Salman Pervez Sabuj

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Salman Pervez Sabuj
Native name সালমান পারভেজ সবুজ
Born 21 January 1984 (1984-01-21) (age 39)
Tita Bazitpur, Keshabpur, Jashore
Residence Jashore
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Author
Known for Author & Music Producer
Home town Jashore
Religion Muslim
Parents Nazrul Islam, Rowshanara Khatun

Salman Pervez Sabuj (সালমান পারভেজ সবুজ) is a multifaceted literary figure, known for his poetic prowess, exquisite prose, and thought-provoking opinions on contemporary issues. Born in the quiet village of Tita Bazitpur, under the Keshabpur upazila of Jashore district, Sabuj grew up in a rustic environment that instilled in him a deep love for nature and the simple joys of life.

Early on, Sabuj discovered his love for poetry, which he cultivated during his student days at Chittagong University, where he pursued a degree in Economics. His debut poetry collection "Adrishter Praloye," published in February 2006, immediately captured the hearts of avid readers, who praised its rich imagery, evocative language, and deep emotional resonance.

Sabuj's literary works were briefly interrupted due to environmental reasons, but he soon found his way back to his beloved craft, penning thought-provoking poems that showcase his unique perspective and unwavering commitment to social justice and humanity.

In recent years, Sabuj's talent has soared to new heights, with his works being published in major literary magazines and anthologies. His poetry collection, "Se Katha Rakheni," published at the Amar Ekushey Book Fair-2022, is a testament to his genius and artistic prowess.

Aside from his poetic brilliance, Sabuj is also an accomplished novelist, with his debut novel, "The Third World," published in the prestigious Amar Ekushe Granth Mela-2023. In addition, he is renowned for his insightful opinion pieces on contemporary issues, which have been published in various daily newspapers.

Sabuj's talent is not limited to literature alone, as he is also known for his outstanding contributions to music as a lyricist. His compositions, such as "Tomar Ekti Tarjnita," "Hazar Neter Deshe," and "Jiban Nadir Mohanai," are timeless classics that continue to resonate with fans worldwide.

Sabuj's literary achievements are a testament to his unwavering commitment to artistic excellence and his tireless efforts to promote the Bengali language and culture. Today, Sabuj serves as a Sub-Editor (Literary Affairs) at the daily "Nagarik Bhavna" and works as a banker in a private bank.

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