In 1952, the young people of Bangladesh took their voices to the streets of Dhaka, protesting the imposition of Urdu as the state language. They sacrificed their lives to retain the prestige of Bangla, our national identity and culture. Our brave and invincible martyrs inspire us all to be courageous, determined, and liberal.
With due respect to the pure-hearted martyrs of 1952, The Daily Star and PRAN Milk brings to you a quiz competition on the occasion of the International Mother Language Day to encourage our readers to test their knowledge and learn more about the history of Bangla language.
To participate, visit: http://campaign.thedailystar.net/pranerbhasha/