Posted on December 29, 2009 (Tuesday) under General
Here goes the download links of “Himu” novels by Humayun Ahmed. All the files are hosted on a different server, so don’t blame me for piracy as I’ve merely provided the links for you guys. Enjoy!
Listed in chronological order:
- Mayuurakshee (ময়ূরাক্ষী) – 1990
- Darojar Opashe (দরজার ওপাশে) – 1992
- Himu (হিমু) – 1993
- Parapar (পারাপার) – 1994
- Ebong Himu (এবং হিমু) – 1995
- Himur Hate Koekti Neelpadma (হিমুর হাতে কয়েকটি নীল পদ্ম) – 1996
- Himur Ditiyo Prohor (হিমুর দ্বিতীয় প্রহর) – 1997
- Himur Roopalee Ratri (হিমুর রূপালী রাত্রি) – 1998
- Ekjon Himu Koekti Jhi Jhi Poka (একজন হিমু কয়েকটি ঝি ঝি পোকা) – 1999
- Tomader Ei Nogore (তোমাদের এই নগরে) – 2000
- Chole Jay Boshonter Din (চলে যায় বসন্তের দিন) – 2002
- Se Ase Dheere (সে আসে ধীরে) – 2003
- Angul Kata Joglu (আঙ্গুল কাটা জগলু) – 2005
- Holud Himu Kalo Rab (হলুদ হিমু কালো র্যাব) – 2006
- Aaj Himur Biye (আজ হিমুর বিয়ে) – 2007
- Himu Remande (হিমু রিমান্ডে) – 2008
- Himur Modhyadupur (হিমুর মধ্যদুপুর) – 2009
- Himur Babar Kothamala (হিমুর বাবার কথামালা) – 2009
- Himur Neel Josna” (হিমুর নীল জোছনা) – 2010 NEW!
Grab the latest novel of the series “Himur Neel Josna” (হিমুর নীল জোছনা), published in February 2010 on the occasion of Ekushey Book Fair. It’s a good one!
All the files are between 2 to 10 megabytes, and requires a PDF reader to open which I’m sure all of you already have. Buy hard copy of the books to support the author if you like them!
Broken link? Please let me know and I’ll mirror it.
Posted on October 3, 2009 (Saturday) under General
The 6th century B.C.E. philosopher Pythagoras taught that each number had it’s own peculiar character, virtue and properties.
One is the number of essence. It is the symbol of identity, of equality, of existance, of conservation and of general harmony. Having no parts, a single unit, announces order, peace and tranquility, which are founded on
unity of sentiments; consequently, one is a good principle.
The number two, the origin of contrasts, is the symbol of diversity, or inequality, of division and of separation. Two is accordingly an evil principle, a number of bad augury, characterizing disorder, confusion, and change.
Three is the first of unequals; it is the number containing the most sublime mysteries, for eveything is composed of three substances. It represents divinity, the soul of the world, the spirit of man. It is meditation, atonement, completeness — beginning, middle, end.
Four, the first mathematical power, is also one of the chief elements. It represents the generating virtue, whence come all combinations; it is the most perfect of numbers; it is the root of all things. Pythogoreans swear by the quaternary number, which gives the human soul it’s eternal nature.
Posted on August 16, 2008 (Saturday) under General
By Edgar Albert Guest
When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
When the road you’re trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low and the debts are high,
And you want to smile but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit – rest if you must,
But don’t you quit.
Life is queer with its twists and turns.
As everyone of us sometimes learns.
And many a fellow turns about when he might have won had he stuck it out.
Don’t give up though the pace seems slow – you may succeed with another blow.
Often the goal is nearer than it seems to a faint and faltering man;
Often the struggler has given up when he might have captured the victor’s cup;
And he learned too late when the night came down,
How close he was to the golden crown.
Success is failure turned inside out – the silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And when you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems afar;
So stick to the fight when you’re hardest hit – it’s when things seem worst,
You must not quit.
Edgar Albert Guest (August 20, 1881, Birmingham, England – August 5, 1959, Michigan, USA) (also known as Eddie Guest) was a prolific American poet who was popular in the first half of the 20th century and became known as the People’s Poet.
Posted on June 21, 2008 (Saturday) under General
Long hair became my identity over the last two years. People used to recognise me as the computer guy with long hair. There were people who thought me as a poet, writer, singer, artist, photographer, and looked up at me with respect, while some gave weird looks and passed strange comments.
Anyhow, the big news is that my long hair is gone — I got a haircut last week.
Now I do not have to tie my hair, keep an extra rubber band on the pocket, worry about drying the hair after a shower, use the straightening iron, or spend money on rebonding at a regular interval. And oh, I can use the same bottle of shampoo for a longer period of time now!
I’ll surely miss my ponytail, but it was a decision worth taken.
Posted on June 12, 2008 (Thursday) under General
I’m an optimistic person and do I believe that what happens happen for good. But lately, I came to a conclusion that my life would been completely different (in a better way) if I didn’t make the following mistakes:
- Not attending Concord College.
- Dating Farah.
- Not being too tactful with Mike.
- Studying computer engineering.
- Not going to USA despite of so many chances.
I can’t change the past, but all I can do is to regret. Damn it.