Deshe Bideshe By Syed Mujtaba Ali

Deshe Bideshe By Syed Mujtaba Ali ( দেশে বিদেশে- সৈয়দ মুজতবা আলী )

History of Bengali literature abroad. The uniqueness of the original travel story book is the independence of Afghanistan and Syed Mujtaba Ali.

Book Info

  • Book Name: Deshe Bideshe
  • Author Name: Syed Mujtaba Ali
  • Category: Travel Books, Historical
  • Total pages: 396
  • Total size: 23 MB.
  • Language: Bengali
দেশে বিদেশে- সৈয়দ মুজতবা আলী

Short biography of Syed Mujtaba Ali

Syed Mujtaba Ali is a twentieth century Bengali writer. He is one of the novelists, short story writers, translators and humorists of modern Bengali literature.

Syed Mujtaba Ali was born on 13 September 1904 in Karimganj, Sylhet, Assam. Their original home was at Srihatta. Father’s name is Syed Sikandar Ali. Mujtaba Ali is a famous Bengali writer of the twentieth century. He gained considerable fame in the literary circles as a novelist, short story writer of modern Bengali literature, as well as a translator and humorist. In particular, he has become popular with literary lovers for his travelogues. He was a multilingualist, his erudition and his ability to be praised as a successful comedian.

Syed Mujtaba Ali received the Narsingh Das Award in 1949. He received the Ananda Award in 1981. In addition, the Government of Bangladesh awarded him the posthumous Ekushey Padak in 2005 for his outstanding contribution to the field of literature.

Syed Mujtaba Ali has traveled to different places for education. He has written many travel stories based on the experience of that journey. Some of his essays are feature religious, some are purely humorous. Reading his essay, it seems as if he is sitting down to make a juicy joke with the reader. His expertise in creating humor and his deep sense of life has made him one of the most famous figures in Bengali literature. His humorous essays have been able to entertain and delight the readers. He also expressed many heartaches and truths behind his laughter in his writings.

Died: Syed Mujtaba Ali died on 11 February 1984 in Dhaka.

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