A sample text widget

Etiam pulvinar consectetur dolor sed malesuada. Ut convallis euismod dolor nec pretium. Nunc ut tristique massa.

Nam sodales mi vitae dolor ullamcorper et vulputate enim accumsan. Morbi orci magna, tincidunt vitae molestie nec, molestie at mi. Nulla nulla lorem, suscipit in posuere in, interdum non magna.

Bangladesh SSC result 2013 publishing today

Bangladesh SSC (Secondary School Certificate) result of 2013 is publishing today on May 9, 2013. Professor Taslima Begum, convener of Inter board cooperate committee & chairman Dhaka education board has ensured it. This year SSC exam started from 3rd February and   ended in 5th March.  So within two months the result is about to publish. It is obviously a praiseworthy as the result is being published so soon though we had many problems like strikes, political problem and tragedy like Savar.

In the SSC Exam the total students were 13, 03, 203 students from 27,073 educational institutions has taken the exams across the country. In This year, the number of examinees under 10 education boards including the Madrasa board and Technical education board has dropped by 1.16 lakh. Total 6, 68, 268 are the male students and 6, 34, 935 are the female students attend the SSC and equivalent examinations at 2,758 centers.

The education minister will officially announce the SSC result 2013 through a press briefing at 1:00pm. The SSC results will be available in the Govt. website www.educationboardresults.gov.bd after 2.00 pm.

To see the Bangladesh SSC result 2013, please click the below link:

SSC result 2013.

Students also can see their result on any mobile phones by sending a message. Bangladesh education boards at a time publish the result of SSC exam all over the boards in Bangladesh like as; Dhaka education board, Rajshahi education board, Comilla education board, Jessore education board, Chittagong education board, Barisal education board, Sylhet education board and Dinajpur education board.

SSC result is a very important day for the students and also for the parents. After knowing the satisfying result all distribute sweets among themselves and it becomes a tradition now. Hopefully all the candidates will have their satisfactory results and keep on their fight in the battle of their life.

152nd birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore

152nd birth day of rabindranath tagoreA man who is a complete package of superiority in all sights of creativity the man is Rabindranath Tagore. 7th May was his 152nd birth anniversary and 100th year of Nobel Prize winning day. He was an expert in all categories like; drama, all types of essays, poetry, songs, paintings, novels, travel diaries, auto-biographies and so on. He was a native Bengal writer from a very early age but could not get recognition that much rather teased. When he started translated his works that brings success to him much more easily and that also make him popular in the West.

His works contains such variation and complicacy that makes the critics fall in deep thought still today. He was not even highly educated nor had many degrees still his writings make think those critics who have many degrees and experiences. He was the youngest son of Debendranath Tagore so he had to take the basics of education. He was not even attentive to his study so he started bung the classes so his father decided to run his study at home. Then for further education he was sent to England but could not finish his study and came back to his homeland.

He proved so many times that he was not only stays in his dreamy world also the political practices make him think indeed. Like Swadwshi Movement he takes part in lot of movement by writing songs, giving slogans, writing poetry and many more activities.

Rabindranath was the most multi skilled poets in this subcontinent. He is in every Bengali’s heart. We all love him.rabindranath tagore with mahatma gandi at 1940

Bengali Qur’an

Girish Chandra Sen was the first person to translate the Qur’an into Bengali language in 1886. He was not an upstart but a scholar who read extensively on Islam for some years before embarking on the translation of Qur’an in Bengali. He was a Brahmo missionary and did so at the behest of Keshab Chandra Sen. The latter also asked other three Brahmo scholars to study and understand Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity respectively. The very idea was to converge all major religions of the then India.

At that time, Bengali Muslim scholars could not even imagine such thing. To them Bengali language was of no consequence before Arabic. But, now when we see that many Bengali Muslim scholars have translated Qur’an in Bengali, the obvious mindset of their predecessors is nowhere to find.

Many Bangladeshi Islamic scholars are not happy with Girish Chandra Sen. While talking to the Principal of a renowned Madrassa of Bangladesh; I could smell his annoyance with Girish Chandra Sen. The Principal even said “tore beta ke bolechhilo Qran onubad korte?” To him, it was unbecoming of a Hindu (Brahmo) to do such thing.

Do you think in same line?

Divided India:

The term ‘Hinduism’ was introduced into the English language in the 19th century to denote the religious, philosophical, and cultural traditions native to India. This tempted many to say that Hinduism is something very new. What these people fail to appreciate is that Hinduism as we see it today is a conglomeration of different religious philosophies, sects and traditions. In earlier days there were Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Sudras or Rajputs, Jats, Yadavs and Nambudris or Shaktas, Vaisnavas and Shaivas etc.. These divisions are still there, but collectively all are Hindus.

