• Jasim Uddin (1904-1976) Poet and Litterateur

  • Ittadi - Jasimuddin House - Faridpur 29 January 2016 Hanif Sanket
  • Mosaic potrait by Nakhara at the entrance of Jasimuddin House, Ambikapur, Fardpur March 30, 2016

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  • Poems of Independence
  • Visit Jasim Uddin House, Ambikapur, Faridpur
    jasimjadugar - foundation laid by Momotaz Jasim Uddin, DC Jalaluddin, Ambikapur,Faridpur 2003

    Jasim Jadughar, Foundation laid by Momtaz Jasimuddin, DC Jalaluddin Faridpur July 2003

  • Monsoon and Jasim Uddin - New
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  • Songs of Jasim Uddin

  • Jasim Uddin: American Folklife Center
    (AFC)'s First Collection of Bengali Folksong, Indian Folklife, April 2011 -NEW

  • Purbobango Gitika (East Bengal Ballet)
  • Books of Jasim Uddin (1904-1976)
  • News and Events The Silk Road
  • Pat-chitra culture-
    important audio-visual mediums in educating the masses

  • Anseruddin High School
  • Tragedy in the Himalays and Ganges-Brahmaputra Plain - Flood, drought, earthquake and cyclone
  • The History of Ancient Bengal

    Rare pictures- Kazi Nazrul Islam and Poet Jasim Uddin, 1974, Dhaka, PG Hospital.

    nazrul and jasim uddin 1974, pg hospital dhaka mamun, nazrul and jasim uddin kazi nazrul and jasim uddin 1974

    Guests pose with the book Kabita Samagro: Jasimuddin launched at Bangladesh National Museum on Monday. –New Age photo


    A refined poet Jasimuddin narrated the traditional culture and life of rural Bangladesh authentically in his evergreen poems, which need to be read more by the urban children to know more about the country and its people, they said. The launching ceremony of Jasimuddin’s anthology titled ‘Kabita Samagro: Jasimuddin’, in two volumes, published by Kolkata-based publishing house Dey’s Publishing, was organised by the museum. Social welfare minister Rashed Khan Menon was present at the programme as the chief guest.

    Professor Salimullah Khan, editor of the anthology Pulak Chanda, Jasimuddin’s sons Jamal Anwar and Firoz Anwar, Jasimuddin’s son-in-law and energy adviser to the prime minister Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, Bangladesh National Museum director general Faizul Latif Chowdhury, photographer Nasir Ali Mamun were present at the programme, which was presided over by Chhayanaut president Sanjida Khatun. ‘In our childhood, we felt captivated while reading Jasimuddin’s poems, which depict essence of the rural Bangladesh with bold narratives.

    'I think today’s urban children must read Jasimuddin to know Bangladesh’, said Rashed Khan Menon.

    Salimullah Khan praised the initiative of publishing the anthology from India and also said, ‘Jasimuddin is not only an excellent poet, he was also a sharp observer of the world and society around him. He wrote those in his brilliant essays’.

    Sanjida Khatun said, ‘It is very upsetting to label him just as a pallikabi, which apprehends that he is a grade below than a poet. Jasimuddin had profound knowledge on both the local literature and the global literature. His choice to write using traditional symbols, metaphors and narratives was his conscious choice’. Following the discussion, guests and discussants unveiled the cover of the anthology containing 20 collections by Jasimuddin like Rakhali, Nakshi Kanthar Math, Baluchar, Dhankhet, Sojan Badiyar Ghat, Rangila Nayer Majhi, Hasu, Ek Poysar Banshi, Ma Je Janani Kande and others. The book, priced Tk 1200, will be available at major book outlets in Bangladesh. Dey’s Publishing earlier published Jasimuddin’s selected poems and Jasimuddin’s memoirs.
    (Cultural Correspondent | Published: 21:54, Mar 20,2018)

  • Jasim uddin Faridpur

  • History of Bengal
  • Angika Literature
  • Poems of Bengal
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  • Bengali Nation
  • Lalon - Bauls Mysticism
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  • Bouls of Bengal
  • Fight Fundamentalism
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  • The Bengalees And Indigenous Groups
  • Natural Indigo (Indigoferra tinctoria) and the unfinished Fight for Freedom
  • Home Garden - To Save Herbs and Traditional Plants from Extinction
  • Bamboo the life blood of the people
  • Age-old tradition of puppet theatre A dying Art
  • BANGLADESH: A Million Mutinies Now
  • Tragedy in the Himalaya and Ganges-Brahmaputra Plain - Flood, drought, earthquake and cyclone
  • Drive to secularism or fundamentalism? Islam in Bangladesh
  • Grameen Bank
  • Rabinranath Tagore
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  • Caryapada : A Thousand Year Old Bengali Mystic Poetry
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  • Poems of Bengal - Banglar Kabita


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    Musical Uma Bose' (Hasi) birthday 22nd January 1921, Mahatma Gandhi called her the "Nightingale of Bengal". She died at the age of 21.

