Videos tagged with "railroad"

IRFCA - Indian Steam Heritage, The Run ( WP-7161 ) [02:31]
WP 7161 is a Chittranjan Locomotive Works built engine, inducted into active service in 1965, this locomotive was homed at Saharanpur shed and gave distinguished service to IR before being phased out from active service. This Locomotive is christened "AKBAR", after the great Mughal Emperor. Both these Locomotives are a priced possession of Rewari Steam Loco shed, with great historic significance and deserve their rightful place in the rich heritage of Indian Railways. Let's celebrate the return of these two glorious Steam Engines and see these magnificent machines in steam once again. (Sorry For The Poor Quality On The Second Half Of The Video)
Tags: IRFCA, Indian, Railways, Trains, Rails, Special Steam Run, Rewari Steam Locomotive Shed, Locomotive, Steam Engine, New, Delhi, NDLS, Chanakya, Puri, Station, IR, India, Heritage, NRM, WP7161, WP-7161, Kodak, Z980, Express, Class, Bangladesh, Railroad, Die

Smiles of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Road Junkie Snippets 16 [01:35]
A vast majority (98 percent) of the people of Bangladesh are Bengalis and they speak the Bengali language. Minorities include Biharis numbering 250000 and other tribes numbering about a million, with the Chakma being most numerous in number. About 83 percent of Bangladeshis are profess Islam as their religion. The next major religion is Hinduism (16 precent). Other major religions include Buddhism and Christianity. A member of the Indo-European family of languages, Bangla (sometimes called Bengali) is the official language of Bangladesh. Bangladeshis closely identify themselves with their national language. Bangla has a rich cultural heritage in literature, music, and poetry, and at least two Bengali poets are well known in the West: Rabindranath Tagore, a Hindu and a Nobel laureate; and Kazi Nazrul Islam, a Muslim known as the "voice of Bengali nationalism and independence." Bangla has been enriched by several regional dialects. The dialects of Sylhet, Chittagong, and Noakhali have been strongly marked by Arab-Persian influences. English, whose cultural influence seemed to have crested by the late 1980s, remained nonetheless an important language in Bangladesh. Biharis, a group that included Urdu-speaking non-Bengali Muslim refugees from Bihar and other parts of northern India, numbered about 1 million in 1971 but had decreased to around 600000 by the late 1980s. They once dominated the upper levels of Bengali society. Many also held jobs on the railroads and in heavy ...
Tags: nomadicsamuel, Nomadic Samuel, Samuel Jeffery, Road Junkie Snippets, Travel Log, Travel Video, Backpacking Video, Bengal, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Buriganga, Sadarghat, Bangladeshi, People of Bangladesh, People of Dhaka, Smiling People, Smiling Bangladesh, Bang

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