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But such people are few. After a stint with the crime branch in Hathras in , Rai, who belongs to Ghazipur district , sought a transfer to Gautam Budh Nagar in May so he could live with his family in his Noida house. He was in the crime branch for some months after which he was posted to Surajpur police station during the tenure of former SSP Love Kumar. In July this year, he was given charge of Sector 58 police station after the suspension of his predecessor Anil Pratap Singh on bribery allegations. Senior officials in the police and administration have been in damage-control mode since the order was passed. They said the wording of the notice, singling out the minority community, had led to controversy. Earlier, those offering namaz had been given verbal instructions to not gather at the park.
If Karimunnesa's benevolent grooming made Rokeya a writer in Bengali, it was her elder brother, Ibrahim Saber, who initiated her into the world of English. Rokeya's father enforced no restrictions on the education of his sons.
Rather, he encouraged them to learn English so that they could enter the civil service. Therefore, Ibrahim Saber was sent to the prestigious St. Xavier's College in Calcutta and later to England for studies. This exposure to modern education made Ibrahim Saber supportive of female education, and he began to teach English to his little sister, Rokeya. But since their father was opposed to it, their lessons could take place only in secret, after the family had gone to sleep.
In this regard, Shamsun Nahar Mahmud recollects that only after the family had gone to bed, the brother and sister would sit with their books under a candle and while the brother would teach, the sister would drink the nectar of knowledge to her fill. It is remarkable that Rokeya, who learnt English under such trying circumstances, later took it up as a creative medium and wrote her most famous piece, Sultana's Dream, as well as several other prose pieces and letters, in it.
It was made possible only due to the warm-hearted tutoring of her brother, whom she acknowledges in several places in her writing.
In an appreciation of her brother's benevolent role in her life, she once commented: I have never stepped inside a girls' school or any school or college; whatever education I have acquired is owing to my brother's infinite love and mercy. All my other relatives, instead of giving any encouragement, would taunt and ridicule my efforts for education. Yet I never gave up. Brother too never felt disappointed by the scornful remarks from others and stopped teaching me.
Another person who actively helped in fructifying Rokeya's nascent talents as a writer was her husband, Khan Bahadur Syed Sakhawat Hossain, who married the sixteen-year old Rokeya as his second wife in Sakhawat Hossain was England-returned like Ibrahim Saber, and progressive like him.
Although Sakhawat Hossain was from Bihar, he learnt Bengali when he came to Hoogly College for his undergraduate studies, and supported his wife's literary activities in the language. After her marriage, Rokeya moved to Bhagalpur, Bihar and lived there with Sakhawat and his family for fourteen years.
It was during this period that her literary career began to flourish. She began to publish in various magazines and periodicals, and also brought out her first two books, Motichur, Vol. I and Sultana's Dream , while still in Bhagalpur. Rokeya's marriage with Sakhawat was a happy one, as the latter actively supported her literary activities and even became her ardent champion.
However, Rokeya never found fulfilment as a wife and mother, as the two baby daughters she gave birth to both died early, one at the age of five months and the other at four months. An acute diabetic, Sakhawat's health also began to fail.
He realised that after his death the motherless Rokeya would become extremely lonely in life, and knowing that Rokeya's heart was in women's education, he bequeathed herRs. Sakhawat passed away at a hospital in Calcutta in , and Rokeya began the school in Bhagalpur with only five students. But since things didn't work out with Sakhawat's daughter by his first marriage, with whom she shared Sakhawat's ancestral home, she moved to Calcutta in and began the school there anew in Rokeya has left behind five books and scores of uncollected essays, stories, poems and letters, both in Bengali and English.
Her books are: Motichur, Vols. The recurrent theme in her writing is women's education, women's empowerment and women's emancipation. Rokeya believed that women were as good as men, if not better. However, being protracted victims of a vile and vicious Indian patriarchy that harkened back to the days of Laws of Manu or Manava Dharma Shastra, or even before that, they had been systematically deprived of all opportunities in life, and rendered ignorant, timid and subservient to men.
No other creature in the animal world is destitute like us. Everyone has a home, only we don't. Perhaps even a pet dog or a cat doesn't die without treatment.
Do you know who that lowliest creature in India is? It is the Indian women…. There are people also who feel for animals, so we see animals' rights groups everywhere. If a dog is hit by a car, we hear an outcry in the Anglo-Indian media. But there is not a single soul in the whole of the subcontinent to mourn for incarcerated women like us.
The only solution to this abysmal condition of women was for women to rise up and vigorously resist their social entrapment and enslavement. They should not compromise for anything less than equality, because men and women are like two sides of the body of society, like the two wheels of a carriage, and if they are not in sync with one another, the society will cease to move forward, and the carriage will collapse from a lack of balance.
Besides, women are mothers, and if the mothers have no education or self-esteem, how can their children be strong and intelligent? In Sultana's Dream, a feminist utopia, Rokeya takes a leap forward to show what might happen in future when the playing field is more even for women. It is also morally and intellectually advanced, with no crime, violence, warfare, or hideous oppression of women in the name of religion.
In fact, the people of this dreamland care for no religion; their only guiding principles are love and truth.
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