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Taslima Nasrin

Taslima Nasreen(Widely known as Taslima Nasrin) is the most prominent, most famous Bangladeshi Author, physician, secular humanist, and human rights activist. Activist. Poet Taslima Nasrin was born on August 25, 1962, in Mymensingh, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).

Nasrin’s parents Dr. Rajab Ali and Edul Ara. Her father was a professor of medical law at Mymensingh Medical College. Taslima has written thousands of poetry novels in his personal life with her extraordinary pen’s touch and was won many prestigious awards for some good deeds.

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Selfie Photo

Bio/Wiki

Full Name:Taslima Nasrin
NickName:Nasrin
Profession:Author and Activist
Active years:1973–present
Nationality:Bangladeshi
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Swedish
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Indian
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Birthday, Age & More

Birthday:25 August 1962
Birthplace:Mymensingh, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
Age Now:58 Years ( Updates- 2020)
Zodiac Sign:Virgo

Family & Relative

Father’s Name:Dr. Rajab Ali
Mother’s Name:Edul Ara
Brother:Not Known
Sister:Not Known
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Picture

Height Weight & Body Facts

Height:In inches- 5’4” inches
In meters- 1.62 m
In centimeters- 162cm
weight:In kilogram- 58 kg
In pounds- 127.868 lbs
Bra Size:36B
Waist Size: 26 inches
Hip Size:38 inches
Body measurement:36-26-38 inches
Body Shape:Triangle
Eye color:Black
Hair color:Black
Shoe Size:6(US)

Relationship and Affairs

Marital Status:Married
1st Husband’s Name:Rudra Mohammad Shahidullah
Taslima Nasrin with her 1st Husband
Marriage Date:1982
Divorced Date:1986
2nd Husband’s Name:Nayeemul Islam Khan
Taslima Nasrin 2ndt Husband
Marriage Date:1990
Divorced Date:1991
3th Husband’s Name:Minar Mahmud
Marriage Date:1991
Divorced Date:1992
Boyfriend:Not known
Children:Not Known
Recent-Relationship Status:Not Known
Taslima Nasrin with her family Photo
with her family Photo

Some laser known fact about Taslima Nasrin

  • Does Nasrin like smoking? : No
  • Does She drink alcohol? : No, But sometimes she does.
  • She is a citizen of three countries, Bangladesh, India, and Sweden.
  • Taslima Nasrin is married to three.
  • When Nasreen published two novels in 1992, it failed due to much controversy.
  • Because of writing books against Islam, she fled Bangladesh under pressure from Muslims.
Taslima Nasrin with Cat Picture
with Cat Picture
  • After retiring from Bangladesh in 1994, Taslima spent the next ten years in Sweden, Germany, France, and the US.
  • AlthoughTaslima Nasrin was born into a Muslim family; over time, she became an atheist.

Personal info

Religion:Islam
Education:MBBS
School:Which to a high school
College:Mymensingh Medical College
University :University of Dhaka
Taslima Nasrin Saree Photo
Saree Photo

Controversies

Nasreen started publishing prose in the late 1980s. The documentary novel “Lajja” or “Lajja” produced three essays and a collection of four books before it was the issue where Muslim fanatics attacked the Hindu family.

Taslima Nasrin endured many attacks for her critical investigation of Islam and her demand for women’s equality. Many took to the streets demanding Fasi against him. In May 1994, she was the interview in the Kolkata edition of The Statesman, where Niti claimed that she had only called for abolishing Islamic Sharia law.

Taslima Nasrin her bed room Photo
her bed room Photo

Besides, a militant group member threatened to spread thousands of venomous snakes in the capital if she was doesn’t execute. She fled to Sweden in 1994 after two months in hiding.

Awards and nominations

Award TitleFromYears
Ananda AwardWest Bengal, India1992 and 2000
Sakharov Prizefreedom of thoughts from the European Parliament1994
Human Rights AwardGovernment of France1994
Edict of Nantes PrizeFrance1994
Kurt Tucholsky PrizeSwedish PEN, Sweden1994
Feminist of the YearFeminist Majority Foundation1994
Scholarshipthe German Academic Exchange Service1995
Distinguished Humanist AwardInternational Humanist and Ethical Union1996
Erwin Fischer AwardInternational League of non-religious and atheists (IBKA)2002
Freethought Heroine AwardFreedom From Religion Foundation2002
UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prizethe promotion of tolerance and non-violence2004
Honorary doctorateAmerican University of Paris2005
Grand Prix International Condorcet-Aron2006
Simone de Beauvoir Prize2008
Feminist Press awardUS2009
Honorary doctorateUniversite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium2011
Honorary citizenshipEsch, Luxembourg2011
Honorary citizenshipMetz, France2011
Honorary citizenshipThionville, France2011
Honorary doctorateParis Diderot University, Paris, France2011
Universal Citizenship PassportParis, France2013
Academy AwardThe Royal Academy of Arts, Science and Literature, Belgium,2013
Taslima Nasrin with foods Picture
with foods Picture

