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Personal memoir, Political science prof, Biography of my father, Bangladesh nationals, Bengali biography, Professor’s biography, Bangladesh and Indian politics

Dr. Benu Prasad Barua
Biography of A Regional Scholar
by Banani Bably




This is a biography of my father, Dr. Barua. I always wanted to read story books instead of textbooks when I was a little girl. One day I discovered that I can tell my feelings and my surroundings in writing to my friends. When I got married to a Muslim boy, I was disconnected from my family. For almost a decade and a half, I had no contact with my parents, siblings, or relatives. That at was a painful time in my life and in the meantime I heard my sister became depressed and suicidal. My husband helped me to reconnect with my family. To show my father and family that I care about them, I wrote this biography as a symbol of love.


"I am delighted to know about the preparation of a compilation of the works of Professor Benu Prasad Barua to celebrate his contribution to education. It is expected to be a useful reference for the students of Political Science, and they will find selected works of Professor Barua’s works in this volume, along with details on the publications."

—DR. AHMED SHAFIQUL HUQUE

PROFESSOR AND FORMER CHAIRMAN

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

MCMASTER UNIVERSITY, CANADA


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Banani Bably was born in Bangladesh. Her writing has appeared in the Weekly Bichitra (Dhaka, Bd.), Vorer Kagoj (Dhaka,Bd.), Probashi (New York), The Weekly Bangla Mail (Toronto), The Bangla Kagoj (Toronto), The Weekly Deshe Bideshe (Toronto), and Women Chapter (online newspaper), among other Bengali language publications. Her first book is Bangaldesh Tomari Jonno (in Bengali language, February 2021) published by Apon Alo, Chittagong, Bangladesh. She obtained a Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) (Hons.), a Master of Social Science (MSS) in sociology from the University of Chittagong, in Bangladesh, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in sociology from the University of Toronto, in Canada. She loves nature and animals, reading books. She works for a nonprofit in the mental health sector, and has a cat named Bree.


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