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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 ...

KOP_Compile_BlackSea [04:56]
In September 2011 32 year old Scott Jeffery set off to cycle overland from London, UK to Sydney, Australia. Leaving London. The Black Sea.
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A local fisherman in the Saint Martins Island of Bangladesh [01:14]
A local fisherman trying to catch fish with a cast-net in the Saint Martins Island of Bangladesh
Tags: fish, net, cast-net, fisherman, man, lagoon, catch, flying, cast, sea, wave, boy, blue, saint, martins, island, bangladesh, dhaka, coast, sky, traditional, native, tourism, travel, water, black, outdoors, fishing, bay, of, bengal, recreation, coastal, oce

Barguna, Discover what's in there. (EP 04) [21:46]
Barguna (Bengali: বরগুনা Borguna) is a district in South-western Bangladesh. It is a part of the Barisal Division. The Barguna District has a total area of 1831.31 km². It is bounded on the north by the districts of Jhalkathi, Barisal, Pirojpur and Patuakhali. In the east, it borders the Patuakhali District. On the south, Barguna is bounded by the Patuakhali District, and the Bay of Bengal. On the western side, it borders Pirojpur and Bagerhat districts. Important rivers of Barguna district include the Payra River, Bishkhali River and the Baleshwar River. Barguna's economy is primarily dependent on agriculture. Principal crops include rice and pulses. Jute cultivation was once important, but the crop gradually lost popularity as a cash crop. Being a coastal district, Barguna has a thriving fishing industry. Produce of the district includes betel leaf, pulses, bananas, betel nut, molasses, marine fish, and shrimp. A small manufacturing industry comprises mostly rice mills, saw mill, soap factory, flour mill, ice factory and pen factory. Traditional cottage industries such as weaving, bamboo and cane art work, goldsmithing, blacksmithing, pottery, wood work, and tailoring also thrive in rural areas. enjoy wikipedia
Tags: Barguna, (Bengali:, বরগুনা, Borguna), is, district, in, South-western, Bangladesh., It, part, of, the, Barisal, Division.

Barguna, Discover what's in there. (EP 05) [16:34]
Barguna (Bengali: বরগুনা Borguna) is a district in South-western Bangladesh. It is a part of the Barisal Division. The Barguna District has a total area of 1831.31 km². It is bounded on the north by the districts of Jhalkathi, Barisal, Pirojpur and Patuakhali. In the east, it borders the Patuakhali District. On the south, Barguna is bounded by the Patuakhali District, and the Bay of Bengal. On the western side, it borders Pirojpur and Bagerhat districts. Important rivers of Barguna district include the Payra River, Bishkhali River and the Baleshwar River. Barguna's economy is primarily dependent on agriculture. Principal crops include rice and pulses. Jute cultivation was once important, but the crop gradually lost popularity as a cash crop. Being a coastal district, Barguna has a thriving fishing industry. Produce of the district includes betel leaf, pulses, bananas, betel nut, molasses, marine fish, and shrimp. A small manufacturing industry comprises mostly rice mills, saw mill, soap factory, flour mill, ice factory and pen factory. Traditional cottage industries such as weaving, bamboo and cane art work, goldsmithing, blacksmithing, pottery, wood work, and tailoring also thrive in rural areas. enjoy wikipedia
Tags: Barguna, (Bengali:, বরগুনা, Borguna), is, district, in, South-western, Bangladesh., It, part, of, the, Barisal, Division.

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