Rizia Rahman

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Rizia Rahman
Native name রিজিয়া রহমান
Born 1939 (age 77–78)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Writer

Rizia Rahman (born 1939) is a Bangladeshi novelist. She is perhaps best known as the author of Bong Theke Bangla.[1]

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Ghar-Bhanga-Ghar (Broken-house, 1984)
  • Uttar Purush (Posterity, 1977)
  • Rokter Okshor (Blood Words, 1978)
  • Bong Theke Bangla (Bangla is from 'Bong', 1987)
  • Alikhito Upakhyan (An Unwritten Story, 1980)
  • Aranyer Kache (Near the Forest, 1980)
  • Jharer Mukhomukhi (Facing the Storm, 1986)
  • Ekal Cirokal (Now and Eternity, 1984)
  • Prem Amar Prem (Love, My Love, 1985)
  • Ekti Phuler Janya (For a Flower, 1986)
  • Shudhu Tomader Janya (Only for You, 1988)
  • Shhilay Shilay Agun (Stones in Fire, 1980)
  • Surja Sabuj Rakta (Sun Green Blood, 1980)
  • Dhabal Jyotsna (White Moon-light, 1980)
  • Harun Phereni (Harun did not Return, 1994)
  • He manab Manabi (Oh! Man and Woman, 1989)
  • Nodi Nirobodhi (2011)

Short stories[edit]

  • Caged in Paradise and Other Stories (2013)[2]

Awards[edit]

  • Bangla Academy Award (1978)
  • Jessore Sahitya parishad Puraskar (1984)
  • Bangladesh Lekhak Sangha Sahitya Padak (1985)
  • Kamar Mushtari Sahitya Padak (1990)
  • Ananya Sahitya Puraskar (1995)

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