  • amr a ghor Vangease jeba, kobita song , Jasimuddin
  • Tumi jabe bhai jabe mor sathe amader soto gay by Nuha
  • Modhumala -- Bangla Natok by Poet Jashim Uddin
  • O AMAR MON BHOLANO (1939) Uma Basu Katha O Sur Kabi Jasimuddin (HMV recording)
  • RADHA BOLE BHAI RE SUBAL (1939) Uma Basu Katha O Sur Kavi Jasimuddin (HMV recording)
  • Aamay Bhashaili Rey. Alamgir, Fariha Pervez
  • Immortal UMA BASU Immortal Uma Bose Nightingle Of Bengal

    uma basu
  • Taray Taray Rochito - Musical programme | Stay Tuned with singer Laila #Joshim Uddin NTV Entertainment
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  • amar har kala
  • Amar Har KaLa kOrLam rE ~~~ RothindrOnath Roy
  • obajan chal jai - singer Abbasuddin - lyric Jasimuddin
  • PETER JWALAY JOILA MOILAM RE (1947) - Palli Geeti - Abbas Uddin Ahmad lyric Jasim Uddin
  • Are O Rangila Nayer Majhi by Abbasuddin Ahmed Lyric Jasimuddin
  • Sonar baroni konna saje by Abbasudin Ahmed Lyric Jasimuddin
  • Sonaro Boroni Konnya - Sabina Yasmin Lyric Jasimuddin
  • Tumi Amar Bandhu lago Jasim Uddin Jasim Uddin Ki Balibo
  • Ami Baya Jai Jasim Uddin
  • Koi Galo gayer Rakhal Jasim Uddin
  • Tumi Dao Dekha - Jasim Uddin
  • Se Ki Ashibe Fira Jasimuddin
  • O amar drodi Jasim Uddin
  • Amar Gahin Ganger Naya
  • Boishaki Mela
  • Kabar recited by Shanto Islam
  • Mix Famous Bhatiali Songs


    A long time ago, when man did not obstruct rivers to suit his petty needs, the river channels served as goodwill ambassadors to extensive geographical areas - a river originating in one country flowing through another, joining another river, forming a filigree of merging and diverging rivers - with the social and cultural heritage of one region blending into another, each drawing on the rich yet varied perspectives in the whole process of cultural evolution.

    This is perhaps most apparent in Bengal's rich and enviable variety of folksongs. Rivers form an integral part of the topography of Bengal:

    "Bangladesh is the land of rivers. Ganga, Meghna, Dhaleshwari, Shitalakshya, Gadai - in so many names and in such myriad forms these rivers encircle Bangladesh.

    Playing on the silvery strings of the rivers, an invisible musician has with his delicate touch composed the song of its heart- the bhatiyali .

    Several areas remain submerged in rainwater for almost six months in a year, with the boat the only mode of transport . . . separated from their families for months on end, they have for their companion only the river on which they row their boats, with the waters merging into the horizons, and the azure heavens above.

    It is as if the waters are limitless. And the boatman, in his solitude questions his own existence - where have I come from? Where do I go hence? such questions pervade the songs of boatmen. Like the lyrics of these songs which have taken shape from the waters of these rivers, the tunes too have blended into the lyrics from the lilting waters of the rivers."

    - Jasim Uddin, "Murshida Gaan", Dhaka, 1977
  • Modhumala -- Bangla Natok by Poet Jashim Uddin
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  • Music&Lyrics By Palli Kabi Jasimuddin- Folk Song By Nina Hamid : Agee Janinaire Doyal
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  • Alan Lomax Recoded Jasim Uddin 1951
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  • Ami Baia Jaia
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  • Universal Call for Humanity and Love: GAZIR GAN VOICE OF JASIM UDDIN

    Alan Lomax: The Man Who Recorded The World. Lomax, the intrepid collector of folk music, was called a 'missionary' by Bob Dylan for his work, and among many other accomplishments launched the careers of giants like Muddy Waters, Leadbelly, and Woody Guthrie.

    Alan Lomax (January 31, 1915 – July 19, 2002) was one of the great American field collectors of folk music of the 20th century. He was also a folklorist, ethnomusicologist, archivist, writer, scholar, political activist, oral historian, and film-maker. Lomax also produced recordings, concerts, and radio shows in the US and in England, which played an important role in both the American and British folk revivals of the 1940s, '50s and early '60s. During the New Deal, with his father, famed folklorist and collector John A. Lomax and later alone and with others, Lomax recorded thousands of songs and interviews for the Archive of American Folk Song at the Library of Congress on aluminum and acetate discs.

  • Poet Jasimuddin House, Ambikapur, Faridpur
  • House of Poet Jasim Uddin Type: Museum
  • Happy birth day - Festival January 1 to January 14 - Jasim Mela - Ambikapur, Faridpur

    Jasim Uddin poet and litterateur, poet of the people of Bengal ("Pallikabi")

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    Jasim Uddin receiving D.Lit from Rabinra Bharati University Kolkatta, India, 1968Jasimuddin's deep involvement in non-communal socio-political movements championing the cause of Bengali language and literature gives his lyric and folksy poetry a keen edge of commitment and protest. His poems are popular as part of school curricula in West Bengal, India as much as in Bangladesh.

    Only Dr. Dinesh Chandra Sen fully recognized Jasim Uddin's the talent and unique discovery of natural bengali heritage and culture. But as our present history, we do not respect our cultural and social heritage. When Bangladesh was liberated from the clutches of Punjabi-Sindhi cliques of Pakistani bourgeoisies in 1971, we were promised a society based on Democracy, Socialism, Nationalism and Secularism; that pledge has never come into being; on the contrary, with a heavy heart, we observe the advent of one military despot after another who whored our sacred constitution, plundered the country's national resources and had made it a hell for religious and ethnic minorities.

    Bengali language originated in the seventh century in the family of Indo-Aryan language through a long evolutionary process. But the distinct form of Bengali language was yet to crystallise. According to scholars, the earliest foms of Bengali language have to be traced in the Buddhist mystic songs known as "Buddha Gan o Doha'. It was the Buddhist mystics who are to be credited for composing the earliest verses of Bengali, the language of the masses, for preaching their religious ideas. During the Buddhist Pala dynasty Bengali language, which was in its infancy, enjoyed royal patronage and made a good beginning.

    Now the country has become a filthy playground for a group of lumpen bourgeoisies, who, half-literate and uncultured as they are, driven by a get-rich-quick lifestyle, are aping the most rotten and putrid versions of Indian and US cultures.
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    Sri Sudhir Chakroborti, famous literature critic, reviews Poet Jasim Uddin,
    Kabi Sammelon, 2013 Sarodio, 2013, Kolkatta, India.

