Himur Ditiyo Prohor By Humayun Ahmed

Himur Ditiyo Prohor By Humayun Ahmed

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Himur Ditiyo Prohor is a popular Bangla book. This book is one of Himu series book. Himur Ditiyo Prohor by Humayun Ahmed (1997) is a fantastic Bengali novel book. We are here to share the Bangla PDF book of this famous book. The story of this novel is unique among all books of Himu that’s what makes this book so much popular with the readers.

Himur Ditiyo Prohor Info

  • Name of the book: Himur Ditiyo Prohor
  • Name of the writer: Humayun Ahmed
  • Category of the book: Novel
  • Book series: Himu
  • Publisher: Kakoli Prokashoni
  • First published: June 1997
  • Total Pages: 127 pages
  • Book size: 06 MB

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The writer has written many books taken with Himu. “Himur Ditiyo Prohor” is one of them. I am upholding some notable part of this book.

I walked down the street for a long time. At one time it seems to me that to see moonlit less to see lamplight. Run into any lane. This is a lane where two rickshaws can’t go side by side. It becomes very well; it is a blind lane. It won’t if we know it before. By walking after going to the last atop street is lost suddenly. Stadium lamp won’t be there. This lane is in the center of Dhaka city. Unwilling to say the name of the lane. I don’t want that any curious person finds out that lane.

After going forward some distance, I observed some puppies. They are lying in the middle of the road. Seeing me, they get up altogether. Altogether four puppies. A person faces an acute fear many times in his life. The tendency of turning aside fear is also a natural tendency. You must not do that. Fear is not a matter of avoiding. It is a matter of investigation. If one can investigate correctly, one may know about the unknown mysteries of the world. This is necessary for you. But remember one thing, this world is like the peel of onion. Decorticate one peel you will see another peel. It will continue assiduously. Finally, nothing will be acquired. We have come to the world in empty-handed, and again we will shove off in empty-handed. We live in the middle of an empty tow space.




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