Gazi Miar Bostani is an autobiographical novel by Mir Musharraf Hossain. The first part of it published in 7 AD; the second part is not published individually in the booklet. The main story of the novel is the conflict between two widowed women landlords named Sonnabi and Mannibi. The names of the heroes and heroes of the book are fancy, such as Arajakpur, Jamvadar, Nancharpur, Poijarnessa, Sabalot Chowdhury, Verakant, Joyak and so on.
The bibliography is called an autobiographical essay because of the author’s own shadow over the character of the sheep. It is a social mirror of the age. It describes the lifestyle of Muslim zamindars, the place of women in society, Hindu-Muslim relations, the governance of the country, and the corruption of law enforcement agencies. Naming the character of the novel has the effect of Sanskrit’s allegorical drama or satire.