Bangladesh celebrated 50 years (Golden Jubilee) of its independence coinciding with the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (Mujib Barsha). In 1971, after nine months of bloody independence war, the name of Bangladesh shined on the world map. The red and green flags, which fly proudly in Bangladesh and around the world, continue to symbolize the country’s determination to resist and fight injustice. This indomitable spirit is embodied and transmitted by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Fittingly, the golden jubilee of the heroic victory coincided with the birth centenary of the greatest Bengali of all time. Hence the importance of celebrating the Suvarna Jayanti (Golden Jubilee) of our independence is immense. Elaborate and colorful programs have been undertaken to celebrate the country’s Golden Jubilee of Independence and the “Mujib Year”.
Naria Unnayan Smaity (NUSA), celebrated the “Golden Jubilee” and “Mujib Year” with due respect and solemnity. The installation of Bangabandhu Corner at Nusa Library was a part of this celebration.