যদ্যপি আমার গুরু pdf free download – Joddopi Amar Guru PDF
Joddopi Amar Guru PDF free download
যদ্যপি আমার গুরু রিভিউ:
I read an article by Abdullah Abu Sayyid a long time ago. The name is most likely “Kakatua of a Brahmin’s house” .. There the speaker mentioned a poem by Sheikh Saadi. The main part of it is a lot like this,
While walking in a forest-like place, the poet picked up a mound of earth. As soon as he picked up the lump and brought it to his nose, he got a sweet smell on his body. However, the smell of soil was “sonda”. The poet then asked the earthen lump, “Earthen lump, you should not have such a fragrance on your body. How did such a fragrance come about?”
The lump of soil then said to the poet, “Poet, you are right. My smell is not beautiful. But you know what? I was lucky in one thing. There was a big rose bush on top of the place where I was. In that tree, their fragrant petals have been falling on me for a long time. As I read, as I read, their scent was once wrapped around my body. That’s why my scent has become as beautiful as a rose. ”
In the same way, Professor Abdur Razzak has enriched and enriched a large section of the grateful people of our country for more than fifty years in contact with Sir. It is easier to calculate who is among them, than who is not. And those who have not come in contact with him, who have not been mesmerized by the magnetic force of his erudition, it can be said that it is actually their misfortune. Ahmed Shafar’s powerful pen on the occasion of Prof. Abdur Razzak’s speeches on various issues, state thought-literature-personality-religion-philosophy-history are the words that are said openly in the book “Although my guru”. The main purpose of the book is to form the proverbial Manisha of Professor Abdur Razzak, and to form an idea about the people Abdur Razzak.
I do not have the ability or knowledge to say much about this book separately. Because, it is not a book unfamiliar or less popular. Like everyone else who has read the book, I also say that it is a masterpiece and at the same time timeless.
It would not be an exaggeration to call Professor Abdur Razzak, a national professor, eminent academician and intellectual, an ongoing encyclopedia. His relationship with world-renowned scholars, his relationship with the Anglo-American University-Scholars, and his esteem are also reflected in the pages of the book arranged in black letters. But in my opinion the most vivid part is the context of Professor Abdur Razzak as a human being. I have noticed how he has dealt with people who have spoken against him in different situations. By the way, it can be said about the current renowned thinker Salimullah Khan. Abdur Razzak Sir probably had an apparent ideological clash with him. Even then, Abdur Razzak Sir’s generous attitude and all-out cooperation towards him was noticeable. Again,
US Security Adviser Henry Kissinger His activities in our war of independence were anti-Bangladesh. Although he had a good personal relationship with Abdur Razzak Sir, he did not like his political activities. What would you say to calling Abdur Razzak Sir Kissinger’s colleague?
Despite being such a great scholar, one has to be amazed at the gentleness and indifference of Razzak Sir. I was even more shocked to learn that this proverbial, ungrateful, thin man was so secluded that he had never written a book in his life! But it has been considered as a source of inspiration for young students for decades. From the source of knowledge of such a person that he did not leave for us, did not write, did not go through, I could feel the loss from time to time.
Students should have the same rights over the affection of teachers as the child has over the mother – Abdur Razzak Sir thought it was perfect
Definition is no more.
Throughout the book, not only Professor Abdur Razzak, but also the lives of a few others are indirectly reflected in various places in the book. In particular, the artist SM Sultan. At that time he did not get a fair price, our society still does not evaluate him properly.
In the mid-fifties, when all the modern paintings are being worked on, the artist SM Sultan has cut the brush in private without anyone noticing. No one knew this man for a long time. This is what Shafa wrote,
“Some people are born, those who can’t keep the boundaries of birth. But not all of them can be called short-lived. Many children of such a strange nature are born in the world, who have a natural desire to break the bond of birth. Sheikh Muhammad Sultan is lucky. He is also cursed with misfortune. ”
There is the story of Niaz Morshed becoming the Grandmaster, and the role of Abdur Razzak Sir behind it.
There are also references to how Razzak Sir’s direct contact with Ahmed Shafar during his composition “The Mind of the Bengali Muslim” and during the translation of the “Faust” by the great poet Goethe have benefited him.
Let’s face it, even though people appreciate Ahmad Shafar’s writing when they read “Even My Guru”, they are more fans of Professor Abdur Razzak Sir. But while reading, I kept in mind that I am looking at Abdur Razzak Sir from the perspective of Ahmed Shafar. Chafa himself says that the composition stands in the language of the great poet Alaol-
“I do devotion to Guru Muhammad, I will express my thoughts in places” is a lot like this.
So sometimes some facts seem to be exaggerated. For example, it has been said in two places that the idea of separating Bangladesh from Pakistan and building it as a separate state also came from the head of Razzaq Sir. Elsewhere, it is said that the idea of six points came from Razzak Sir. I have worked hard on these two issues. In some cases, nothing has been cleared about Razzak Sir’s stand, there is still fog. For example, although there was talk of Bangabandhu’s regime after 1971, nothing was said about the role of Abdur Razzak Sir in the 1971 war, the assassination of Bangabandhu in 1975 or the brutal assassination of four national leaders. But it has been seen that well-known ministers and bureaucrats appointed during the tenure of different governments have somehow come in contact with Abdur Razzak Sir.
Moreover, contemporary issues, various narrowness of society, limitations have come up in various contexts. The conversation of Professor Abdur Razzak and Ahmad Shafa about all these is quite enjoyable. Due to my limited knowledge of economics, two or three chapters have passed over my head. However, I will not say that my interest in the book has diminished, or that the book has failed. The content of the book is not at all harsh or serious, but full of humor and wit.
Some quotes from the book have left a big mark on my consciousness. Especially-
“Understood, Maulvi Ahmad Shafa, writing is like throwing a stone in an oil pond. The bigger the stone you throw, the louder the wave will rise in the mind of the reader and the longer it will stay. And reading is a different matter. Ask him out well if he is no longer absorbed in the connection. You may not be able to read the book in your own language. Your language may not be as strong as the author’s, your vocabulary may be a little weak, but if you can’t reproduce the real thing in your mind, be patient.
I have a few complaints about the production of the book. There is no such thing as a good book in the country, it has reached the eighth edition. It is perhaps more important now to pay close attention to its binding. And what is the reason for using two different font sizes on two pages of the book? 12 on one page, 14 on the other.
I think not reading the book which is placed in the top 500 books by the students of different universities is like a personal failure in the life of every Bengali. The success of the book is that
Today, Abdur Razzak Sir passed away almost 21 years ago, yet we, the people of this generation, know, read and wonder about him. Following the word of mouth is to say,
“Even though my guru goes to the bar,
However, his name is Nityananda Roy. ”