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The Mother

Mostofa Kamal

The heartrending story of Sanzida Begum. Abandoned by her husband and betrayed by members of her family, Sanzida finds herself in a suffocating situation with six children.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-360-6
Published : 31/01/2019
Pages : 322
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Mostofa Kamal

Mostofa Kamal is a popular Bengali writer and journalist. He entered the world of writing in 1984. In almost all branches of literature, his free movement is obvious.

The number of books he's published so far is 104. His most popular novels are Janani, Agnikonya, Agnipurush, Agnimanush, Hello Colonel, Paromitake Shudhu Bachate Cheyechhi and Jinat Sundori o Mantri Kahini.

A postgraduate, Mostofa Kamal was born in 1970 in Barishal. He has been working as a professional journalist since 1991: for Daily Sangbad, Prothom Alo and Kaler Kantho. Since 2012, he has been working as an executive editor.

Mostofa Kamal has visited many countries, including the USA, UK, Australia, Belgium, Japan, Malaysia, Qatar, Singapore, Thailand and India.

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About Book

She got back home. She could understand that now she was going to start a hard struggle of life; her only support was her mental strength, nothing more.'

The heartrending story of Sanzida Begum. Abandoned by her husband and betrayed by members of her family, Sanzida finds herself in a suffocating situation with six children, from an infant to an adolescence.

Many trials and tribulations are sent to test her; not least from her eldest son who creates problem after problem, to illness and death, financial worries and finding herself in a psychological battle with her manipulative daughter-in-laws.

But Sanzida is a remarkable woman and mother who faces each attack, and guides her family, with her exceptional strength, wisdom and her amazing capacity for forgiveness.

"You're the greatest mother of this world, Ma. I wish every house had a mother like you."

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