Sikdar Aminul Haq

Sikdar Aminul Haq (6 December 1942 – 17 May 2003) was a Bangladeshi poet. In recognition of his contribution in language and literature, the government of Bangladesh posthumously awarded him the country's second highest civilian award Ekushey Padak in 2020.[1]

Sikder Aminul Haq
Born(1942-12-06)6 December 1942
DiedMay 17, 2003(2003-05-17) (aged 60)
NationalityBangladeshi
OccupationPoet

CareerEdit

Haq is a recipient of the Bangla Academy Literary Award, 1994 for poetry. His breakthrough came with his work Satata Danar Manush.[2]

Sikdar is popular for the usage of whimsical and innovative imagery in his poems.[3][4]

WorksEdit

Some of his notable works:[2]

  • Duurer Karnish (1975)
  • Teen Papreer Phul (1979)
  • Parabat Ei Pracheerer Shesh Kabita (1982)
  • Ami Sei Electra (1985)
  • Bohudin Upekhae Bohudin Andhokare (1982)
  • Patrey Tumi Protidin Jol (1987)
  • Ek Ratri Ek Writu (1991)
  • Satata Danar Manush (1991)
  • Suprobhat He Baranda (1993)
  • Kafkar Jama (1994)
  • Sulata Amar Elsa (1994)
  • Rumaler Alo O Onnanno Kabita (1995)
  • Lorkake Jedin Ora Niye Gelo (1997)
  • Bimorsho Tatar (2002)
  • Ishitar Ondhokar Shue Ache (2002)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "20 individuals, one organisation to receive Ekushey Padak 2020". The Daily Star. 5 February 2020. Retrieved 5 February 2020.
  2. ^ a b সতত ডানার কবি সিকদার আমিনুল হক | arts.bdnews24.com. bdnews24 (in Bengali). 17 May 2014. Retrieved 5 February 2020.
  3. ^ see lead articles by Abdul Mannan Syad and Rahman Henry, Jugantar Sahitya, Dainik Jugantar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Dated : 17 May 2005.
  4. ^ Bangladesher Kabita Sanket O Dhara, (A Collection of Essays on Appreciation of Poetry) by Shahid Iqbal, First Edition: August 2008, Chinno, 130 Shahidullah Kala Bhaban, Rajshahi University, Rajshahi, Bangladesh. see page-57.