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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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Map of Bangladesh – Division and District Maps

The total area of Bangladesh is 56,977 square miles (1,48,393 square kilometer). In 2011, the estimated population of the country was 142,319,000. In the Map of Bangladesh, 8 divisions and districts are showing  separately.  Bangladesh is a sovereign state & join its borders with India from west, north, east sides except for Mayanmer in the

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The peoples republic of Bangladesh – Districts Portal

The peoples republic of Bangladesh is an independent country located in the north-eastern part of South Asia .  The mountain Himalayas stand some distance from Bangladesh to the north, and in the south lays the Bay of Bengal. West Bengal province of India on the west and in the east lie the hilly & forested area of

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Art and Culture of Bangladesh

Government and non-government organizations like Nazrul Institute, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Bangla Academy , Fine arts Institute, Chhayanat etc. dedicating huge role to flourish Bangladesh art & culture to provide encouragement in  music, drama, traditional dance, recitation, art, etc. Many other cultural organizations are also popularizing Bangladeshi art and culture. Cinemas & Theaters Sports Museum Academy Music Literature Festival Painting Drama Dance

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Bangabandhu satellite -1 of Bangladesh

Bangabandhu Satellite -1 (BS-1)  was launched on May 11, 2018 operated by  Bangladesh Communication Satellite Company Limited (BCSCL). Bongobondhu Satellite -1 manufactured by Thales Alenia Space duration of Mission is 15 years. Bangladesh own first satellite orbital location is 119.1° East longitude which was launched  from Florida, USA.  Bongobondhu Satellite 01 was sent by Rocket Falcon 9

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National Game of Bangladesh – Kabaddi

Kabaddi is the national game of Bangladesh, kabaddi is played by two teams of 12 players each on a 12.50 metre X 10.0 metre rectangular court in which a player while holding his breath, raid into the opponent team's area, touches one or some players and/or wrestles out to come back his own area safely

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Hilsa National Fish of Bangladesh | Ilish life and Breeding

Hilsa fish or ilish fish any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes, scientific Species Tenualosa ilisha. Bangla name is Ilish, the Hilsa national fish of Bangladesh. Ilish fish body is strongly compressed & moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw of Hilsha fish has

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Water Lily – Shapla Flower : National flower of Bangladesh

Water Lily - shapla flower an aquatic plant of the genus Nymphaea which has large, disk-like, floating leaves and showy flowers. There are about 50 species growing in different countries. In Bangladesh there are two species: N. nouchali (blue variety) and N. pubescens (white variety).   Water Lily grows in the soil under the water

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Tipaimukh Dam: An alarming venture

Prof Mustafizur Rahman Tarafdar TIPAIMUKH dam located in Monipur state of India, by all definitions falls into the category of a large high head [162m] dam.Though learnt to be a hydel power project for generation of 1500 MW electricity, it will definitely work as a flood control dam for Monipur and the neighbouring Mizoram state

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National Anthem of Bangladesh

Bangladesh National Anthem : Amar Shonar Bangla Ami tomae Bhalobashi English: My Golden/beloved Bengal Lyrics: Rabindranath Tagore, 1906 Music: Rabindranath Tagore, 1906 Adopted as Bangladesh Anthem: 1972 Bangla  Amar Shonar Bangla Amar shonar Bangla, Ami tomae bhalobashi. Chirodin tomar akash, Tomar batash, Amar prane bajae bãshi. O ma, Phagune tor amer bone Ghrane pagol kôre,

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Magpie Robin – National Bird of Bangladesh

Magpie Robin – National Bird of Bangladesh

Magpie-robin (doel) black-and-white bulbul-sized, long-tailed bird, Copsychus saularis, of the family Muscicapidae, order Passeriformes. The bird has been designated as the national bird of Bangladesh. The upper part of the male is glossy blue-black, its wings are blackish brown with a prominent long white patch; throat and breast are blue-black; the rest of its underparts

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Jackfruit – National Fruit of Bangladesh

Jackfruit (kathal) a large fruit of a milky-juice tree, Artocarpus heterophyllus, of family Moraceae. The fruit, botanically named sorosis, is a modification of the entire pistillate catkin and contains 100-500 large, oily seeds. The edible, pulpy part represents the parianth. It is the national fruit of Bangladesh.   Jackfruit trees are seen throughout Bangladesh but

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Royal Bengal Tiger

Royal Bengal Tiger - bagh one of the biggest living felines on earth, has a place with family Felidae, request Carnivora. The Royal Bengal Tiger - Panthera tigris is perceived as the national creature of BANGLADESH & is eminent as the Royal Bengal Tiger. Its body is rich yellow to rosy ochre in shading with vertically

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Independence Day of Bangladesh : National Day

49th Independence day of Bangladesh 2019 : Bangladesh is celebrating 49th independence day and National Day on 26 March 2019. President of Bangladesh Md Abdul Hamid and PM Sheikh Hasina placed wreaths in the early morning as a mark of profound respect to the memories of the martyrs of Heros of Bangladesh freedom fight in 1971.

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Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban – National Assembly of Bangladesh

Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban is the National Assembly Building of Bangladesh, located in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar of Dhaka. It was created by architect Louis I. Kahn and is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world for all parliamentary activities of Bangladesh. Architecture and design Louis Kahn designed the entire Jatiyo Sangsad complex, which includes lawns, lake

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Bangladesh Army – history rank commission peace keeping mission

The Bangladesh Army or Shena Bahini is the land troops of the Military of Bangladesh. Army was formed on April 15, 1971 following the oath of the Bangladesh Government at Meherpur of Kushtia during Independence War of Bangladesh. In the beginning Bangladesh Army consisting of Bengali soldiers and Officer who left from the Pakistan Army.