    Bangla musical genres like Aul, Baul, Marfati and Murshidi are heavily influenced by the mystic philosophy found in the Charyapadas. Besides, Vaishnava Padabalis--songs and verses praising Lord Vishnu--have also influenced Bangla music. Michael Madhusudan Dutta, Rabindranath Tagore, Kazi Nazrul Islam and Jasimuddin were immensely influenced by mysticism, Sufism and Baul doctrines (A touch of the mystic , 2004).

    jasim uddin language movement 1952

    Poem of Independence 1971 -Burnt Village -Daghdho Gram

  • Amay bhasaili re amay dubailire Oyshee
  • Nakshi Kathar Math-Kobi Joshim Uddin , Nokshi Kathar Math,Directed By Razib Hasan
  • Bijoy Sarkarer Gaan
  • Bijoy Sarkar (kabiyal) in his own voice - Sundor ei prithibi chere chole jete hobe
  • DHROOPAD Presentation: glimpse from Shojon Badiar Ghat. Based on Jasim Uddin's Poetic Novel Shojon Badiar Ghat Play-script, Music, and Direction: Anutosh Saha
  • Jasim Uddin, Faridpur Region Folk, Bangladesh - 10
  • jare chere alam - jasim uddin
  • Kabor" -- Poem - Jasim Uddin, Recitation - Shimul Mustafa

  • NAKSHI KATHAR MATH in London home Youtube Videos Boishakhi - Bangla Kobita (Jasimuddin)
  • Artist : Ratna Basu Song : Nakshi Kanthar Math
  • Jasimuddins favourite Bichet Song
  • Bangla Folksongs

  • Baul Songs:

    Boul Song
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  • Bichhet Gan- Bijoy Sarkar
  • Best Vab Bichched Bijoy Sarkar Full Album By Aleya Begum
  • Bijoy Sarkar (kabiyal) in his own voice - Nakshi kathar math
    UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00005 Description: The Bauls are mystic minstrels living in rural Bangladesh and West Bengal, India. The Baul movement, at its peak in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, has now regained popularity among the rural population of Bangladesh.

    Their music and way of life have influenced a large segment of Bengali culture, and particularly the compositions of Nobel Prize laureate Rabindranath Tagore. Bauls live either near a village or travel from place to place and earn their living from singing to the accompaniment of the ektara, the lute dotara, a simple one-stringed instrument, and a drum called dubki. Bauls belong to an unorthodox devotional tradition, influenced by Hinduism, Buddhism, Bengali, Vasinavism and Sufi Islam, yet distinctly different from them. Bauls neither identify with any organized religion nor with the caste system, special deities, temples or sacred places. Their emphasis lies on the importance of a persons physical body as the place where God resides. Bauls are admired for this freedom from convention as well as their music and poetry. Baul poetry, music, song and dance are devoted to finding humankinds relationship to God, and to achieving spiritual liberation. Their devotional songs can be traced back to the fifteenth century when they first appeared in Bengali literature. Baul music represents a particular type of folk song, carrying influences of Hindu bhakti movements as well as the shuphi, a form of Sufi song. Songs are also used by the spiritual leader to instruct disciples in Baul philosophy, and are transmitted orally. The language of the songs is continuously modernized thus endowing it with contemporary relevance. The preservation of the Baul songs and the general context in which they are performed depend mainly on the social and economic situation of their practitioners, the Bauls, who have always been a relatively marginalized group. Moreover, their situation has worsened in recent decades due to the general impoverishment of rural Bangladesh.

    Jasim Uddin discovered Pagla Kanai (Abul Mansur) and he wrote his thesis at Calcutta Unversity on Boul Songs.

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    International Writers' Conference 1962: Henry Miller and Jasim Uddin

    The Edinburgh World Writers’ Conference 2012 is inspired by the International Writers' Conference that took place in Edinburgh 50 years ago, which was so influential it helped trigger the wealth of literary festivals that we have today.
    Photograph by Alan Daiches from Angela Bartie and Eleanor Bell's The International Writers' Conference Revisited: Edinburgh, 1962 (Cargo Publishing: 2012)

    1962 international edinburgh writers conf jasim uddin-henry miller sukoor painting on Jasim Uddin

    The Association for Cultural Equity has made available online the recordings that Alan Lomax made of Poet Jasim Uddin in London in 1951: Todd Harvey recently discovered two photographs of Poet Jasim Uddin among the materials in our Alan Lomax collection. Courtesy Jennifer A. Cutting, Folklife Specialist (Reference),American Folklife Center,Library of Congress, 101 Independence Ave., SE Washington, D.C. 20540 - 4610. Lomax was the foremost music folklorist in the United States.

    Folklorist, archivist, anthropologist, singer, political activist, talent scout, ethnomusicologist, filmmaker, concert and record producer, Alan Lomax is best remembered as the man who introduced folk music to the masses.

    In the 1940s, while dining with blues singer Josh White at New York's elegant Cafe Society restaurant, he hit a customer in the face. When the diner later returned to apologise saying: "I only said that I didn't want to sit at the next table to a goddam nigger", Lomax attacked him again.

