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These books arguably portrayed contemporary Bengali dialect and popular society effectively, and also incorporated now-extinct music genres such as Khisti, Kheur and Kabiyal gaan by stalwarts like Rupchand Pakhi and Bhola Moyra.
Books like these have become rarer since the emergence of Tagore culture, and the burgeoning preference for literary elegance and refinement in Bengali society. Tagore dominated both the Bengali and Indian philosophical and literary scene for decades. His 2, Rabindrasangeets play a pivotal part in defining Bengali culture, both in West Bengal and Bangladesh.
He is the author of the national anthems of both India and Bangladesh , both composed in Bengali.
Other notable Bengali works of his are Gitanjali , a book of poems for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in , and many short stories and a few novels. It is widely accepted that Bengali Literature accomplished its contemporary look by the writings and influence of Rabindranath.
In the fields of Drama and Satire, he influenced and created a very worthy posterity of him in Natyaguru Nurul Momen. Nurul Momen was an educationist, playwright, director, humorist, lawyer, broadcaster, philanthropist and essayist of Bangladesh.
He is recognized as the pioneer of modern Bengali drama,"acting as a bridge between earlier and later playwrights in terms of content and style", and even referred to as the "Father of Bangladeshi theater".
Kazi Nazrul Islam[ edit ] Nazrul playing a flute, Chittagong , In the similar category is Kazi Nazrul Islam , who was invited to post-partition Bangladesh as the National Poet he had been suffering from dementia and aphasia since and whose work transcends sectarian boundaries.
Adored by Bengalis both in Bangladesh and West Bengal, his work includes 3, songs, known as both as nazrul geeti and "nazrul sangeet".
He is frequently called the "rebel poet" mainly because of his most famous and electrifying poem " Bidrohi " or "The Rebel", and also because of his strong sympathy and support for revolutionary activities leading to India's independence from British Rule. His songs and poems were frequently used during the Bangladesh Liberation War as well. Though he is acknowledged as the rebel poet, Nazrul very effectively contributed in all branches of literature.
He wrote poems that light the fire against inequality or injustice and at the same time is known for his poignant romantic poems as well. Nazrul was not only a poet, he was writer, musician, journalist and philosopher.
He was sent to jail for his literary works against the then prevailing British rule. Other notable names[ edit ] Playwrights[ edit ] After Rabindranath Tagore, two dramatists radically brought about a major change in Bengali theatre. One was Nurul Momen and the other was Bijon Bhattacharya. Nurul Momen created the first modern and experimental plays from East Bengal, which later became East Pakistan and subsequently, Bangladesh.
Nurul Momen — , also known as Natyaguru, was an educationist, playwright, director, humorist, lawyer, broadcaster, philanthropist and essayist of Bangladesh.
He is recognized as the pioneer of modern Bengali drama, "acting as a bridge between earlier and later playwrights in terms of content and style", and even referred to as the "Father of Bangladeshi theatre". Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was one of the most popular novelists of early 20th century whose speciality was exploring the life and suffering of women in contemporary rural Bengal.
His sympathy towards the common rural folks in "pallisamaj" and a trademark simplified Bengali as a writing style made him one of the most popular writers in his time. Even long after his death many Bengali and Bollywood blockbusters were based on his novels.
After him Tarashankar Bandopadhyay , Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay and Manik Bandopadhyay were the three Bandopadhyays who broke out into a new era of realistic writing style. I did not know that he had noted my discussion as well until I met him at the Athens Airport after a month or so. Professor Islam immediately spotted me and started a conversation with me on the First Five Year Plan.
This was my first foreign tour and naturally I was quite nervous about it.
But he reassured me like a father and encouraged me to remain critical on economic development issues even though I was only a student at that time. Later I came to know him more intimately when I joined the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies which he used to visit whenever he happened to be in Bangladesh.
Moreover, he always had a special inclination for interacting with young scholars. I was fortunate enough to catch his eyes while I was a young professional. I still distinctly remember two events, one at Unnayan Shamannay, the think-tank which I founded in the s, and the other at Bangladesh Bank where he exchanged his thoughts with many young professionals. He thanked me for organizing these events and said he was more at ease with these young minds than his peer groups.
Later we organized a couple of other similar events under the banner of Bangladesh Economists Forum where he discussed at some length his favored themes of contemporary economic development and the state of related policy research plus advocacy.
His major focus was always on how to improve the quality of economic research along with improving the quality of national statistics please see the last chapter of Odyssey to know more about this. I was lucky to have honored him with the Bangladesh Bank Award during my tenure as a governor. He, of course, deserves much more from the nation which was born out of the far-sighted leadership of Bangabandhu with whom he too worked so closely both as an informal adviser in pre-independence days and as well as formal Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission in independent Bangladesh.
