Kushtia has a tourist spot called Lahinipara. Mir Mosharraf Hossain Bastubita, the home of novelist, playwright, and essayist Mir Mosharraf Hossain, is in this village.Every day, hundreds of tourists from all over the world come here.
Mir Mosharraf Hossain was born in Lahinipara, Kushtia district, on November 13, 1847. Mir Moazzem Hossain was his father, and he was a zamindar. Mosharraf Hossain was turned over after he went to Munushi’s house to learn Arabic and Persian. After that, he went to pathshala to learn Bengali.
His schooling began at Kushtia School. Later, he went to Krishnanagar Collegiate School and studied up to class 5. He then went to Kalighat School in Kolkata, but he didn’t study far enough.
Mosharraf Hossain’s first job was to take care of his father’s zamindari. Later, he became the manager of Faridpur Nawab Estate, and in 1885, he became the manager of Delduar Estate. He left this job at one point and went back to Lahinipara. Later, he went to Calcutta to try to get lucky and stayed there from 1903 to 1909. Mosharraf Hossain worked for Samachar Prabhakar and Grambarta Prakashika of Kumarkhali when he was a student. This is where he started writing. His literary teacher was Kangal Harinath, who was the editor of Grambarta. Later, his second wife, Bibi Kulsoom, also helped a lot in this way.
Mir Mosharraf was one of the best writers of prose during the Bankim period. He was also one of the first Bengali Muslim writers in the 19th century.
How to get there:
From Kushtia Bus Stand to Lahinipara Mor, next to the toll ghat of Syed Masud Rumi Bridge, by rickshaw or auto rickshaw, the fare is 30-50/-.
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