With various creative activities related to school life. He joined the group theater movement as a student of Dhaka University. During this time he also became involved in the printing and publishing industry as an amateur. Within a few years of obtaining a master’s degree from the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, a new journey began in January 1997 with the editing and publication of the fortnightly ‘Another Day’. The following year, he began searching for excellence in creative publishing. Professionalism in publishing books and applying modern techniques of printing and marketing, it attracts everyone’s attention in a short time. Almost all the books of Humayun Ahmed, the most popular author in Bengali language, have been published for more than a decade, resulting in a fancy pairing, author-publisher pairing. Has been writing for two decades.
The number of his original books is 6. These include the storybook ‘Story of Incident or Accident’ and ‘Room Number Thirty-two’, the travelogue ‘Nine Nights with Humayun Ahmed’, ‘Sixteen Centuries Ago: In the Land of the Lightning Dragon’ and ‘Gangtake Gandakal in Darjeeling’ and the memoirs’ Humayun Ahmed’s Other . There are nine edited books including ‘Anisuzzaman: Deepra Manisha’ and ‘Sansar with pen of Syed Shamsul Haque’. There are also artistic walks on the small screen. His five TV dramas, a telefilm and a 55-episode drama series have received critical acclaim. He is the former President of Bangladesh Knowledge and Creative Publishers Association, Vice President of Asia Pacific Publishers Association and the current President of Dhaka Metropolitan Committee of Bangladesh Book Publishers and Sellers Association. He won the City Bank Anand Alo Sahitya Puraskar and the Prothom Alo Sahitya Puraskar in West Bengal, India. He is survived by his wife Tanzina Rahman Swarna and two sons Amiya Mazhar and Anboy Mazhar.