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My most favourite poet is Kazi Nazrul Islam. He is favourite to me for his patriotic writings. The literature of Bangla' ) is very old and rich in the world. Many famous poets and authors have developed Bangla literature through their writings, Kazi Nazrul Islam is one of them. His contribution is uncommon in Bangla literature. He was born in a poor but noble family at Churulia in the district of Burdwan in West Bengal in 1899. His early life was sorrowful. He lost his father in his early life. He could not receive good education owing to extreme -poverty He began his writing from his very boyhood. Almost all his writings are patriotic , many are rebellious and some negligious. I am - highly inspired by his rebellious writings. His famous poem 'Bidrohi' was published after returning from the war. He wrote Agnibina (zftWI), Bisher Bashi' Badhanhara Rikter Bedon etc. One after another. he also composed many remarkable plays, dramas and songs. He was sent to jail for his rebellious writings. His writings inspires us to protect/stand against injustice and illegal activities. His writings worked as sharp as swords against the brute British rulers They also work as sharp. as swords against all odds and injustice in all ages. All classes of people, poor and rich were equal to him. This is why, Nazrul is called the Byron of Bangladesh. He passed away in August 29, 1976. Though he is dead, his writings have made him immortal. He is still alive in the heart of the Bangla speaking people.

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Jivanananda Das was a poet of his class. He depicted nature in his poetry with all its mystical and physical beauties with extraordinary artistry. He was quite different from other contemporary poets.

He was born in Barisal in 1899. Jivanananda took his Master's Degree in English in 1.921. His teaching career started as a Lecturer of English at Calcutta City College in 1922. Das lost his job in 1928 on the charge of publishing a poem, entitled "Kamphe" (in the camp) in the PARICHAYA Patrika. After this, a series of events took place in quick succession. In 1930 he joined the Ramjash College, Delhi, but returned to his place of birth the next year. He got an appointment in' Brajamohan College, Barisal in 1935. In 1947 when the partition was made, Jivanananda Das left Bangladesh for India. In West Bengal he started editing the SWARAJ Patrika. In 1951 he joined the Kharagpur College. He also served at Barisal College and Howra Girls' College in 1953-54. In 1953 Das was awarded the Rabindra Puraskar. On the 14th of October, 1954 he met with a Tram accident in Calcutta and passed away on October 22. This is the simple life-sketch of my favourite poet, Jivanananda Das who made his silent entry into the arena of Bangla poetry at a time when Nobel-laureate Rabindranath Tagore was at the vertical point of his name and fame.

The true note of Das's temperament is sadness — a pensive melancholy. This sense of isolation is strong upon him all the time. In his poem Jivanananda has depicted the face of Bangladesh in a faithful way. The Dhaleswari river, the chilly night of Poush, the hazy moon, the soft feathers of swans, dishevelled hair of the teen-aged girl, the yellow-bird and other innumerable pictures assemble in his poems.

His 'Ruposhi Bangla' contains poems of exquisite beauty. While reading his poems I get transported into a world of enchantment. His picturesque descriptions of nature are so lively and vivid that the reader can feel, touch and smell them.

My favourite poet Jivanananda Das is no more but he has immortalized himself through his literary works. I will be inspired by his writings all through my life.





Jibanananda Das, a poet of unparalleled brilliance, captivates my heart with his extraordinary depiction of nature's mystical and physical beauty. Born in Barisal in 1899, Das distinguished himself from his contemporaries with his masterful artistry in poetry.

After obtaining his Master's Degree in English in 1921, Das embarked on a teaching career, starting as a Lecturer of English at Calcutta City College in 1922. However, his job came to an abrupt end in 1928 when he was dismissed for publishing a poem titled "Kamphe" in the PARICHAYA Patrika. Despite this setback, Das continued to pursue his passion for poetry.

Over the years, Das's life took him on a journey across various colleges and cities. He taught at Ramjash College in Delhi in 1930, returned to Barisal in 1931, and later joined Brajamohan College in 1935. With the partition in 1947, Das left Bangladesh for India, where he began editing the SWARAJ Patrika. Subsequently, he served at Kharagpur College, Barisal College, and Howra Girls' College. Despite his nomadic existence, Das's dedication to poetry remained unwavering.

