Tanvir Aladin's novel 'Mathiarar Meye' gains readers' popularity
DHAKA, Feb 12, 2024 (BSS)- A love-story based novel 'Mathiarar Meye' written by journalist Tanvir Aladin and published in this Amar Ekushey Book Fair got popularity among the readers.
Publishing house Sahitya Desh published the book while Fahad Hasan Kazamee painted the cover of the novel. The book having printed price of Taka 335 is available at stalls no. 340 and 341 in the book fair and on online platforms Rokomari.com and Prothoma.com.
The writer dedicated the novel to Joyeeta Manjila Mimi.
In the novel, Tanvir, senior staff reporter of Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS), shows that it is possible to win a war with love. Therefore, he has pushed the main character of the novel 'Mathiarar Meye' into a complex battle like 'Monophobia'. Suffering from unnecessary fear is called 'Monophobia'.
The writer in his novel showed that due to the problem of 'Monophobia', many qualified and talented people fall behind on the way to reach their destinations. To overcome the Monophobia, at first a strong mentality with love is needed to win the war like Monophobia and social taboos should be breached as well.
Tanvir wrote in his book that it is possible to overcome the Monophobia if any courageous person like Neha Kazi stands beside as a companion.
"The prime aim of my novel is to show that it is possible to win the war with love," he said.