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Jamdani Sharee Mysterious history of fashion

Jamdani Sharee is the deluxe muslin textiles fashioned in Dhaka city of Bangladesh for centuries. The historical Jamdani sharee was patronized by the Mughal emperors Under BC. the jamdani and the muslin industries hurriedly declined because of colonial importing policies and affected textile. Now a days the iamdani sharee has witnessed a renovation in Bangladesh.

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International MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY 21 February

21 February is the International Mother Language Day in the world. The event began being observed from 21 February 2000 throughout the world to commemorate the martyrs who sacrificed their lives on this day in Dhaka in 1952. International Mother Language Day International Mother Language Day was introduced by the UNESCO in recognition of the

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Banarasi Shari in Banarasi Palli handloom heritage of Bangladesh

The traditional but elegant Banarasi Shari have long been a proud possession of almost any woman's wardrobe. Marriages in Bangladesh are unthinkable without Benarasi sarees. This wedding attire brings to mind gorgeous sarees studded with motifs of gold adding grace to the radiant bride. The Benarasi sarees have been immensely popular among women since the Mughal

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Winter in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh winter days are not wintry days. Winter in Bangladesh is pleasant, eagerly awaited and planned for. The autumn season passes off almost unnoticed in this country. But if nature had shortchanged us in one way, she has compensated by giving a balmy buoyant winter. The Bengali month of Kartik, that is early winter,

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Bangladesh Currency – Taka

The Taka is the official currency of Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, the symbol t (or Tk, in English) is used to represent taka. The word is derived from the Sanskrit tanka, an ancient denomination of silver coin. The term taka was widely used in different parts of India but with varying meanings. In north India, taka

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List of Political Parties in Bangladesh

AL - Awami League; BDB - Bikalpadhara Bangladesh; BIF - Bangladesh Islami Front; BJP - Bangldesh Jatiya Party; BKA - Bangladesh Khelafat Andolan; BKM - Bangladesh Khelafat Majlish; BKP - Bangladesh Kalyan Party; BKSJL - Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Janata League; BML - Bangladesh Muslim League; BNAP - Bangladesh National Awami Party; BNP - Bangladesh Nationalist

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List of Former Prime Ministers of Bangladesh

Peoples Republic of Bangladesh is a Parliamentary Democratic Country. The Prime Minister is the head of the Government. Since the independent in 1971, Bangladesh got 12 Prime Ministers in her 45 years.  The first prime minister of Bangladesh was took office on December 15, 1971. See Present Prime Minister of Bangladesh Who was the First

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Bangladesh Forest resources

USAID's climate change activities in Bangladesh seek to improve energy sector performance through efficient energy and renewable energy use, and to improve management of natural resources such as water and tropical forests. The USAID Mission's environment program has strengthened the capacity of the Bangladesh government and local non-governmental organizations to carry out these improvements. USAID's

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Energy, mineral and power in Bangladesh

In the world in which we live today, nothing gets done without switching on the electricity and that is why it's called "power", a term basically used in physics and political science but which is now increasingly used in everyday life to denote the availability or non-availability of electricity. Fuels which run the machines which

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Earthquake in Bangladesh – Basic to survive

Earthquake in Bangladesh: Earthquake occurs because of the movement of the surface of the Earth and various changes in soil layers. Most earthquakes are so faint that they can be detected with only sensitive instruments. The Earth under our feet trembles, buildings collapse causing deaths and injuries, inducing fires, producing floods from collapsed dams and

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