Despite his not being a professional psychiatrist, people come to him for psychiatric treatment because of his special interest and knowledge in parapsychology. Later he was expelled from the University. Misir Ali is intelligent and often seen solving mysteries, although never accepting money for them. He has a personal diary named unsolved, in which he writes about those mysteries not solved by him. He is dark, tall and thin but in another story it was mentioned that he is short. He always lives in a small flat with a servant.
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By profession he is a part-time lecturer of Psychology at the University of Dhaka. The author was formerly Professor of Chemistry there. It has been established he holds a Ph. D in Abnormal Psychology and has published several papers on the subject. While none of the stories have concentrated on his "day job," his colleagues and his workmates treat him with great respect, and through some of his students, the reader gets to know he is quite a powerful lecturer and rather good at what he does.
He does not have a private practice. Although a strict rationalist, Misir Ali has a special interest in the paranormal, and thereby hang the tales. Misir Ali believes that there is a rational explanation behind everything, does not believe in the supernatural, but does believe in the human capacity for making things happen and deluding ourselves and others. He reluctantly accepts cases of people claiming to be suffering from problems brought on by the paranormal, and using his logical skills and knowledge of the human psyche, provides satisfactory solutions.
Misir Ali has never been married, and the books do not hint such may happen in the near future. Though some of his female students, in particular one by the name of Nilu, who was the main character in one of the books and has recurring small appearances in the series, have expressed their interest, Misir Ali has never reciprocated the feelings.
Misir Ali was shown married to Nilu at the end of "Onno Bhubon". However the author regretted what he had done and later showed that they had never married.
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