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Dag Rekhe Jai

(I leave my footprint)
by Farid Sayed


Publisher: Mansur Muzammil, Sustain Sure Publication, 73, Kakrail, Eastern Commercial Complex, 5th Floor (Room No.5/15) Dhaka-1000. Date of Publication:  Boimela, 2019. Cover: Mohiuddin Akbar. Printing: Salvo Printing, 205, Fakirapul, Motijheel, Dhaka. Price: Tk. 150, US$ 8. Distributor: Ekattor Prokashoni, 38/4, Banglabazar, Dhaka-1100. Available at: Bangla Academy Boimela. Stall No 299.

oet, rhymer Farid Sayeed's first book of poems and rhymes 'Haat Baraley Jhorna' was published in 2018, which has been appreciated by literary personalities. He has close link with many literary and cultural organisations. His present book Dag Rekhe Jai in its name, is a commitment to contribute through literature which will uphold the poet’s name. Thus through this collection of poems and rhymes he proclaims his welfare creativity.
The contents include 42 poems and rhymes. These are based on patriotism, nature and environment, National Poet, ethics and morality, loved ones and humours.
The book has been dedicated to noted poet Mansur Muzammil.
We expect that the book will present the readers literary taste in the poems and rhymes. It will be a matter of more appreciation if the poet can uphold his dream to leave footprint in this arena.  n
 
     - Literature Desk

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