Jahanara Imam (born May 3, 1929 - Death: June 26, 1994) is a Bangladeshi writer, martyr mother, fiction, educationist and leader of anti-war campaigner of the 1971 war of liberation . His famous books are the seventy-eight days . His eldest son Shafi Imam Rumi participated in the liberation war of the country and after some successful guerilla operations, he was arrested by the Pakistani army and later became martyred brutally. After the victory, Rumi's friends, Rumi's mother, Jahanara Imam, became the mother of all freedom fighters . In the form of Rumi's martyrdom , he was conferred the title of Shaheed Janani. Jahanara Imam (nick name) was born on 3 May 1929 in Murshidabad of present-day West Bengal . He was born in a family like the conservative Bengali Muslim family in the 30's and 40's. Jahanara Imam's father Syed Abdul Ali was a deputy magistrate. Mother Syeda Hamida Begum Jahanara Imam passed the Matriculation in 1942. He passed IA from Rangpur Carmichael College in 1944 and was admitted in 1945 in Lady Brahrawan College , Kolkata . In 1947, he passed his BA from Lady Brabourne College ( University of Calcutta ). He obtained his B.D. About More..