Mohammad Rafiq (poet) Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth and Family

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Mohammad Rafiq (poet) was born on 1943 in Baitpur, Bagerhat, Bengal Presidency, British India, is a poet. Discover Mohammad Rafiq (poet)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 80 years old?

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Born 1943
Birthday 1943
Birthplace Baitpur, Bagerhat, Bengal Presidency, British India
Date of death August 6, 2023
Died Place Barisal District, Bangladesh
Nationality India

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Rafiq worked as a teacher at Chittagong College and at Dhaka College. After working in the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University for three decades, he retired in 2009.

“Through Mohammad Rafiq’s dozen volumes of poetry, Bengali readers have witnessed not only the evolution of a distinctive personal vision and style but also a reflection of the changing fortunes of a homeland—all against a backdrop of folk tradition (a typically Bengali mix of Hindu and Muslim lore) and timeless images of water and sky, sun and rain, clouds and dust. This is not to say that Rafiq’s poems tend to be predominantly “political” (other poets of Bangladesh more regularly respond to specific events and issues). Rather, an awareness Bangladesh’s freedom struggle, the time of idealism and hope after independence, and the long dark period of military rule after the assassination of the new nation’s first democratically elected leader, Sheikh Mujib Rahman, should help readers from less turbulent parts of the world understand the potentially explosive impact of a particular literary work and the extraordinary risks that a writer may take in writing and publishing it. When Hossain Muhammad Ershad—a dictator who fancied himself a poet—seized power in 1982, the people of Bangladesh had to endure crushing repression from his regime and from the growing forces of communalism.”

Mohammad Rafiq (born 1943) is a Bangladeshi poet. He was awarded Bangla Academy Literary Award in 1987 and Ekushey Padak in 2010.

Rafiq was born in 1943 in the village of Baitpur, Bagerhat, Bangladesh (then India). In his youth, his country was going through a political instability. During his student life at Dhaka University he was a political activist and was arrested and jailed twice. Pakistani martial law court sentenced him ten years of hard labour. He later was released earlier to complete his university studies. During the War of Independence of Bangladesh, he served as a Sector-1 commander and motivated the freedom fighters. Later he worked with the Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra.

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