Kazi Nazrul Islam (Poet) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born


Kazi Nazrul Islam Bengali: কাজী নজরুল ইসলাম, Bengali pronunciation: [kāzi nôzrul îslām], was a Bengali poet, writer, musician and the national poet of Bangladesh. Popularly known as Nazrul, he produced a large body of poetry and music with themes that included religious devotion and rebellion against oppression. Nazrul’s activism for political and social justice earned him the title of “Rebel Poet”. His compositions form the avant-garde genre of Nazrul Geeti. Born in a Bengali Muslim Kazi family, Nazrul Islam received religious education and as a young man worked as a muezzin at a local mosque. He learned about poetry, drama, and literature while working with the rural theatrical group Letor Dal. He joined the British Indian Army in 1917. After serving in the British Indian Army in the Middle East during World War I, Nazrul established himself as a journalist in Calcutta.

Native name: কাজী নজরুল ইসলাম
Born: May 25, 1899, Churulia village, Asansol, Bengal Presidency, British India (present-day West Bengal, India)
Died: August 29, 1976, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Resting place: Central Mosque at University of Dhaka
Nickname: Bengali: দুখুমিঞা, translit. Dukhumiyan
Occupation: flutist, Poet, short-story writer, song composer, playwright, novelist, essayist, literary translator, soldier, film actor, political activist
Language: Bengali, Urdu, Persian, Arabic
Nationality: British Empire (1899–1947), Indian (1947–1976), Bangladeshi (1972–1976)
Period: 1922–1942
Literary movement: Bengali Renaissance
Notable works: Notuner Gaan, Bidrohi, Pralayollas, Dhumketu, Agniveena, Bandhan Hara, Nazrul Geeti
Notable awards: Padma Bhushan (1960), Ekushey Padak (1976), Independence Day Award (1977)
Spouse: Pramila Devi
Children: 4 sons
IMDb: Kazi Nazrul Islam’s IMDb

About Kazi Nazrul Islam

Bengali poet, author, political revolutionary, and musician who was awarded the title of National Poet of Bangladesh. His most famous poem, “Bidrohi,” was published in 1922.

Before Fame

He was born into a Muslim family and worked for a time at his town’s mosque.


He was frequently sent to British prisons as punishment for his revolutionary activities during the Indian Independence Movement.

Family Life

He married Pramila Devi.


He and Al Mahmud were both twentieth-century Bengali poets.

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