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At present, the light of education has spread in all the houses.Both boys and girls are being educated now.But this task has never been so easy. As a result of the civil war and protest attitude of many women for centuries, women are now able to get education easily.One of the pioneers of the advancement of women's awakening is Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain who is more commonly known as Begum Rokeya.
Begum Rokeya was a pioneer of Bengali women's awakening and the first Bengali feminist writer and social reformer.She was born on 9th December 1909 in Payraband,Mithapukur,Rangpur,Bengal Presidency, British India.She was a bengali thinker,writer,novelist and essayist.She was a social reformer.
Begum Rokeya was the first woman to speak about the emancipation of woman in Bengal.That period was called the Dark Ages for women.All women lived in captivity at this time.Begum Rokeya has taught us how to overcome these darknesses and move forward on the path of light.
In 2004,Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain was selected sixth in the BBC Bangla 'Greatest Bengali of All Time' survey.She has made outstanding contributions in various fields of literature. Poetry,essays, novels,short stories,Bingan fiction and satire were her peculiarities.
Written by Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain -
Her other works are Sultana's Dream (1905),Aborodhabashini (1931) etc.
This majestic woman died in Calcutta on December 9,1932. Her birth and death were celebrated on the same day December 9.
Begum Rokeya's brother's contribution in bringing girls from this dark world to the path of light is also immense. At a time when the whole world was deprived of women's rights,Begum Rokeya's elder brother Ibrahim Saber stood by her side. Begum Rokeya got a taste of freedom from her husband. He was really open minded person.
As long as we talk about women's rights and liberation, we must talk about this majestic woman.We will never forget the path of our progress.