Videos tagged with "arena"

Natore Rani Vobani Rajbari - 1 [00:53]
In the mid-17th century, a small trading centre called Azimganj came up on the banks of the Ganga in Murshidabad. The royal family of Natore, now in Bangladesh, built a riverside palace in a village near Azimganj, and called it Baronagar, meaning ?a big town?. Rani Bhabani, born in 1716 and widowed at 32, became a legend for her administrative ability. Driven by religion, she planned to build a Varanasi in Bengal. From 1755, a huge complex with over a dozen temples was built in Baronagar. Many have since been reduced to dust, but a few still stand strong, a testament to the past glory of Bengal. One of the magnificent structures is the Panchanan Shiva temple on the Ganga embankment. Small and red, it has a unique Shivalingam ? five heads of Shiva carved on black stone. The temple houses a beautiful garden with a breathtaking riverside view. The main attraction of Baronagar is the Charbangla mandir complex. Built in 1760 by Rani Bhabani, this is a small square arena fenced by four massive temples. Each one is built on a 1.5-ft high foundation and is dochala hut-shaped, a fine example of Bengal architecture. Each temple has three doors with three Shivalingams inside. The magic of these temples is on their walls, embellished with beautiful terracotta work. The Ramayana is wonderfully sculpted. This is unique among terracotta temples in Bengal. Hindu motifs are also visible. The temples had a narrow escape in December 1992, when a mob stormed the complex after the Babri ...

RAHUL DRAVID - Till The Wall Collapse! Sachin Tendulkar 100th Hundred vs bangladesh Dhaka today [03:28]
Tribute The Wall of India Rahul Dravid! Some Highlights of his career! Sachin tendulkar 114 147b 100th hundred 100 vs bangladesh mirpur highlights Sachin Tendulkar's 100th International Hundred Vs Bangladesh Asia Cup 16-03-2012 Rahul Dravid was probably one of the last classical Test match batsmen. India v Sri Lanka at Dhaka India v Sri Lanka at Dhaka His progress into the national side may have been steady and methodical rather than meteoric, but once there, Dravid established himself at the vanguard of a new, defiant generation that were no longer easybeats away from home. Armed with an orthodox technique drilled into him by Keki Tarapore, he became the cement that held the foundations firm while the flair players expressed themselves. Yet, for a man quickly stereotyped as one-paced and one-dimensional, he too could stroke the ball around when the mood struck him. Never a natural athlete, he compensated with sheer hard work and powers of concentration that were almost yogic. At Adelaide in 2003, when India won a Test in Australia for the first time in a generation, he batted 835 minutes over two innings. A few months later, he was at the crease more than 12 hours for the 270 that clinched India's first series win in Pakistan. Initially seen as a liability in the one-day arena, he retooled his game over the years to become an adept middle-order finisher. The heaves and swipes didn't come naturally, but by the time the selectors eased him aside in early 2008, he had more ...
Tags: Sachin, tendulkar, 100th, hundred, 100, vs, bangladesh, mirpur, highlights

Prof Philip Kotler at Dhaka_9 June 2011.mp4 [01:01]
Marketing guru Dr Philip Kotler yesterday declared Bangladesh the host of World Marketing Forum where the country will be propelled in the global arena. World Marketing Forum is a unique venture where some of the world's most influential marketers, academia, corporate leaders and development experts will gather to find solution to some of the biggest challenges of the world. The forum aimed at creating better world through marketing. During the first year, education, health, food and environment will be discussed. Kotler announced the forum after a daylong workshop, "Professional Certified Masterclass 2011" for the marketers of the corporate world at Radisson Water Garden Hotel in Dhaka. "Bangladesh is a sleeping tiger which will rise and win," Kotler added. He was very impressed by the energy of the country, which helped him to pick Bangladesh as the host nation.
Tags: Marketing Guru, Bangladesh, Professor Philip Kotler, Dhaka, 2011, June, World Business Forum

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