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Bengali Calendar

The Bengali calendar (Bangla Shôn) or Bangla calendar is a traditional solar calendar used in Bangladesh. The year begins on Pôhela Baishakh, which falls on 14 April. Bengali calendar is used in and India's eastern states of West Bengal, Assam and Tripura The Bengali year is always 593 less than the year in the Gregorian

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About Bangladesh Navy

The Bangladesh Navy originally under Bangladesh Forces was created during the Bangladesh War of Independence in 1971 against Pakistan. Its official creation was established in July 1971 during the historic Bangladesh Sector Commanders Conference 1971. In 1971, with West Pakistan imposing a military rule in East Pakistan, the Bangladesh War of Independence also known as

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About Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB)

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) is a paramilitary force in Bangladesh. Mainly associated with guarding the borders of the country, this force is known by the Bangladeshi as "The Vigilant Sentinels of Our National Frontier". The British had first organized the Ramgarh Local Battalion in 1795 by recruiting the native population. The battalion was succeeded by

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About Bangladesh Air Force

The Bangladesh Air Force (Bangladesh Biman Bahini in Bangla), is the tactical and strategic air branch of the Bangladesh Armed Forces. It also provides air support for ground troops. Bangladesh Air Force consists of more than 22,000 personnel including 3,200 officers of whom around 500 are General Duty Pilots. Bangladesh Air Force was officially formed

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Judicial system of Bangladesh

Legal and judicial system of Bangladesh owes its origin mainly to two hundred years British rule in the Indian Sub-Continent although some elements of it are remnants of Pre-British period tracing back to Hindu and Muslim administration. It passed through various stages and has been gradually developed as a continuous historical process. The process of

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Climate of Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon type climate with a hot & rainy summer and a dry winter. January is the coolest month with temperatures averaging near 26 deg C (78 d F) and April the warmest with temperatures from 33 to 36 deg C (91 to 96 deg F).  Most places of Bangladesh receive more

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Rapid Action Battalion – RAB

RAPID ACTION BATTALION FORCES was formally emerged on 26 March 2004. This force started its operational journey from 14 April 2004. The capabilities of RAB forces are: 1. Internal security duties. 2. Recovery of unauthorized arms, ammunitions, explosives and such other articles. 3. Apprehension of armed gangs of criminals. 4. Assisting other law enforcing agencies

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Geography of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a green low-lying, riverine, delta plain country located in South Asia with a largely forests and coastline of 710 kilometers (440 mi) on the northern of the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh formed by a delta plain at the confluence of the Ganges (Padma), Brahmaputra (Jamuna), and Meghna Rivers and their tributaries,  alluvial soil

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Agriculture in Bangladesh

Agriculture is the single largest producing sector of Bangladesh economy since it comprises about 30% of the country's GDP and employs mare than 60% of the total labour force. Most Bangladeshis earn their living from agriculture. Rice is Bangladesh's principal crop.  Jute was considering  golden fibre of Bangladesh but now a days getting less importance

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Economy of Bangladesh

The economy of Bangladesh is constituted by that of a developing country. Its per capita income in 2008 was US$1389 lower than the world average of $10,497. According to the gradation by the International Monetary Fund, Bangladesh ranked as the 48th largest economy in the world in 2008, with a gross domestic product of US$224,889

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Forestry in Bangladesh

Forestry in Bangladesh: Wood is the main fuel for cooking in the villages of Bangladesh. It is not surprising that population pressure has had an adverse effect on the indigenous forests. By 1980 only about 16 percent of the land was forested, and forests had all but disappeared from the densely populated and intensively cultivated

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After liberation, it’s education

Rock legend Harrison's wife comes to Dhaka with another mission Forty years ago he had made Bangladesh indebted to him through staging the Concert for Bangladesh.He died ten years ago at 58. But even ten years after his death, the world's one of the biggest rock icons George Harrison's legacy has returned to Bangladesh in

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Birds of Bangladesh

There are many beautiful birds in Bangladesh. We wake-up in the morning by hearing sweet songs of different birds.  There are 466 species of birds living in Bangladesh, of which 12 are rare. There are different types of birds in Bangladesh. The birds of Bangladesh are different in size, color and habit.  Many guest birds

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Quest for peace and light marks Pahela Baishakh

The nation on Tuesday (April 14) welcomed Bangla New Year 1416 with a renewed vow to establish an enlightened society free from hostilities, darkness, exploitation and all sorts of narrowness.   In the morning on the day, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina exchanged New Year’s greetings with the members of her cabinet, leaders and workers of

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Flowers of Bangladesh

We love flowers for its beauty. There are many flowers in Bangladesh. It is called land of flowers. Many kinds of flowers bloom in Bangladesh all the year round. Flowers are available in every district of Bangladesh. There are different kinds of flowers in Bangladesh. Flowers are different in size, shape, color and smell. Name

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Rivers of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country of Rivers. There are big or small rivers almost in every district of Bangladesh. Big rivers are the Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna. The Buriganga, the Sitalakshya, the Dhaleswari, the Teesta, the Madhumati, the Gumati and the Karnafuli are small rivers in Bangladesh. Most of the rivers of Bangladesh created from

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