Musharraf Karim is confirmed dead at the age of 74.
Musharraf was best known as a Bangladeshi writer.
Musharraf Karim
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Karim in 2015
Born(1946-01-09)9 January 1946
Died11 January 2020(2020-01-11) (aged 74)
AwardsBangla Academy Literary Award (2003)
Musharraf Karim (9 January 1946 – 11 January 2020) was a Bangladeshi writer and journalist. He was conferred with the Bangla Academy Literary Award in 2003 for his contribution to juvenile literature. He was a fellow of Bangla Academy too.
Contents
1 Early life
2 Career
3 Death
4 Selected bibliography
4.1 Poetry
4.2 Novel
4.3 Juvenile literature
5 References
6 External links
Early life
Karim was born on 9 January 1946 in Mymensingh to M. A. Karim and Amina Khatun. His ancestors' house was situated at Khairati under Ishwarganj in Mymensingh. He passed matriculation from Edward Institution, Mymensingh in 1964. Later, he got admitted into Nasirabad College, Mymensingh. He completed higher secondary studies from there in 1967. He also graduated from there in 1972. Later, he got admitted into Ananda Mohan College. He completed his post graduate studies in Bangla from there in 1974. He took part in the movements against Ayub Khan in the sixties.
Career
Khan was the news editor of the Daily Dinkal. He was a permanent member of the Jatiya Press Club. He also served as the director of Tribal Cultural Academy.
Khan was involved in writing books too. He was also conferred with Bangla Academy Literary Award in 2003 for his contribution in juvenile literature. He was a fellow of Bangla Academy.
Death
Khan died on 11 January 2020 at a private hospital in Mymensingh at the age of 74.
Selected bibliography
Poetry
Pathorer Pothe
Onyo Ek Adibase
Se Noy Sundori Shirin
Kothay Se Dirgho Debdaru
Nibedoner Gondhodhala
Ontorer Byakul Byadhi
Ke Achhe, Keu Ki Achhe
Nirbachito Kobita
Ghaser Dogay Holud Foring
Novel
Purbopurushgon
Prothom Brishti
Swapnokabyo
Uponyastroyi
Juvenile literature
Kokakaka
Lebendish
Chhokka Mamar Galgolpo
Bogus Bhoot
Gu For Natin
Neelganjer Bhoot
Tom Sahebrr Odvut Bari
Nijhumpurer Porobari
Choraguhar Rohosyo
Voyongkor Chheledhora
Kishor Uponyas Somogro
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