Favorite Things

Favorite Foods:Fast food & Rice
Favorite book:Da Vinci Code
Favorite Colours:Black, White, Red
Favorite Perfume:JAR Bolt of Lightning, 1.6 Fl oz.
Favorite Singer:Britney Spears & Michael Jackson
Favorite Sports:Chess & cricket
Favorite cricketer:Shakib Al Hasan
Favorite Destination:United States, Coxbazar(Bangladesh), and India.
Favorite Poet:Rabindranath Tagore
Favorite Author:Humayun Ahmed
Favorite Painter:Zainul Abedin
Taslima Nasrin with Foods Image
with Foods Image

Social Media Profiles

Facebook:Link (Not Official)
Twitter:Link
Instagram:Profiles Not Verified

Poetry

Poetry Nameyears
Shikore Bipul Khudha (Hunger in the Roots)1982
Nirbashito Bahire Ontore (Banished Without and Within) 1989
Amar Kichu Jay Ashe Ne (I Couldn’t Care Less)1990
Atole Ontorin (Captive in the Abyss)1991
Balikar Gollachut (Game of the Girls)1992
Behula Eka Bhashiyechilo Bhela (Behula Floated the Raft Alone)1993
Ay Kosto Jhepe, Jibon Debo Mepe (Pain Come Roaring Down, I’ll Measure Out My Life for You)1996
Nirbashito Narir Kobita (Poems From Exile)1996
Jolpodyo (Waterlilies)2000
Khali Khali Lage (Feeling Empty)2004
Kicchukhan Thako (Stay for a While)2005
Bhalobaso? Cchai baso (It’s your love! or a heap of trash!)2007
Bondini (Prisoner)2008
Golpo(stories)2018
Taslima Nasrin with her Books Photo
with her Books Photo

Autobiography

Autobiography Nameyears
Amar Meyebela (My girlhood)1997
Utal Hawa (Wild Wind)2002
Ka (Speak Up), 2003; published in West Bengal as Dwikhandito (Split-up in Two)2003
Sei Sob Andhokar (Those Dark Days)2004
Ami Bhalo Nei, Tumi Bhalo Theko Priyo Desh (“I am not okay, but you stay well my beloved homeland”)2006
Nei, Kichu Nei (Nothing is there)2010
Nirbasan (Exile)2012
$ex Boy2014
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Read Picture

Novels

Novels Nameyears
Oporpokkho1992
Shodh1992
Nimontron1993
Phera1993
Lajja1993
Bhromor Koio Gia1994
Forashi Premik2002
Brahmaputrer pare2013
Beshorom2019
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with followers Picture

Early Life

Taslima Nasrin was born on aught 25, 1962, to a Muslim family, in Mymensingh, East Pakistan (Currently Bangladesh). She is the daughter of Dr. Rajab Ali. Nasrin’s father is a physician at Mymensingh Medical College.

Taslima Nasrin passed SSC from a high school in 1976, and HSC studied medicine at the Mymensingh Medical College in 1978. She also graduated from the University of Dhaka in 1984 with an MBBS degree.

Taslima Nasrin with Dog Picture
with Dog Picture

Essay collections

Essay collections Nameyears
Nirbachito Column1990
Jabo na keno? Jabo1991
Noshto Meyer Noshto Goddo1992
ChoTo choTo dukkho kotha1994
Narir Kono Desh Nei2007
Nishiddho2014
Taslima Nasreener Godyo Podyo2015
Amar protibader bhasha2016
Sakal Griho Haralo Jar2017
Bhabnaguli2018
Bhinnomot2019
Taslima Nasrin with tree Image
with tree Image

Career

Nasrin wrote only poetry at first in her literature. Between 1982 and 1993, she published about half a dozen collections of poetry. She started publishing prose in the late 1980s. Before the publication of his documentary novel “Lajja,” she collected three essays and four books, where the Muslim religion’s followers attacked the Hindu family.

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Taslima Nasrin HD Photo

In May 1994, she was the interview in the Kolkata edition of The Statesman, where Niti claimed that she had only called for abolishing Islamic Sharia law. Taslima Nasrin then fled to Sweden in 1994, after months in hiding due to criticism and dissent from Muslims. As a result, she stopped practicing medicine, and thus at one point, she became a poet and a worker.

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Tour Photo

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