Skh Sourav Halder

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Skh Sourav Halder
Skh Sourav Halder as on 27 August 2019
Born06 February 2002
Other namesLenin Halder, Sourav Halder
Educationshovna birajmoye high school(2013-2018), Dumuria college (2019-pregent)
Alma materUniversity of khulna
Years active2015
OrganizationAmar Gitanjali
Known forBangladesh Writer
Notable work
Dew drops
Home townKhulna, Bangladesh
Height5.8 ft (177 cm)
RelativesAnup Halder
FamilySomoa Halder,puja Halder,Prokash Halder,Ripon Halder,sopna sikdar
Awardscollege Literary periodicals

Skh Sourav halder is a bangladeshi youth poet and writer.was born on 06 February 2002 in the metropolis city Khulna, Bangladesh, usually write about fancation and Fiction. He had a hobby of writing from his childhood.

Early life[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

The name Sourav Haldar every moment of life is harder than a single point ear.Because of the moments of hardship in his life, he composed poetry.He is not only a poet of Bangladesh but he is also a poet of Upper Bengal.He says he has gained popularity by publishing poems in four newspapers in India.Not only is he limited to writing poetry, he is also a writer but he also has a talent in writing stories.In his life this poem began in secondary education.He then began to compose poems slowly and later in story-novels.His first poem was published in the Khulna Divisional newspaper daily Khulna Region.He is currently a popular poet, he likes to write mostly social and romantic poems.He may have written more poems, as well as some stories, among them the notable end address.[1][2]

In his early life as a writer[edit | hide | edit source]

He is the son of a middle-class family in Khulna district of Bangladesh. Later, he earned the reputation of Khulna district for this poem, O Naveen Dal, through the daily Khulna Region newspaper and then through the News Khulna newspaper, he earned a reputation in one Khulna district and later in Khulna, Rangpur and several districts. At present, he has achieved a great reputation for poetry in Upper Bengal.

Type of writing[edit | hide | edit source]

He is one of the most talked about literature in Khulna district of Bangladesh. He is not only limited to literary works but he is a novelist and poet. From the beginning of his writing life, he wrote romantic love stories, poems and stories from there. Through romantic love stories, he writes and writes philosophical and travel stories about Birah. He has earned a reputation for writing in various districts of Bangladesh

Organization[edit | hide | edit source]

He started a wiki called My Gitanjali.He started a wiki called My Gitanjali and due to some problems he kept this wiki inactive .A later account in the wiki states that he took the name from the Gitanjali anthology in honor of Rabindranath Tagore, without publishing any biographical information on his wiki. But within a few days of creating the wiki, he failed, and he resigned from the organization, saying he would create a new organization.

Poetry[edit | hide | edit source]

Notable poetry[edit | hide | edit source]

  1. Botanical tree
  2. The last chapter of life
  3. poet
  4. friends
  5. fone
  6. toba asba jadin
  7. kobi o kobitar param
  8. Rong celo buje
  9. jibonar colar pota
  10. jormo hoyacelo tai

11.ha nobin dol


13.ak polok valobasa


15.noyoan at valobasa

16.kosta vora mon

17.akusar gan

18.tome Amar kobitar sregonai



21.sohad minar

22.tome amar


24.a life

25.sai calati

26.college campus



29.ha grogon

30.honubob bane

31.phohala boishak

32.tomar ar dakbo na

33.o bicoreni pram at kota

34.tome kokon acaila

35.kota celo daka hoba

36.dakacelam protom


38.nil akas are maja

39.ai bristy vaga rata


41.majar pota

42.a kamon valobasa

42.jibonar ses aodai


Notable Work[edit | hide | edit source]

One of the most popular books inside his famous book is Dishi Bindu, which is written in Bangla and he has translated and published this book on various English sites. He has gained popularity for this book.

  • Dew drops(2019)[3]
  • End address(2019)[4]
  • Intersection of intersections(2015)[5]
  • Bunch poetry(2018)