Book Review For ‘Nil Dariar Prem’ the Bangla book of poems.

The Author of ‘The Islands Historia De Amor’ the first Bangla book of poems was published in Sylhet District, and reviewed by Bangla Media (UK), Press in London.
May 6, 2011 - PRLog -- “Nil Doriar Prem” book of Bangla poem has been published by Bonsai Prokashon, Raza
Manson, 3th Floor, Zinda Bazar, Sylhet, Bangladesh. The Author’s first Bangla poetry book of poem in the poetry category and is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as ‘Gronthamela.Com. The websites:

‘Nil Dariar Prem’   means in English ‘Oceans of Love’ The readers can delve into the ‘Oceans of Love’ as in history in Islam’s Prophet Ibrahim was inside the big fish more than forty days in the oceans not in the British Channel Islands but Mediterranean Sea in Bangla called “Nil Dariar Prem” The romantics in  Revelation in religion lovers often seem struggle in the oceans for the clue as Baby Mose was flooded over the oceans without any form of Identities by his own parents to save the life of newly born child Baby Mosa. The Front cover of the book is original Author Picture taken by him self In the Islands of Guernsey in the summer of 1994. And he designed the Cover.

The Muilti-Cultural Bilingual’s Readers can explore their  fugitives minds, memories, soul, and hearts, in the most Revelation in Romantic  way without N.H.S. Tower Hamlet, free  packet of condoms and get intoxicated with passion of blind love, Lust, Romantic, Romance, Love, Relationship, Friendship, Friend, Affairs, Sadness, Sad, Sorrow, Historic, Revelation, Culture, Religion, and in Politics’  that provides muilti-cultural  environmental society  gives inspirational, knowledge and perspective  sign of the temporary world we live in. In evidence “Nil Dariar Prem” the readers will indeed blame the Ministers(s), not the School Teachers by any means?

Author of ‘The Islands Historia De Amor’. The poetry book of Bangla poems has been published in several journals and reviews in Bangladesh and United Kingdom, and media is considered the Author to be an ‘Experimental’ fugitive’s for the Bilingual’s readers.
About the author.
Abdul Haye Amin, The Author of the Bangla book of poetry, ‘Nil Dariar Prem’ none-University Graduate, Secondary Holte School, student, City of Birmingham, United Kingdom, age of only Ten Emigrated in England, who could not even spelled out his own name in English nor in Bangla without teacher to write in Bangla book of poetry was some thing to be proud of predicted in advance by the City of Birmingham, United Kingdom, Local Education Board, as mentioned to his Parents or Guardian in 1982 as Follows:
“Such maturity and diligence can only have positive results. Please add my congratulations to your when you no doubt speak to him about this letter”—(Secondary Holte School, City of Birmingham, Head of Upper School,--D.C. Harris).
The Author’s claim after reading the articles in London Lite in the Press, “Teacher who can’t teach are a danger to society” & “Should we sack bad teacher”—(London Lite: Tuesday, May, 06, 2008. Page 10),  The kind request to the Authority of States please don’t sack School Teachers nor they are all Danger to the society, lack of understanding Bilingual’s book of  Bangla  ‘Nil Dariar Prem’ poems. The British Minister(s) often make Judgment mistake without medical tablets, “Seroxat” to be taken Five Times a Days. As British India, Partition of Bay of Bengal in 1905.  Instead of ‘Scotland’ and or the “Wales” as a Independent Country , Instead of ‘Bangladesh’ Today, known as “Bangla” Instead of “British India”
Today not the author but Her Britannic Majesty’s’ and Her Government regrets and sympathise they cannot read poetry Bangla book of ‘Nil Dariar Prem’. The worse shamed In Politics’ Instead of in Education. Thanks G.C.Gary, the Head of Holte School Teacher. Without giving lesson In Bangla in School how come student writes book of Bangla poem?
The School Teachers probably  committed offense  for Teaching the  student the meaning of the definition word, ‘Introduction’ mean in Language of Arabic;  “Bis-Mil-La-Hir-Rak-Ma-Nir-Ra-Him”—(786). Which mean in English “In the name of Almighty Lord, (Allah/God), the most merciful and the most Beneficial of Mankind”
In the name not Politics but Lord today our School Teachers are Dangers to the society in the eyes of British Justice’s  and Minister(s) lack of knowledge in Bilingual’s Language and in Trust?
Before any British Minister(s) thinking of sacking our School Teacher(s), pleases kindly go back to “Springhill Language School” City of Birmingham, learn second Language in Bangla. Then says not only author’s of the ‘Nil Dariar Prem’ but the School Teachers is Dangers to the society Your Honour?
According to London (UK), Bangla Press “JANOMOT” Book Review the Bangla book of poems tastes sweet as not only ‘Chicken Tikka Masala’ The ‘Indian Gourmet’, Favourites curry but reading the British national favourites Forbidden news paper SUN page 3.
The Bangla Weekly Janomot News Paper, Editorial Review in Bangla:
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"Nil Dariar Prem”-(Ocean of Love), * by Abdul Haye Amin.
The Bangla Book of Poems.
Publication Date: December, 2007.
Price Bangladeshi, (BDT), Taka: $70:  U.S.A. $4: Pages; 64: ISBN: (10):  984-8464-35-2.

Members of the Bilingual’s, muilti-cultural media Press who wish to review and or to Translates in different Language this book of poetry  in Bangla ‘Nil Dariar Prem’ By Abdul Haye Amin may be ordered through by contacting the publisher or the Websites  to purchase copies of the book for resale worldwide, please Contact above mention Publisher, not the Author.

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Poetry enthusiasts and Bangla book fanatics are in for a new poetic read as, "The Neel Dariar Prem". Released through Bonsai Prokashon, Sylhet District, Bangladesh, this book contains a number of Bangla poems that will amuse and entertain readers.
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