Humayun Kabir Dhali

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Dhali, Humayun Kabir
Born (1964-10-30) October 30, 1964 (age 50)[citation needed]
Nationality Bangladesh
Occupation writer, journalist

Humayun Kabir Dhali (Bengali: হুমায়ুন কবীর ঢালী) (born 30 October 1964) is a writer and journalist in Bangladesh. He has written 50 books. These books are fiction, non-fiction story and novel books.

His first book, Mon Shudu mon Chuyesay, a love story, was published in 1991. Dusta Cheler Galpo is also a well-known Kishor novel. He has written more Tomar chokher jall, Dusta Cheler Galpo, Tiye Pakhir Janmadinay, Kaker Cha kongkaboti, Katush Kutush, Lejkata Bugh o Rajkonna, Neel Graher Rohossho, Ek Jay chilo Hunggor, Bilay Nengti, Kalo Murti Rohossho, Vuter Chow, Bilai Maw Kata Khow, Desh Bdesh er Rupkatha, Ek Dozon Rupkatha etc. Have some books Edit by him: Begum Rokeya Rachana Samogra, Nirbachito Vuter Galpo, Maakey Niye Eksho Chara, Pakhir Galpo Pakhir Chara, Sera Kishor Rupkatha, Sresto Vuter Galpo etc. His children book Tiye Pakhir Janmadinay's English version "On the Birthday of A Parrot" has been included in the curriculum of Keben primary school, TURKEY. His another children book A COWBOY AND A MAGIC MANGO TREE has been included in the curriculum of 9th State primary school of yannitsa, Municipality of pella, Greece. His science fiction NEEL GRAHER ROHOSSHO has published by Nirmal Book Agency, Kolkata, India.

Awards[edit]

  • Atish Dipankar gold medal[1]
  • Meena Award 2012 by UNICEF
  • Chokh Sahity Award 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ "24 get Atish Dipankar Gold Medal". New Age. 22 May 2007. Retrieved 21 December 2010. 

2. arthonitiprotidin.com/2013/07/20/চোখ-সাহিত্য-পুরস্কার-পেল/