List of works of Kazi Nazrul Islam

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This is a complete listing of the works by Kazi Nazrul Islam, in the Bengali language.

Poetry[edit]

  • Agni Bina (The Fiery Lute), 1922
  • Sanchita (Collected poems), 1925
  • Phanimanasa (The Cactus), 1927
  • Chakrabak (The Flamingo), 1929
  • Satbhai Champa (The Seven Brothers of Champa), juvenile poems, 1933
  • Nirjhar (Fountain), 1939
  • Natun Chand (The New Moon), 1939
  • Morubhaskar (The Sun in the Desert), 1951
  • Sanchayan (Collected Poems), 1955
  • Nazrul Islam: Islami Kobita (A Collection of Islamic Poems; Dhaka, Bangladesh: Islamic Foundation, 1982)

Poems and songs[edit]

  • Dolan Chapa (name of a faintly fragrant monsoon flower), 1923
  • Bisher Bashi (The Poison Flute), 1924
  • Bhangar Gan (The Song of Destruction), 1924 proscribe in 1924
  • Chhayanat (The Raga of Chhayanat), 1925
  • Chittanama (On Chittaranjan), 1925
  • Samyabadi (The Proclaimer of Equality), 1926
  • Puber Hawa (The Eastern Wind), 1926
  • Sarbahara (The Proletariat), 1926
  • Sindhu Hindol (The Undulation of the Sea), 1927
  • Jinjir (Chain), 1928
  • Pralaya Shikha (Doomsday Flame), 1930 proscribed in 1930
  • Shesh Saogat (The Last Offerings), 1958

Short stories[edit]

  • Rikter Bedan (The Sorrows of Destitute), 1925
  • Shiulimala (Garland of Shiuli), 1931
  • Byathar Dan (Offering of Pain), 1992

Novels[edit]

  • Bandhan Hara (Free from Bonds), 1927
  • Mrityukshuda (Hunger for Death), 1930
  • Kuhelika (Mystery), 1931

Plays and drama[edit]

  • Jhilimili (Window Shutters), plays, 1930
  • Aleya (Mirage), song drama, 1931
  • Putuler Biye (Doll's Marriage), children's play, 1933
  • Madhumala (Garland of Honeysuckle) a musical play, 1960
  • Jhar (Storm), juvenile poems and play, 1960
  • Pile Patka Putuler Biye (Doll's Marriage), juvenile poems and play, 1964

Essays[edit]

  • Joog Bani (The Message of the Age), 1926
  • Jhinge Phul (The Cucurbitaccus Flower), 1926
  • Durdiner Jatri (The Traveller through Rough Times), 1926
  • Rudra Mangal (The Violent Good), 1927
  • Dhumketu (The Comet), 1961

See also[edit]

Kazi Nazrul Islam