Ashraf Hussain

Munshi Muhammad Ashraf Hussain (মুনশি মোহাম্মদ আশরাফ হোসেন, Sylheti: ; 1892-1965), was a Bengali poet, researcher and a collector of puthis and folk literature.wikipedia
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Sylheti Nagari

Syloti NagriSylhetiSylheti Nagari script
Munshi Muhammad Ashraf Hussain (মুনশি মোহাম্মদ আশরাফ হোসেন, Sylheti: ; 1892-1965), was a Bengali poet, researcher and a collector of puthis and folk literature.
In the 18th century, Munshi Ashraf Hussain, a researcher of Bengali folk literature, contributed immensely to Sylheti Nagari research.

Kamalganj Upazila

KamalganjShamshernagarShamsher Nagar
Ashraf Hussain was born in 1892 in the village of Rahimpur in Kamalganj Thana, Sylhet District, Assam Province, British India.

Munshi

Moonshee
Munshi Muhammad Ashraf Hussain (মুনশি মোহাম্মদ আশরাফ হোসেন, Sylheti: ; 1892-1965), was a Bengali poet, researcher and a collector of puthis and folk literature. After studying in a Qawmi Madrasah for 5 years, he earnt the title of munshi.

Puthi

puthis
Munshi Muhammad Ashraf Hussain (মুনশি মোহাম্মদ আশরাফ হোসেন, Sylheti: ; 1892-1965), was a Bengali poet, researcher and a collector of puthis and folk literature.

Sylhet region

SylhetGreater SylhetSrihatta
Ashraf Hussain was born in 1892 in the village of Rahimpur in Kamalganj Thana, Sylhet District, Assam Province, British India.

Assam Province

AssamNorth-East FrontierAssam Province (1912 - 1947)
Ashraf Hussain was born in 1892 in the village of Rahimpur in Kamalganj Thana, Sylhet District, Assam Province, British India.

Presidencies and provinces of British India

British IndiaIndiaBritish
Ashraf Hussain was born in 1892 in the village of Rahimpur in Kamalganj Thana, Sylhet District, Assam Province, British India.

Kuttab

maktabmektebmektep
He started his education in a local maktab.

Third grade

33rd GradeGrade 3
He studied in Kaliprasad Middle English School, finishing in the third grade at 1915.

Silchar

Silchar Towntown of Silchar
He passed his teacher training examination in Silchar Normal School.

Dinesh Chandra Sen

Dinesh Chandra Sen decided to include Hussain's Manipurer Ladai (or the Battle of Manipur) to his prominent work, the Eastern Bengal Ballads.

Tamgha-e-Quaid-e-Azam

Sitara Quaid-e-AzamJinnah MedalTamgha-e-Quaid-i-Azam
In 1965, the Pakistani government awarded him the Tamgha-e-Quaid-e-Azam.

Bangladesh

People's Republic of BangladeshBangladeshiBangla Desh