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Enjoy the Serenity of Peda Ting Ting Island

The Rangamati region, and especially the Rangamati Lake, is known as one of the most beautiful destinations in Bangladesh. It is an area that overflows with natural splendor, breathtaking landscapes and the tranquility that most tourists seek. The Rangamati Lake is a popular attraction as it offers peaceful boat rides, island explorations and drinks at sunset – all memorable experiences. Amongst the islands that can be visited by boat from Rangamati, is the Peda Ting Ting Island.

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Chakma – An Ancient Tribe in a Modern World

The Chakma tribe, also known as Changmas, are considered to be the largest tribe occupying the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh, as well as in India, where they have been settled for many generations. They have their own unique historical traditions, culture, folklore and language of Eastern Indo-Aryian origin, with the vast majority of Chakmas being followers of the Hinayana sect of Theravada Buddhism. Traditionally ruled by a king, these days the position of Chakma king – currently Devasish Roy - is more of a symbolic nature.

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Tranquil Beauty of Baldha Garden

Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, is known as a destination that boasts a unique culture, a place where history can be explored by visiting many noteworthy sites and attractions. Over the years, thousands of tourists have come to Dhaka to visit the mosques and museums that hold the secrets to the city’s past. But amongst the bustling traffic, the hurried steps of pedestrians and the fast growing city with high-rise buildings shooting up from the city’s pavements, there are attractions such as the Baldha Garden where Bangladesh can be discovered in beauty and tranquility.

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The Grand Architecture of Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban

Located in the city of Dhaka, the National Assembly Building of Bangladesh, Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban, stands out as an architectural masterpiece surrounded by water and beautifully landscaped gardens. Considered to be the largest legislative complex in the world, it is home to all of Bangladesh’s parliamentary activity. It is also a popular tourist attraction, which is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.read more..

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Tahmima Anam Receives Commonwealth Writers Award

Inspired by her parents and their tales of being freedom fighters during the Bangladesh Liberation War, Tahmima Anam brought the stories of many to life, with her first novel, named A Golden Age. Living in Bangladesh for two years to research her book and talking to other freedom fighters, Tahmima Anam was able to write a novel so spellbinding, that it caught the attention of the public and the Commonwealth, leading to her receiving the Commonwealth writer’s award for Overall Best First Book.

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Nazrul Institute Honors a Legend

Kazi Nazrul Islam is the national poet of Bangladesh. His creative abilities not only influenced the literary world in Bangladesh, but have been far more influential with regard to the arts of the country than any other poet before or after him. He reached out to the nation through his music and through his words, and his work was considered to be so vital, that the Nazrul Institute was established in 1985 to carry out research and publications in regard to preserving Kazi Nazrul Islam, in the culture of Bangladesh.

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Haor Basin – A Vital Wetland Habitat

The Haor Basin in the north eastern part of Bangladesh is a wetlands ecosystem considered to be of international ecological importance due to the extensive waterfowl population that uses the basin as its habitat. The saucer shaped shallow depression (also known as a backswamp) covers parts of the Sunamganj, Moulvibazar and Habiganj districts, and stretches as far as the Kishorenganj and Netrokona districts of Bangladesh.

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The Artisans of Aarong

There are many talented people in Bangladesh. Most of them live in the rural areas and would not have had the opportunity to promote their artistic and creative capabilities if Aarong did not exist. Aarong was founded in the year 1978 and is an organization that is dedicated to changing the lives of the disadvantaged, promoting traditional products from Bangladesh and opening the doors so their products can be exported. Throughout Bangladesh and in international destinations, the name Aarong is synonymous with quality, originality and uniqueness.

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