Taslima Nasrin is a Bangladeshi-Swedish writer, physician, feminist, secular humanist, and activist. She is known for her writing on women's oppression and criticism of religion. Some of her books are banned in Bangladesh. She has been blacklisted and banished from the Bengal region .She gained global attention by the beginning of 1990s owing to her essays and novels with feminist views and criticism of what she characterizes as all "misogynistic" religions. Nasrin has been living in exile since 1994. After living more than a decade in Europe and the United States, she moved to India in 2004, but was banished from the country in 2008, although she has been staying in India on a resident permit long-term, multiple-entry or 'X' visa since 2004. She now lives in New Delhi, India.
|Education||Mymensingh Medical College|
|Movement||Women's Equality, Human Rights, Freedom of Speech, Atheist, Scientism, Tolerance|
Author and former physician who published the 1993 novel Lajja about a Hindu family fighting against Muslims. She fled Bangladesh in 1994 when extremists threatened to kill her for the book and her other feminist teachings.
She was born in the town of Mymensingh to her Muslim parents Dr. Rajab Ali and Edul Ar.
She studied medicine at the Mymensingh Medical College and graduated in 1984. She became a gynecologist, then anesthesiologist.
She was later banned from India in 2008 for her same feminist teachings.
She cites Virginia Woolf as a strong influence on her work.
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● Taslima Nasrin was born on August 25, 1962 (age 59) in Bangladesh ● She is a celebrity author ● Her nationalities are Swedish, Indian, Bangladeshi● Her popular books are Lajja (1993), Meyebela, My Bengali Girlhood (1998), French Lover (2001), Phera (1994) and Revenge (2010) ● In Her career, Taslima Nasrin has achieved a Sakharov Prize, Ananda Puraskar, Simone de Beauvoir Prize, UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize● The parents of Taslima Nasrin are Edul Ara, Rajab Ali● Her spouse is Minar Mahmood (m. 1991–1992)● You can find Her website below: http://taslimanasrin.com/
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