Mobarak Hossain Khan is a Bangladeshi music researcher and writer. He was born in one of the music families of the subcontinent. He is the Director General of Bangladesh's Betar and Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy of Independence . For his contribution to music in 1986, the government of Bangladesh issued by the awarded , in 1994, the Independence Day Award was awarded, and 00 Bengali Academy of the Bengali Academy Award was awarded.Mobarak Hossain was born on 27 February 1938 in a music family of the village of Shibpur in Nabinagar upazila of Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh (now Bangladesh ) of Bengal Presidency (now Bangladesh ) of British India . His father, Ustad Aayet Ali Khan, is a renowned classical musician and mother, Umar Un-Nesa. His uncle Ostad Alauddin Khan is a renowned musician of the subcontinent. Among the six siblings, Mobarak is the youngest. Abed Hossain Khan and Bahadur Hossain Khan , renowned musicians of his elder sisters, Ambia, Kohinoor, and Razia and two elder brothers . Mobarak Hossain started his career as a producer of Bangladesh Betar Program on October 20, 1962. After that he served as the Director General of Wireless for 30 years. He wrote several books on About More..