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Ummey Salma Raaya, also known as Raaya, is a talented Bangladeshi author and poet born on 8th September, 2004 in Bagerhat, Khulna, Bangladesh. Despite her young age, Raaya has already made a significant impact on the literary world with her powerful writing and her passion for social justice. She is best known for her protest poetry, which is both thought-provoking and impactful. Through her writing, Raaya seeks to raise awareness about the injustices faced by marginalized communities and to inspire change. Her work has been widely praised for its honesty, depth, and emotional impact, and she is widely regarded as one of the most promising voices in contemporary Bangladeshi literature.

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Sadhinota Ki Etoi Sohoj
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Ami Poth-shishu Bolchi
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