Poet, writer and organizer Nazmul Huda has edited the book ‘Amar Bangabandhu’ about Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of the Bengali nation. On the centenary of Bangabandhu’s birth and the golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence, he edited and covered a huge book with 100 writings by 100 authors.
At the national level, those who have seen Bangabandhu up close, are constantly working to spread Bangabandhu’s ideology among the new generation, they have evaluated Bangabandhu in different ways, in different contexts. Among them are Bangabandhu’s daughter Hon’ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Deputy Speaker Fazle Rabbi Mia, cabinet member Obaidul Quader, Mustafa Jabbar, Dr. Abdur Razzak, Md. Shahab Uddin, Farhad Hossain, Prime Minister’s Adviser Salman F Rahman, Justice Abu Jafar Siddiqui, former governor Atiur Rahman, Professor A. A. M. S. Arefin Siddique, Dr. Mizanur Rahman, Dr. Rashid Askari, poet Kamal Chowdhury, prominent journalist Syed Badrul Ahsan, fiction writer Selina Hossain, Dr. SA Malek, Senior Secretary Sirajul Islam, Additional Secretary Bazlur Rashid, Deputy Secretary Abul Khair Mohammad Hafizullah Khan, Banker Mohammad Shams-ul Islam, Fiction Writer Syed Nurul Alam, Poet Hamidul Alam Sakha and many more. Everyone’s writings show deep affection and love for Bangabandhu. Their psychological consciousness will arouse the reader who believes in Bangabandhu doctrine and make him confident.
The texts are featured by a number of young, school-college students. They are young in age. There is youth in their thoughts about Bangabandhu. It is very difficult to write anything about someone, especially a huge man-like Bangabandhu. He has done this hardest work only out of compassion and love. The fact that writing emanates from the power of the soul, from mortal life and from the ephemeral, can be understood only by reading the writings in the book. As there is construction in writing, so there is creation. There is imagination, there is endless following with imagination. Every writing in the book has become a Mujib. One is Bangladesh.
At the end of the book, 100 quotes of Bangabandhu have been attached and this has been done by the publisher Arif Nazrul himself. From the quotes, the reader can understand how meaningful and relevant the words are. In addition, 35 Bangabandhu’s eventful diaries with dates are given at the end of the book, which has given the book more status.
In the end, it can be said that by publishing such a book on the birth centenary of Bangabandhu, a place of affection and respect for Bangabandhu has been created. And it can be said emphatically that the new generation will be an outstanding successor of Bangabandhu. Bengali has published the 304-page book on the initiative of Swapnashilan. Cover by Rashed Hawladar. The price of the book is 1200 rupees.