Sanchita By Kazi Nazrul Islam (সঞ্চিতা – কাজি নজরুল ইসলাম)
- Book Name: Sanchita
- Author Name: Kazi Nazrul Islam
- Category: Poem
- Total pages: 88
- Total size: 10 MB.
- Language: Bengali
Short biography of Nazrul
Kazi Nazrul Islam (May 24, 1899 – August 29, 1986) , (senior 11, 1307 – Bhadra 12, 1363 BS), pioneering Bengali poet, one of the most popular Bengali poets of the twentieth century, musician, composer, philosopher The pioneering role in poetry is best known for its progressive motivation.
He is one of the Bengali language writers, patriots and the national poet of Bangladesh. His poems and songs are equally admired in West Bengal and Bangladesh. He has been called a rebellious poet because of his rebellious attitude in his poetry. The main theme of his poems was the protest against human oppression and social injustice and exploitation. The dignity and importance of Kazi Nazrul Islam in the Bengali mind of the twentieth century is immense. As a poet, writer, musician, journalist, editor, politician and soldier, Nazrul was always vocal against injustice and injustice.
This attitude is reflected in his poems and songs. His entry into the hands of Agniveena, his manifestation like a comet. As rebellious in writing, so in life – so “rebellious poet”. His birth and death anniversaries are celebrated every year in both Bengalis with special dignity.
Nazrul was born into a poor Muslim family. His primary education was religious. He also worked as a respected muezzin in a local mosque. As a teenager, he went on to work with various theater groups, gaining a thorough knowledge of poetry, drama and literature. After serving in the Indian Army for some time, he chose journalism as his profession. At that time he was living in Calcutta. During this time he embarked on a direct struggle against the British Raj. Published poems like Rebel and Bhangar songs, periodicals like Dhumketu. After being imprisoned, he wrote the statement of the political prisoner. Opposition to imperialism was evident in all these literary works. He had a special relationship with the pious Muslim community and the neglected Indian people. Love, liberation and rebellion
predominated in his literary work. He also wrote against religious sexism. Although he wrote short stories, novels and plays, he is better known as a poet. He gave birth to a new genre of Bengali poetry. This is Islamic music or ghazal. Apart from this, he also composed many excellent Shyama songs and Hindu devotional songs. Nazrul composed about 3000 songs and composed most of them which are now known as Nazrul Sangeet or “Nazrul Geeti” and are especially popular. In middle age, he contracted Pix Disease . As a result, he had to stay away from literary work till his death. At the same time he lost his mental balance. He came to Dhaka with his family in 1972 at the invitation of the Bangladesh government. At that time he was given the nationality of Bangladesh. This is where he died.