In a captivating kaleidoscope of images, Bible of Love and Obscurity takes us on a journey deep into the recesses of the senses and the mind. Confronting themes of love, injustice, the beauty of nature and the acute pain of war and oppression, the reader is seamlessly conducted through a range of emotions, from the sensual and intimate through melancholy and solitude to the combative and defiant. Zillur Rahman Shuvro gives himself licence to ‘flow like a reckless fountain' and sheds light on the heart of the human condition. With a powerful voice in seeking to expose evil's true face, he lays bare urban decay and ugliness with stark precision. Yet a soothing moonlit oasis and moments of warm sensuality provide a compelling and alluring backdrop to mankind's perplexing daily struggle.
Zillur Rahman Shuvro was born on 10th October, 1964 in a backward village, under Naogaon district to the north of Bangladesh. He is the fourth among five brothers and one sister. He grew up in that village.
Shuvro completed Secondary School from Gayeshpur Bilateral High School and Higher Secondary from Naogaon Govt. University College. Later on he graduated from Dhaka University. His father was a farmer and died in the liberation period, 1971. His mother was an ordinary housewife and she has also passed away. At present he is working as a senior officer at BDBL Bank.