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Ramadan in Bangladesh

Ramadan is a month-long religious festival also celebrated in Bangladesh that culminates in the very important holiday of Eid-ul-Fitr. During the Ramadan period, followers of Islam overcrowd the mosques for prayer and take part in this festival. Ramadan is supposed to promote peace and places emphasis on the teachings of the Quran (Koran) and the faith of Islam. It is an integral part of the culture in Bangladesh where Islam is one of the most widely practiced religions.

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The Curious Barking Deer

If you are planning a trip to one of Bangladesh’s many national parks, you might want to keep an eye out for the elusive barking deer. These rather shy little creatures live in the dense jungles of India and, although they are quite numerous throughout the region, it is often difficult to spot them because they are quick to scuttle away through the forest undergrowth.

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The Unique Sport of Kabaddi

Bangladesh is a sport loving country with over twenty-seven different international games played here and the national sport of Bangladesh is Kabaddi is played throughout the country.

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The Chital Deer – A Common Resident in Bangladesh

Also called the ‘spotted deer’ and ‘axis deer’, the Chital Deer is a beautiful and commonly seen deer in woodlands across India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. In fact this beautiful little deer is one of the most common species of deer in the forests of India.

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Jackfruit – National Fruit of Bangladesh

The jackfruit has been named as the national fruit of Bangladesh and is a fruit that has been in existence for thousands of years. It is believed that jackfruit trees were planted in Hawaii even before 1888 and archaeologists have estimated that it has been growing in India for between 3000 to 6000 years. It is one of the largest fruits to grow on trees in the world, and a Jackfruit Tree can live and bear fruit for approximately a hundred years if taken care of correctly.

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The Manipuri Ethnic Group in Bangladesh

The Manipuri people are of Mongolian descent and speak a language called Meithei. Most Manipuri people lived in northeastern India. The Manipuri fled from their homeland in the northeastern Indian kingdom of Manipur to settle in East Bengal, which was then ruled by Britain. However, in 1947 East Bengal gained its independence and today most Manipuri people live in the district of Sylhet of northeastern Bangladesh.

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The Sport of Boli Khela

Bangladesh is a country comprised of people who have intense love for all types of sports. This love can at times lead the Bangladesh people into a state of euphoria encouraging the sport lovers and sportsmen to try even harder in their local and national sports. There are over twenty-seven different sports in Bangladesh that are internationally recognized one of these is Boli Khela or Bali bol Khela.

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Irene Khan, Making a Difference in the World

Like most other countries in the world, Bangladesh has produced a fine number of influential and famous people. Amongst these is an individual known for her humanitarian spirit, Irene Khan. Currently the Secretary General of Amnesty International, Bangladeshi Irene Khan is making a difference in the world and the people of her homeland can beam with pride when they think of her achievements.

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