Exploring the Splendors of Bangladesh – A Guide to Fascinating Tourism Destinations in a Mysterious and Exotic Land

my bangladesh

Bangladesh is a beautiful and unique country in the northeast of the Indian subcontinent. It shares borders with India to the west, north, and east. India has borders on all four sides except for a small border with Burma in the southeast and the Bay of Bengal in the south. Bangladesh is a small country, … Read more

BANGABANDHU SHEIKH MUJIBUR RAHMAN 

Oh dear leader  Oh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman  I did not see you But I heard your strong voice You are an all-time great. Bangladeshi went to war Against Pakistan When you called Oh, dear leader, This, we all know. Rumi, Azad, Jewel All the fighters for freedom Sacrificing their lives like warriors To give … Read more

15th & 21st of August

By: RASHID AHMED Sheikh Mujib is the largest and heaviest body Bangladesh carries in its burial. One of Humayun Azad’s statements can be utilised to express the severity and significance of the assassination of Sheikh Mujib. Numerous political assassinations have occurred throughout world history. It could happen in the future.However, the assassination of Sheikh Mujib … Read more

Rajshahi Silk: The Silk of Bengal.

Since the Middle Ages, silk has been a sophisticated material. Along with sparkling gold and priceless stones, kings and queens have decked themselves with this attire and considered it one of their most prized possessions. Silk has a reputation to live up to after being referenced in so much poetry and serving as the romantics’ … Read more

Visit Shapla (waterlily) village Satla

Water Lily Village Satla. Like a water lily kingdom. The thousands of red flowers blooming in the bill’s water seem to beat the red glow of the sun. The distance from Barisal Sadar to Satla village is 60 km. Bills of village Satla of Ujirpur upazila of Barisal are known as Shaplar (water lily) bills … Read more

My Bangladesh

my bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country that is ‘located in southern Asia. It has about 163 million people, and the official language is Bengali. The culture of Bangladesh is unique and exciting, and there are many different aspects to it. One of the most notable aspects of Bangladeshi culture is its spicy and flavorful food. In addition, … Read more

300 years of Armenians living in Dhaka: a lost nation in memory

Armenian Church

In March 2016, a picture was posted on the Facebook page called “This is Christian Armenia”. The main gate of the Armenian Church in Dhaka was seen in that picture. The caption below the photo is “Armenian Church in Dhaka”. Chris Garbiz Killian, an Armenian living in Europe, expressed surprise and commented in English, “Bangladesh? … Read more

Padma Bridge: Bangladesh on a new horizon

Padma Bridge

‘Bangladesh is an independent sovereign country. The heroic Bengali nation that can snatch its thousand-year-old dream of freedom through a long and bloody nine-month armed struggle is always indomitable and unyielding. No power in the world can stop its progress and prosperity. Proof of this is the Padma Bridge to win the dream of Bengalis. … Read more

Liberation War Museum

the Liberation War Museum

By: MD. ANWAR HOSSAIN Liberation War Museum is a rare collection of various important objects of the great liberation war of 1971. It is now a modern architectural building in Agargaon, Dhaka Built. On a private initiative, the first Liberation War Museum was inaugurated on 22 March 1996 in a rented house at Segunbagichar in … Read more

450 years old Panam Nagar

Panam Nagar

There’s silence everywhere. One or two people are on their way to the dead city. Every building in this city seems to be filled with quiet noise and unspoken history.When you look at the buildings on both sides of the street, you can’t help but think about how prosperous the city was 450 years ago. … Read more

Khadi cloth of Comilla: history and tradition

Khadi Clothes Comilla

Spinning khadi cloth is an ancient tradition in our culture. The significance of khadi attire has not diminished despite thousands of variants. On the contrary, its appeal to the people has returned to the weaving variety over time. Now, khadi is vibrant and distinct in its variety of designs. Khadi has consequently won the hearts … Read more

My Bangladesh: Part Two

My Roots | My Identity Arts And Culture Of Bangladesh Bangladesh’s art and culture blend the various civilisations that once inhabited the country. A Bangladeshi artist’s work reflects the country’s history, values, and cultural diversity. From Hindu temples like the Shona to Islamic architecture like the Jama Masjid, Asia’s largest mosque, the arts include many … Read more

Paharpur: The largest Buddhist monastery in the world

paharpur

Sompur is a town in Bihar. According to the information obtained from the discovered inscriptions, the old name is Sri Somapura-Sri-Dharmapaladeva-Mahavihara-Bhiksu Sangha. Many academics believe that this is the world’s largest Buddhist monastery. The monastery is one of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bangladesh. The Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, and the Sixty … Read more

My Bangladesh

My Bangladesh

Our younger readers who live overseas have suggested we write about Bangladesh. Although they are native Bangladesh, they know very little about Bangladesh regarding geographical location, history, and people. Therefore, we have taken this task from our next issue; we will write about different aspects of Bangladesh, including the local history of each district. However, … Read more

Pohela Boishakh 2022 In Time to Shed Our Banglahihood

Pohela Boishakh 2022

There’s Baishakhi decor, Manda-Mithai, and a Baishakhi fair inside. The spirit of the New Year Pohela Boishakh 2022 pervades the festival atmosphere. Everyone’s attention is drawn to the new year’s first day, marked by brightly coloured clothing. Bengalis feel at ease wearing red and white to celebrate Baishakh. It’s not an exception this time. Other … Read more

Tribal Hajong festival pack (mud) game

tribal hajong peoples

Rashid Ahmed ‘ha’ means soil in the Garo language, ‘Jung’ means insects or worms. They have been friends with the soil since the past. The Garos named them ‘Hajong’ after seeing their agricultural techniques. It is thought that there was no race called Hajong before. In this regard, the Hajongs say, ‘Garo gila amla naam … Read more

Amar Ekushey Boi Mela

Book Fair 2022 cover cinebuzz times

Amar Ekushey Boi Mela : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the Amar Ekushey Book Fair 2022 on February 15. As the covid situation is running, the prime minister presided over the country’s largest book fair, virtually attending the opening ceremony at the Bangla Academy from her official house, Gono Bhaban, in the afternoon. Book Fair … Read more

Santal Festival ‘Sohrai’

The Santals

The Santals are the second-largest ethnic group among the indigenous people living in Bangladesh. They prefer to call themselves “Santal”. They call each other “Har.” Har means man. The aborigines are native to Chhota Nagpur in India and the hills and vast areas of Assam. They live in Rajshahi, Natore, Naoga, Chapainawabganj, Bogra, Dinajpur, Rangpur, … Read more

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