THE LIBERATOR

Rise of Political Awareness in Young Mujib

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was very keen to know about everything and fond of studying a lot. His father used to buy a lot of books and he used to read out history, geography, English, Bangla, religion, science, literature, the stories about legends and the repression committed by the British regime to Mujib. According to his daughter Sheikh Rehana,...

Early Life of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was born in a renowned family in Tungipara of Gopalganj on 17 March 1920. He was the third child of Sheikh Lutfur Rahman and Sayera Khatun whose ancestry is traced back to Baghdad, Iraq. From the family history, it is estimated that around 400 years ago, Sheikh Awwal came from Iraq to preach Islam in the eastern...

Bangabandhu & Sports

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a sports lover from his childhood. After the independence of the country, he took a timely plan for the development of the stadium. In 1972, he formed the Bangladesh Cricket Control Board, now known as the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). Not only that, in the same year (1972), he established the Bangladesh S...

Bangabandhu's Thoughts on Bangla Language & Literature

The young Sheikh Mujibur Rahman played a historic role during the state language movement. He is the founder of language, culture and state-based Bengali nationalism in the modern world. However, as a writer, his skills are unmatched. The books 'Unfinished Memories' (2012), 'The Prison Diaries' (2017) and 'Amar Dekha Nayachin' (2020) are mainly ...

Bangabandhu & Language Movement

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had an outstanding contribution in organizing the language movement. He was active from the beginning of the language movement in 1947 till the end. Shortly after the creation of Pakistan in 1947, a number of political activists gathered at the Sirajuddaula Hotel in Calcutta to determine th...