The Goethe-Institut Bangladesh in partnership with HerStory Foundation will host a digital circle reading of the autobiography 'Nindito Nondon' by sculptor, author and Birangona Ferdousi Priyabhashini.
The circle will be hosted by the author's daughter, Fuleshwary Priyanandini and will commence on 17 February at 7pm on Zoom, read a press release.
The online event is free and open to an adult audience upon registration. The circle reading celebrates Ferdousi Priyabhashini's 75th birthday (19 February 1947).
To join in this event, the audience may register by filling out this form: https://forms.gle/1Nj3sco4rweLESBA9
Following registration, participants will receive English/ Bangla text, along with free digital conferencing platform ZOOM link to join the event.
While an autobiography consists of personal memories, Birangana Ferdousi Priyabhashini's autobiography is also a historical document of the birth of the nation called Bangladesh.
The horrific past and loss of respect during 1971 was forgotten after tasting sweet independence. Her Autobiography brings up the chilling stories of torture of '71 as well as the shining presence of freedom fighters and the war.
For information or technical support, interested audience may contact through this mobile number: +88 01774706887 or email at [email protected]
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