Tareq Salahuddin is like a tourist without a camera in this world. So, he is a life-long (need based) learner.
He graduated from Sir Salimullah Medical College and Mitford Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh. But before his graduation, he got involved with professional life with The Independent (a newspaper published from Bangladesh owned by Beximco group); then he worked for The Daily Star; Save the Children; AB Foundation; Safety Assistance For Emergencies (SAFE); Beacon of Light, UK; HEAL India; UNDP (A2I Project); ILO; WaterAid Bangladesh; InnerPower; Dhaka Urban Comprehensive Eye Care Project (DUCECP) funded by Seeing is Believing project of Standard Chartered Bank and technically assisted by Sightsavers International; UNDP (UPPR Project); Unicef; Worldvision; Shiree and so on …
He is a self motivated, co-operative team player and he takes challenge positively. Now he works as a communications professional. His future plan is to work in the field of public health through development sector. He lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh with his family.
Tareq loves to work as a graphics designer, web developer and photographer. He has developed a number of websites. He has a photography blog – Beyond Beautiful Bangladesh – to introduce the natural beauty of Bangladesh to the outer world.
He loves music and traveling across the world. Computer is his passion, love or whatever you can say. He is truly an tech-savvy person.
Over the time, Tareq Salahuddin has been established as a contemporary Bangla poet. He started writing from his higher secondary school level, but started writing professionally since 2009. His first poetry book “অপার্থিব জোছনার কাব্য” was published by Jagriti Progashony in February 2013 on the eve of Ekushey book fair organized by Bangla Academy. He has a poetry blog that contains all his poetry chronologically.
He is available on his mobile phone @ +8801730095592.
About his family
Tareq got married on November 11, 2004. His wife Dr Israt Jahan is a physician. She was a student of Rajshahi Medical College, batch 40. Her home district is Sirajgonj (Shahzadpur).
They have one son, Ishraq-e-Mumtaheen (Shuddho). He was born on August 18, 2005.
Tareq’s mother works at Janata Bank and lives with his younger brother Ahmed Sifat-e-Rabbi (Mukut) at Mirpur, Dhaka.