In both capacities he played instrumental roles in shaping the economic thinking of Bangabandhu and his co-leaders, before and after the war of liberation. So we were not at all surprised when Bangabandhu placed him as the Deputy Chairman of the newly formed Bangladesh Planning Commission to help him design the socio-economic policies needed for rebuilding the war-ravaged country.
It should be noted here that he joined the Planning Commission ignoring his prior appointment as the Director of World Bank; in fact, he was the first economist to be appointed in this position from the developing world.
Professor Islam along with his colleagues from Dhaka University, BIDS and other academic institutions responded whole-heartedly to the call of Bangabandhu and worked closely with him in shaping the course of the economy of a newly born country with insurmountable challenges. The strong foundation of the economy was laid by Bangabandhu during those early years of Bangladesh with deep support from Professor Islam and his peers.
They all demonstrated their highest level of commitment for building a country which was born out of their labor. Although the conspirators did not allow Bangabandhu to reap the benefits of the economy whose foundation was so carefully laid by him with support from professionals like Professor Islam, the fact remains that he was the architect of a strong economy of Bangladesh which is now flourishing under the leadership of his able daughter despite many challenges.
I find him still very active and there is hardly any indication that he has retired. Every time I go to Washington DC I find him as agile as he always has been, forcing me to engage with him on contemporary development thinking.
He is still unbeatable on development policy discourses and we have so much to learn from him. He was born to a father who was a lifelong educationist and a post-graduate from Dhaka University in English Literature.
So it was natural that his father would encourage him to remain in academic sphere even though the trend was to opt for the Central Civil Service of Pakistan that came with considerable power and prestige.
After finishing his intermediate college course he enrolled in Calcutta Presidency College which used to attract the best and brightest students. He was one of a handful of Muslim students in this iconic center of higher education at a time when tensions were brewing up for the partition of Bengal and, of course, India. Despite a good start there in the first year, he wrapped up his studies in then Calcutta and got admitted to the Department of Economics at Dhaka University due mainly to severe communal riots which left the country divided.
Professor Islam, with encouragement from his father, applied for and obtained the Pakistan Government scholarship to obtain higher education at Harvard. This was possible mainly because of the uncompromising support given by Mr Jenkins, an Englishman and his teacher Dr Mazharul Huq.
Apart from facing this usual professional hazards he turned out to be a very successful teacher and researcher. He, in fact, brought fresh air in the teaching style and course content by updating the syllabus and curriculum.
He then established the Bureau of Economic Research to promote research among faculty members and encourage the tradition of good research. The story of his life, first as a student and then as a professor, provides a window to the social, cultural, and academic traditions of the premier university of the country.
This in turn reflects the social and cultural values of the emerging middle class of that period. The present generation may find it instructive to learn how they have changed and grown in the last six decades or more for better or worse. There is always something to learn from the past since the present grows out of the past and leads to the future.
I will now focus on a handful of selected issues handled by Professor Islam as a policymaker during his tenure as a Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission and later as a UN high official.
This leadership opportunity of running a reputed research institute provided him an excellent opportunity to interact with iconic economists like Austin Robinson, Jan Tinbergen Nobel Laureate , and Just Faaland who were members of the Advisory Board of the Institute.
The leadership demonstrated by Professor Islam in improving the quality of research during his tenure was highly appreciated. The West Pakistani political and economic establishments were very unhappy with Professor Islam as he allowed the publication of academic articles on economic disparities between the two wings of Pakistan by reputed economists even though these were duly reviewed by peer reviewers. In fact, he was by then deeply involved with Bangabandhu and his team on the elaboration and modality of implementing the Six-Point Program as a framework for the future constitutional development of the country.
He later found himself in the company of his colleagues from Dhaka University.Denim books friends. Many of us have been doing the same.
He thanked me for organizing these events and said he was more at ease with these young minds than his peer groups. Yet he managed to navigate with considerable difficulty through the drifting currents and cross-currents of governance at a crucial juncture of our national life.
In , the famous ' Sipahi Bidroha ' Sepoy Mutiny took place. He records many episodes bearing on his long career in relation to individuals as well as incidents which would be of considerable interest to the general readers as well as the specialists. Feluda Series was written by a great writer Satyajit Ray. Nurul Momen — , also known as Natyaguru, was an educationist, playwright, director, humorist, lawyer, broadcaster, philanthropist and essayist of Bangladesh. This was the first Bengali poem written in blank verse.