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Discovering the Beauty of Bangladesh

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Discovering the Beauty of Bangladesh
Discovering the Beauty of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is known for its stunning landscapes, rich culture, and friendly people. Bangladesh’s diverse geography offers a range of breathtaking natural wonders. From rolling hills and tranquil lakes to pristine beaches and lush mangrove forests, there is no shortage of beauty in this South Asian country.

One of Bangladesh’s most notable natural attractions is Cox’s Bazar, a pristine beach stretching over 120 km. It is known as the longest sea beach in the world and offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Another stunning landscape is the Sundarbans, a mangrove forest located in the Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna rivers delta region. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to diverse wildlife, including the famous Bengal tiger.

The rolling hills of Chittagong Hill Tracts offer a beautiful escape from the flat terrain of the rest of the country. This area is home to several indigenous communities, who have preserved their unique culture and traditions over the years. Visitors can hike through the hills, explore local villages, and experience the area’s vibrant culture.

Other notable landscapes in Bangladesh include the tea gardens of Sylhet, the serene lakes of Rangamati, and the scenic hills of Srimangal. Each of these places offers a unique and breathtaking view of the country’s natural beauty.

In conclusion, Bangladesh is rich in natural wonders waiting to be discovered. From its stunning beaches and mangrove forests to its rolling hills and tranquil lakes, there is no shortage of beauty in this South Asian country. So, whether you are a nature lover or just looking for a peaceful escape, Bangladesh has something for everyone. So, pack your bags and discover the beauty of Bangladesh today!

Exploring the Wonders of Bangladesh: A Comprehensive Guide

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Exploring the Wonders of Bangladesh: A Comprehensive Guide

Welcome to Bangladesh! This vibrant and diverse country located in South Asia is full of surprises and awaits to be discovered by the world. With its rich history, vibrant culture, stunning natural beauty, and friendly people, Bangladesh is a country that deserves to be explored.

In this section, we have curated 50 fascinating blogs that cover all aspects of Bangladesh. From its history, culture, and traditions to its natural wonders, cuisine, and modern industries. Whether you are a tourist, a student, or just curious about this country, these blogs will provide you with all the information you need to understand and appreciate the beauty of Bangladesh.

Discovering the Beauty of Bangladesh is the perfect place to start your journey. This blog gives an overview of the country and highlights its stunning landscapes, including the beaches, mangrove forests, and rolling hills. For those interested in history, the blog An Introduction to Bangladesh: A South Asian Gem provides a comprehensive background on the country and its place in the region.

The History and Culture of Bangladesh delves into the country’s rich heritage, including its art, architecture, and festivals. For those who love food, Bangladesh: A Foodie’s Paradise is a must-read, showcasing the country’s diverse cuisine and famous dishes. If you’re looking for adventure, Uncovering the Natural Wonders of Bangladesh will take you on a journey through the country’s stunning parks, lakes, and wildlife.

From the bustling city of Dhaka to the tranquil rural villages, Bangladesh has something for everyone. The Best Things to See and Do in Bangladesh is a guide that covers the top attractions and activities in the country, while Exploring Bangladesh’s rich Heritage provides a closer look at the country’s unique heritage sites and monuments.

Whether you’re interested in fashion, sports, education, or politics, our blogs have you covered. The Bangladesh Garment Industry: An Overview highlights the country’s role in the global fashion industry, while the Bangladesh Sports Scene showcases the country’s love for cricket, football, and other sports. The Bangladesh Education System and the Bangladesh Political System provide insight into the country’s social and political systems.

In conclusion, our 50 blogs are just the beginning of your journey through Bangladesh. Whether you are planning a trip or just curious, these blogs provide a comprehensive introduction to this amazing country. So, sit back, relax, and start exploring Bangladesh!

