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Syed Shamsul Haque

Syed Shamsul Haque

Syed Shamsul Haque (born December 27, 1935) is a famous Bangladeshi literary. He is known as ‘Sabyasachi Authors’ for his smooth walks in poetry, novel, drama, short stories and all the branches of literature. He is known as a sabyasachi writer. Syed Shamsul Haq received the Bangla Academy award at the age of 29 only. He received the award at the youngest of the Bangla Academy Award winners.

Syed Shamsul Haq Syed Siddique Hussein and Halima Khatun are the first children of eight children. His father Syed Siddique Hussein was a homeopathic doctor. He used to practice medicine in Kurigram. According to Syed Shamsul Haque, he wrote the first verse he wrote in eleven-twelve years. In the Typhoid, a bedrock poem, in front of the kitchen of his house, a bird in a red turtle bird, a dulain, “There is a tree beside the window in my house / there are two red birds sitting on it.” Then, after matriculation examination in 1949-50, he wrote 200 poems in personal account. The first text of Syed Shamsul Haque was published in May 1951. In Fazle Lohani’s edited “Inevitable” magazine. There he has a story called “Udayast”.

Literary Syed Shamsul Huq started his education at Kurigram Minor School. There he studied up to the sixth grade. Then he was admitted to Kurigram High English School.Then, in 1950, Syed Shamsul Haq passed the Matriculation examination with Letter Marx in Gb.

Syed Shamsul Huq’s father wanted him to be a doctor. In 1951 he fled to Bombay to avoid such a claim. There she worked as an Assistant to Producer House in more than one year. Then in 1952, he returned to the country and was admitted to the human section as per his wish at Jagannath College. After the college pass, in 1954, he was admitted to the English Department of Dhaka University. Later, in 1956, before leaving the graduation, he left the studies untimely. Shortly after that, his first novel “Country of the Wall” was published.

Once in one state, the non-breaking festival, the other man

Blue sting, transliteration of silence, banned lobbies, and playing jam

Card, blood rose

Foot sounds are available

The guerrilla image was created on the basis of banned fires.
The award

He was awarded the Bangla Academy Award in 1966, the Adamjee Literature Award in 1966, the Alawal Literature Award in 1983, the Ekushe Padak in 1984, the Padabi Poetry Award in 1987, and the Nasiruddin Gold Medal in 1990.