    obama 22.2.12On February 27, 2012,The President and First Lady joined music legends and contemporary major artists at the White House for a celebration of Blues music and in recognition of Black History Month as part of their "In Performance at the White House"before the show got started, the president took a moment to give some history on the blues. He recounted a 1941 trip throughout the deep South by folklorist Alan Lomax, during which Lomax recorded local musicians on behalf of the Library of Congress -- and came upon a then mostly unknown guitarist and singer, Muddy Waters. "This is music with humble beginnings -- roots in slavery and segregation, and a society that rarely treated black Americans with the dignity and respect that they deserved. The blues bore witness to these hard times," Obama said. "Like so many of the men and women who sang them, the blues refused to be limited by the circumstances of their birth." He was the first to record Muddy Waters and Woody Guthrie, and much of what Americans have learned about folk and traditional music stems from his efforts, which were also directly responsible for the folk music and skiffle booms in the United States and Britain that shaped the pop-music revolution of the 1960s and beyond.
    Jasim uddin became very close to Alan Lomax during his visit to International Folk Music Congrss at Indianapolis in 1950. Jasim Uddin writes in his book "Chale Musafir" on Alan Lomax and it was a popular school text book in East Pakistan © Jasim Uddin.
    muddy water
     © Jasim Uddin  © Jasim Uddin

    1975 - Jasim Uddin & his wife with Prime Minister Indira Gandhi at Delhi

  • 1975 - Jasim Uddin & his wife with Prime Minister of India
    Mrs. Indira Gandhi at Delhi  

    Jasim Uddin received reception at Rajenra College, Faridpur
    after the selection of "Kabar" poem by the University of Calcutta while he was a student of
    I. A class in 1928 © Jasim Uddin.

     © Jasim Uddin

  • Jasimuddin - Poet of the people of Bengal-
    A film by Khan Ata 1978
  • Inaugaration of Bengali Program Voice of America (VOA) Washington DC 1958
  • Jasimuddin - Poet of the people of Bengal-
    A film by Khan Ata 1978
  • Jasimuddin -ki bolibo sonar chad re (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) - 2012
  • Jasim Uddin Koi gelo sei gayer rakhal hater bashi thuiya (polli kobi joshim uddin 1912 Govt of W. Bengal, India
  • Bhai Jaan Chal Jai Chal Mathe Langol Baite
  • jare chere elam obohele (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 1912 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • ''O Babu Selam Baare Bar'' -- Lyrics - Jashim Uddin, Composition - Altaf Mahmud, Singers - Abdul Alim, Nina Hamid & Others, Film - Beder Meye
  • Film - Beder Meye. Only Alim was the person who was brave enough to sing the song and is marvelous. Jasimuddin himself was the music director of the song. Mr. Doha, could please able to collect the following songs of Abdul Alim: 1. Kasher Boner Poth Dhore Oi, Bazie Sonar Been, 2. O Amar Mono Re, Shomoy Thakte Akhono Tui Boshe Roily Ghorer Kone 3. Ahare Sonar Moina, Mono Dukhe Bonobashe Jai (Movie: Gayer Bodhu)
  • From 'Shadhona's production "Chompaboti". It is essentially all about wandering snake charmers; simple, hard working rural folk; the sinister yet buffoonish village headman; objectification and abuse of women...the usual. "Chompaboti" is an adaptation of poet Jasim Uddin's "Beder Meye" by poet-playwright
  • Guner Nanodlo Pakhi Daake -- Abdul Alim & Shahnaz Rahmatullah, Film - Beder Meye
  • Tumi dekha dao darodi (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 1912 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • Amar Gahin Ganger Naya (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 1912 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • jare chere elam obohele (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 1912 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • jare chere elam obohele (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan), (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 1912 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • Rongila Nayer Majhi (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 2012 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • Koi galo Gayer Rakhal
  • Amar Kantho I - Voice and Songs of Jasim Uddin Part I
  • Amar Kantho I - Voice and Songs of Jasim Uddin Part I
  • Ujan anger Naya (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 2012 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • Age Janle Bhanga Noikay Chartam Na (polli kobi joshim uddiner gaan) 2012 - Govt of West Bengal, India
  • Koi galo Gayer Rakhal
  • Amar Kantho I - Voice and Songs of Jasim Uddin Part I
  • Amar Kantho II- Voice and Songs of Jasim Uddin- Part II

  • Bengali Folksongs sung by Poet Jasim Uddin , July 24, 1958, Interview Henry Cowell. Courtesy Libary of Congress, Washington, D. C. USA

  • A rare video - A film by Hasna Jasim uddin Moudud, 1974

  • SUJON BADIAR GHAT - GYPSYWHARF - Dhagdho Gram Burnt Village- The War of Independence -1971

    PART I- Jasim Uddin
  • Shojon Badyar Ghat - Naeb's apeal
  • Shojon badiar ghat Nomu - Musolman refriendship Chashir Prem
  • DHROOPAD: happy_couple: a scene from Shojon Badiar Ghat
  • DHROOPAD: jari gaan--a scene from Shojon Badiar Ghat
  • Duli escapes - Shojon Badiar ghat, Shojon Badyar Ghat - Duli escapes with Shojon.
  • Nakshi Kathar Math in London
  • Nakshi Kathar Math- in Sweden
  • Nakshi Kathhar Math in London, 10. 07. 2008
  • Ratna Basu-Song : Nakshi Kanthar Math
  • ami baya jai....

    Bangla Natok - Nokhsi Kathar Math 01
  • BBC interview of Poet Jasim Uddin by famous novelist Syed Shamsul Haque, BBC, London, 1973

  • Bedermeye- - Jasim Uddin's famous musical and drama on oppressed and neglected gypsy folk: Part I
  • Bedermeye- - Jasim Uddin's famous musical and drama on oppressed and neglected gypsy folk: Part 2

  • 89 video music etc.- basuuddin Channel - YouTube

    © Jas

  • Ay Chelara Ay Meya Phul Tulta Jai
  • Rakhal Chele
  • Rakhal Chele
  • Ay Chelara Ay Meya Phul Tulta Jai im Uddin © Jasim Uddin

    Come to the garden by night.
    My bee.
    I shal stay up the night
    Lighting the lamp of moon
    And talking to the dew drops
    My bee.
    Come to the garden by night
    should I fall asleep
    Tread softly my bee,
    Do not break the branch
    Or crush my flowers.
    Or awaken the flower that is asleep
    Come to the garden by night.

