Hasan Azizul Huq

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Hasan Azizul Huq (Bangla: হাসান আজিজুল হক) is a Bangladeshi writer, reputed for his short stories. He was born on 2 February 1939 in Jabgraam in Burdwan district of West Bengal, India. However, later his parents moved to Fultala, near the city of Khulna, Bangladesh.

He taught in the department of philosophy of the Rajshahi University for a long time and retired as a professor of philosophy. He now lives in "Ujan", the name of his home near the campus of the Rajshahi University.

Huq is well known for his experimentations with the language and introducing modern idioms in his writings. His use of language and symbolism has earned him critical acclaim. His stories explore the psychological depths of human beings as well as portray the lives of the peasants of Bangladesh.

Huq has received most of the major literary awards of Bangladesh including the Bangla Academy Award in 1970.


  • Samudrer Swapna, Shiter Aranya (1964)
  • Atmaja O Ekti Karabi Gachh (1967)
  • Jiban Ghashe Agun (1973)
  • Namhin Gotrohin (1974) ISBN 984-965-050-1
  • Patale Haspatale (1981)
  • Ma Meyer Songsar (1997)
  • Raarhbanger Golpo (1999)
  • Brittayan
  • Agunpakhi (2005)
  • Ke Banche Ke Banchay (2009)
  • Fire Jai Fire Aasi (2009)


  • Druhee Katha-shahityak Abdur Rouf Choudhury Memorial Award (2003)
  • Adamjee Sahitya Puroshkar
  • Bangla Academy Literary Award (1970)
  • Lekhok Shibir Puroshkar
  • Alaol Sahitya Puroshkar
  • Alokto Sahitya Puroshkar
  • Agrani Bank Puroshkar
  • Philips Sahitya Puroshkar
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