Sonia Tasnim Khan. She had a great interest in writing since childhood. This writer was born in Dhaka on 28 November 1985. Although born in Dhaka and native of Sirajganj, this writer spent her childhood in Chittagong. She is the first child of father Abul Mansoor Md Anwarul Hamid Khan and mother Feroza Begum.
After passing secondary school from Chittagong Bangladesh Mohila Somiti Girls High School, she studied at Badrunnessa Government College in Dhaka. Later, she graduated from the United International University of Dhaka in the Department of Business Administration and received a master’s degree from the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. She has completed several training courses in the country and abroad on various subjects of business administration.
Sonia is the mother of two daughters. This writer’s husband Md Ashraf Iqbal Tarafdar is a marine engineer.
Her first story book “Mayer Gaynar Box” was published in Amar Ekushey Book Fair 2020. The following year she published the novel “Osomapto” and last year “Kenya Voyongkar”, “Agontuk” and “Fourth Floor”.
Udar Akash Publications of West Bengal also published her original story book “Vistirna Jalchhabi”, which has gained great readership in both Bengals. It is known that several more manuscripts are awaiting publication.
Many articles published by the author in various international newspapers and magazines including two Bangla have been widely appreciated by the reading community.
Beside writing in national dailys she is writing in Daily Puber Kalam of West Bengal and Paris Times from Paris, France. Engaged as Assistant Producer of “The Global TV” approved by UK Government and broadcast from there and as Goodwill Ambassador of Center For Creative Youth Of Bangladesh (CCYB).
Always trying to make the young generation book-oriented, this literary lover is engaging herself in various activities related to the promotion of books. She loves to introduce herself as a reader along with writer.
Shee has won “India-Bangladesh Maitri Sammanna” from Udar Akash Publications of West Bengal, “Chatak Sahitya Sammanna 2022” from India-Bangladesh Sahitya Sammelan organized by Chatak Foundation and “Friends of Humanity Award 2022” and Daily Bangali’s Kanth Award 2023 as a fiction writer from Bangladesh.
In his future plans, she is strongly committed to upholding the practice of writing as well as making a significant contribution to Bengali literature.
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