The ‘Chaturvarnas’ of Hinduism might have some sociological justification in distant past. However, its continuation during latter centuries was a result of vested interests among high caste Hindus. The ritualistic Brahmins in connivance powerful Kshatriyas befooled and exploited the Sudras who were put under the iron heels of upper caste Hindus for centuries.

For past more than six decades, Indian government has been trying to do justice to the low caste Hindus (Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Communities) through different welfare projects and reservations in education and services. Now government is introducing reservations in promotions of such serving employees also. Unfortunately, such endeavor has led to two developments. On one hand there grew up a creamy section of low caste Hindus who are reaping the harvest and on the other hand a strong current of hatred grew up between upper and lower caste Hindus for conflict of interest due to reservation policy. Hindu boys and girls are being killed by their family if they marry in low castes.

The third party in the Indian society is Muslims. Sachar Committee Reports had given a very gloomy picture of underdevelopment among Indian Muslims. There is a political group who wants reservations for Indian Muslims also. Thus India is practically divided into ‘high caste Hindus’, ‘low caste Hindus’ and ‘Muslims’. Politicians are playing with the situation in their own way. Civil society is not strong enough to cement the gap between these three different segments of the Indian society.

The religion of restlessness:

If at all there is an Allah, then the religion (Islam) propagated by his messenger should naturally be for the betterment of the lives of his followers. But this betterment of lives of the believers of Islam rejects the betterment of lives of non-believers.

Anybody having the knowledge about the last decade of the life of prophet will find it to be extremely turbulent and violent. The succession of prophet by the first Caliph (after the death of prophet) was also anything but smooth, collective and peaceful. This mainly led to the infamous war between Ayesha and Ali latter.

Islam claims that by leading the life in the way of Allah, the Muslims will enter into paradise in life hereafter. But in the same breath it tells that all non-Muslims will go to hell fire after death. Islam teaches hatreds and violence towards non-Muslims.

These conceptual faults in the teachings of Islam cannot allow its followers to be in peace. They perpetually remain restless and try to convert everything non-Muslims into Muslims or destroy it. Islam has given its followers the constant agony about the presence of non-Muslims on the face of earth.

If we look at the individual Islamic countries, we find no one in peaceful situation. These Islamic countries look like confused sovereigns not knowing where and how to reconcile or otherwise between Islamic and non-Islamic entities of planet earth.

At individual level, there are many Muslims who are very good people and there are many non-Muslims who are bad. However, if any Muslim is a true Muslim, then he must be a very restless person eager to destroy everything non-Muslim or to change everything non-Muslims to Muslims. He is not only restless but also a helpless person as his religion teaches him like that. If he denies this, then he ceases to be a Muslim.

Muslims scholars must examine Islamic texts and teachings in the context of 21st century to come out of this restlessness. Why can’t we start with Bangladesh? Why can’t we see that Islam has not converted Bangladesh into “Sonar Bangla”?

Changing one’s religion

Leaving one’s religion for another or atheism is utmost difficult in Islam. Islamic laws prescribe that the apostate should be killed by any Muslim(s). Some Islamic countries have legalised this practice, others practice it anyway. It is like mafia gang. No one can leave the gang. The cruelty in such killing of apostates is sanctified as divine law of Allah. That’s why apostates from Islam cannot come out in the open unlike their counterparts from Christianity, Buddism & Hinduism. But still many Muslims have been turning to be apostates since the days of prophet. This is not a new phenomenon.

In similar fashion, many non-Muslims are also becoming Muslims. Islamists may unnecessarily and conveniently highlight this and remain silent about apostates from Islam. The fact is, movement is on both ways.

Barring the instances of forceful conversion to Islam, which is a religious obligation of Muslims (in Islamic countries), most of the recent Muslim converts are from West. Now the question comes up why this two way movement?

If we try to examine the situation, we will find that apostates from Islam are those who, in spite of childhood indoctrination, doubt many things about Islam on becoming adults and after finding no satisfactory answer leave Islam. To them Islam is hollow, superficial, false, imperialistic, cruel and so on and so forth. The reasons are, therefore, intellectual & spiritual.

On the other hand the Westerners, who are disillusioned with the moral degradation of West and got bored with unlimited liberty, convert to Islam as Islam controls every sphere of Muslims’ life. These Westerners find the regimented and controlled life of Muslims much attractive than free-bird type of life in free Western society. Some of them even join Jihadi groups to come out of the boredom and understand the meaning of life (or death). However, such apostates are at no risk of death. Some of them even aspire to go to Islamic paradise by default.  The reasons are, here, moral & psychological.