Kazi Nazrul Islam poems English Summary

Life Duration: (1899-1976)


The author of “Samyabadi Poetry” is our national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam. Our beloved poet Kazi Nazrul Islam, known as the rebel poet, was born on May 24, 1899 AD (11 Jaishtha, 1306 AD). He was born in Churulia village of Burdwan district of West Bengal. The Samyabadi poem written by Kazi Nazrul Islam is compiled from the first volume of ‘Nazrul Rachnabali’ published by Bangla Academy and edited by Abdul Qadir.

Fundamentals of Samyabadi poetry:

In this poem, Kazi Nazrul Islam talks about the establishment of a non-communal human society without discrimination. Being recognized as a poet’s faith is the most honorable thing to do. But people use communities to politicize, exploit the weak, and still incite one against the other. One person conspires to turn the other way. This idea of Nazrul is still the motivation of every human being.

Nazrul said in this poem – “Surasur is among the people who are in heaven.” Nazrul emphasized on religion in the heart. Humanism is necessary to properly understand the knowledge gained by reading scriptures. The poet says that there is no temple better than the human heart Kaaba. The poet has placed humanity above all ways. Hindus, Buddhists, Christians, Muslims are all considered as children of the same mother. Nazrul has composed music for Manavik Melabandhan. Tried to spread the fragrance of humanity through words and music.

Nazrul considered the human heart as holy as temples, mosques, churches or other places of pilgrimage in the poem ‘Saymavadi’. If this heart is pure, if there is no enmity and hatred towards anyone, if there is sympathy for all, then the world will be a happy abode. Communism means the doctrine that all people of the state should have equal rights regardless of caste, religion, caste. Kazi Nazrul Islam preached the message of Communism to establish the rights of all types of people in his poem Samyavadi.

Analysis of the poetry  ‘Manush’

In the poem ‘Manush’, the poet has highlighted the fact that all the people of the world are one and the same race in the eyes of communism. Here the poet has discussed about the real identity of people beyond religion, caste, caste, caste etc. Great work of humanitarianism, donation to the hungry is recognized in all religions. But in the poem ‘Manush’ the starving man is treated by the priest of the temple and the Mella of the mosque. Despite being hungry for seven days, he begged for food and was denied to them. But for eighty years he lived by eating the food given by the Lord without any prayer. Man’s dignity, honor, exaltation are all equal to the Creator. But people see him differently in the name of religion, in the name of caste. Mosques and temples are dominated by Mella-Purut. Those who lock the cupboards in the kitchen, kitchen, are enemies of humanity, enemies of equality. Common people will come forward one day with hammers and knives to resist them. And in that, the sign of humanity, equality, strength and victory will fly in the world. Therefore people hate just reading the scriptures, the service of the temple is unreasonable, the name of the adharma is untrue.

Summary, Interpretation and Analysis of Kandari Hushiar’s poem

The poem Kandari Hushiya written by Kazi Nazrul Islam is taken from his Proletarian Poems. This is one of the most popular poems written by Nazrul Islam. In this poem written in the context of the freedom movement of integral India, the poet wants to give a clear message to the youth society and the leadership of the freedom struggle in India. When freedom is the most desired goal for the subjugated nation, some selfish people indulge in the conspiracy to divide the society by creating Hindu-Muslim divide. When the environment is extremely hostile, the path of freedom struggle becomes more difficult as a result of communal differences, violence and riots. Hence the poet’s call to the struggling youth in this situation: “Ke ach joan hao aguan hankiche bhavadi.” He appealed to those on whom the fate of the nation depends, to take the lead of the country. Just as it became difficult to hold the boat at night in the inclement weather, the passengers became frightened, it became difficult to determine the future direction of the country’s political movement and the entire nation at that time. The poet reminded the leader of the nation, “Kandari, say drowned people, kill my children.” The poet reminded the pioneers of the freedom movement about the loss of freedom of Bengalis in the wilderness of Palashi. The new sun of freedom will rise again in the water of that Ganges red with the blood of Bengalis. This is like a test for leaders to rise above Hindu-Muslim differences and fight for the country’s interests. That’s why the poet said “today the exam will make the relief of the nation or caste.” While fighting for the country, those great revolutionaries who have worn the noose around their neck and sung the victory song of life, are also standing unnoticed today. Kandari should not forget their sacrifice.

Bidrohi poetry

The Bidrohi poem is one of the famous poems of Kazi Nazrul Islam. The poem was first published on January 6, 1922 in Bijli newspaper. The poem was then published in Masik Pravasi (Magh 1328), Masik Sadhana (Baishakh 1329) and Dhumketu (22 Aug 1922). As soon as it was published it created a huge stir. Even today, the poem “Chiro unnoto Shir” remains in the Bengali Mansa for its strong rebellious spirit and extraordinary phrasing and rhythm. ‘Bidrohi’ poetry is essentially a poem of self-awakening. People can make the impossible possible. A triumph of such strong self-confidence is evident in the stanzas of the poem ‘Bidrohi’. Through self-liberation, the world and life can experience the taste of freedom. By using the word ‘I’ 121 times in the poem, the poet wants to echo one word that people have unequal power. It is possible to build an independent country of dreams by breaking the chains of subjugation in pursuit and struggle. The contribution of this poem in establishing equality, truth, honesty, non-communalism and just society is world wide.

Nazrul’s rebellious spirit is revealed in the rebellious poetry. Nazrul rebelled against the colonial power, against the communal power, against the tyranny. Nazrul got the title of ‘rebel poet’ for writing this poem.

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Rashedul Islam
Rashedul Islam

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