রক্তাক্ত প্রান্তর

  • Title: রক্তাক্ত প্রান্তর
  • Author: Munier Choudhury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
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    About Munier Choudhury


    1. Munier Chowdhury Bangla , born in 1925 at Manikganj, Dhaka, hailed from Noakhali, was a Bangladeshi educationist, playwright, literary critic and political dissident He s the brother of Kabir Chowdhury.Munier studied English literature for his Bachelors degree with honors, 1946 and Masters 1947 at the Dhaka University In 1954, he completed a second Masters degree, summa cum laude, in Bengali In 1958, he obtained another Masters in Linguistics from Harvard University He joined the Dhaka University in 1950 and taught both in English and Bengali language departments between 1950 and 1971 Students flocked to his class, many from other departments, as he lectured in his inimitable fashion on Mir Mosharraf Hossain, Bankim Chandra and Rabindranath, among others To this day he is fondly remembered as an extraordinary teacher who was able to kindle in his students a genuine love for great literature He was honored with Bangla Academy Award in 1962.Munier Chowdhury actively participated in the Language Movement of 1952, and was imprisoned by the Pakistan government He wrote his famous symbolic drama, Kabar The Grave in Bengali during his imprisonment Kabar is a shadow of Irwin Shaw s Bury the Dead He also fought against any type of cultural repression during the late 1950s and 1960s In 1967, he protested the Pakistan government s ban on Tagore songs on radio and television In the late 1960s there was a movement in Pakistan to replace the Bengali language alphabet with the Arabic alphabet As a linguist and writer, Munier Chowdhury protested this move to undermine the native language of East Pakistan He actively participated in the non cooperation movement during the early part of 1971 and renounced his award Sitara e Imtiaz awarded by Pakistan Govt in 1966.After the Pakistani army crackdown in 1971 in the Dhaka University area from which Munier Chowdhury luckily escaped like many, he moved to his parents house but he couldn t mentally adjust to the idea of fleeing from his beloved motherland He preferred to stay back and surrendered to his fate.On 14 December, 1971 Munier Chowdhury, along with a large number of Bengali intellectuals, educators, doctors and engineers, was kidnapped, later tortured and executed by the Pakistan Army and its Bengali collaborators Al Badr, Al Shams, only 2 days before the end of the Liberation War His dead body could not be identified A witness who survived the killing had narrated how he recognized Munier as he screamed while his fingers were chopped off Have mercy that is all Munier had said As this was being done the butcher said, write your famous essays on Rabindranath Tagore That was the last that anyone saw of him.


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    1. Don't exactly remember the story line as it was a read for school lol. I just vaguely remember its being a religious struggle between the Hindus and the Muslims.

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    2. munier choudhory knew how to entertain his readers

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