Lajja is a most popular (Famous) book of Taslima Nasrin. Just click & download. If you want to read online, please go to (✅Click For Read Online) button and. Pdf Bangla Book Lajja By Taslima Nasrin. Download or read Bengali pdf book online. Lajja is a very nice book by Taslima Nasrin. BDeBooks made a pdf format . Taslima Nasrin, on account of her personal experience of childhood The female characters in Lajja: Kironmoyee, Maya, and Shammima.

Author: Akinolabar Maushakar
Country: Lithuania
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Technology
Published (Last): 3 June 2005
Pages: 378
PDF File Size: 19.53 Mb
ePub File Size: 20.34 Mb
ISBN: 400-6-40916-930-3
Downloads: 38437
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vigul

Poorly executed, detrimental to the cause even though the cause is valid. Whatever this book may be as a sociopolitical statement, it makes a remarkably poor novel. The true shame is found in the fact that this vitally important topic is lost in the pedantic, repetitive recitation of the horrors inflicted upon the Hindu Bangladeshi by Muslims — pages and pages and pages of the stuff.

Lojja by Taslima Nasreen – free e-Books download | [BETA ] test transmission

This page was last edited on 22 Decemberat Biarlah agama berganti nama menjadi kemanusiaan” hal Ketika membaca fatwa Majelis Ulama Indonesia MUI beberapa waktu lalu yang mengharamkan pluralisme dalam hubungannya menyikapi kelompok aliran Islam Ahmadiyahsaya tertegun. Misalnya saja yang baru-baru ini berlangsung, nasein penutupan sejumlah gereja bangunan yang dipakai sebagai gereja oleh sebuah kelompok fundamentalis Islam.

Share our website with your friends to support us. I read the book cover to cover, hoping that there would be some redeeming factor, but what little story there was appeared to be merely an excuse to lo The true shame is tazlima in the fact that this vitally important topic is lost in the pedantic, repetitive recitation of the horrors inflicted upon the Hindu Bangladeshi by Muslims — pages and pages and pages of the stuff.

  ARGOX X-3200 PDF

The society depicted in Lajjais deeply patriarchal. Yet, the fact that Hindus destroyed the Masjid is reason enough for Muslim fundamentalists in Bangaldesh to nasin a spate of atrocities against the minority Hindu population.

Lajja By Taslima Nasrin

He still believes that the country one day will accept as he is, as a Hindu living without fear in his homeland. All she could do was secretly shed tears and behave nazrin, which is refrential of the patriarchal setup, where the family is led by a male member, who is supposed to be all powerful and centralized.

Even after what happened to him, he continues to love Taslima Nasrin, narrates a agonizing description of a country immersed in religious and political conflict.

All his life, he has compromised on his religious identity for sake of national identity. Lajja is a narration in third person where the author alternates, for the larger part of the book, between the points of views of Sudhamoy and Suronjon.

Lajja- Tasleema Nasrin

Sudhamoy, in the end, gives into Suronjon’s demand to move out of Bangladesh, but at what cost? It highlights male version of the female world which is based on marginalization of women. Sang Mughal dianggap telah menghancurkan kuil aslinya dan membangun masjid di atasnya.

The book subtly indicates that communal feelings were on the rise, the Hindu minority of Bangladesh was not fairly treated, nadrin secularism was under shadow. Aug 26, Ranjitha rated it it was amazing. She would sleep fitfully and would wake up abruptly in the middle of the night.


Alcoholism is only religion that provides services of instant Utopia for price of a few bucks and a bit of hangover.

Lojja by Taslima – DocDroid

He bit her breasts, one part of his mind understanding that what he was doing was certainly not love. The demolition has repercussions in Lojma. Sep 24, Veena rated it liked it Shelves: Islam mandates purity and virginity as virtues. You want to shake him up and say look at the reality and stop being so ideal.

Was yaslima for more story-telling than facts thrown at my face however important they may be. Furthermore, the assumption that a woman has no identity of her own and is dependent on the men around her, be it her father, brother, husband or son, has been amply exemplified in the novel, Sudhamoye, for instance, praises his wife Kironmoyee and daughter Maya by telling Maya: All the characters talked like newspapers. I thought maybe the lady is Maya, held captive at some place, and thinking of a possible escape route.

It is the worst as the author rightly says in the book: Lajja deals with several feminist issues. This novel tells about the miserable lives of Hindus in Bangladesh. So stay with us for reading newly published books.