Bangladeshi writer and girls rights advocate Taslima Nasrin launched ‘Besharam‘, her sequel to the controversial Lajja, in Hindi on the ongoing New Delhi World Book Fair on the nationwide capital on January 12, Saturday.

She was current on the Rajkamal Prakashan’s Jalsaghar stall, together with Ashok Maheshwari, the MD of Rajkamal Prakashan and writer Alpana Mishra, Dastango Himanshu Bajpai.

The novel has been translated from Bengali to Hindi by Utpal Banarjee.

Lajja revolves across the Hindu households who needed to go away Bangladesh to hunt exile in India due to the non secular violence within the nation. Besharam, portrays the aftermath lifetime of Suranjan, Maya and her mother and father after leaving Bangladesh and the way it impacted them.

“This isn’t a political story however a social story about their lives, households and relationships. I might visualize myself on this novel as I used to be residing in Calcutta whereas scripting this guide,” Nasrin mentioned.

Sharing her private expertise concerning the exile, Taslima confessed that individuals who migrated from Bangladesh to India nonetheless have the chance to return to their nation, however she didn’t have that chance.

“After writing Lajja I used to be banned by the Bangladeshi authorities. My struggling is totally different from the individuals who can go to, however there isn’t any compensation or comparability for any struggling,” she mentioned.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here