Videos tagged with "food"

Digital Bangladesh [04:57]
Digital Bangladesh Bangladesh offers many tourist attractions, including archaeological sites, historical mosques and monuments, longest natural beach in the world, picturesque landscape, hill forests and wildlife, rolling tea gardens and tribes. Tourists find the rich flora and fauna and colorful tribal life very enchanting. Each part of the country offers distinctly different topography, flavors and food.

Rangamati Episode 3, From Bangladesh With Love [22:13]
Abrar arrives at Rangamati and goes to Kaptai Lake. A beautiful man made lake surrounded by hills. The clue says something about a hidden kingdom underwater because of man and the flavor of Rangamti on top of a hill closeby. A finds out that the chakma palace went under water after they made the Kaptai Dam and that the flavor of Rangamati is actually in a restaurant on top of a hill called Peda Ting Ting serving authentic tribal food. After eating at Peda Ting Ting, A is worried about how he gets the next clue but decides to keep exploring and goes to the local market there. The people living there sell fruits and most of the water-melons and bananas go to the cities from there. While eating a watermelon and chatting with some of the people at the market, he gets a phonecall from the girl. The girl asks about lunch and says that he will find the answer to the next clue when he cooks a traditional dinner at a trekker's restaurant called the roof. Meanwhile he decides to check out the rest of Rangamati and goes to Raajban Bihar, an internationally recognized Buddhist monastery. Every day about three hundred devotees visit the Bana Bihar to worship the venerable spiritualist Bana Bhante, who is the chief monk of the Temple. He is fascinated by the simple lives the monks lead and learns more about their way of life and beliefs by talking to them. From the monastery, he goes back to the hotel, changes and gets ready to cook a traditional dinner at the Roof. After serving ...

Delicious food served at Dhabas on Id Ul ftr - Meena Bazar! [01:10]
Meena Bazaar is an old market just located below the massive stairs on the Eastern end of Jama Masjid. It was built in the late 1970s. The shops in Meena Bazaar include items like embroidered caps for Muslim men, local cosmetics, pictures and posters of sacred places, and readymade garments like burquas used by the Muslim women. Apart from these items Meena Bazae is well known for its food stalls and dhabas, which really serve delicious Indian non-vegetarians delicacies. There are also numbers of shops that specializes in making and selling pillows, mattresses, and quilts just near the market behind the imposing mosque. A further few meters away, there is a congested cycle market that sells wide range of bicycles and their parts. Eid-ul-Fitr, "Eid-ul-fitr", Eid al-Fitr, Id-ul-Fitr, or Id al-Fitr, often abbreviated to Eid, is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting (sawm). Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fiṭr means "breaking the fast". The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan. The first day of Eid, therefore, falls on the first day of the month Shawwal. This is a day where Muslims around the world try to show a common goal of unity. It is a day of recognizance of God. Source - Wikipedia Islam is the second most practiced religion in India and Eid-ul-fitr is the biggest festival of the followers of Islam around the world. Also known as ...

Old Dhaka, Bangladesh Street Scenes Slideshow [02:48]
This is a travel video of random street scenes that I encountered while visiting Old Dhaka, Bangladesh including Bangladeshi food, culture, people and rickshaws. Visiting Old Dhaka, Bangladesh was unlike any other experience I've ever had in my life. It's a fascinating country that I hope to return to in the near future. The locals are extremely friendly. In this video you will notice many random events including interactions with locals, sports such as badminton, parading, labour and other events. nomadicsamuel.com In late 2007 a rumbling occurred deep in the tropical waters of the Bay of Bengal. Within hours of Cyclone Sidr smashing into southwest Bangladesh, the world's media and aid organisations were on the move and Bangladesh was about to find herself wrenched back out of obscurity and once again presented to the global community as a classic 'basket case' (as Henry Kissinger once described the country) of disaster. The pictures and stories that emerged from Bangladesh at that time portrayed an entire nation on its knees, but this was only a half-truth for within hours of the storm hitting, the majority of the country was back on its feet and operational. ADVERTISEMENT This wasn't the first time that Bangladesh had been dismissed as a no-hope nation, and it probably won't be the last. But no matter what the opinion of the wider world is, this dynamic country proudly considers itself to be an active participant in an increasingly global community. In defiance of its ...
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Street Scenes in Old Dhaka, Bangladesh (Bangladeshi Food, Culture, People, Rickshaws) [03:09]
This is a travel video of random street scenes that I encountered while visiting Old Dhaka, Bangladesh including Bangladeshi food, culture, people and rickshaws. Visiting Old Dhaka, Bangladesh was unlike any other experience I've ever had in my life. It's a fascinating country that I hope to return to in the near future. The locals are extremely friendly. In this video you will notice many random events including interactions with locals, sports such as badminton, parading, labour and other events. nomadicsamuel.com In late 2007 a rumbling occurred deep in the tropical waters of the Bay of Bengal. Within hours of Cyclone Sidr smashing into southwest Bangladesh, the world's media and aid organisations were on the move and Bangladesh was about to find herself wrenched back out of obscurity and once again presented to the global community as a classic 'basket case' (as Henry Kissinger once described the country) of disaster. The pictures and stories that emerged from Bangladesh at that time portrayed an entire nation on its knees, but this was only a half-truth for within hours of the storm hitting, the majority of the country was back on its feet and operational. ADVERTISEMENT This wasn't the first time that Bangladesh had been dismissed as a no-hope nation, and it probably won't be the last. But no matter what the opinion of the wider world is, this dynamic country proudly considers itself to be an active participant in an increasingly global community. In defiance of its ...
Tags: Old Dhaka, rickshaw, street scene, people, outdoors, working, playing, traffic, hectic, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Bangladeshi, culture, food, rickshaws, vendors, pedestrians, happy, faces, smiling, grinning, friendly, waving, Old Dhaka streets, Dhaka life, life

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