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Discover the Amazing Wildlife of Karamjol

To appreciate and to view the most precious species of Bangladesh’s wildlife, thousands of visitors make their way to Karamjol, a ranger station deep in the forest that also serves as a deer-breeding center. Bangladesh has some exquisite wildlife species that are unique to the country, and Karamjol is one of the gateways to the majestic wildlife sanctuary, Sundarban.

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Bishwa Ijtema – A Peaceful Religious Gathering

Amongst the festivals in Bangladesh, the Bishwa Ijtema is by far one of the most popular congregational gatherings, and has become an international event. It is not exactly certain when the first Bishwa Ijtema was held, with some speculating that this event started in 1946. One aspect of this religious gathering that has remained the same over time is that the Tablighi Jamaat of Bangladesh organizes it each year. Starting out as a small event that was attended by a few Muslim followers, it has grown into a massive event that is attended by millions from all over the world.

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Rainbow Film Society – Highlighting Bangladeshi Film

The Rainbow Film Society has been operating in Bangladesh since 1977 and has remained dedicated to the world of Bangladeshi filmmaking. Most visitors who travel to Bangladesh do not realize that the country has an extremely vibrant and busy film industry. The focus on Bollywood has become so great that few stop to look at the talented directors, actors and producers that work within the Bangladeshi film industry.

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Nabanna

Historically speaking, Bangladesh is an agricultural country which has always enjoyed celebrating a variety of festivals. Each festival pays homage to a different aspect from their daily lives - from the end of the harvest to their abundance of gods. In particular the Nabanna festival is a cultural festival which is practiced predominantly by rural society while the city dwellers in general have not adopted this as a standard practice. This has caused minor controversy between the two particular groups.

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The Striking White Water Lily – A Symbol of Beauty

Few people would deny the beauty of the humble water lily. These stunning flowering plants have been used in worship and as symbols of life and love. They may be different sizes and slightly different shapes, but they all have one thing in common – undeniable beauty. Little wonder then, that the humble water lily has long been the national flower of Bangladesh.

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Presenting… Jewel Aich!

Jewel Aich is an accomplished magician, well-known in his home country of Bangladesh as well as in magician circles world-wide. Born in Shomdekathi, a village in Shorupkathi Thana of the Barisal district, Jewel Aich was the fifth of nine children in his family.

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Habib Wahid - A Star on the Bangladeshi Music Scene

Habib Wahid, better known as just Habib, was destined to become an international music star, and the pride of Bangladesh. His father, Ferdous Wahid, was a legendary Bangladeshi musician during the 70’s and 80’s, and Habib was exposed to the world of music from a very young age. Habib was fortunate enough to be able to attend the School of Audio Engineering, located in London, where he was exposed to the technology available to musicians and to British born Bangladeshis that shared his passion for music.

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Abdur Razzak – A Renowned Cricketer

Abdur Razzak (Raj) is a slow left-arm orthodox cricket bowler. He is also a left-hand batsman who is an ODI player and a Test player. Razzak was born on the 15th of June 1982 in Khulna, the third biggest city in Bangladesh. The twenty-five year old is currently playing for the Bangladesh National cricket team, as well as Khulna Division and Asia Xl.

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