Kazi Abdul Wadud (Bengali: কাজী আবদুল ওদুদ) (26 April 1894 – 19 May 1970) was a Bengali author. He championed the Buddhir Mukti Andolon.
LifeKazi Abdul Odud was born in 1894 at his mother's village Jagannathpur in the district of Nadia(now Kushtia). His father's name is Kazi Syed Hossain and his home is at the village Bagmara of the district Faridpur.
He passed entrance from Dhaka Collegiate School
He passed B.A. from Presidency College, Calcutta in 1917.
In 1919 he got an M.A. in Economics from Calcutta University.
He was appointed a lecturer of Bangla at Dhaka Intermediate College in 1920.
He died in 1970 in Calcutta.
Kazi Abdul Odud was a faithful muslim as well as a Bengali by heart. He didn't accept the state Pakistan from heart. He permanently moved to Calcutta after the birth of Pakistan and never visited East Pakistan(now Bangladesh) again.
Throughout his life he championed the freedom of thought.
BibliographyKazi Abdul Odud wrote many books. His books represent the diversity of his interest.A brief bibliography follows:b
- Kabiguru Göethe ( vols. 1 & 2)
- Shashwata Banga
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