‘Apoorn Atmakatha (The Unfinished Memories)’ is an autobiography book by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Founding Father of Bangladesh. It has been translated into Marathi by Aparna Velankar. Inspired by his wife, Fazilatunnesa Mujib, he started writing his autobiography in his notebooks during his sojourns in jail as a state prisoner between 1967 and 1969. The writer has portrayed many aspects of his life in and out of prison. He has also narrated the beginning of his ancestry, birth and childhood, days in school and college. He has also written about his many social and political involvements which form as an integral part of the history of Bangladesh.
Years after his assassination, the contents of the notebook were extracted by his daughter, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the compiled notes were published as an autobiography. The book, originally in Bengali, has been translated into 14 languages including Marathi and Braille. About the author: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a Bangladeshi politician, statesman and Founding Father of Bangladesh who served as the first President and later as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. Mujib is credited as an important figure in efforts to gain political autonomy for East Pakistan and later as the central figure behind the Bangladesh Liberation Movement and the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. ‘Apoorn Aatmkatha’ is one of the two autobiographies by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman where he expressed his views on politics and described his personal life. Buy this book now and read more about the man who changed the course of history!
- Language : Marathi
- Hardcover : 570 pages
- Reading age : 15 years and up
- Dimensions : 24.2 x 16.2 x 3.5 cm