  1. “Discovering the Beauty of Bangladesh”
  2. “An Introduction to Bangladesh: A South Asian Gem”
  3. “The History and Culture of Bangladesh”
  4. “The Diversity of Bangladesh: Exploring its Many Regions”
  5. “Bangladesh: A Foodie’s Paradise”
  6. “Uncovering the Natural Wonders of Bangladesh”
  7. “Bangladesh: A Tourist’s Guide”
  8. “Exploring Bangladesh’s rich Heritage”
  9. “Bangladesh: A Photographer’s Dream Destination”
  10. “Top Things to See and Do in Bangladesh”
  11. “Discovering the Bangladesh Coastline”
  12. “The Best Beaches in Bangladesh”
  13. “Bangladesh: A Shopping Destination”
  14. “The Art and Architecture of Bangladesh”
  15. “Bangladesh: A Country of Festivals”
  16. “The Religion and Spirituality of Bangladesh”
  17. “Bangladesh: A Land of Wildlife”
  18. “Exploring Bangladesh’s Mangrove Forests”
  19. “The People and Traditions of Bangladesh”
  20. “Bangladesh: A Journey Through Time”
  21. “The Cuisine of Bangladesh”
  22. “The Education System in Bangladesh”
  23. “Bangladesh: A Model of Sustainability”
  24. “The Economy of Bangladesh”
  25. “The Bangladesh Garment Industry: An Overview”
  26. “Exploring Bangladesh’s Rural Communities”
  27. “The Bangladesh Rifles Rebellion: An Overview”
  28. “Bangladesh and its Political System”
  29. “The Bangladesh Liberation War”
  30. “The Language and Literature of Bangladesh”
  31. “Discovering Bangladesh’s Musical Traditions”
  32. “The Sports Scene in Bangladesh”
  33. “The Fashion Industry in Bangladesh”
  34. “Bangladesh: A Country of Entrepreneurs”
  35. “The Climate and Geography of Bangladesh”
  36. “The Bangladesh-India Relationship”
  37. “The Bangladesh-Myanmar Relationship”
  38. “Bangladesh and its Neighbors”
  39. “The Bangladesh-China Relationship”
  40. “The Bangladesh-USA Relationship”
  41. “Bangladesh and the Global Community”
  42. “The Role of Women in Bangladesh Society”
  43. “The Bangladesh Youth Movement”
  44. “The Bangladesh Environmental Movement”
  45. “The Bangladesh Human Rights Movement”
  46. “The Bangladesh LGBTQ Community”
  47. “The Bangladesh Film Industry”
  48. “The Bangladesh IT Industry”
  49. “The Bangladesh Tourism Industry”
  50. “The Future of Bangladesh: Opportunities and Challenges”.

In conclusion, Bangladesh is a country full of surprises and hidden gems, waiting to be explored. From its rich history and culture to its stunning natural beauty and modern industries, this South Asian country has something for everyone. Our comprehensive guide of 50 blogs offers a thorough introduction to all aspects of Bangladesh, providing you with all the information you need to understand and appreciate this amazing country. So, take a journey with us and discover the wonders of Bangladesh today!

16th December Victory Day, also known as Bijoy Dibosh, in Bangladesh

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16th December Victory Day of Bangladesh
16th December Victory Day of Bangladesh

Victory Day, also known as Bijoy Dibosh, is a national holiday in Bangladesh that commemorates the country’s victory over Pakistan in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. The war, which lasted for nine months, resulted in the independence of Bangladesh and the establishment of a new country.

The war began on March 26, 1971, when the Pakistani government, led by General Yahya Khan, launched a military crackdown on the Bengali people in East Pakistan (present-day Bangladesh). The crackdown, known as Operation Searchlight, was aimed at suppressing the Bengali nationalist movement and maintaining Pakistani control over the region.

As the violence and repression continued, the Bengali people began to resist and organize themselves into a resistance movement. The resistance movement was led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the leader of the Awami League, a political party that had won a majority in the 1970 elections.

The resistance movement gained support from both inside and outside Bangladesh, and by December 1971, the Bengali forces, aided by the Indian military, had succeeded in defeating the Pakistani army. On December 16, 1971, Pakistan surrendered and the war came to an end.

Victory Day is a day of great pride and celebration for the people of Bangladesh. On this day, the country pays tribute to the millions of Bengali freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the cause of independence. The day is marked with parades, speeches, and other ceremonies, and the national flag is flown at half-mast to honor the fallen.

In addition to being a day of national pride, Victory Day is also an important day for Bangladesh’s relations with its neighbors. The war had a significant impact on the region, and the victory helped to establish Bangladesh as a sovereign nation in the eyes of the world.

