Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Father of the Nation

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Attempts have been made to delineate the multidimensional life, struggle and statesmanship of Bangabandhu. The people having knowledge in history will admit without hesitation that there is hardly any scope of thinking about Bangabandhu and Bangladesh separately. The superb qualities of such a unique Bengali have been evident today in research by historians, sociologists, political scientists and researchers. His life-long endeavor stimulated the Bengali people irrespective of religions, castes and creed to shape the background of the Liberation War by considering the rich history, culture and traditions of Benglis of thousand years from a political and non-communal point of view. Being enriched with statesmanship qualities he led the Bengali people in the glorious movements like 52, 54, 62, 66, 69 and the epoch-making election 1970. Moreover, against the backdrop of such perilous movements and struggles Bangabandhu has been able to form the mindset of Bengali people ignited with the spirit of liberation war and achieved independence by leading people through a long nine months liberation war. Much before the approach of 1971 he prepared the Benalis in all respects and schooled the nation with the great mantra of the struggle of freedom. Thus his stately wisdom and dexterous leadership, the Bengali nationalist spirit was manifested. Hence, Bengali people were inspired to establish independence and sovereign state. Analysis of history proves that such a statesman is uniquely second to none, This is where his distinctive achievement lies in rebuilding an independent country from the rubble of the post-independent period and giving the best constitution in one year through the democratic process. He took Bangladesh to an exclusive height by gaining membership in most international organizations, including the United Nations. In course of time, Bengalis today have rejected the detestable practice of distorting history by killing Bangabandhu, the best son of Bengalis. In this context, such a book marking the birth centenary of Bangabandhu leaves an appeal of the time for multidimensional analysis of the ideals of the architect of Bengali nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and spirit of the 1971 Liberation War