Humayun will remain live……

While working in huge pressure, I feel good to write here……….sometimes I have nothing to write……..sometimes situations do not allow to think and also to write!………sometimes it becomes difficult to have written expression of thoughts…….yet I try and I try to keep trying indeed………

During my secondary level of education, I started developing a good reading habit outside of textbooks and some characters like HIMU, Mishir Ali and many others had become a major influential part of my thoughts. I loved to play with logic and anti-logic and Mishir Ali and Himu inspired me to do so. Then, I certainly started developing a practice of self-thinking. Still now, I feel good when I get an opportunity to think myself or to think in my way. The creator of those mysterious character Humayun Ahmed died on last Thursday. He will remain live through his immortal creations…..

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Humayun Ahmed (1948-2012) was born to Foyzur Rahman (a high-ranked police officer and writer, who gained martyrdom in the liberation war). He was somehow very simple and legend in his own way of thinking and writing. He passed away in last Thursday(19 July,2012). I don’t feel any sorrow for him but I feel the same for the characters he created!………..they are so real and in some way part of our surroundings……………

My favorite and selected novels written by Humayun Ahmed

* Lilaboti (2006) * Kobi (Poet) * Nondito Noroke (In A Blissful Hell) * Shongkhoneel Karagar * Mondroshoptok * Durey Kothay (Far Away) * Sourav (Fragrance) * Nee * Phera(Return) * Krishno Paksha (Dark Moon) * Saajghar(Dressing Room) * Bashor * Gouripur Junction (Gouripur Junction) * Nripoti (Emperor)(Drama) * Omanush (Inhuman)(Adaptation of Man on Fire (novel) by A. J. Quinnell) * Bohubrihi * Eishob Din Ratri (These days and nights) * Ashabori * Daruchini Dwip(Daruchini Island) * Shuvr* Nokhkhotrer Raat (Starry Night) * Amar Achhey Jol (I Have Tears) * Kothao Kew Nei (No One No where) * Aguner Parashmony (Philosopher stone of fire) * Srabon Megher Din * Akash Jora Megh * Mohapurush (Great Man) * Rupali Dwip(Silver Island) * Kalo Manus (Black man) * Ke Kotha Koy (Who’s Talking) * Maddhanya (2007)(Noon) * Maddhanya 2 (2008)(Noon) * Eshtishon(Station) * The Exorcist (Adaptation of The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty, published from Sheba Prokashoni) * Moddhanya Akhanda (2008) * Tithir nil tualey (Tithi’s blue towel) * Mrinmoyee * Mrinmoyeer mon valo nei * Noboni * Aj chitrar biye (Today is Chita’s marriage ceremony) * Tumi amay dekechile chutir nimontrone (When u invited me in the vacation) * Shedin choitromash (That was the month of choitro)    * Prothom prohor * Opekkha (The waiting) * Oporanno (Afternoon) * Aj ami kuthao jabona (I will not go anywhere today)                        * Ondhokarer gan (Song of the dark) * Jokhon dube jabe purnimar chad * Chader aloy koyekjon jubok (Some young people in the moonlight) * Tetul bone juchona * Jodio shondha * Ai! Shuvro, Ai! * Onnodin * Tumake (To you) * Ononto ombore * Pakhi amar akla pakhi * Nil oporajita (Blue flower)* Dui duari* Brishti bilash* Nil manush (Blue man)* Jonom jonom* Jolpoddo* Jol juchona (Watery moonlight)* Shomudro bilash* Chaya shongi (Shade mate)* Megher chaya (Shade of clouds)* Priyotomeshu (Dear)* akjon mayaboti* Mirar gramer bari (Village of Mira)* Choitrer ditio dibosh (Second day of choitro)* Amar chelebela (My childhood days)
* Kichu shoishob (Some childhood days)* Dekha odekha (Seen unseen)* Cheleta (That boy)* Lilua batash
*Asmanira tin bun* Pencil a aka pori (A fairy drawn by pencil) * Uralponkhi

Misir Ali books: Once I tried to think like Mishir Ali!

Nishithini • Nishad • Onish • Brihonnola • Bipod • Misir Alir Omimangshito Rohoshso • Ami Ebong Amra • Tandra Bilash
• Ami e Misir Ali • Kohen Kobi Kalidash • Voy (Story collection) • Bagh-Bondi Misir Ali • Misir Ali’r Choshma (2008)
• Misir Ali! Apni Kothai?(2009)

Himu Series: They helped me to learn ultimate madness!!

• Moyurakkhi-(1990) • Darojar Opashe-(1992) • Himu-(1993) • Parapar-(1993) • Ebong Himu-(1995) • Himur Hatay Koyekti Nill Poddo-(1996) • Himur Ditiyo Prohor-(1997) • Himur Rupali Ratri-(1998) • Ekjon Himu Koekti Jhijhi Poka-(1999) • Tomader Ei Nogore-(2000) • Chole Jay Bosonter Din-(2002)• Shey Ashe Dhire-(2003) • Himu Mama-(2004) • Angool Kata Joglu-(2005) • Halud Himu Kalo RAB-(2006) • Aj Himur Biye-(2007) • Himu Rimande-(2008) • Himur Moddhodupur-(2009) •Himur nil jochona-(2010)

Books on liberation war: These are Humayun’s best creations

• 1971
• Aguner Parashmoni
• Shyamal Chhaya
• Anil Bagchir Ekdin
• Jostnya O Jononeer Golpo

Science Fiction

• Tomader Jonno Valobasa (Love For You All) • Anonto Nakhatrobithi • Fiha Sameekaran (Equation Fiha)
• Erina • Kuhok (Enchantment) • Ema • Omega Point • Shunyo (Zero) • Onno Bhuban (The Other World) • Ditio Manob • Ahok (Collection) • Manobi

Supernatural

• Advut Sob Golpo • Kalo Jadukar • Pipli Begum • Kani Daini • Kutu Miah • Poka (Insect) • Parul o tinti kukur • Nil hati • Bhoot bhutong bhutou • Mojar bhoot

Poems

• Grehothagi Josna (Kakoli Prokasoni)

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