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Rownok Jahan’s 3 poetry books featured this year’s Bookfair

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Published: 15:42, 12 March 2024

Update: 00:03, 15 March 2024

Rownok Jahan’s 3 poetry books featured this year’s Bookfair

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Rownok Jahan, a Japanese expatriate painter and poet, has garnered widespread acclaim for her three poetry books featured at this year’s Amar Ekushe Boimela. ‘Ami Durbeen Haate Tomare Chui’ was published by Boipatra Publications; while the other two, ‘Ekmutho Kothashomudro’ and ‘Meghbhanga Tumul Plabone’ found publication under Shikha Publications.

Commenting on the context, Rownok Jahan shared, I received a lot of positive responses from sharing my poems on Facebook, with readers expressing that my feelings are vividly conveyed through my poetry. This is a tremendous affirmation for any writer, and I am truly overwhelmed by their love. I am inspired to move forward with this encouragement.

She further said, Our lives have already become mechanical. My plea to everyone is to expand our outlook and work closely with nature.

The multifaceted Rownok Jahan, also a wonderful singer, has received praise for her paintings in Bangladesh and Japan.

For those interested in Rownok Jahan’s poetry collection, it is available on rokomari.com, and inquiries can be made by contacting rokomari.com via phone.

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