Ahmed Sofa is one of the well-known Bangladeshi authors who reflects a holistic approach to understanding the social dynamics through his writings. He was born on June 30, 1943, in Chattogram. The noticeable fact about sofa’s writing is that they are primarily derived from personal experience. It involves sociological issues, the then politics, history, etc. His “Bangali Musalmaner Man’ is an incredible piece of art that deals with the Muslim people’s identity. Sofa’s works brought fresh air to the writing structure that nobody could attempt before. Some of his famous novels are ‘Surjo Tumi Sathi’, Omkar’, ‘Ardhek Nari Ardhek Ishvari’, ‘Maranbila’, etc., whereas some notable essays are ‘Rajnitir Lekha’, ‘Bangladesher Rajnoitik Jotilata’, ‘Jagrata Bangladesh’, ‘Sipahi Yuddher Itihas’. Sofa died on July 28, 2001.