Taslima Nasrin launches 'Besharam' in Hindi

Bangladeshi author and ladies rights advocate Taslima Nasrin launched 'Besharam', her sequel to the arguable Lajja, in Hindi at the ongoing New Delhi World Book Fair at the nationwide capital on January 12, Saturday.

She was present at the Rajkamal Prakashan's Jalsaghar stall, at the side of Ashok Maheshwari, the MD of Rajkamal Prakashan and author Alpana Mishra, Dastango Himanshu Bajpai.

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

Lajja revolves around the Hindu households who needed to leave Bangladesh to hunt exile in India because of the spiritual violence in the country. Besharam, portrays the aftermath life of Suranjan, Maya and her parents after leaving Bangladesh and how it impacted them.


"This is not a political story but a social story about their lives, families and relationships. I could visualize myself in this novel as I was living in Calcutta while writing this book," Nasrin mentioned.


Sharing her non-public enjoy about the exile, Taslima confessed that people who migrated from Bangladesh to India still give you the option to return to their country, but she didn't have that opportunity.


"After writing Lajja I was banned by means of the Bangladeshi executive. My suffering isn't like the people who can visit, but there is not any reimbursement or comparability for any suffering," she mentioned.


Taslima Nasrin launches 'Besharam' in Hindi Taslima Nasrin launches 'Besharam' in Hindi Reviewed by kailash soni on January 14, 2019 Rating: 5
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