    painted by zainul abedin
    young jasim uddin possibly youngest available picture

  • Nishite Jaio Phulobane.. Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: S. D. Burman
  • Nishite Jaio Phule Bane Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Sabina Yesmin
  • Dhire se Janain hindi from Nishite jaio: Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: S. D. Burman
  • Bandu Rangila Rangila _ S, D, Burman, Music and Lyric by Jasim Uddin - From Padmapar - Song 24
  • Rangila Rangila (modern) Lyrics and music by Jasimuddin
  • Bandu Rangila Rangila- Famous Bhatiali Song:Singer: Nadira Begum
  • Aan Milo Shyam Sanwre -Geeta Dutt and others - Film - Devdas Almost the same melody as bandhu rangila rangila by Jasim Uddin

        Kadamba- bangla monsoon flower
    painted by Qayum Chowdhury
    Dr. Dinesh Chandra Sen
    Poet Jasim Uddin meets Jawaharlal Nehru ,Prime Minster of India at Inaugural Session Of Tagore's 100 Birthday at Bombay, 1962, Tagore Centenary Celebration, Bombay 1961 © Jasim Uddin
    Saju- nakshi by Suraya

  • O Bajan Chol Jai Chol -- Abbas Uddin Ahmed © Jasim Uddin
  • O bajan chal jai chal.. Famous Folk Song of Bengal-Famine of Bengal - Music & Lyric Jasim Uddin

    Bengal was a victim of a criminal act perpetrated for more than one and three quarters of a century. British establishment indulged in brutal genocide in Bengal, at times to further their own interests and at other times out of sheer negligence of their duties. In either case, the British Government stands guilty of the worst crime in recent human history.

    The Holocaust in Germany was a minor event compared to what the British did to a people, who trusted them and were loyal to them. Nazis have been accused and convicted of the Holocaust in Germany. Even today, there are attempts to hunt down ex-Nazis and bring them to justice. A few weeks ago, a court awarded compensation to a Holocaust victim.

    Is it not time that the descendants of the victims of The Great Holocaust of Bengal sought compensation from the present Government of the United Kingdom? Is it possible to initiate a criminal case against Winston Churchill and all those who were in power during 1942-45 (or during 1765-1947) in British Government? Is that too much to ask for? Do you believe that the systematic murder of six million white-skinned Jews was a crime worthy of punishment, while the killing of thirty million black-skinned people of Bengal does not even deserve a footnote in history?

    first birthday of granddaughter Sheila

    This poem was written by Jasim Uddin
    on his granddaughter Shaila Anwar
    first birthday August 18,1974 in Canada. © Jasim Uddin
    There are many unpublished poems that Jasim Uddin
    presented to visitors.

  • poet selected for the cover of his book In 1960 Brian Brake (1927-1988) shot Monsoon, which was to become one of his most famous photographic essays. Monsoon focuses on India and the relief the monsoon brings to the people and land. Throughout his career Brian demonstrated a special interest in and empathy for Asia. In 1957 he was the only Western photographer allowed into Beijing to photograph the tenth anniversary of China’s communist revolution. Brian Brake is generally regarded as New Zealand’s most successful international photographer.

    Today sun is sleeping behind the clouds
    And flowers are weaving dreams beside the water.
    In the still branches of the rain-soaked trees
    Small petals are opening out their faces
    And gazing through the raindrops at new buds
    A girl is laughing ecstatically with delight
    In the rains. Brimming from her lips
    Her Joy echoes among the trees of the forest.
    On a little path the deluge has made the river
    Whose tiny course carries away old leaves….

    -From The Ripening Paddy by Jasim Uddin
    Translated by Nigel Cameron

    Monsoon first appeared in LIFE magazine on 8 September 1961 and subsequently in Paris-Match, Epoca and Queen. LIFE at the time was crowded with dramatic and interesting pictures, but large colour essays were not common and, in this case, a heavy reliance on the sequencing of the images alone - supported largely by Indian poetry by Jasim Uddin, Rabinranath Tagore and Kalidas, minimal captions rather than text as such - was new. This single story established Brake's reputation as a master of the colour photo-essay. He went on to a successful international career as a photojournalist with many stories published in LIFE and National Geographic magazine.

    The villagers of Bangladesh sing:

    Snake Charmer / Babu Selam Lyric and Music Jasim Uddin dance by Shibli & Nipa

    O babu, many salams to you
    my name is Goya the Snakecharmer, My home is the Padma river.
    We catch birds
    we live on birds
    There is no end to our happiness,
    For we trade,
    With the jewel on the Cobra's head.

    "We cook on one bank,
    We eat at another
    We have no homes,
    The whole world is our home,
    All men are our brothers
    We look for them
    In every door….."
    (Jasim Uddin)

    Abdul Alim and Nina Hamid-- from beder merya jasimuddin

    When one reads his lyrics, like Gourigirir meye (a sensitive yet heart felt invocation to Goddess Durga) and Anurodh (a chiselled love poem woven in folk rhythm) and then goes on to respond to his two evergreen dramatic poems Naksi-kanthar Math and Sojonbadiar Ghat, one concludes that the label ‘village-bard’ is an example of inadequate salutation. Both these ballads cross the prescribed limits of folk poetry. In fact, they articulate a secular and humanist vision in a diction that is earth-sprung and elegant. No wonder, both these ‘modern’ ballads, replete with social conflicts, have been dramatised,

    His poetry appears like the breeze from the countryside that cools the sighs and sweats of urban living. He is congratulated for creating a new school of poetry ;
    Dr. Dinesh chandra Sen

    Jasim Uddin's poetry has a new trend, a new taste and a new language.
    - Rabinranath Tagore

    Verrier Elwin

    Jasim Uddin knows every fact of village life in Bengal and is partial to rural people. The heroes of his poems and stories are farmers, fishermen, boatmen, weavers, cowherds, even roadside barbers, wandering gypsies, palmists and astrologers

    bengal wild flower

    Today the sun has fallen asleep behind the dark
    And Keya the rain-flower dreams by the water
    What yong maiden on the still wet branches of
    Open small petals speechless for ecstasy?
    Village Rain, Jasim Uddin

    My Country

    Field after field run along
    Green winds sway tender paddy shoots
    That spreads like open hair
    In it butterflies ornamented with wings…
    Mother earth smiles at her fertile pride.
    In this harvest Asmanis (landless people) have no claim.
    As worn out ribs hold together their stomachs
    They burn with hunger.

