Translated by activist-writer Anchita Ghatak, the 20th anniversary edition of Lajja by Penguin is an updated one. Taslima Nasreen is a Bangladeshi argued, the anti-traditional and feminist writer. Lajja Book Review.

Download PDF or Read Online. The book was first published in 1993 in Bengali and was subsequently banned in Bangladesh. Lajja has a total of 33 edition. Tutul Gupta translates Lajja to English. International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature (IJSELL) In the novel, she presents a cross – section of Bangladeshi society after twenty years Lajja is the magnum opus of Taslima Nasrin in which she adresses a largeLajja is a most popular (Famous) book of Taslima Nasrin. Taslima Nasrin practiced as a government Lajja By Taslima Nasreen is one of the famous novels by Taslima Nasreen. Marking the twentieth anniversary of the controversial novel Lajjaa fresh English translation of the Bengali work by feminist author Taslima Nasreenn has now been published. Lajja may refer to: Lajja, a 1993 novel by Taslima Nasrin; Lajja, an Indian Hindi social drama film; Lajja, a Telugu language historical romance film; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Lajja. Text: English (translation) Original Language: Bengali. Lajja was published in 1993. About the Author. She is struggling for secular humanism. Lajja (Bengali: লজ্জা Lôjja) (Shame) is a novel in Bengali by Taslima Nasrin, a writer of Bangladesh.The word lajja/lôjja means "shame" in Bengali and many other Indo-Aryan languages. LAJJA NOVEL PDF - Editorial Reviews. Language Notes.