Videos tagged with "rush"

GI Jory: The Rise of Cobra [02:05]
The song is "Sharkbite" by Crushed Out Find them online at CrushedOutMusic.com I went to a small village of Christians today... Because they are an extreme minority in this area they are persecuted. They have nothing and so have to resort to whatever work they can find. Many of the men travel many km to find and catch deadly cobra snakes and sell them to make a living. A few men will leave for a day or two and return with one, two, sometimes no snakes. For the extremely risky work they make ~$2 a snake... You can see why they are extremely poor. Add to the risk of being bitten by a snake and dying because Bangladesh has placed the cobra on a protected animal list what they do is illegal... Be thankful for the job you think is shitty because there is far, far worse... This is part of my Bangladesh trip. I went to Bangladesh for 3 months to document the building of a school with Shawn (Uncultured Project). If you want to learn more about that project if you use the link below to his youtube channel all the details are there. The majority of the trip on this channel is cell phone videos of certain moments... If you like this video please Subscribe, Comment, Rate, Favorite, and tell your friends. Find me on... Twitter Twitter.com Facebook: Jorycaron.com Find Shawn at: Youtube: youtube.com Twitter: twitter.com

Same Shiite... Different Day... [01:55]
Shawn and I went to the Buriganga river today and we spotted a fort on the opposite bank. We decided to check it out and on the way the car we were in was repeatedly stopped. We inadvertently drove through Old Dhaka into the middle of a VERY large muslim festival. Plans were changed and instead of seeing a sight we decided to be a part of it and wade through the crowd. We made our way to the front of a mosque where the majority of the crowd was converging... We found out later this is a shiite festival to honor two of Muhammed's grandchildren, Hussein and Hassan. I believe it's the Day of Ashura but I'm not 100% sure as the Day of Ashura is on the 10th day of Muharram... but I digress... The atmosphere was lively and terrifying... It was a very large Muslim mosh-pit reminiscent of the Black Friday rush that was happening in the US at the same time. At many points the crowd surged and my movement was involuntary... when a surge happened Shawn and I literally became swept up in it and leaving became difficult. This is part of my Bangladesh trip. I went to Bangladesh for 3 months to document the building of a school with Shawn (Uncultured Project). If you want to learn more about that project if you use the link below to his youtube channel all the details are there. The majority of the trip on this channel is cell phone videos of certain moments... If you like this video please Subscribe, Comment, Rate, Favorite, and tell your friends. Find me on... Twitter: Twitter.com ...

Eid spurs Bangladesh holiday rush [00:57]
Eid spurs Bangladesh holiday rush Men and women cling precariously to the side of trains about to depart from Dhaka, Bangladesh. They are among thousands leaving the capital to celebrate the Eid al-fitr holiday with their families outside the city as the Muslim holy month of Ramadan ends. But it's not just trains that are overbooked and overflowing. Ferries were also packed to capacity with holiday seekers heading to visit their home villages. Those unable to get berths, chased after the ferries in wooden rowboats, in hopes of boarding down the river. (SOUNDBITE) (Bengali) POLY, FERRY PASSENGER, SAYING: "I am going to my village to celebrate Eid with my relatives, there is a huge rush to get on the ferries so I have taken this boat to board a ferry." Eid al-fitr is one of Islam's biggest holidays and will be celebrated by Muslims around the globe starting Sunday.
Tags: Eid, spurs, Bangladesh, holiday, rush

Rampage of Lalgola (Indo-Bangla Border) Passengers at SDAH-NH Main Line section [04:27]
Date taken: April 19, 2012 Camera used: SONY Camcorder DCR SX45E With temperature soaring to almost 42 degree, only an idiot like me will prefer to sit under the scorching sun for hours to do railfanning instead of sitting in the cosy sofas under the chilling ACs in our college's food court and having gala time with friends. Lalgola, a small town at 225 kms north of Kolkata is situated on the India-Bangladesh border. Though Lalgola does not have any railway connectivity with Bangladesh, but it is a terminal station which hauls more than a dozen of trains everyday. Only Gede and Bongaon (these two locations are also at border) have railway connectivity with Bangladesh, and the Kolkata Chitpur Terminal (KOAA)- Dhaka MAITREE International Express uses the Gede route to cross the border. Due to extreme rush, almost a dozen of passengers, and a couple of Express trains travel between Lalgola (LGL)- Murshidabad (MBB)- Berhampore Court (BPC) and Kolkata everyday. Earlier the route was complete ruled by alcos, but after electrification was done in 2004 (now doublification is going on), half of the trains were given electric locos on a permanent basis, but the remaining half are still hauled by alcos.. While the electric ones are hauled by ASN WAG-5 , the alcos are hauled by WDM-2/ 3A of HWH/ BWN. And the MEMU was recently introduced a couple of months ago. The main line of the Eastern Bengal Railway from Sealdah to Ranaghat, was opened in 1862 and extended to Kushtia, now in ...
Tags: New, Delhi, NDLS, Kolkata, Howrah, Junction, HWH, Sealdah, SDAH, offlink, King, ER, IRFCA, Indian, Railways, NR, LGD, Lalaguda, Ghaziabad, WAP-7, Phase, Motor, CLW, Chittaranjan, Locomotive, Works, DLW, Diesel, Rajdhani, Superfast, Express, Duronto, Shata

Dhaka Tour by - Kazi Ahmed [03:05]
I was born in Bangladesh and grew up in Dhaka. Now live in Key West, Florida. I took this video during my trip, captured few moments of the busy people's life and the traffic by nearby Hotel Regency, Khilkhet. Dhaka is thriving city now in the world with many well known foreign banks, hotels, IT firms, manufacturing firms including largest garments industry. Even though I live in USA but do miss the smell of the air from my native land.
Tags: Dhaka, Bangladesh, Khilkhet tour, Dhaka street life, Dhaka city vendors, Kazi Ahmed, Dhaka life, rainbowbrushkazi

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