    Forest after forest run along
    This fairyland of flowers and fruits….

    In this forest Asmanis (landless people) have no claim.
    They are hungry.

    River after river run along
    They flow through nameless wharfs…
    In this river the Asmanis (landless people) have no claim.
    Worn out ribs hold together their stomachs
    They are empty.
    Jasim Uddin

    Poet Jasim uddind's speech to Bengali citizens in Karachi - 1949

    The fishes find the deep sea,
    The birds the branches of the tree.
    The Mother knows her love for her son
    By the sharp pain in her heart alone
    Many and diverse the colour of the cows,
    But white the colour that all milk shows.
    Through all the world, a Mother's name
    A Mother's song is found the same.

    Black is the pupil of my eye,
    Black ink with which I write
    Black is Birth and death is black
    Black is the universal Night.
    (Jasim Uddin)

    losing heritage

    Jasim Museum - Foundation laid by Momtaz Jasimuddin, July 2003, Ambikapur Faridpur

    History o Faridpur

    In 1582 in the reign of Emperor Akbar, the province of Bengal was formed into 33 sarkars or financial sub-divisions, and Faridpur area appears to have been included within the sarkar of Muhammad Abud. During the Emperor Shah Jahan, these divisions were carried onto such an extent as to cause in a falling of the imperial revenue. In 1721 a new partition of the country was made the province of Bengal being formed into 13 large divisions (chaklas) instead of sarkars. In 1765 the financial administration of Faridpur, together with the rest of Bangal was captured by the English, and in 1790 the criminal administration of the country at the correctors were invested with magisterial powers. In 1793 the collectors were relieved of their magisterial duties and separate officers were appointed united Judicial and Magisterial power together. The greater portion of Faridpur was then comprised within Dacca Jalalpur. In 1811 Faridpur was separated from Dacca collectorate.

    The original district stretched out across central Bengal, comprising what is, today, the Greater Faridpur region. A politically important district during the British Raj, Faridpur became a sub-division of Dhaka Division after the creation of Pakistan. In 1984, with the Decentralization Program of the Bangladesh government, Faridpur district was broken into five separate districts: Rajbari, Gopalgonj, Madaripur, Shariatpur and Faridpur.

    Faridpur is notable for its rich zamindari history. Most of the zamindar families were Hindus. They included the Basu Roys of Gopalgonj, the Basu Roy Chowdhurys of Ulpur (Shahapur), the Sikdars of Kanaipur, The Bhawal Rajas of Pangsha, the Senguptas(dewanji)of dhamaron, the Lords of Choddo and Baish Roshi estates of Bhanga. During the reign of the Nawabs of Bengal, several Muslim zamindaris were established. They included the Chanpur Estate and the Boalmari Estate in present day Faridpur, Golam Ali Chowdhury of Idilpur pargana and the Padamdi Nawab Estate in present day Rajbari. The most powerful Muslim landlords were Nawab Abdul Latif and Chowdhury Moyezuddin Biwshash.

    The history of all the zamindars couldn't been found except of the SIkdars of Kanaipur and Chowdhury Family of Haroa Chowdhury State Belgachi.

    During the 1800s, Haji Shariatullah, after returning from Mecca, began the famous Faraizi movement aimed at ending the persecution of Muslims by upper caste Hindu zamindars. The Indigo Resistance Movement which resisted Indigo plantations promoted by the British East India Company, also began in Faridpur. The movement was led by Pir Dudu Miah.

    The Greater Faridpur region is also famous for producing some of the finest politicians of the Indian Subcontinent. They include Baba Ambika Charan Majumder, Maulvi Tamizuddin Khan, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Mohonmiah Yusuf Ali Chowdhury, Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, Humayun Kabir and many more.

    Faridpur hosted several key meetings of the Indian Independence movement. It was regularly visited by Subhash Chandra Bose, Chittaranjan Das, Rabindranath Tagore, and Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The annual conference of the Bengal Congress held on the grounds of the Moyez Manzil Palace in Faridpur in 1921 was attended by Mahatma Gandhi.

    The district was initially known as Fatehabad. In 1860 the district was named as Faridpur after 12th Century Sufi saint Shah Sheikh Fariduddin. Faridpur town was declared a municipality in 1862 and a District Prison was set up in 1865. In 1840 the Faridpur Zila School was established and is one of the oldest schools in modern day Bangladesh.



    pratidan by jasimuddin

    I build a home for she
    Who has broken mine.
    I cry to make my own, she who forsaken me.

    She has made me stranger.
    While I wander the world over for her,
    Endless night has stolen my sleep.
    She has broken my home, I build hers.

    She has broken my shore, I build hers.
    She left my heart broken yet I cry for her
    She struck me with poisoned arrow,
    Yet my breast is full of song.
    A flower in return thron.
    I cry all around to make her my own.

    She has carved a grave in my heart,
    I fill her heart with flowers of love.
    The face that speaks harsh language,
    I hold that face, and adore it.
    I cry to make her my own.

