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12:00 AM, February 17, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, February 17, 2017

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Rudra Mohammad Shahidullah

(16 October 1956 – 21 June 1991)

Born on 16 October, 1956, in Barisal, Bangladesh, Rudra Mohammad Shahidullah was a Bengali poet who was popular for his revolutionary and romantic poetry. He is considered one of the leading Bengali poets of the 1970s. In the popular culture of Bangladesh, Shahidullah's most well known contribution is the song Bhalo Achi Bhalo Theko, popular ever since it was written. In 1991, an annual fair called Rudra Mela was started to commemorate the poet. 

OTHER WORKS-

COLLECTION OF POEMS:

* Upodruto Upokul (1979)

Firey Chai Swarno Gram (1981)

Manusher Manchitra (1984)

Chhobolo (1986)

Galpa (1987)

Diyechhilo Shokol Akash (1988)[3]

Moulik Mukhosh (1990)[3]

POEMS:

Abelay Shonkhhodhoni

Afim Tobuo Bhalo, Dhromo She To Hemlock Bish

E Kemon Bhranti Aamar

Ek Glas Ondhokar Hate

Batashe Lasher Gondho

Bhalobashar Somoy To Nei

Bishbrikkho Bhalobasha

Bish

Byatha Da, Buke Rakhbo

Dure Achho Dure

Guccho Kobita

Icchar Swar Onyo Rokom

Kotha Chilo Subinoy

Manusher Manchitro – 1

Misile Notun Mukh

Mone Pore Sudurer Mastul

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Bish Briksher Bij

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