Amirul Momenin Manik

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Born 3 February 1982 (1982-02-03) (age 42)
Jamalpur District Melandaha Upazila Gobindpur Nangla Kathpara village ,bangladesh
Nationality Bangladeshi
Ethnicity Bengali
Alma mater University of Rajshahi
Occupation Writer ,Journalist, singer
Years active 2006–
Children 2
Awards Sako Awards 2013 [1] , UNESCO Club Journalism Award 2011

Amirul Momenin Manik Bangladeshi life-oriented song artist, journalist and writer. [2]

Childhood and education

He was born on 3 February 1982 in an aristocratic Muslim cultural family in Gobindpur Nangla Kathpara village of Melandaha Upazila of Jamalpur District. Local Melandah Umir Uddin passed SSC from Pilot High School. After that he passed HSC from Ashek Mahmud College, Jamalpur. Admitted to Bangla Department at University of Rajshahi. [3]


In 1996, he started publishing a news bulletin called Melandah Barta from his upazila. Then in 2001 he started working as a cartoonist for a daily in Rajshahi. In 2006, he became the first journalist to lead a workshop in India led by NDTV's executive producer Abhijit Dasgupta. Then he joined Boishakhi TV as a staff reporter. Get promoted to senior reporter there. Then at the end of 2016 he joined as a special representative. Besides journalism, he also conducts talk shows and reads news. At the end of 2013, he joined My TV (Bangladesh)as a talk show host. He later served as the message editor until August 2016.

In October 2016, the renowned historian Professor. He founded Bangladesh's first video news portal Change TV under the leadership of Syed Anwar Hossain. He is currently the chief news editor of the organization. [3]


The books already published by Amirul Momenin Manik are.

Name Year Publication Note
Sur suncari [4] 2002 Pidim
Iblis [5] 2005 Ittadi
Bloody Journalist [6] 2009 Shilpataru
Some stupid teachers of the university [6] 2012, 2014,2017,2017 First publication: Shilpataru, second publication: Adarsh, third and fourth publication: Kalo Prakashani [6]
Rajniter Kalo Sokon [6] 2013 Shilpataru
Bongobir Express [7] 2014 Adraro
Joncakor [8] 2015 Seventy One Telemedia
Mukos pora muok [9] 2015 Adarso publication
Koborer Feriwala [10] 2016 Seventy One Telemedia
Sangbadik O sangatik [6] 2017 Kalo publication
Agonpaki [5] 2017 Doel Publication
Rohingya girl [11] 2018 Seventy One Telemedia
Suboj porer gan [11] 2019 Barshadupur
Rat nemecilo boke [12] 2019 Barshadupur
Ak jola gan niya bedise [3] 2020 Seventy One Telemedia
Mysterious young woman[3] 2020 Kalo publication
Walking on Fire Shoes [3] 2020 Kalo publication
Revolutionary Anwar Ibrahim[3] 2020 Guardian Publication


Amirul Momenin Manik is a lyricist, composer and vocalist at the same time. In 2011, he performed a duet with Indian Bengali music legend Nachiketa Chakraborty titled Aay Bhor, which was widely discussed in India and Bangladesh. Nachiketa Chakraborty, Kumar Bishwajit, Nakul Kumar Biswas, Agun, S.I. Tutul, Asif Akbar, Biplob and many others have sung in his writing and melody. [2]

Manik has already released multiple albums.

Album song release co-artist level comments
Khushbu 2004 Tahajib Center
Response 2005 CHP
Somrpon 2009 SSS Product
Appellate Division 2009 Laservision
Ma 2010 Egle Music
Alore Parash [13] 2011 Agun, Rajib and Rinku, Pulak Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag 2011 Nachiketa Chakraborty , Asif Akbar, Agun , polok and liza। Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag shadow man ',' color market ',' memory ',' death ',' miscall ',' mother ',' evil black and white ',' night star 'and' Dad '. Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag 2018 Arafat Rahman


  1. UNESCO Club Journalism Award 2011 Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag
  2. Arshikatha Cultural Award (Tripura, India) Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag


  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named A
  2. 2.0 2.1 "জীবনমুখী গানের মানিক".জীবনমুখী-গানের-মানিক. Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 "বই মেলায় মানিকের ৪ বই". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  4. "বইমেলায় এসেছে আমিরুল মোমেনীনের ‘সুর সঞ্চারী’".বইমেলায়-এসেছে-আমিরুল-মোমেনীনের-সুর-সঞ্চারী?amp. Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "নচিকেতার জীবন নিয়ে মানিকের অণু-উপন্যাস ‘আগুনপাখি’".নচিকেতার-জীবন-নিয়ে-মানিকের-অণু-উপন্যাস-আগুনপাখি?amp. Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 "বইমেলায় মানিকের ‘সাংবাদিক সাংঘাতিক’". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  7. "বঙ্গবীর এক্সপ্রেস". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  8. "জনচাকর". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  9. "ইমেলায় আমিরুল মোমেনীন মানিকের তিন বই". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  10. "বইমেলায় মানিকের ‘খবরের ফেরিওয়ালা’". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 "বইমেলায় মানিকের দুটি বই". Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  12. "মেলায় সংগীতশিল্পী মানিকের দুই বই".মেলায়-সংগীতশিল্পী-মানিকের-দুই-বই/amp. Retrieved 1 Jun 2020. 
  13. "মেলায় মানিকের কথা ও সুরে আগুন, রাজিব ও রিংকু".মানিকের-কথা-ও-সুরে-আগুন-রাজিব-ও-রিংকু. Retrieved 1 Jun 2020.