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message 1: by Orni (new)

Orni auroni (auroni) | 3 comments None can Know himself or herself completely. How I introduce myself

message 2: by Orni (new)

Orni auroni (auroni) | 3 comments first introduce yourself

message 3: by Orni (new)

Orni auroni (auroni) | 3 comments I am Auroni, physician by profession, don't want to read,just a fakibaz, but I have to study more for my profession

message 4: by Russell (last edited Dec 31, 2007 04:06AM) (new)

Russell John (russelljohn) | 40 comments Mod
I'm in my mid 20s, and I work as a freelance IT consultant. I used to read all type of books in my childhood and teenage years, but now I only read non-fiction books, specially technology related ones.

I don't read much Bengali books except for Humayun Ahmed's ones, which I buy every year from Ekushey book fair.

message 5: by Tusher (new)

Tusher | 8 comments Hi there ajanta??
Is it some kind of interrogation...??
I would love introduce my self..
Let see....>

message 6: by Tusher (new)

Tusher | 8 comments thats nice.....
A direct.hit...
I like that.......
good work orney..>

message 7: by Tusher (new)

Tusher | 8 comments Hi, My name is tusher, I am 33 years old. I am basically a pilot..but presently little off from the track but soonest possible time I will be back on track...As for reading is concern i love
science fiction/history/mystery/thriller/adventure/etc/etc/etc..........

message 8: by Md. Ashraful (new)

Md. Ashraful Alam (shovon21) | 1 comments Hi, I am Ashraf and 27 years old. I am currently serving as teacher at BUET. I used to read all most all types of books, but now I find it difficult to manage time to read. Anyway, I love to read thriller, detective and romantic books.

message 9: by Aumee (new)

Aumee | 39 comments Hey
I'm Aumee. I'm 21 and a student. I love to read....and I also write a bit. I like fantasies and most fiction books...oh, and I'm a sucker for romance books.
P.S. Aji where the hell did u go??Why aren't you on the member list??

message 10: by Shahin (new)

Shahin (shahinbdboy) oh Comeon ...let's start...ok i am shahin ...boy from little dhaka city to redirect you to

or by blog..

I am a freelance programmer and .... _______ .... fill in the blank


message 11: by Russell (last edited Jan 16, 2008 12:43PM) (new)

Russell John (russelljohn) | 40 comments Mod
Shahin bro, please use a spell checker on your site... there are too many spelling and grammatical mistakes... you better fix them up!

Also, you're not a boy, you're a man. :S

message 12: by Happysorrowlife (new)

Happysorrowlife life (life) | 3 comments salam to all.........
i m ........23years old....student of public 4th year......

like very much.....reading book....but now cant do it 4 havent no free time....also like very much to...take a picture....mainly nature...which do all

Md. Zakir Hossain Dakua (zakirdaq) | 4 comments Hi, I am Md. Zakir Hossain and 25 years old. I am currently serving as a Software developer. I like t read all most all types of books, but now I have no longer time to read all books. But i trying to manage time. Currently i reading a book of 'Shirshendu Mukhopadhay', and some other programming book.

message 14: by Shaker (new)

Shaker Muhammad | 21 comments Hi,
I'm S.M. Shahriar & 26years old. I've completed my MSS from Economics Dept,DU.Presently serving in a private company named 'Quasem Group'. I like to read books. I love to live in the world created by every book. But now a days i'm busy with reading job related books. Hope it will be over soon. Then i'll start reading again in full swing. Now i'm reading a book of Sidney Sheldon. My basic interest is in Begali Books. Syed Mujtaba Ali is my favourite. And like any other Bengali people i like Rabindronath. I like to read romantic/comedy/travel story telling books/Economic journals etc.

message 15: by Aumee (new)

Aumee | 39 comments Hi guys.
I'd just like to say that i love the way this group is growing.
When i joined...there were exactly 5 members including myself and we were a sleepy group indeed!!
but now i see 26 members...with many of them joining in on discussions and so forth.....i request those who haven't joined to join in as well...and if you want to talk about something a new's really a lot of fun.

message 16: by Shaker (new)

Shaker Muhammad | 21 comments Hi all,
My thoughts are all most same with Aumee & Ajanta Apu. From various way i'm loving to participate in this group. I think our growth will be a sustainable one.

message 17: by Ananya (new)

Ananya Rubayat (ananya_rubayat) | 3 comments hi..i'm orchi,a student of BUET,level-2,civil engineering.
i love books!!
from fairytales to philosophy..i read anything and everything..
recently i'm addicted to paulo coelho..

message 18: by Saima (last edited Jan 26, 2008 09:42PM) (new)

Saima | 3 comments Hi... I am a new member of this club. My name is Saima. I was a student of journalism, now doing job. I love to read. like Ananya i also read fairytales to philosophy. Now I'm reading the biography of Antonio Gramsci....

message 19: by Ank (new)

Ank | 10 comments Just joined cpl of minutes back. About paulo coelho.....I read the alchemist with much anticipation of something betwn surrealism and mysticism...but alas!..I thought it is a very shallow book...may be good for the westerners who lack spirituality but not for us (i mean bangladeshis who are full of spirtualizm). i thought i have spoiled my time n money on this book.

