Shonkhonil Karagar (novel)

Flowers of Flame (Bengali: শঙ্খনীল কারাগার, romanized: Shonkhonil Karagar, lit.'Conch Blue Prison') is a 1973 novel by Bangladeshi author Humayun Ahmed.[2] It was his second book after his debut novel Nondito Noroke.

Flowers of Flame[1]
AuthorHumayun Ahmed
Original titleশঙ্খনীল কারাগার
Publication date
Media typePrint
Preceded byIn Blissful Hell 

Characters edit

  • Rabeya
  • Khoka
  • Runu
  • Jhunu
  • Montu
  • Ninu
  • Farid
  • Motin Uddin's Boss
  • Abed Hossen
  • Doctor
  • House-help
  • Shirin (Mrs. Motin Uddin)
  • Motin Uddin
  • Kitki
  • Choto Khalu
  • Choto Khala

Adaptation edit

The book was made into the 1992 film with the same title, starring Zafar Iqbal, Champa, Dolly Johur, Abul Hayat, Suborna Mustafa and Asaduzzaman Noor.[3]

References edit

  1. ^ Flowers of Flame. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Anannya. 2004. ISBN 9844120365.
  2. ^ "In remembrance of Humayun Ahmed, the wizard of words". The Daily Star. November 13, 2015. Retrieved March 15, 2016.
  3. ^ "Once popular pair again in serial Uttar Dakshin". The New Nation. August 18, 2015. Retrieved October 8, 2015.

External links edit

Shonkhonil Karagar on Good Reads.