He studied Economics in Central Calcutta College (presently Maulana Azad College).
He is especially known for his satirical sense of humour. He lived in Kolkata in the Indian state of West Bengal till his death on August 25, 2007. He had his schooling in Bangladesh where he passed his matriculation from Bindubasini High English School.
In 1951, he came to Calcutta to attend college.
Foreign a time he taught in a school in Habra in North 24Parganas. Apart from numerous short stories and essays (mostly satirical), he wrote many poems as well.
His first collection of poems, "Tomar Pratima" was published in 1960. He also wrote several short shorties commemorating his childhood days spent in East Bengal (Bangladesh).
Among his most important works are novel like and travelogue like Neel Digante Tokhon Magic.
He died on 25 August 2007. He was suffering from renal failure for the last few months.
He was so enthusiastic about writing, that it was reported that he even wrote several pieces from his hospital.