Lyrics to ‘Bidrohi (Recitation)’ by Kazi Nazrul Islam. with reference to radio show “Raga CDs of the Months: NAZRUL SANGEET – THE REBEL POET” broadcasting (premiere): 17th January

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He is the national poet of Bangladesh. Archived from the original on 10 June Rebel and Other Poems.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Kazi Nazrul Islam. I am the unutterable grief, I am the trembling first touch of the virgin, I am the throbbing ten, I am the wild fire of the woods, I am Hell’s mad terrific sea of wrath!

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He fell ill and started losing his power of speech, soon his behavior became erratic. Following this, he became a household name among those who yearned for freedom. Nazrul and Muhammad Shahidullah remained close throughout their lives.

Born in a Bengali Muslim Kazi family, Nazrul Islam received religious education and as a young man worked as a muezzin at a local mosque. Retrieved from ” https: Svabhabakabi Gobindadasera jibani o sahitya bicara in Bengali. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on 3 December Nazrul reached the peak of his fame in with Bidrohi The Rebelwhich remains his most famous work, winning the admiration of India’s literary society for his description of a rebel.

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He also shunned the stereotypical notions of the society. Nazrul wrote songs and directed music for Sachin Sengupta ‘s biographical epic play based on the life of Siraj-ud-Daula. In the s, the British Indian government banned many of his writings.

Bidrohi (Recitation)

A significant impact of Nazrul’s work in Bengal was that it made Bengali Muslims more comfortable with the Bengali arts, which used to be dominated by Bengali Hindus. I am the tornado! Retrieved 23 July I am injustice, I am the shooting star, I am Saturn, Bdirohi am the fire of the comet, I am the poisonous asp!

I am an instrument of God. This was one of the most important changes in his life.

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The instrument is not unbreakable, but who is there to break God? You are commenting using your Twitter account. Nazrul Islam, all the same, faced condemnation and stiff resistance from all quarters, Brits, Hindus and Muslims alike.

March, March, March Through dawn’s door, a bdrohi blow We will bring daybreak, scarlet in glow; We will destroy the gloom of the night And hindering mountain height. The rebel and the romantic”. I shall uproot this miserable earth effortlessly and with ease, And create a new universe of joy and peace. I am the fleeting glance of the veiled beloved, I am her constant surreptitious gaze He wrote that the Prophets had become property like cattle but they should instead kazl treated like light that is for all men.


Nazrul’s writings explored themes such as freedom, humanity, love, and revolution. His interest pushed him to venture the epic Hindu scriptures like Puranas, Mahabharata, and Ramayana.

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Nazrul also wrote and published poems for children. Archived from the original on 22 October He had two primary motivations for joining the British Indian Army: I am the gay laughter of the generous heart, I am the enemy of creation, the mighty terror! Latest Stories For You. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. Nazrul was a critic of the Khilafat Movement in British India which he condemned as “hollow religious fundamentalism”.

He was regular at the social clubs for Calcutta’s writers, poets, and intellectuals such as the Gajendar Adda and the Bharatiya Adda. June This portal’s subpages should be checked.

Nazrul left the British Indian army in when the 49th Bengal Regiment was disbanded. I am the pain and sorrow of all homeless sufferers, i am the anguish of the insulted heart, I am the burning pain and the madness of the jilted lover!