The eighteenth demise commemoration of artist Sufia Kamal, establishing leader of Bangladesh Mahila Parishad and a pioneer of Bengali ladies’ liberation, will be seen on Monday.
Diverse social and social associations have chalked out different projects to watch the day in a befitting way, reports UNB.
Pioneers and activists of Bangabandhu Sangskritik Jote alongside noted social identities will pay tributes to the artist by setting flower wreaths at her grave at Azimpur Cemetery.
A commemoration meeting to be composed by Social Insurance Board of trustees, a stage comprising of 72 social, human rights and advancement associations, will be held at the assembly room of Bangladesh Mahila Parishad at 3:00 pm.
Sufia Kamal was likewise instrumental in naming the primary ladies’ residence of Dhaka College as Rokeya Lobby after the name of Begum Rokeya, who was her own particular motivation.
Amid the nation’s freedom war in 1971, she worked for helping ladies, who were harmed amid the war.
She additionally crusaded to bring into equity those Pakistani authorities whom the Bangladeshis considered war crooks.
Conceived on 20 June 1911, Sufia Kamal was granted the Bangla Institute Honor for Writing (1962), Lenin Centennial Celebration Decoration (1970) from the Soviet Union, Ekushey Padak (1976), Czechoslovakia Award (1986), Jatiya Kabita Parishad Honor (1995), Begum Rokeya Decoration (1996), Deshbandhu CR Das Gold Award (1996) and Freedom Honor (1997) for her works.
She inhaled her keep going on 20 November 1999.