Contents  

General: current issues, international news, home, dedication, society, people, music, women, festivals, philosophy, education, scientists, heroes religion, marriage, traitors, sexuality, poets, novelists, playwrights, actors, intellectuals, links, minority report
 
Eminent Bangalees: great Bangalees, Rabindranath, Ishwarchandra, Raja Ram Mohun Roy, Aurobindo, Jagadish, Subhash, Mujib, Taj, Ravi, Amartya, Yunus, poets, novelists, playwrights, actors, intellectuals, activists, organizers, 
 
Liberation war: 7 March, 25 March, genocide, 26 March Mujib, Taj,  Martyred intellectuals, freedom fighter, General Jacob: Cheif of Eastern Command, Pak War Criminals, collaborators, Razakars, Jamaat-e-Islam  
 
History: Ancient Bangla, Buddhist India, Arabian invasion, Turkish invasion,  Armed movement against British Imperialism, Bangla language movement (Ekushe)
 
People: Banga beauty, young beauty scientists, children, the poor, working class, middle class, mafia, bureaucrats, judges, politicos, elites, expatriate Bangladeshis, young talents,
 
Bangalee Women: Female Freedom Fighters, Preeti Lata, Ila Mitra, Rashmoni, Rokeya, Mohasweta,  Sufia Kamal, Jahanara Imam, Taslima Nasreen
 
Welfare activists: Satyen Sen, Ranesh Dasgupata, Ratan Sen, Moni Krishna Sen, Tajul,
 
Politics: Ideology, the Politicos, Bangla language movement (Ekushe), liberation war, traitors, militarism, DGFI, Zia,, Ershad, Khaleda, Jamaat-e-Islam, political dirty hands, Islamist terrorism in Bangladesh Jihadi terrorist network, Jihadi Cyber activists,  Hizbut Tahrir in Bangladesh, the Politicians: a satire by late Humayun Azad
 
Great Politicians: CR Das, MN Roy, Subhash, Muzaffar, Huq, Bhashani, Jyoti, Monisingh, Mujib, Taj, Mozaffar, 3 great  communist leaders,
 
Political parties: Awami League, NAP (B), NAP (M), CPB, BNP, JamatLeftists, Maoists, Nokshals
 
Literature: myths, folk literature, poetry, dance, theatre, films, novelists, puthi literature
 
Religion: Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Islamic thinkersThe Koran, Islamic fundamentalism, Hindutba, minority report
 
Political Islam and terrorism: Articles on Political Islam, deconstruction of Islam, Islamic Extremism in Bangladesh, Jihadi training camps, Bangla Force (JMBJ), Jihadi  activists overseas,  Al-Harmine, Hizbut Tahrir in Bangladesh, Inter Services Intelligence (ISI),  Patrons of terrorism: Gholam Azam, Nizami, Saidi, Mojahid, SAKA, Harqat-ul-Jihad, Shayakh
 
Miscellaneous: acknowledgement, Skeptic's page, readers page, Kingdom of Bin Laden (a poem)
 
Legal: Disclaimer, copyright statement
 
Bangla articles: War Criminals and Politics,
 
Bangla documents:
1. Excerpts from Prof Abu Syed's banned book Blueprint of Undeclared War ( I, II, III, IV, V, VI),
2. Operation Search light
3. Muldhara 71 by Mueeydul Hasan: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Appendix I, Appendix II

4. Killing Spree in the Dark Night of 1975
5. 500 blasts rock Bangladesh. Jamatul Mujahedin calls for Islamic Revolution. 17 Aug 2005.
6. The dark chapters of 15 August 1975 by Musa Sadik: I, II, III, IV

Title

In Bangla Mukta means 'open', 'free', 'unfettered', 'unbridled' 'unbiased' or 'uninhibited' and the word Dhara means 'stream', 'beam' or 'ray'. In this context the word Mukta is used to denote 'free thinking" or free stream of thoughts, " not in harmony with" or " a break away with" convention or tradition (post 1975 militarism, Islamic (Arabic) cultural / philosophical / ideological domination). 

So by definition this site is committed to promote pluralist, eclectic, non-conformist or even iconoclastic thoughts and ideas. Muktadhara also believes in, through open discussion and dialogue, the prospect of gradual secularization of predominantly Islamic (Arabic) culture of Bangladeshi society. Hence comes the futuristic word Dhara. Muktadhara encourages to foster a critical attitude to life. The content of Muktadhara is thus a critique of Bangla culture and society.

The title of this site Muktadhara is borrowed from our great apollonian poet, Rabindranath Tagore.
The logo of Muktadhara site " Liberty is Practice" is borrowed from Michel Foucault, 20th century French  philosopher and critique.
The site is designed and illustrated by Webmaster. The home page and the graphics are her copyright.
The motifs, images and photos are borrowed from the  national repertoire.
The textual content of the site is presented by the Muktadhara Editor (items borrowed are duly acknowledged) and is responsible for the ensuing reactions or responses, appreciation or criticism. 

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