  • Pratidan -In return - recited by Shimul Mostofa>

  • Kabar -recited by Shmul Mostofa

  • PRATIDAN by Jasim Uddin

  • Pratidan
  • Bangla Kabita

  • Pratidan By Jasim Uddin

  • Support the poor and oppressed,
  • poor people to stand up and demand the establishment of their rights,
  • struggle for justice and equality,advocating peace with justice,
  • human rights and non-violence

    Contact: Dr. J. Anwar:
    info [a-t] sos-arsenic.net

    Palli Kab iJasim Uddin Sriti Sanghoy
    Registry no-FARID KA 66
    House of Poet Jasim Uddin
    Ansarmanzil, Village Ambikapur, Faridpur, Bangladesh

    Pallikabi Jasimuddin Academy
    205/1, P. K. Guha Road, Kolkata -700028, India

    Songs of Jasim Uddin

    sd burman abbasuddin

  • Introduction of folk music in Bangladesh

  • Amar Har Kala Korlam Rey lyrics and music by Jasim Uddin:Jamali in Korea
  • SD Burman Sun Mere Bandhu in hindi
  • Dhire se Janain hindi from Nishite jaio: Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: S. D. Burman
  • Nishite Jaio Phulobane.. Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: S. D. Burman
  • Bandhu Rangila Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: S. D. Burman
  • Doli Mein Bithaii Ke S D Brman in hindi
  • O Amar Dorodi remix by SRee modern, lyrics and music by Jasim Uddin
  • O Amar Daradi - Hypnotix with Mohsin Mortaba, lyrics and music by Jasim Uddin
  • Amar Galar Har Khule Ne lyrics and music by Jasim Uddin
  • Amay Ato Rate lyrics and music by Jasim Uddin
  • Kemon Tomar Mata-Pita Kemon Tader Hiea Original Music and Lyric from Jasim Uddin dance by

    © Jasim Uddin

    summer fruits

    Jasim Uddin's favourit fruits and season

  • O Amar Darodi, Lyric & Music by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Abbasuddin
  • Nadir Kul Nai Music and Lyric Jasim uddin, Singer: Abdul Alim
  • O Amar Darodi Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Nirmallendu Chaudhuri
  • Prano Shaki re Oi Shon kadamo Tale Music and Lyric by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Abbasuddin Ahmed
  • Amay Bhasalire..Lyrics and music by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Ferdausi Rahman
  • Ujan Ganger Naya Music &Lyric by Jasim Uddin, Singer:Nina Hamid
  • Amar Galar Har Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Sabina Yesmin
  • Amay Ato Rate Music & Lyric by Jasim Uddin, singer: Abbasuddin
  • Amar Bandhu binodia Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Farida Parveen
  • Rasul Name Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Farida Parveen
  • Nishite Jaio Phule Bane Music & Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Sabina Yesmin
  • Amar Har Kala Korlam Re Lyrics and Music by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Abbasuddin
  • Nao Ano re bhaiBhatiali song, music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Gahin Ganger Naya Bhatiali Song, Music and Lyrics by Jasim uddin; Singer: Syed abdul Hadi
  • O tui jare aghat hanli music and Lyrics by jasim Uddin, Singer: Ferdausi Rahman
  • Ami baya jaiya kon ghate Bhatiali Song, Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Sharup tui Bine Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Amay Bhasali Re.. Music and Lyrics by Poet Jasim Uddin, Singer: Runa Laila
  • O amar Darodi Age Janle Music and lyrics by Poet Jasim Uddin, Singer: Runa Laila
  • O bajan Chal jai mathe langol baite.. Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Peter Jalay Jaila moilam.. Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Amar Har Kala Korlam.. Lyrics and Music by Poet Jasim Uddin, Singer: Mostofa Zaman Abbasi
  • Ai na rupe Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin: Singer Mostafa Zaman Abbasi
  • Jogi Vikkha.Dharo.. Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin Singer: Neena hamid
  • Prano shaki Re ..Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin Singer:Abbasuddin
  • Amar Sonar Moina Pakhi Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Neena Hamid
  • Amar Har Kala Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Alamgir
  • Amay Bhasaili Re In Bengali and Urdu Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Alamgir
  • Amay Bhashaili Re- Modern Version
  • Chal Chal Khal khal Bhatiali song Music and lyrics by Jasm Uddin
  • Ki Balibo Sonar Chand Bhatiali Song, Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Rathinranath Roy
  • O Sujon Bandhu Re Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Indro Mohon Rajbankshi
  • Badhu Rangila Rangila New record by Azad Rahman, Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Jal Bharite Bhatiali Song: Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Nodir Kul Nai Bhatiali - Lyrics and Music by Jasim Uddin, Singer Indromohon Rajbankshi
  • Nodir Kul Nai Bhatiali - Lyrics and Music by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Abbasuddin Ahmed
  • Nao ano re Music and Lyrics Jasim Uddin
  • Tora ke Ke jabilo Jal Ante Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Abbasuddin
  • Babu Selam Bare Bar  A gypsy song Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Age Janinare dayal Music and Lyrics by Jasim uddin, Singer Neena Hamid
  • Amar sonar Moina Pakhi Music and Lyrics by Jasim uddin, Singer: Neena hamid
  • Amar Bandhu Binudia Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin, Singer: Neena Hamid
  • Bandhu Rangila Rangila Music and Lyrics by Jasim Uddin Prod. Azad Rahman
  • Amy Baya Jai Kon Ghate Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Boideshi Kanna Famous Bhatiali song Music and lyrics by Jasim Uddin
  • Rangila Rangila - Lyrics and Music by Jasimuddin, Singer: Kiran Chandra Roy
  • Amar sonar Moina Pakhi Music and Lyrics by Jasim uddin, One of the best song of CloseUp1

    SHOJON BADIAR GHAT A Poetic Novel By Polli kobi Jasim Uddin Playscript, Music, and Direction by Anutosh Saha, Harris Theater, GMU, Fairfax, Virginia, USA

    Nakshi Kathar Math (Dance Drama written by Jasim Uddin), at Bharatiya Bidya Bahvan on 12th July 2008

    painted by Prof. Sandip Tagore zainul abedin

    O bajan chal jai chal..

