ROKONUZZAMAN KHAN Green are dark forest, meadow, river-banks and cropland Everywhere there resides Sheikh Mujibur Rahman In this golden land fields yield golden paddy in abundance Looking at the smile of crop it seems that Sheikh Mujib smiles When Bangali… Continue reading
SIKANDER ABU ZAFAR Under the sanctimonious happy resort of motherâ€™s care When the babbling of the child with fearful surprise Stops the hands weaving mats of date-palm leaves A few moments happiness shankhachil or sounds of doves A few new… Continue reading
MAJHARUL ISLAM Taking oath from Mujib I plunged into the war with weapon in hand Taking warmth from the Sun I sprinkled those to the meadows Vow of the battle-fields is my vow Iâ€™ll lead the glorious chariot of Victory… Continue reading
ABUL HUSSAIN I can not loose you, even now O my hero, you can not go away Your sudden desertion, like this What was that so urgent? You never left us, ever before You never took the seat of exaltation… Continue reading
SHAMSUR RAHMAN A boy, a village lad, Runs through the fields and lanes Bright smile like the rays of the Sun Lights in his lips Looks towards the greens and the creepers In great love The river Madhumati smiles too… Continue reading
SYED SHAMSUL HAQUE I was born in Bangla, I speak in Bangla I walk thousand years on the borders of the fields of Bangla I walk keeping behind my footsteps on the soft silts Thirteen thousand rivers ask me, â€˜From… Continue reading
GOURI PROSANNA MAJUMDER Hear, from the voice of one Mujibur Billions of voices of Mujibur is echoed In the skies and air Bangladesh, O, my Bangladesh. From the muddy path going beyond the greenery I shall again come and Take… Continue reading
RAFIQUE AZAD Shall you hear the subjects not included in the text-book Shall you contradict after hearing the truth? With whose efforts, dedication this country is born? To eliminate his name, is it that easy? For two decades the country… Continue reading
HAYAT MAHMUD We are not Gods. Were you one of it? Errorsâ€” that human beings usually perform You have paid a lot for interminable mistakes We have to pay for all those inheritance. When human beings goes at the end… Continue reading
MAHADEV SHAHA Wherever we cast our eyes, rivers, fields, forests and grass of Bangla We memorize you, Bangabandhu again and again When we see at the serene waters of moon-light-clad lakes Somebody tells me again and again I hear your… Continue reading
NIRMALENDU GOON Mujib means, but nothing else Mujib means freedom Childâ€™s love with his father, Treaty ever unwritten. Mujib means, but nothing else Mujib means strength Dedication till eternity Keeping head high and bold of the Bangali Mujib means, but… Continue reading
BELAL CHOWDHURY Eternity, lifelong Bangabandhu Bangladesh Unending Unquenchable Super white, unblemished Ever green, ever youthful Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib.
SHAMSUL ISLAM My hope My language Dream and future The flag of independence Of this Bangla Fly above all. Blood-drenched Sun is painted on the flag, O, look. In everybodyâ€™s heart There remain Bangabandhu Sheikh.
MUHAMMAD NURUL HUDA Todayâ€™s fifteenth August, todayâ€™s mourning of the Bangalees Let whole of the sky of Bangla he a half-mast flag Todayâ€™s empty, todayâ€™s desolation, today people are all shattered In Rard, Harikel, in Banga and Samatath In great… Continue reading
FAZAL-E-KHODA Our strength our pride Banglabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Friend and Father of the Nation Soul of Bangalee, life of Bangalee. Fiery words speak out in revolution Fiery are the words â€˜Joy Banglaâ€™ Freedom, liberation have given us Banglabandhu Sheikh… Continue reading
BIMAL GUHA For a long time silent darkness Engulfed these eyes- couldn’t see faraway, Sunshine also was covered for an uninterrupted period Primitive light of the dawn halted at the door Lying on the stairs, this man’s eyes didn’t wake… Continue reading