Rabeya Khatun

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Rabeya Khatun
রাবেয়া খাতুন
Born 1935 (age 81–82)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation novelist
Awards Bangla Academy Award (1973)

Rabeya Khatun (Bengali: রাবেয়া খাতুন), (1935) is a Bangladeshi novelist.[1]

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Modhumati (1963)
  • Mon Ek Shwet Kapoti (Mind is a White Pigeon, 1965)
  • Ononto Onwesha (Endless Pursuit, 12967)
  • Rajabagh (1967)
  • Saheb Bazar (1967)
  • Ferari Surjo (Fugitive Sun, 1975)
  • Onek Joner Ekjan (One of Many Persons, 1976)
  • Jiboner Ar Ek Naam Dibos Rojoni (Another Name of Life is Day and Night, 1980)
  • Bayanno Golir Ek Goli (One of Fifty Two Alleys, 1984)
  • Baganer Naam Malnichara (Name of the Garden is Malnichara)
  • Ei Birohokal (This Time of Separation, 1995)
  • Ei Bhora Bador Mah Bhador (This Rainy Day of the Month of Bhadra, Second Edition, 1995)
  • Rabeya Khatuner Nirbacita Premer Upanyas (Selected Novels of Rabeya Khatun, 1995)
  • Priya Gulshana (Beloved Gulshana, 1997).

Awards[edit]

  • Bangla Academy Award (1973)
  • Lekhika Sangha Award (1980)
  • Nasiruddin Gold Medal
  • Humayun Kadir Memorial Award
  • Uro Shishu Shahitya Award (2003)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rabeya Khatun's life-sketch based docu 'Kothashilpir Protikriti'". The New Nation. December 27, 2011. Retrieved November 8, 2014 – via HighBeam Research. (Subscription required (help)). 

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