A special issue of travelogue about Bangabandhu was published on the golden jubilee of independence: On the golden jubilee of the great independence, a special issue of ‘Bhramanagadya’ dedicated to the architect of independence Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman came out.
The number was unveiled at an informal ceremony at a restaurant in Banani on Friday morning, March 26. Former Secretary Mohammad Nazrul Islam Khan, Curator of Bangabandhu Memorial Museum, eminent travel writer Faruk Moinuddin, travel writer Kamrul Hasan, traveler Ashrafuzzaman Ujjwal, Heritage Traveler Eliza Binte Elahi and travel editor unveiled the package.
It is dedicated to the memory of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the architect of independence, in the essay Gazi Azizur Rahman’s ‘Bangabandhu’s Travel Footprints’ and poet-filmmaker Dildar Hossain’s ‘Bangabandhu’s Journey to Japan’. In it, the book introduction of Bangabandhu’s travelogue book ‘Amar Dekha Nayachin’ has been published. On the cover of the issue, there is an abstract index work of Bangabandhu by artist TA Kamal Kabir. It has been informed that this impeccable number can be collected from the travel prose stall of Little Magazine premises of Book Fair
On the morning of the golden jubilee of independence, the publication of this issue along with the essay dedicated to the architect of independence Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was of special importance. The speakers said that the travel prose showed that the golden jubilee of independence and deep respect can be paid to Bangabandhu even by focusing on travel. Speaking on the occasion were tour operator and travel reader Syed Zafar, traveler and researcher Mahua Rauf, Japanese expatriate traveler and businessman Sheikh Emdad, young generation traveler Miftahul Jannati Snigdha and others.
Apart from the prose dedicated to Bangabandhu, many travelogues of new and regular writers have been published in the current issue. Among them are Ananya Pal, Abul Zaker, Ahmed Sharif Shuvo, Eliza Binte Elahi, Kazi Enayet Ullah, Kazi Zahirul Islam, Kamrul Hasan, Zakaria Mandal, Tareq Anu, Prasoon Roy, Farid Ahmad Dulal, Maliha Parveen, Mahmud Hafeez, Masudul Hasan Rafi. , Ruhul Amin Shipar, Sanjay Dey, Selim Solaiman, Supriti Bandyopadhyay, Homayet Ishaq Moon etc. Travel essays on travel to various countries including Bangladesh, Burma, Bhutan, France, Swaziland, Georgia, Netherlands, Turkey, India, United States have found a place.
The interior decoration features paintings by artist architects Mustafa Khalid Palash, Jayant Khan and Raisa Maniza Akhter on freedom and an abstract portrait of Bangabandhu.