Parapar By Humayun Ahmed

Parapar By Humayun Ahmed

Free Download Parapar PDF book or read online anytime. Parapar By Humayun Ahmed is a famous Bengali Book of Bangladesh. This novel book is one of the best of Himu series. The ending part was so romantic. I am pretty sure that you don’t want to miss this book. Download the PDF copy from down below and enjoy this book.

Parapar Book Info

  • Name of the book: Parapar
  • Name of the writer: Humayun Ahmed
  • Category of the book: Novels, Himu
  • Publisher of the book: Annyaprokash
  • First published: May 2006
  • Total Page: 100 pages
  • PDF Size: 9.11 MB

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Parapar Book  Review

Parapar begins with the call of a dove.  Dispelling the curtain of the microbus, a lady asks Himu, “Are you Himu?” However, Himu could not recognize her; that’s why he didn’t answer to the lady.

There is a girl with a lady named Khuki. She seems to Himu that she is not a lady; she is a whore.
A long-time passed, yet he can not recognize the lady. In the midway, Himu descends. Though the lady solicited, yet Himu can come away disregarding her.

Himu have to go to Yakub Ali. He called in him. The man is aristocratic rich. He had to drill more to visit him. At last, He could meet him. He thought that he was keeping his foot in the cabin of a hospital. Yakub Ali has called for Himu. Himu can do that work well. As Himu related book, the reader my Power, precisely in that way. He also lugs this story in his way. He has also taken this story in his assimilation.

Himu is innocently Himu. There is such kind of element in his book that after finishing reading the book, the readers want to be a person like Himu. The spiritual power of Himu is described in this story. In the last page of Parapar, Himu asked Rupa why he was crying. Rupa answered that she does not know the reason for her crying. A  piece of moonlight comes into rupa’s lap from the gap of the window. The problem of moon-light is only to make the illusion. This is a reality! Every woman in this world is Rupa, and every man in this world is Himu.

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