Syed Mujtaba Ali

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One of the eminent writers who enriched Bengali literature with his sheer language, Syed Mujtaba Ali was born on September 13. 1904. He was greatly inspired by Rabindranath Tagore that is evident from his novels and short stories. He is often regarded as one of the finest creators of Bengali Belles Letters (Romyo Rochona). His literary pieces are of great importance as they depict the simple lives of people around and their relationships. Another crucial aspect of his writings is that they are easily comprehensive that every reader enjoys. Some of his famous works include ‘Deshe Bideshe’, ‘Panchatantra’, ‘Chacha Kahini’, ‘Jaley Dangay’, ‘Shabnam’, ‘Parash Pathar’, ‘Duhara’, ‘Hitler’, ‘Musafir’, ‘Prem’, etc. He was awarded with the Ananda Puraskar in 1961 and Ekushey Padak in 2005. He passed away on February 11, 1974.


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