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The Importance of the Nature Study Society of Bangladesh

The Nature Study Society of Bangladesh, or ”NSSB”, was founded in 1996 and is an organization that is devoted to creating public awareness regarding the natural resources of the land. The BSSB also was created to educate people about why the conservation of nature as a whole is so important. The Nature Study Society of Bangladesh works together with other nature study groups across the country and the public in an effort to expose the beauty, the vulnerability and the wonder of nature.

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Sonargaon – The Ancient Capital of Bengal

Sonargaon was the capital of the ancient kingdom ruled by Isa Khan of Bengal. Bengal is now divided into West Bengal, which is a state in India and Eastern Bengal, which is the nation of Bangladesh. Today, old Sonargaon is home to some of the oldest buildings in Bangladesh.

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Dallywood – The Film Industry in Bangladesh

Although no documentation exists to confirm it, it has been said that the film industry in Bangladesh was started by a touring theater company owned by John Stevens. He apparently visited Bangladesh between the years 1896 and 1897 to show the first motion pictures in the country. But more likely the firm industry in Bangladesh began with the opening of the Bredford Bioscope Company that started showing films on 24 April 1898. Between 1913 and 1914 a permanent cinema called the Picture House was opened - and after that there was no stopping the film industry in Bangladesh and the creation of Dhallywood.

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Srimongal – Tea Capital of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is known for its high quality tea that it exports to destinations around the world. Its main regions for tea production are Sylhet and Srimongal , with the Srimongal region considered the tea capital of Bangladesh. The two areas are approximately seventy kilometers way from each other and both are very popular tourist attractions. But there is more to Srimongal than just tea. It is a magical world of nature and forests with beauty beyond compare.

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Sheikh Mujibur Rahman – The First President of Bangladesh

Born on 17 March 1920 in the Gopalganj District of Bengal, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has long been noted as being the founder of Bangladesh. He is also often called ‘Bangabandhu’ which means ‘Friend of Bengal’ – a rather fitting nickname for this noteworthy political leader.

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Archaeological Site of Mainimati in Bangladesh

Just outside of the town of Comilla is one of Bangladesh’s most significant and important historical sights. Excavations and studies of the archaeological site of Mainimati have uncovered many other sites and insights into the Bangladesh’s past culture. It is an attraction that is visited frequently by tourists and locals whom seek to relive a part of Bangladesh’s history that lay buried and forgotten for centuries.

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The Brave Santhal Tribe of Bangladesh

The Santhals of West Bengal can also be found in Bangladesh, as well as Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand, which are states of northeastern India. Bengal is a region that is situated partly in the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and in India. The Santhal or Santal are one of the central tribes in these regions and are known for their rich cultural practices and customs.

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Jatra – Folk Theatre in Bangladesh

The word “Jatra”, directly translated, means ‘going’ or ‘journey’. This an apt description of the popular folk theatre in Bangladesh. It is through this ‘journey’ that many religious values and principles were strongly communicated in the past. Today, however, this is not always the case in modern Jatra, with many changes having occurred, specifically in the writing of plays.

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