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The Curious Hoolock Gibbon

If you are brave enough to explore the wilds of Bangladesh, you will soon become aware of a variety of monkeys and apes watching you from the tree-tops. One of these creatures may particularly catch your eye. The Hoolock Gibbon (Bunopithecus hoolock) is a small ape that has the distinction of being the only ape on the subcontinent.

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Shaheed Day

There are many festivals and celebrations in Bangladesh which often attract visitors and travelers due to their brightness and gaiety. However, not every holiday in Bangladesh is a cheerful occasion. Such is the case on Shaheed Day which is also sometimes called ‘Martyrs Day’.

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Exploring St Martin’s Island Off the Bangladesh Coast

The small coral island of St Martin’s, is located near Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, and a ferry service from Teknaf to the island, and is available daily. The island can be explored in a day, as at low tide the island measures approximately eight square kilometers and at high tide the island reduces in size, to about five square kilometers. But don’t let the size of the island deter you from exploring its beauty and hidden secrets.

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Pahela Baishakh

Every year you will find Bangladesh absolutely come to life as its people flock to the streets to enjoy the merriment of the Pahela Baishakh festival. Basically this festival takes place on Bangla New Years Day and it has been a very prominent part of Bangladeshi culture for so long that no one today can pinpoint the beginnings of these festivities to a particular period in time. It is mainly a commercial affair that is enjoyed by both patrons and businessmen alike and no trip to Bangladesh would be complete without seeing something of these New Year’s celebrations.

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Tea Gardens in Bangladesh

The area around Sylhet is traditional tea growing area. The picturesque Surma Valley is covered with terraces of tea gardens and lush green tropical forests. Srimangal is known as the tea capital of Bangladesh and for miles around one can see the green carpet of tea gardens on the hill slopes.

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Changing Children's Future in Bangladesh

Certain parts of Bangladesh, particularly in the north, the rural families are very impoverished and most children do not receive any formal education. An organization that has made a significant difference to the life of the people of Bangladesh over the past nine years is Learn Foundation. This not for profit organization has taken a quantum leap in bringing modern technology into the lives of these poor people.

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Mangoes of Bangladesh

Who does not love mangoes – with their unique flavor, fragrance and texture? The King among Fruit is thriving very well in Bangladesh, thanks to the modern methods of horticulture that are used to nurture the mango trees. Mangoes grow widely all over Bangladesh and there are innumerable varieties to charm the connoisseur. Each variety has its own admirers. Some of the better mangoes are the superior grafted varieties whereas the local or Deshi aam is grown from seedlings.

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The Muslin from Dhaka

Textiles from Bangladesh have traditionally been ranked among the best in the world. They form a major part of the nation’s exports and have been the livelihood of certain communities for generations. The muslin woven here has a special place of pride on the hearts of the Bangladeshis.

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