Exploring Bangladesh

Jan
29
A Beautiful Mosque's View in Bangladesh

A Beautiful Mosque's View in Bangladesh

A Beautiful Mosque's View in Bangladesh.The mosque's name : Baitur Rahman Sahi Jam-E Masjid.
Oct
19
Siraj Ud-Daulah: The Last Nawab of Bengal

Siraj Ud-Daulah: The Last Nawab of Bengal

At that time, Siraj ud-Daulah was only seventeen years old. Many of his relatives could not accept the nomination of him as the successor of Alivardi Khan.
5 min read
Sep
08
"Sreemangal": The Capital of Tea

"Sreemangal": The Capital of Tea

The desire to know the unknown place, culture, nature that makes travellers different from everyone else. Travelling now is a passion for millions of travellers. The name of "Sreemangal" will be at the first level of the list when it asks to travel in Bangladesh.
4 min read
Sep
06
International Mother Language Day and it's History

International Mother Language Day and it's History

International Mother language day is celebrated every year on 21st February. The primary purpose of the day is to enhance the awareness of languages in the world.
5 min read
Sep
05
Cox's Bazar: Worlds Longest Sea Beach

Cox's Bazar: Worlds Longest Sea Beach

Cox's Bazar is a city and tourism capital located in the south-east of Bangladesh. It is famous for its natural beauty. The sophisticated hotels, motels and cottages adjacent to the beach are bustling with tourists during the tourist season.
4 min read
Sep
02
Mega Projects in Bangladesh

Mega Projects in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a developing country. It is making rapid progress in infrastructures. As a result, we are expected to see a lot of development projects within some years. There is some mega project running in Bangladesh. These projects will change the image of this country.
5 min read
Aug
31
'The Shat Gombuj Mosque'-A heritage

'The Shat Gombuj Mosque'-A heritage

The 'Shat Gombuj Mosque' is a heritage of Bangladesh. Which was built during the Bengal Sultanate. Nowadays, it is one of the greatest tourist attractions site.
3 min read
Aug
20
Sundarbans: The Worlds Largest Mangrove Forest

Sundarbans: The Worlds Largest Mangrove Forest

The Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world. It is a vast forest on the coast of the Bay of Bengal with a total land area of 10,000 sq km.
4 min read
Jul
31
Farakka Dam: The Nightmare of Millions of People

Farakka Dam: The Nightmare of Millions of People

Nature is always flowing in its own way. There is no doubt that man is dependent on nature. But people are trying to bring nature under their control in the hope of modern and advanced life.
5 min read
Jul
30
Life of Gypsy's

Life of Gypsy's

Bangladesh is a riverine country, so the primary means of livelihood for the gypsy is a boat. Each family has their own boat. They form a fleet with many boats, and each fleet has a chief.
4 min read