Today, Bangladesh is a thriving democracy with a rapidly growing economy. As the country celebrates Victory Day, it is a time to reflect on the sacrifices made by the Bengali people and to look towards a bright future for the country.

Reasons to visit Bangladesh

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Below are the reasons to visit Bangladesh

Longest Beach  

Bangladesh state is proud of having the longest natural beach across the globe which is known as Cox’s Bazar. This beach is situated in Chittagong district and it is a two-hour journey from Sundarbans. There are many hotels that offer accommodation and also places that are designed for shopping. Across the beach region, there is a town market that is equipped fully with all sorts of unique handcrafts and also a number of stores.

Close to the beach is the Buddhist village known as Ramu and it comprises of monasteries, pagodas, and khyangs which are of exceptional religious importance.

Shopping

Bashundhara city being one of Asia’s largest malls is hosted in Dhaka. It is situated on Pantha Path and offers all goods and services ranging from foods to marriage garments. Bashundhara city a bit expensive compared to street markets but it is very clean and also tourist friendly.

To develop the taste of local life you can visit the Gausia new market at Dhaka college. Most tourists tend to neglect this place. You can start haggling after you have decided on what to pay and also be ready to take a walk. If you are in a position to offer a good price that suits the seller, then he or she will accept. This is an ideal place meant for souvenirs and gifts.

Mangrove forest 

Bangladesh has the largest mangrove forest in the world, it covers a broad part southwest of Bangladesh. Most of the freshwater rivers that originate from this forest usually merge with salt water from the Bengal Bay, thereby enhancing flourishment of a diverse ecosystem. Its a place that has all sorts of beauty which are often covered in mist, wild, swampy and also largely uninhabited. In this forest, you may encounter wild animals like monkeys, deers, and many others. Bengal tigers are usually difficult to spot, as these animals mostly live in the Sundarbans.

Sylhet

Sylhet is a major producer of milky sweet tea which is usually served to visitors in Bangladeshi households especially from the northeastern part of the city. This region has a large number of tea plantations in the parts bordering India. Tea plantations in Bangladesh provide a relaxing atmosphere where visitors can enjoy. This strong tea enables provides a conducive environment for hiking along the hillsides.

When exploring the Dhaka streets, you shouldn’t be surprised if you come across school children who have the desire to practice foreign languages. They may even ask you for more information concerning your home country and also the types of food you eat. The children at the end will narrate to their elders about what you like about their country.

Bangladesh one of the best travel destinations to all kind of people who wish to have travel experience. Your smile appreciation may not be felt mostly when bargaining in the market place, but only after reflecting all you saw in this beautiful country.

The above are some of the interesting reasons as to why you should visit Bangladesh in your lifetime.

Some reasons to visit Bangladesh?

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If somebody would like to visit Bangladesh, what are the aspects this country would offer the visitor?

Bangladesh is an exciting country with many unusual, interesting, and beautiful things to see. So here are some reasons to visit Bangladesh?

#Tiger tracking in the amazing Sundarban Forest, the world’s largest mangrove forest and World Heritage Site.

#Boat tours in the world’s largest river delta.

#Five color tea served at a working tea plantation.

#54 different tribal cultures  – many located in the largely unexplored Chittagong Hill Tracts.

#The unparalleled friendliness and hospitality of the Bangladeshi people.

#World’s Most Delicious Sweetmeats: I bet if you visit Bangladesh, you would never forget its amazing assorted desserts. This small tiny country has a huge population where most of the people are sweet-tooth, subsequently, the land is famous for preparing various types of mouth-watering sweetmeats. You’ll find at least one sweetmeat shop at every lane or street of the country.
#Festivals: Bangladesh is a land of festivals, literally. Here people know to celebrate life at every occasion even if they are going through pain and poverty. You will come here and find yourself indulged in colour and festivity throughout the year during the Religious Festivals, Pohela Boishakh (First day of the Bengali New Year), Nabanna (harvest and new-rice celebration), Pohela Falgun (First day of Spring), Boimela (Month long book fair during February), Shahid Dibosh (21st February), Bijoy Dibosh (16 December), Shadhinota Dibosh (26 March), Valentines Day and whatnots!
#World’s Longest Unbroken Sea-beach: The longest unbroken sea beach in the world, running 125 km, is in Cox’s Bazar of Bangladesh.

