Kazi Nazrul Islam (24 May 1899–29 August 1976), sobriquet Bidrohi Kobi (rebel Poet), was a Bengali poet, musician and progressive who pioneered poetic works espousing severe non secular insurrection in opposition to fascism and oppression. His poetry and nationwideist activism earned him the popular title of Bidrohi Kobi ( Poet). reaching a large frame of acclaimed works thru his lifestyles, Nazrul is formally recognised because the nationwide poet of Bangladesh and honored in India.
Born into a Muslim quazi (justice) circle of relatives in India, Nazrul
received spiritual training and worked as a muezzin at an area mosque.
He learned of poetry, drama, and literature whilst working with
theatrical teams. After serving in the British Indian military, Nazrul
based himself as a journalist in Kolkata (then Calcutta ). He assailed
the British Raj in India and preached revolution through his poetic
works, such as "Bidrohi" ("The Rebel") and "Bhangar Gaan" ("The Song of
Destruction"), as well as his publication "Dhumketu" ("The Comet"). His
impassioned activism in the Indian independence movement often led to
his imprisonment by British authorities. While in prison, Nazrul wrote
the "Rajbandir Jabanbandi" ("Deposition of a Political Prisoner").
Exploring the life and conditions of the downtrodden masses of India,
Nazrul worked for their emancipation.