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The Dreams of Bangladesh

The Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore did not live to see the birth of Bangladesh, though the ‘Golden Land’ was not partitioned in his time either. The titan of the Bengali literary and Fine Arts world divided his time between what is now Bangladesh and the Indian side of the border, but who can tell if this was by chance or by intuitive design?

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Decorative Art in the National Museum

The Bangladesh National Museum in Dhaka is a place worth visiting just to get an idea of the rich artistic heritage of Bengal. Established in 1913 as the Dhaka Museum, when Bangladesh was also a part of British India, the museum has expanded its departments to make education a thrust. It has been at its present location since 1983. Divided into five departments for easy categorizing the museum’s Department of Ethnography and Decorative Art has a vast collection of artifacts made in Bangladesh.

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Leveraging Human Resources

The Bangladeshi emphasis on education, culture and upbringing creates a rapidly growing swell of unparalleled human talent. The nation must be admired for the priority which it accords to developing its youth, for this is surely the best investment that today’s generation can make in the future. The Bangladeshi professional is not only hard-working, but accepts work loads cheerfully.

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Adventure Travel in Bangladesh!

You can climb high mountains, negotiate frothing rivers, and wander through pristine flora, but it cannot be as enthralling as experiencing a new culture. Living in Spartan surroundings can be unnerving at first, but cravings for the comforts to which we are accustomed quickly give way to new senses of satisfaction. What can you do to enjoy adventure travel which will make you the cynosure of all eyes when you are back?

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The Beautiful Himchari National Park

Bangladesh is not the only country to receive opprobrium from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, for its declining forest cover. Most countries of the third world face such conflicts between development and conservation. However, it is to the credit of the Bangladesh Government that it has committed itself to a National Forest Policy.

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Luxury in the Midst of Friendship

Bangladesh travel is always a matter of joy, because whether it is business or pleasure which takes you to this verdant country, the friendly nature of the local people is always something to which you look forward. The bustling city of Dhaka is the capital, and though Chittagong also has an international airport, it is in the capital city where most people have appointments and business.

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Bangladesh’s Pro Golfer

Oh to be a professional golfer! Dreams of making pots of money while walking around in the sun, with the occasional swing of a club, are deceptive because it is so much more difficult to sink that putt in real life! Every new star on the golf firmament is worth celebrating because it is as rare. The meteoric rise of a poor boy that started life doing menial jobs on a golf course is a satisfying substitute for all of us who fail to make any noteworthy grade in the game.

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Bangladesh Newspapers: The Significance of the Blitz

We live in a world tortured by hate, suspicion, and mindless violence. This tragic state of affairs is needless, for a Bangladeshi shows us light at the end of the tunnel. Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is nominally the editor of the Blitz in Dhaka, but he towers way above the mortal confines of any ordinary journalist. His work may not have caught as much media attention as that of his peers in other countries, but that does not make it any less valuable!

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