And when old words die out on the tongue, new melodies break forth from the heart; and where the old tracks are lost, new country is revealed with its wonders. Good old great poems of the Ionian and Indian peninsulas, as everyone knows, are epics. And our two modern poems, however, belong to the genre of things known as ballads or sagas if you will. They are significantly named for a peasant society: Math and Ghat, i. But they are two, one almost says twin, ballads of modern Bengal, a country of two or more rivers, of two or more communities, a country that is no more, or almost no more. And Jasimuddin occasionally 'Jasim Uddin' in a manner of rendering in English is their author.

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Jasim Uddin is the famous poet from Bangladesh, especially for his dedication to write poems about the folklore culture. He is the only poet from the country whose poems depicts the beauty of the villages and people of villages.

The river itself is an enchanting for its beauty and environment. Inside the premise, you can see some used objects of the poet, for example camera, plates, bed, chair, some photos etc. Especially the ones those were at your text book during your childhood education.

Lots of visitors used to come to this place to pass the afternoon. The river, and the field beside the river is lovely for enjoying the beauty of the sunset. The large field beside the river is now a playing ground for the local people.

They used to pass their afternoon using playing football or other local plays there. For visitors, there are benches to sit, under sheds. During the 1st January to 18th January, there used to be a Mela Fair at this ground by the name of the Poet. But the Mela unofficially used to extend for another 2 days. So the total duration is 20 days.

The distance is around Air distance from Dhaka to Faridpur is 56 km. There are many restaurants in Faridpur district to have food. Referred to where to eat in Faridpur District, click here. Established by the department of Archaeology in , this museum mainly shows the different earthen and pottery samples.

However, there is a gallery to display the mythological characters of Hinduism made by Black Basalt. Additionally, on the way of entrance, there is a photo gallery too to let people aware about the historical structures of Khulna Division. Some terracotta, toys made with clay and building tiles are also there to display. For foreigners, it is taka. In the summertime the timetable is from 10 Am to 6 Pm.

Lunch brake is from 1 pm to Pm. Sunday Closed. At age 22, Rabindranath got married to a girl named "Vabatarini". Later she was introduced as Mrinalini Devi. It is assumed that the father of Mrinalini was involved in supervising the business of the Tagore family. Before his marriage, all of Rabindranaths kith and kin came to Pithavoge and stayed here. Then they went to Fulpur Daksmindihi to visit the bride. After that the marriage took placce at Kolkata. Now the two storied building has been decorated and renovated after receiving a government fund and was turned into a museum and photo gallery.

Some rare photos of Rabindranath Tagore is showcased here. Some important documents about Tagore's publications are also displayed here. A bust of Rabindranath Tagore is also there. Every year on Baishakh after the Bengali New Year Celebration , cultural programs are held here which lasts for three days. We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap. How to go. After reaching in Faridpur District, take any local transports to visit that place.

By Road. Where to Stay. Eating Facilities. It is a novel based on the tragic death of the grandchildren of Holy Prophet Mohammad. The incidents behind "Ashura" is being well written in here. He is considered as the first novelist to emerge from the Muslim society of Bengal. He was born and brought up at Lahinipara in Kushtia District. The original house at Kumarkhali being demolished almost years ago.

In the year , government established an auditorium in that place along with a primary school. Inside the Museum, visitors may not discover a significant number of collections. But, a few collections will make the visitor remember the lifestyle of this great novelist. There are only some agricultural tools, chairs, glasses and some armors used by Mir Mosharraf Hossain is being displayed for the visitors.

There are some rare and historical photographs too. Mir Mosharraf Hossain died in in Padamdi. In , Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh decided to build a memorial complex in his family graveyard in Padamdi, Rajbari. Which make the traveler confused as two of these structures are almost in similar pattern concentrating on the memories. But a traveler has to keep in mind that one is in Kushtia and another one is in Rajbari.

It shows the history of the nation since Mughal tenure to independence in It is the first and only underground museum in the country. The museum is part of a 67 acre complex at Suhrawardy Udyan, the site from where Sheikh Mujibur Rahman gave his historic speech declaring the struggle for independence, and where the Pakistani forces surrendered after the War of Liberation.

The museum was opened to public on 25th March , the 45th Independence Day of Bangladesh. Similar Places. More Stories. Talk to Us. Questions, issues or concerns? I'd love to help you! End chat.

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Selected Poems of Jasim Uddin

Born in Faridpur, Jasimuddin was educated at Culcutta University where he also worked as Ramtanu Lahiri assistant research fellow under Dinesh Chandra Sen from to In January, , Bangla Academy announced Jasimuddin Literary Award, a biennial award to be given for life-time contribution to Bangla literature. Jasimuddin was born in the village of Tambulkhana in Faridpur District on 1 January in his maternal uncle's house. His father, Ansaruddin Mollah, was a school-teacher. He matriculated from Faridpur Zilla School in


House of Poet Jasim Uddin

Jasim Uddin 1. Jasimuddin's deep involvement in non-communal socio-political movements championing the cause of Bengali language and literature gives his lyric and folksy poetry a keen edge of commitment and protest. His poems are popular as part of school curricula in West Bengal, India as much as in Bangladesh. Bangla musical genres like Aul, Baul, Marfati and Murshidi are heavily influenced by the mystic philosophy found in the Charyapadas. Besides, Vaishnava Padabalis--songs and verses praising Lord Vishnu--have also influenced Bangla music. Both these ballads cross the prescribed limits of folk poetry. In fact, they articulate a secular and humanist vision in a diction that is earth-sprung and elegant.

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