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This page was last edited on 17 Novemberat Retrieved from ” https: A journalist by hafkz Hafiz eventually found the literature section of newspapers as his professional abode while he served as a literary editor of a number of newspapers over the past four decades.
Helal Hafiz born 7 October is a Bangladeshi poet. Retrieved 30 January Hafiz earned the repute of being an established poet of verve, vigour and emptiness long ahead of the publication of his first collection of poems: Je Jale Agun Jwale The water where fire is ignited in In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
Kaler Kantha in Bengali. But the instability in the newspaper industry also threw him out of the job several times, exposing him to extreme difficulties.
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He explained his silence as the outcome of a sense of fright of losing popularity after the tremendous success that reached him to the peak of fame. He won Bangla Academy Literary Award Hafiz at Dhaka Lit Fest Retrieved 11 May His luck in gambling earned him the repute of being a great gambler in close circle and in one of his newspaper interviews Hafiz bluntly said during his state of joblessness, gambling appeared to be his major income source for a period.
Archived from the original on 16 May CS1 Bengali-language sources bn All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from May Views Read Edit View history. His fiery poems gave him an image of an angry protestor, but acquaintances find in him as a timid personality, a character more befitting for a poet of love.
Archived from the original on 2 February Hafiz, however, gradually resumed his literary activities recently coming up with his Kabita Ekattur Poems Seventy One recently to make visible again his formidable presence in the literary arena while his third book is set to hit the bookstalls in few months. He is considered a true representative of the poets of his generation.
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It returned as a popular slogan of student activists and left-leaning organisations during popular movements against military or autocratic rules in independent Bangladesh. On completion of his schooling and college studies at his hometown in northern Netrokona, Hafiz got himself enrolled at the University of Dhaka, at a time when it appeared as main centre of the brewing nationalist movement which eventually saw the emergence of independent Bangladesh.
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