Taslima Nasrin (Bangla: তসলিমা নাসরিন), also known as Taslima Nasreen, (born 25 August 1962 in Mymensingh, Bangladesh) is a Bengali Bangladeshi physician, writer, feminist human rights activist and secular humanist. Her father was a physician and a professor at the government medical college. She studied at Mymensingh Medical College.
She initially gained fame as a poet and columnist. However, later she gradually became popular for being a courageous woman through a series of books that she wrote.In 1993, sparked by a series of newspaper columns in which she was critical of the treatment of women under Islam, Islamic fundamentalists pronounced a fatwa against her and offered a bounty for her death.Later, the government banned her book Lajja, (a Bangla word meaning shame).
She was awarded the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in 1994, and a Humanist Award (from the International Humanist and Ethical Union) in 1996.
Books by Taslima Nasrin
Nirbachito column (Selected Columns)
Jabo na keno jabo (Why shouldn't I go, I will)
Noshto meyer noshto goddo (Impure prose from an impure girl)
ChoTo choTo dukkho kotha (the sad stories)
Opprpokkho (Opposition) 1992
Shodh (Revenge) 1992
Nimontron (Invitation) 1993
Phera (Return) 1993
Bhromor Koio Gia (Tell Him The Secret) 1994
Forashi Premik (French Lover) 2002
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