Lajja (Bengali: লজ্জা Lôjja) (Shame) is a novel in Bengali by Taslima Nasrin, a writer of Bangladesh. The word lajja/lôjja means \"shame\" in Bengali and many other Indic languages. The book was first published in 1993 in the Bengali language, and was subsequently banned in Bangladesh, and a few states of India. However it sold 50,000 copies in the six months since its publication, though Taslima spent rest of her life in exile from her native Bangladesh, fearing death threats from Islamic fundamentalists. Taslima Nasrin, the writer of the book, has dedicated the book \"to the people of the Indian subcontinent\", and has announced the beginning of the book with these words: \"let another name for religion be humanism.\" The novel is preceded by a preface and a chronology of events.
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