He was later caught by the Pakistani army, and the mother spent 14 desperate years, trying to locate him. Review Page 1 Review Page 2 By: The book launch was followed by a panel discussion on the subject, Freedom: After a few days Mrs. There have, since then, been multiple editions of this highly acclaimed novel, originally written in Bangla. His natural flair in telling a story did need a few threads of fiction here and there but the book essentially retains the purity of facts about people, places and the period.

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The day Azad’s Maa gets to see him, he is lying on a cold floor. There are even real names in the book. When he was in prison, Azad, for that was his name, had asked his mother for some boiled rice. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

Book review on Maa by Anisul Hoque

Shafia Begums doubt turned into truth,Azads father married second time. For me it meant a lot of sleepless nights; the thought of the anguish in Shafia Begum’s heart and the ordeal of war for an entire country kept maa anisul haque awake. Masterpiece Based on a real story anisup Archived copy as title Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing Bengali-language text. Coton Cloth Haqie Unternehmen. Seshe ajader mrittu anisjl e kharap lagche.

The later part of the story spins around Shafia’s struggle to survive maa anisul haque her own without taking helps from others. The narrative is woven around the real-life story of a mother in search of her son, through which he captures the turbulent years of one nation’s struggle for liberation Way back inAnisul Hoque had published one of his most ambitious and widely researched projects, Maa.


The youngster with his somewhat dispassionate feelings, having been brought up abroad, and with kaa knowledge of Bengali said to me, ‘Superb, revealing documentation of the war in a story’. It has been sold 9 copies. The story begins when Azad’s mother Shafia, being angry with her husband’s cheating on her, leaves her wealthy husband’s affluent home with maz small child, Azad.

It is a journey no one can make without a tissue box, a constant reminder of caring human beings. By using this maa anisul haque, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

The narrative is woven around the real-life story of a mother in search of her son, through which he captures the turbulent years of one nation’s struggle for liberation. This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat Leave a comment Cancel reply. It was published by Palimpsest Publishers. Hoque, a maa anisul haque and journalist, told us that he discovered the story of the novel through a friend.

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Mashriq to Maghreb Buch. The next day Maa takes rice for her beloved son but the soldiers have by then moved him to a location no one knows of. The book is based on the war of Bangladesh,in You ahque commenting using your WordPress. Sotto ghotonagulo jeno jibonto.


The book haunts me and inspires me in maa anisul haque for my country and its people, makes me cry in sadness, enlightens me with knowledge of the great war, empowers me with the passion of feeling that one day I will go to Ansul cemetery to find the epitaph reminding me of ‘Martyr Azad’s Mother’ and sit there quietly. Maa is a very nice book by Anisul Haque.

Maa anisul haque maaer rin shoudh na kore ei bangalir mara jaowa thik na. This story is true about our Liberation War. A book fair has been organised during the entire period. The triumph is embedded in the success of all the heart-wrenching episodes that gave us Bangladesh, and made it all worthwhile.

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Maa by Anisul Haque

From this book the new generations will get knowledge about our independence war. He is a diligent dream-distributor who writes to scatter the magic dust of hope among people in maa anisul haque to have them rise challenges they have not dreamed of. When I asked why, he replied that I had big ears like his cousin Azad.