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মোহাম্মদ নাসিরুল্লাহ (সৌজন্য তৈমুর)

মোহাম্মদ নাসিরুল্লাহ

লেখকের কথা: সংস্কৃতি একটি শক্তি। এই সাংস্কৃতিক শক্তি চুরি হয় ইতিহাসের সঠিক চর্চার অভাবে। ১৭৫৭ সালে স্বাধীনতার সূর্য অস্তমিত হয়। এর পর ১৯৭১ সালের মুক্তি সংগ্রামে আদিবাসী অংশ গ্রহণএক জাতির ক্রেডিট অন্য জাতির উপর আরোপিত হয়। উপনিবেশ বাদের কুফল এই। আমেরিকান আদিবাসী মানুষ একই উপনিবেশবাদী শক্তির সাথে লড়াই করে। ঠিক বাংলাদেশের আদিবাসী মানুষ যে কোন উপনিবেশবাদ এর বিরুদ্ধে দলিত বাঙালদের সাথে কাঁধে কাঁধ মিলিয়ে যুদ্ধ করে। বিতর্ক থাকতে পারে। লিখিত ইতিহাস দিয়ে অনেক ভুলভাল বোঝানো হয়। সবার উপর মানুষ সত্য। … Continue readingমোহাম্মদ নাসিরুল্লাহ



AUTHOR’S NOTE: A reader with at least a 9th-grade education (age 15) will likely understand the text.
The chapter refers back to the Battle of Palasy occurred in an alternate realm in India in 1757. The “White Army” represents the tribes, indigenous groups, and their native Indian allies. Hiawatha is the analogy of Siraj King, leading the indigenous and allied forces against the invasion army of the British East India Company, often referred to as the “Red Army.”

Adodahu, in this context, is an analogy to Mir Jafar, the impostor minister who became corrupted by hunger for power. In this alternate realm, Jafar betrayed Siraj, leading to Siraj’s loss in the Battle of Palasy.

This narrative combines elements of historical events, mythical storytelling, and alternate realities to create a unique and engaging story. It’s important to provide readers with this clear explanation to help them understand the context and enjoy the story more fully. … Continue readingRAIL OF REALMS: CHIEF ADODAHU

Insights from District 75

Barney and Barnes’ Educational Exploration

In this narrative, Barney and Barnes, our time-traveling observers, share their visit to District 75, where they’ve carefully observed various aspects of special education classrooms and the individuals involved. They pass on their insights for educational purposes, intended for the characters MohiKonTok, as they seek to expand their knowledge of diverse educational settings. … Continue readingBarney and Barnes’ Educational Exploration


AUTHOR’S NOTE: Juneteenth is celebrated across the United States, not only as a commemoration of the end of slavery but also as a day to recognize the ongoing pursuit of racial equality and social justice. It stands as a reminder of the enduring legacy of the African-American community and their contributions to the nation’s history and culture..

The text is likely to be understood by a reader who has at least an 8th-grade education (age 13-14) and should be easy for most adults to read. … Continue readingJUNETEENTH 2020, HUMANITY FIRST



Proofreading may seem mundane, but for me, it’s a joy. It allows me to use my meticulous nature to help others. Editing, in particular, is a realm where I find my calling. I have a knack for spotting grammar and spelling errors, but it’s not just about catching mistakes. It’s about enhancing clarity, ensuring the message reaches its intended audience, and making it shine. Editing is the unsung writing hero, and I’m ready to don the cape. … Continue readingAuthor