The real name of the character is Himalay, a name given by his father. He follows a lifestyle that was instructed by his psychopathic father who wanted him to be a great man. Himu wears a yellow panjabi that does not have a pocket and lives a mostly nomadic life. He walks barefoot on the streets of Dhaka without certain destination. He does not have a job and, therefore, no source of income. He prefers the life of a beggar than that of a hard worker, often praising begging.
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Himu has searched for few days like cow searching. No, it is not for searching any cow. The focal point the problem is Badal. Eating is closed for few days.
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Ebong Himu by Humayun Ahmed