a ceremony organised by the cultural affairs ministry at the osmani memorial auditorium in the city.
So, download the bangla history book named muktijuddho kosh by muntassir mamoon and read bangla books to enjoy. Acting president of barisal mohila parisad since 1987. Introduced in 1952 and administered by the ministry of cultural affairs, the ekushey padak is the secondhighest civilian award in bangladesh, presented in recognition of signifiant contributions in any of ten fields, among them art, culture, education, journalism, and economics. Chittaranjan saha is recognised nationally for his initiative and has even been awarded with the ekushey padak and the vidyasagar. A large number of stalls were allocated for women in amar ekushey book fair organized by bangla academy. The ekushey padak in education and research winners are listed here. He also received drouhee kothashahitayk abdur rouf choudhury award in 2000. Throughout his career, he was praised for his outspoken. Rahman published more than sixty books of poetry, ranging from love sonnets to patriotic verse to whimsical lines about his cat. He won the bangla academy award in 1981, ekushey padak in 1994, and three national film awards. He was awarded the ekushey padak in 2016 by the government of bangladesh. Syed ali ahsan author of muhammad, seal of the prophets.
Ekushey boi mela 2008 was held from 1 to 29 february 2008. Muktijuddho kosh by muntassir mamoon bangla books pdf. On 21st february, 1972, chittaranjan saha, an avid lover of books and a graduate from. Rafiq was the son of the owner of badamtali commercial press.
We want our next generation to know this glorious history. He played surbahar, a classical subcontinental string instrument. May 26, 2019 on this page, you can read online or download history books in urdu. Among others, she received the bangla academy literary award, ekushey padak, and arannya literature award for her outstanding contributions to literature. Abdus salam bengali language movement demonstrator. However, publishers said the sales of poetry books are not good. Abul kalam mohammed zakaria was a bangladeshi scholar and archaeologist. By the way, this book has 12 volumes and 8034 pages. Pages in category recipients of the ekushey padak the following pages are in this category, out of total. Shaheed minar ekushey padak language movement day international mother language day moder gorob artistic. The sale proceeds from books sold shot up to a record of taka 200 million.
The ministry of cultural affairs administers the award. In 2012, the government of bangladesh honored him posthumously with the ekushey padak award. Ekushey padak bengali language the award consists of an 18 carat gold medal weighing 3 tolas and a certificate of honour. Download zahir raihan novels, bangla books, short stories, articles, writings in pdf format and read ekushey february, 21she february by zahir raihan zahir raihan popular. The social background of the bangladesh movement, questbombay,septemberoctober,1971. Mamoon was awarded from bangla academy literary award and ekushey padak and these awarded was given by the government of bangladesh. Remembering the history of the language movement, the prime minister said, in fact immortal ekushey has taught us sense of selfdignity and not to bow down the heads.
She also emphasized on knowing the glorious history of the language. Syed ali ahsan 26 march 1920 25 june 2002 was a bangladeshi poet, writer and university academic. You can distort history books, not historical fiction mojaffor hossain is a short story writer, and has published 10 books so far. Ekushey padak project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. The government has announced names of 21 eminent citizens for awarding prestigious ekushey padak for 2019 for their contribution in respective fields. He was not only a writer, but a dramatist, screenwriter, filmmaker, song writer, scholar, and lecturer as well. Ekushey padak was awarded to 20 people and 1 organisation. He was awarded bangla academy literary award in 1987 and ekushey padak in 2015 by the government of bangladesh for his contribution in language and literature. He was awarded the ekushey padak in the year 2001 for his outstanding musical achievements. Shah abdul karim project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. Almost six years have passed since the popular fiction writer passed away, but his books remain the top sellers especially those written toward the end of his life, say publishers. Bengal lights books 2016 rizia rahman was one of the most eminent authors of bangla literature. List of ekushey padak award recipients 201019 wikipedia.966 104 868 469 805 635 469 520 923 980 517 540 986 658 1040 247 377 1256 951 896 521 1325 167 688 1382 959 1527 787 859 829 1489 481 625 1082 378 874 4 604 1398 804 113 317 362