Oh by the way...I am a male/35 working in a to read and travel and meet new ppl all around the world.

Nice to meet u all.


message 20: by Russell (new)

Russell John (russelljohn) | 40 comments Mod
Thanks to all the new members for joining in and introducing yourselves. As Ajanta apu said, please post new threads and keep this group alive!

message 21: by Aumee (new)

Aumee | 39 comments Gosh!!
it's like everyone is hibernating........
group e dhukle i feel like i have to whisper........

message 22: by Shaker (new)

Shaker Muhammad | 21 comments Aumee Apu, i'll echo what you said. I don't know why all the member have gone silent!!!!!!!! It's so wonderful around us,specially for book lovers, but we really are hibernating.

message 23: by Aumee (new)

Aumee | 39 comments We need to start a game or something........
jaate shob shomoy kichu ekta korar thaake..............

message 24: by Shaker (new)

Shaker Muhammad | 21 comments Nijeke atel vabte kemon lage ? Bhaloy..........

Hi hi.........

message 25: by Eraser113 (last edited Feb 12, 2008 10:18PM) (new)

Eraser113 | 2 comments HI there all GooD ReadeRs !!!

I am Probal,19 (well, my 20th birthday is coming!)

I am a funny friendly guy with a lot of sarcasm.

I love to read stories other than sci-fis. Basically i used to read Humayun Ahmed, but he is going through a writer's block (i think)(hope i didn't offend anyone) I like to read about real life experiences too.

My special interest is in psycolgy(but i am a BBA guy!!! oops!)

I joined GR through my friend shuaib rahman, he's a genious, and i am in this group through Ajanta apu. I want to know about all of you guys book-likings!!!!!

message 26: by Aumee (last edited Mar 17, 2008 02:07AM) (new)

Aumee | 39 comments oh brother.
has everyone fallen asleep....AGAIN?!?!?!

message 27: by Russell (new)

Russell John (russelljohn) | 40 comments Mod
:( :(

Samir(সমীর) | 1 comments Hello, I'm Samir, 24. Doing job in IT field.

Just become a member of this group. I love reading books for long, but now hardly find any time to. Wish I could get back to the day: olosh duprey suey suey ekta boi porchi...

message 29: by Russell (new)

Russell John (russelljohn) | 40 comments Mod
Thank you for joining us, Samir bro. :)

message 30: by Shamset (new)

Shamset | 6 comments subhechcha sobaike. amra nanaprokarer group baniye chintar adan-prodan korbar chesta kori.
beshir bhag i dekhi je totporotar bodole ondhokar. bangladeshe podhdhotigoto chinta ta prai nei. se kaorone, amra sokolei kothar harie jai. asha kori, ekhane kisu bhinnota pabo.

sobai bhalo thakben. amen.

shamset tabrejee

message 31: by Aumee (new)

Aumee | 39 comments Welcome to the group Sornaly!!
finally a fantasy lover that i can relate know with the number of people reading 'smart, intelligent' books these days, i was beginning to feel like a fish out of water....

message 32: by Sornaly (last edited Feb 25, 2009 02:14AM) (new)

Sornaly Fantasy to me is intellectually stimulating! Aumee you have to got to start reading the Twilight saga by Stephanie Meyers... I promise you that you will love it! I am soo excited for the fourth book (Breaking Dawn) to come out on August 2nd.... Stephanie will be coming to NYC with a band called Blue October in a special concert and book signing program. I am super excited and counting down the days until I get to meet her! But, definitely get started on reading the Twilight saga.

message 33: by Shamset (new)

Shamset | 6 comments Hi Sornaly,
First of all, I was happy to read your explanation of the name that expresses your insight. personaly, sornaly or shornali is a sweet name that also i saw in your picture.