    O father come let us go
    To the field to plough
    Place the ploughs on oxen shoulders and
    Push, push, push.

    We who bring out food
    From the depth of the earth
    We who provide food for the whole world
    Why can't we eat can any one tell us?

    My wife has hanged herself
    She could no longer bear hunger,
    Now I plough deep into soil
    In the hope of seeing her again.

  • O bajan chal jai chal.. Famous Folk Song of Bengal- Orginal HMV record by Abbasuddin
    if you have the original, please send by e-mail

  • Peter Jalay Morlam Re - Famous Folk Song: Singer Rathinra Roy


  • Amar Shonar Moyna Pakhi Music and Lyric - Jasim Uddin
  • Prano Shakire - Music and Lyric Jasim Uddin
  • Instrumental - Amai bashaile re amai dubaile re Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin
  • Amar Harkala- Instrumental - Music and lyric Jasimuddin
  • O Amar Dradi- Instrumental Music & Lyric Jasimuddin
  • Prano Shokhi Re Oi Shon Kodombo Thole ..- Instrumental - Music and Lyric Jasimuddin

    © Jasim Uddin

  • Amar Har Kala- Music and Lyric Jasimuddin - © Jasim Uddin
  • Amar Sonar Maynapkhi- Music and Lyric Jasimuddin
  • Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyrics by Jasimuddin
  • Sonar Moyna Pkhi - Neena hamid - Lyric and Music by Jasimuddin
  • Amar Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin
  • Amar Galar har - Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin

  • Bandu Rangila Rangila _ S, D, Burman, Music and Lyric by Jasim Uddin - From Padmapar - Song 24

    Rongila rongila rongila re
    leaving me along where have you gone
    where have you gone my love
    where are you now.

    You would be the moon my love
    I will be the wave of river
    on the ebb and tide we'll meet.

    You would be the flower my love
    I would be the wind
    I will move around countries as insane.
    Jasim Uddin (1950) - Padmapar page 47

    In Bengali: © Jasim Uddin

    cover by zainul abedin

  • Rangila Rangila (modern) Lyrics and music by Jasimuddin
  • Bandu Rangila Rangila- Famous Bhatiali Song:Singer: Nadira Begum
  • Bandu Rangila Rangila _ S, D, Burman, Music and Lyric by Jasim Uddin - From Padmapar - Song 24
  • Aan Milo Shyam Sanwre -Geeta Dutt and others - Film - Devdas Almost the same melody as bandhu rangila rangila by Jasim Uddin

  • Amar Sonar moyna pakhi- Sung by different artists - © Jasim Uddin-

  • Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyrics by Jasimuddin
  • Sonar Moyna Pkhi - Neena hamid - Lyric and Music by Jasimuddin
  • Amar Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin
  • Amar Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin
  • Amar Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin- Live in Toronto
  • Amar Sonar Moina Pakhi - Music and Lyric by Jasimuddin- Monpura - Sonar Moyna pakhi ( Arnob
  • Shonar Moyna Pakhi by Arnob- © Jasim Uddin
  • Ebar Dhan Katibo Kochakoch -- Abdul Alim ''Ebar Dhan Katibo Kochakoch'' -- Lyrics - Jashim Uddin, Composition & Music - Altaf Mahmud, Singer - Abdul Alim, Film - Beder Meye.

         Prof. Dr. Dinesh Chandra Sen      Prof. Asit Kumar Bandhopadhay, Department of Bengali, Calcutta University, India (1976)

    Many and diverse the colour of the cows,
    But white the colour that all milk shows.
    Through all the world, a Mother's name
    A Mother's song is found the same.

    Jasim Uddin, (VOA, Broadcast on January 1, 1958, 8.30 PM)

    About 40 years ago I have collected this song from our neighbouring village Shibrampur, Faridpur, E. Bengal.
    This was the introductory (Bandana) Gazi song of the village singer's group.
    I have collected more than 10 thousands old folk songs of Bengal. But I think this is one of my best collected songs.
    I am proud of my simple village folk who advocates for universal humanity, unity, brotherhood and love for all nation of the world.
    I thank Voice of America, Washington DC, USA, for broadcasting this song for their introductory Bengali programm.

    Basuuddin Channel - some comments

    Your videos are sum of the best i seen im surprised you havent got noticed yet. Ill give ya a link to a vid on how to get featured it really helpfull. Hope ya get a feature heres the link.

    You have taken? on the glorious task of preserving and promoting our music for future generations of Bangalis everywhere; including the generations of the Bangla diaspora. A magnificent undertaking and one you have approached with knowledge and love. Bravo !!!!

    am not a Begali and unfortunately cannot understand the language but I can appreciate fine songs/singing. Thank you for sharing the? history behind the songs and artists.

    On Gazi Songs - Amar Kantho II- Voice and Songs of Jasim Uddin- Part II
    A Tribute to Pllikabi Jasim Uddin
    Ujan ganger Naya - Jasim uddin
    Amar Galar har - Music and Lyric Jasim Uddin
    Nadir Kul Nai- Music & Lyric Jasim Uddin
    Mago Amar Shlockbala...
    Mix Tomare Lagia Re
    Amar Galar Har Khule Ne - Lyric and Music by Jasimuddin, Singer Neena Hamid<
    Ujan Ganger Naiya -- Neena Hamid Lyric and Music Jasimuddin
    Amar Pal - Padma Gangger Majhi O Bhai
    Ki Bolibo Sunar Chan Re

    Jasim Uddin's last journey to Faridpur November 1975, Padma River. Photograh taken by his son Dr. Jamal Anwar Basu

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    Jasim Uddin receving honory D-lit from Rabinrabharati Bishobidaloy 1968, Kolkata, India