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New book published in Ekushey Book Fair

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Muktobuddhir charai-utrai: With 12 articles acclaimed author Jatin Sarker discuses about free thoughts, secularism, humanism and many more topics within the way of Dialectical materialism. Such wonderful book is published from Katha Prakash. And cover designed by Sabyasachi Hazra. Price BDT -200 only.



Ononter Banshi: Ekushey Padak winner well known poet Mahadev Saha brings a poetry collection from Anannya. There the rhymer depicts some wonder full poetry about making an endless wait; perhaps for a graceful. And he utters some silent rhythms of amour but in various diverse ways. Cover design was made by Dhruba Ash. Price BDT - 100 only.



Aloadharer jatri: An outstanding historical novel by eminent author Anisul Hoque. The book tells about the tales of historic movement of sixties. And has many attachments with his previous political-historic books. On its vast canvas the author unveils the sharp political steps of Bangladesh Awami League, which has taken in sixties situation. Along these there Anisul Hoque puts some unknown political crisis and life struggles of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Such a wonderful novel is published by Prothoma and cover design by Sabyasachi Hazra. Price BDT - 480 only.

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