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My Favourite Poet

↬ Kazi Nazrul Islam

Kazi Nazrul Islam is my favourite poet. He is the national poet of Bangladesh. He is primarily known as a rebel poet to all of us. He is favourite with me for a number of reasons. First, he is the poet of common humanity. He speaks for the down-trodden and the oppressed people. Second, his writings deal with oppression and injustice of the poor people by the oppressor. Then I find much interest in his poetry when I go through the rebellious tone against all ills and evils. Besides, Nazrul is the poet of youth of life. His poetry is marked by a note of patriotism which instils in me a love for my homeland. Agnibina, Bisher Banshi, Sarbahara, Bidrohi, etc. are some of his famous poems. Of them ‘Bidrohi’ is the most appealing of all. I feel highly inspired by his writing. He has a tremendous influence in shaping my belief and philosophy in life. This noble poet was born in 1899 at Churulia, a village in the district of Bardawn in West Bengal. A great poet of Bengali literature, Nazrul Islam is very popular with all literature lovers.

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Kazi Nazrul Islam is the National poet of Bangladesh. He is also called rebel poet for his uncompromising attitude toward the British occupying force and the untamed exuberance of his soul. Kazi Nazrul Islam was born on the 24th May 1889 A.D. in a poor but respectable Kazi family of Churulia under the Bardhwan district. His father's name was fakir Ahmed and his mother's name was Jaheda Khatun. He lost his father at a tender age. He was admitted to school but could not proceed with his studies due to his untamed nature. He left school. At that time he gave lessons in local Maktab and worked as a Muazzin. At a point, he left his village and worked as a baker boy in a bakery at Asansol. Even at that time he wrote poetry. There a kind-hearted police officer came to know his personality and was amazed to learn about his literary ability and receptive mind. The police officer got him admitted into a high school where he passed the secondary examination. He joined a theatre party and worked as an actor. In his last years of life, he got paralyzed. He died on the 29th of August 1976. He wrote thousands of poems and songs. He also wrote some novels, short stories, dramas and essays 'Agni Bina', Bisher Banshi', 'Bhangar gan', 'Juga Bani' and 'Samyabadi' are some of his remarkable literary works. He inspired the nation with his fiery writings.

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Kazi Nazrul Islam. popularly known as the 'rebel poet is my favourite poet. I admire all the great poets but I love Nazrul Islam most. His poetry has a great charm for me. My heart dances and blood stimulates when I read his poems. Nazrul Islam is my teacher, my guide. I like to recite some of the most famous lines of his poems. Nazrul's poems give me hope and courage at the time of my despair. Though I am not a good singer, I like to sing some of his famous songs. I love and admire Nazrul Islám for his writings of revolutionary spirits. Kazi Nazrul Islam was born at Churulia in the district of Burdwan in 1899. He was born in a poor but noble family. He did not get a good chance for regular education. He was a restless child by nature. The school education had no charm for him: He walked about and received his lessons from whatever he saw or heard all around him. As a school pupil, as a teacher of a moktab, as an assistant of a baker's shop, as a maker of songs for the Jatra Party and as a soldier in the First World War, he gathered a lot of experiences. 'Sarbahara', 'Bulbul'. 'Dhumketu' etc. are his notable works. They have a great contribution to Bengali literature. He composed thousands of songs and gajals. He also wrote so many novels, stories, dramas and poems. His poems inspired thousands of people to fight for our independence. Nazrul was at the same time a poet, a musician, a novelist, a story writer and a dramatist. Poet Nazrul Islam is greatly honoured as the national poet of Bangladesh. He died on the 29th August 1976 in Dhaka. But his literary works will never die.


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