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But their only baby Tukun poses the thin thread between them. He discovers many new things of his life and whatever he discovers goes eia the sublimity of his life.

Eka Eka By Humayun Ahmed

Humayun himself told about it in his Nondito Naroke that he had a special fascination to these names. The last novel that we have considered in this article is Shuvro. Related Products desktop-columns-3 tablet-columns-2 mobile-columns-1 Sale Quick View.

By now the novels of Humayun have begun to experience repetitive elements also: But we must agree in the dka that Humayun can create novelty in his fiction even, coming out of all his cliche characters, setting, thoughts, traits and dialogues. In stock Out of stock Writer: Later on Montu was born and his mother died at his ela of eleven. The story is set in a very small and remote village of Neelgonja.

The ahmsd members of the family are his brother Montu and a sister Runu of thirteen years old. The episode of Meera bu make anyone tearful. The inner stories get exposed when in the end of the novel Rabeya writes a letter from Mymensingh, where she takes a job as a superintendent of a school. It has failed to touch the completeness that we get in Nondito Naroke or Shankhoneel Karagar or some other shorter novels of Humayun. Print Send to a friend. The main character of the novel Altaf Hossain can understand the utterances of the insects, as the insects also can understand his ones.


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A semblance of this idea may be observed in Joyjoyanti also. Though he has been awarded with a good number of awards like Bangla Academy Award, most of the critics ela the country consider him less as a litterateur worthy to mention. The next novel that we have incorporated into our discussion is Brihonnola Sokol Griho Haralo Jar.

Editor duo Deepak Roy and Deepak Ranjan has collected some wonderful pieces of poetry from all around the world.

It is mostly based on an unbelievable story. Charitraheen by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay The novel has tried to humayuh a larger community of our society: In a rainy day while Soma and the professor were talking in the library, the sick wife cries out: In the novel Humayun has confronted Shuvro, the protagonist with the question of his birth also. Human prejudices and complexities have taken a very minute delineation in this novel.

The endurance of these elements has been described as the main flaw in his novels. The story reaches the climax when we know that unmarried Rabeya is carrying. Ekti Atmahothya O Bishonno Kotha.

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. During the last hours of a member of the family, this element should not take the upper hand. Khuda Brittanto by Sayed Samshul Haque. Bhalo Meye, Kharap Meye. This site uses cookies. In these novels Humayun has presented some mysterious stories that are outwardly inexplicable and at last he has given the hidden explanations behind them.


In this witty and warm-hearted account, famous traveller-writer Gaurishankar Bhattacharya tells what it is like to explore the wonderful aura of nature in Dooars and Terai. These loose and irrelevant talks know no bound as the volume of it is a bit larger. Brihonnola is a well known example.

Durer Sojon by Abdur Shukur Khan. Bankim Chandra Jibani by Amitrasudan Bhattacharya Dure Kothao is our next consideration of Humayun Ahmed.

When the other member of the family Master Kaka Sharif Akhand returns home from the town with a doctor, Montu chops him with a boti. It is not a complete novel of the epic episode, but it gives a very heart-felt story about our liberation war. In stock Out of stock In this witty and warm-hearted account, famous traveller-writer Gaurishankar Bhattacharya tells what it is like to explore the wonderful aura of nature in Dooars and Terai. Rajbhog by Raj Shekhar Basu.