Tyranny has no words, it has sounds of pain and suffering, it has roaring of cruel hyenas, it has echoes of screaming of witches, and finally, it deserves no words to describe. This book will provide a vivid description a nation’s culture and how this culture is denied and categorically disacknowledged by a brutal regime of Myanmar. Rohingyas have their centuries old culture and traditions mixed with Hindu, Muslim and Buddhists people; in terms of language, they have received linguistic elements from Arabic, Persian, Sangskrit, Pali, Bangla, Burmese, Rakhine, and English; in terms of culture, they received elements from Hindu, Muslims, Arabs, Afghans, Indians, Rhkhines, Burmese, Buddhists, Chittagonians, and so on; so they are emotionally and culturally a very rich nation. I tried to flash a beacon on the culture of this ill-fated nation.
Nurul Mostafa Kamal Zafari
Nurul Mostafa Kamal Zafari has a lot of enthusiasm for literature, history, politics, and his own mother tongue Chittagonian language. He works with Handicap International, Danish Refugee Council, USAID and Norwegian Refugee Council as an education in emergency (EiE) professional.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Rohingya Education, Cultural Education, Rohingya History, Education in Emergencies, Culture Sensitive Education
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