Das's poetry resonates with a profound sense of melancholy, reflecting his isolation and introspection. Through his verses, he paints a vivid portrait of Bangladesh, capturing the essence of its landscapes and people. The Dhaleswari river, the chilly nights of Poush, and the soft feathers of swans come to life in his poems, evoking a deep sense of nostalgia and longing.

In "Ruposhi Bangla," Das's collection of poems, he showcases exquisite beauty through his lyrical verses. As I immerse myself in his writings, I am transported to a world of enchantment, where his picturesque descriptions of nature awaken my senses. Through his words, I can almost feel the gentle breeze, smell the fragrant flowers, and hear the rustling leaves, creating an immersive experience for the reader.

Though Jibanananda Das is no longer with us, his literary legacy lives on through his timeless works. His poetry continues to inspire generations, offering glimpses into the beauty of nature and the depths of human emotion. As a fervent admirer of his artistry, I am certain that his writings will continue to resonate with me throughout my life, serving as a source of inspiration and solace.


My Favourite Poet

Or, My Favourite PersonOr, The person I Like Most

Introduction I am fond of reading the poems of Bangles from my early life. I have gone through many poems of many famous poets and poetess. But the poems of Kazi Nazrul Islam is most favourite/appealing to me. This is why, he is my favourite, poet. He is the national poet of Bangladesh. Kazi Nazrul Islam is known. as the rebel poet in Bengali literature. He is also one of the greatest reformers of life, society and the nation.


His birth : Kazi Nazrul Islam was born at Churulia in the district of Burdhwan Jaistha 11, 1306 B.S. (in 1899). His father's name was Kazi Fakir ahmed and mother's name was Zahida Khatun. His parents lost four children before his birtb. So he was called Dukhu Miah.


Early life : He lost his father in his childhood. So he had to struggle hart

acute poverty. He was admitted to a village primary school. He was a restless ch."IC, in nature. So he didn't like the hard and fast rules of the school. After passing primary school, he became a teacher in the village Maktab. He taught the village children the 'Holy Quran'. fle also became a *Muazzin'. He started composing., poems and songs. Soon the restless boy joined a cultural party called the Leto Party' and earned a great name and fame. At 12 lie flew away from home and due to poverty took a job in a bakery. A Muslim Sub-Inspector found the bright flute. of Nazrul. So he took him his home and got him admitted into a high school.Suddenly, he left the high school and joined an 'Opera Party'. There he wrote/composed some songs for his party for sometime.


Soldier life : During the First World War he joined the 47th Bengal Regiment Jr; 1917 when he was a student of class X and soon he became a "Habildar." He dieu-11 stop his pen. He composed (wrote) many poems. The war was over. He came baci'. to Kolkata and composed a good number of remarkable poems like 'Bidrohi' and 'Kanial Paslia. Then he published /brought out a remarkable magazine nalptcl 'Dhumketu'. He himself was the Editor of the magazine. He published all his revolutionary writings in the magazine. The British brute ruler got fiery -with him at his rebellious/ revolutionary songs and poems. The poet was sent to jail for one year for writing a rebellious poem called 'Agamani'. Since then he was known as a 'rebel poet'. His famous works/contributions/writings are Bisher Bashi, Dolan Chapa, Rikter Bedon. Badharihara. He composed a lot of poems, songs and dramas in the jail. His rebellious poems arid songs greatly inspired the people of Bengal to stand against the brute British rulers. His writings are against injustice           and oppression. He wanted equal rights for all. This is why Nazrul is called the Byron of Bangladesh.


Later life : It is a great pith- that he had been suffering from a fatal disease since 1945 which made him silent. He passed away in Dhaka on August 29, 1976. The famous poet was buried beside the Dhaka University Mosque.


Conclusion: The rebel poet tried to bring about between the Muslims Harmony and the Hindus. His poems and songs inspire us to stand against any oppression, injustice and inhuman act. Though he is dead, he is alive in our hearts. We always remember. respect and love him from the heart. May Allah rest his departed soul.   

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