Amar Dekha Noya Chin: Bangabandhu's creative journey in a ground-breaking graphic novel

Amar Dekha Noya Chin: Bangabandhu's creative journey in a ground-breaking graphic novel

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In an innovative blend of art and history, the graphic novel “Amar Dekha Noya China” (The New China as I Saw) vividly portrays the myriad challenges faced by Bangladesh's founder Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Radwan Mujib Siddiqui, trustee of the Center for Research and Information (CRI) and grandson of Bangabandhu, shared insights into the graphic novel, revealing how it reflects the constant obstacles faced by the Father of the Nation.

During an interview for a documentary, Radwan Mujib highlighted the struggle to convey information to the tech-savvy younger generation and how the graphic novel bridges this gap by speaking their language.

He recalled his childhood curiosity about his grandfather's lack of comics, which planted the seed for the project. As an adult, taking advantage of an opportunity from working on Bangabandhu's unfinished autobiography, he proposed creating a graphic novel to his mother and aunt, who gave him their blessing.

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