I am very much happy that you are studying neural science that i think really interesting. i like to know about the subject more from you.

yes, reading is a journey. me too, feel jow could i live without reading!

i must advice you to read the latin american literature.

i truly enjoyed your long notes and discovered a writer inside you.

i felt honoured that you still have a feeling to read bengali literature and like to the culture of your motherland.

if you think i would be one to help you, dont hesitate to write me. its better if you write me at personal mail address:
my cell no is: 01713435301

hope to see you again.

take care


message 34: by Shamset (new)

Shamset | 6 comments hi
i dont know how aumee interprete fantasy. but i think there is a semiological value in interpreting history. there is a certain reality in fantasy, cos, we cant live without it, even if we think from the perspective of freud.

awaiting reply from sornali

message 35: by Sornaly (new)

Sornaly I guess everyone has their preference for a particular genre they tend to favor more. Ajanta I was looking at your list of books and I see several books that fall under the genre fantasy... so in a way you are a fan of fantasy; It just seems as though you have not completely admitted that to yourself...hehe

Almost all great classical literature has a protagonist dreaming of a fantasy world...Fantasy is every where! To me fantasy is that hope and dream that drives a book forward both for the plot of the story and also for the least that’s how I see it

-- Sornaly

Oh Ajanta thanks for the welcome....Maybe we should start a forum on how everyone in this group interprets genres. How one's favorite genre influences their reading? But I don't want it to be an English assignment or anything.... lets see what’s the response

message 36: by Arafat (new)

Arafat Kazi | 2 comments ami etdodin bhabtam je semiological ar freud bujhe she interpreter banan jane.

message 37: by Shamset (new)

Shamset | 6 comments onobodhanboshoto o kintu karu bhul hote paare.

message 38: by Shafiul (new)

Shafiul (shaheen) | 1 comments Tumi thhik ki bolle bujhlam na.

message 39: by Fahima (new)

Fahima Momtaj | 3 comments Hey guys,

Seems u all have fun without me. I'm Fahima, 20 yrs old (can't wait to be 21 soon), Studying B.B.A (Most boring (job!) in this world), About book; I like no Love Muhammad Jafar Iqbal's Science Fictions (he is great), now a days I'm going with Sydne Sheldon.

Anyway bye N have fun (but pls also try to remind me sometimes)

message 40: by Shamset (new)

Shamset | 6 comments hi fahima,
its boring cos it does not tell your story.
however, MJI is really a nice man, but truly he is not man of literature, but offcourse a good storyteller.

sheldon is a good thing to read in the toilet,no doubdt.

can you try with isabel allende?

message 41: by Fahima (last edited Jun 26, 2008 10:10AM) (new)

Fahima Momtaj | 3 comments Excuse me, R u insulting me?

I just tell what I like to read, it dosen't mean that you have to agree with me but you can't also blow me away like this (It's rude).

Can you be more polite in your word Pls?

message 42: by Hussain (new)

Hussain Elius (elvista) | 2 comments Sheldon _is_ crap, but meh, whatever.

message 43: by Sauharda (new)

Sauharda | 2 comments i am sauharda ! i am new , new to the world's of book,new to goodreads,.....though trying to get older soon.. haaha.. I am not a bengali, but currently in dhaka!!!(will be here for 3yrs of more),,,,

message 44: by Mayen (new)

Mayen Sabbir | 1 comments Hi, i am Mayen. I am a medical student of 5th year. i love to read books. any kind of books (from textbooks to storybooks). but i don't like exams!! and i love to read historical fictions. i am going to make my own library. and i believe you can help me with your opinions. take care. :-)
p.s. why everyone keep saying they love books but they can't find the time to read them!!

message 45: by Kharteif (new)

Kharteif | 1 comments TRUE

message 46: by Sababa (new)

Sababa | 2 comments Hey, this is Sababa..
I am one of those people who literally carry a book with me wherever I go. My parents long ago resigned trying to make me behave like a normal teenager. So every year that passes leaves me a little more "weird" i guess. Reading started out as a hobby for me but somewhere it became a parallel reality for me. It is my recluse, my private getaway. Mostly I read romance novels, but I am open to other genres as well. Unfortunately I am not familiar with a lot of Bangla novels. I mostly read Himu's stories by Humayun Ahmed. But I guess I wouldn't mind trying other authors once I am back in Bangladesh.
I am giddy to find a reader's group of Bangladesh and I am glad to be a part of this growing group! :D

message 47: by Elora (new)

Elora (fireflyejd) | 1 comments Elora, student, 16.
Teen romance reader.

message 48: by Meem (new)

Meem (boistheonlygirl) Meem, student, 16, chronic book worm. Rabid Harry Potter Fan. I can't believe there are so many Bangladeshis here who love to read too. :)

message 49: by Hussain (last edited Jun 28, 2012 12:06PM) (new)

Hussain Elius (elvista) | 2 comments Meem wrote: "Meem, student, 16, chronic book worm. Rabid Harry Potter Fan. I can't believe there are so many Bangladeshis here who love to read too. :)"

You should try
Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality. One of the best books I have ever read! I'd even go so far as to say it's better than the original.

message 50: by Meem (new)

Meem (boistheonlygirl) Elius wrote: "Meem wrote: "Meem, student, 16, chronic book worm. Rabid Harry Potter Fan. I can't believe there are so many Bangladeshis here who love to read too. :)"

You should try
Harry Potter and the Metho..."

Thanks! :) It sounds interesting. It's added to my growing To-Read list.

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