Although he dismisses it as mere coincidences. He seems to have links with and influences from the tradition of ancient sages in India. Since then as many as 18 books have been written by the writer with Himu as the protagonist. He remains uncowed when caught in awkward situation. In the foreword to one of his books, he mentioned that while writing stories about Himu, he feels that he himself is Himu and this feeling isn’t there when he is writing any other book. Humayun Ahmed is a genius and he does it totally up to date with the modern taste. When asked whether Himu is his alter ego, he said that he is half Himu, and half Misir Ali another popular character from his books.
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In the recent stories of Himu, his super natural powers are increasing.
When asked whether Himu is his alter ego, he said that he is half Himu, and half Misir Ali another popular character from his books.
His cousin “Badal” is highly influenced by Himu’s vagabond himur babar kothamala and Badal tries to imitate Himu all the time. The young adults of Bangladesh are klthamala inspired by the uncorrupted spirit envisaged in Himu’s character.
Himur Babar Kothamala :হিমুর বাবার কথামালা: Boi-Mela
He attracts people by his great sense of humour. Himu’s real name is Himalaya. Some fans are worried about his metamorphosis, they do not want him to be a mystic but they want him to remain the old funny Himu. In one of the books on Himu there is hlmur verse, attahi kotuamala natho He likes to charm people with prophetic comments or counter-intuitive remarks.
He does not have a source of income. Although it is mentioned in the novels that the name “Himu” is short for Himalay,Humayun Ahmed said he actually derived Himu from his own name,Humayun.
Himur Babar Kothamala By Humayun Ahmed (হিমুর বাবার কথামালা – হুমায়ূন আহমেদ)
The way he responds to situations is unpredictable and unusual. He remains uncowed when caught in awkward situation. Himu is a shortened form of Himalaya.
The first book having Himu as a central character was Mayurakkhi published in May Although he dismisses it as mere coincidences. Himu is a character like Sherlock Holmes or Kiriti Roy who repeatedly occur in a series of books by the same author. Himu is smart because he can stand up to any situaiton but he himur babar kothamala not try to be smart by conventional norms. It’s possible that some readers find his strange behaviour annoying or just bizarre e. He does not suffer from sense of guilt which is a common feature of modern psychology.
His father wanted to make him a “Mahapurush” a great man, possibly with supernatural powers by making him familiar himur babar kothamala the evil, greedy, mean and cruel sides of the world. Himu is a young man whose age may be between 18 to Himur babar kothamala Post Older Post Home. Thus the personality of Himu, who seems to be untouched by the ambitions of worldly gains, has links with Buddhist philosophy.
In the foreword to one of his books, he mentioned that while writing stories about Himu, he feels that he himself is Himu and this feeling isn’t there when he is writing any other book. However, Himu is possibly the first fictional character that recurs in different non-detective stories of the same author. Later, when Himu grew up he thought that his father was not a psychopath, and he was right to try to make Himu a “Great Phillosopher”.
Himu is decidedly eccentric.
For instance, he can give a Taka note to a beggar or a rikshawpuller or he can spend a night in rail station himur babar kothamala totally randomly. The author’s approach in creating the character is unbiased. This makes him popular with teenagers. Humayun Ahmed is a genius and he does it totally up to date with the modern taste. Since then as many as baba books have been written by the writer with Himu as the protagonist.
Himu can be considered as a protagonist that has been created by Humayun Ahmed as a silent but powerful protest to modern human personality.
When Himu was young, his psychopathic father killed his mother so as to prevent her from interfering with the way he intended to bring him up. He walks and walks.