In Bangladesh & Only Bangladeshi can do !

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In the Happy Planet index, Bangladeshis have constantly come up in the top 10 as the happiest nation, while it also was topping global indices as the most corrupt, most unsafe and most climate-beaten country.

Today we don’t want to go in deep. Let’s have a look, ” What Only in Bangladesh & Bangladeshi can Do ”

  • If you show up at someone’s door and say that you didn’t eat for days, they will never refuse. Even the poorest one will never refuse.
  • If you are a foreigner, 90% people want to talk with you.
  • If you are a foreigner with your spouse, they just want to take a photo with you.
  • There is always a place to pee. even if you are in the middle of nowhere.
  • If you show up someone ‘s home, they will re-cook for you.
  • You can always put on someone else’s dress, and they will never mind. (though exception exists)
  • If you woke up at 10 AM in the morning, no one will mind. Just give a gift: smile.

We put blood for our country. for our language.

And we are proud to be Bangladeshi. If you are a foreigner reading this post – You are welcome to visit “Bangladesh”. For any query, we are always ready to answer you.

Facts about Bangladesh

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Facts about Bangladesh
Facts about Bangladesh
Official Name
The People’s Republic Of Bangladesh
Location
Latitude between 20 degree 34′ and 26 degree 39′ north. Longitude between 88 degree 00′ and 92 degree 41′ east.
Area
147,570 sq. km.
Boundary
Bounded by India from the north, east and west and by the Bay of Bengal and Myanmar from the south.
Climate
Main seasons : Winter (Nov – Feb), Summer (Mar – Jun), Monsoon (Jul – Oct). Temp : Max 34 degree Celsius, Min 8 degree Celsius.
Rainfall
Lowest 47″ and highest 136″
Capital
Dhaka (Present area 414 sq. km. Master plan 777 sq.km.)
Population
166,280,712 (July 2014 est.)
State Language
Bangla. English is also widely spoken and understood
National Days
National Martyrs Day – February 21
Independence Day – March 26
Victory Day – December 16
Principal Rivers
Padma, Meghna, Jamuna, Brahmaputra, Madhumati, Surma and Kushiara
Principal Crops
Jute, rice, tobacco, tea, sugarcane, vegetables, potato, pulses, etc.
Important Fruits
Mango, banana, pineapple, jack-fruit, water-melon, green coconut, guava, lichis, etc.
Major Industries
jute, cotton, garments, paper, leather, fertilizer, iron and steel, cement, petroleum products, tobacco, pharmaceuticals, ceramics, tea, salt, sugar, edible oils, soap and detergent, fabricated metal products, electricity, natural gas
Sea Ports
Chittagong and Mongla
Airports
Hazrat Shahjalal Initernational Airport, Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet, domestic airports at Chittagong, Jessore, Sylhet, Cox’s Bazar, Rajshahi and Saidpur
Electricity
220 Volts A.C. in all cities and towns
Tourist Seasons
October to March
Main Tourist Attractions
Colorful tribal life, longest sea beach, centuries’ old archeological sites, home of the Royal Bengal Tiger, largest tea gardens, interesting riverine life, etc.
Wearing Apparel
Tropical in summer, and light-woolen in winter
Currency
The unit of currency is the Taka. Notes are in denominations of 1,2,5,10,20,50,100 and 500 Taka. Coins are 1,5,10,25,50 and 100 Paisa (100 Paisa = 1 Taka)

Bangladesh heading for fastest economic growth in FY17

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The government believes economic growth will hit 7.24 percent, the fastest in the history of Bangladesh, surpassing the expectations of the budget.

The estimates by Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics or BBS are based on information from the first ten months of 2016-17 (July-April).

BBS has estimated that Bangladesh’s per capita income will rise to $1,602 by the end of the current fiscal year, up from $1,465 in FY16.

The numbers were revealed by Planning Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal at the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday.

“This is the result of our combined efforts,” Hasina said. “These achievements have been possible because of the continuity of governance.”

The final BBS calculation for the previous fiscal year found the growth rate to be 7.11 percent and the per capita income at $1,465.

After being stuck in the 6 percent range for nearly a decade, the Bangladesh economy finally surpassed 7 percent economic growth in 2015-16.

The budget formed last June set a growth target of 7.2 percent for FY 2016-17.