Sherwani Family Tree
Lokman Khan Sherwani (Bengaliলোকমান খান শেরওয়ানী) was born August 14, 1910 in ChittagongBangladesh বাংলাদেশ (formerly East Pakistan, previously India). He died on August 27, 1969. He was a poet, journalist, and the provincial vice president of the All India Forward Block under its founder Subhas Chandra Bose who continued to call for the full and immediate independence of India from British rule.[1]

After the disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Lokman was imprisoned by the British authorities in 1944 at the Central Jail in Dhaka. Lokman Khan Sherwani was married to Shobnom Khanam Sherwani, (Bengaliশবনম খানম শেরওয়ানী) who was also an active member of the Forward Block..

[edit]Books and Magazine by Lokman Khan SherwaniHe authored several books including Shaobnom (Bengaliশবনম(কাব্য)) which was dedicated with poetry for Nobel Laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore’s birth day 25th Boishak, Rokkhok Vhokok Hole (Bengaliরক্ষক ভক্ষক হলে (কৌতুক নাট্য)Lokman-er-BaniBidrohi Arab (Bengaliবিদ্রোহী আরব (উপন্যাস)), Rupaiton (Bengaliরুপায়ন (গল্প)), andDamama (Bengaliদামামা (কাব্য)source

He has the credit of editing the first Bangla Magazine.

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  1. ^ [1] Books To Read site
Historical Letters

Shewani Memorial at the Chittagong City Corporation Auditorium

Articles on Lokman Khan Sherwani

Books Dedicated to Lokman Khan Sherwani

CategoriesIndian journalists | Indian politicians | 1910 births | 1969 deaths
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