Enayet Mowla, living a peaceful family life in the Southern port-city of Chittagong, couldn’t remain a bystander when the war of liberation of Bangladesh began in March, 1971. His skill in hunting provided him with expertise in handing weapons, and his courage and commitment made him a great support of the young freedom fighters. His home ‘Kakoli’ in the city became a hide-out and center of resistance. Enayet Mowla not only witnessed the days of liberation war, he actively took part in the struggle and thereby is the right person to tell the story of the nation’s struggle in human terms. He is living in the US since 2004 and felt the strong urge to render his experience in English so that the new generation of expatriate Bangladeshi can learn about the days of courage and sacrifice of their forefathers who went through the trial of fire to gain independence for the nation. This is the story of a person which depicts the birth of a nation, the tragic and heroic story of Bangladesh.
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