Videos tagged with "village"

Amar Ronger Gram - Mirrorchor,Biswanath,Sylhet Bangladesh. [17:23]
A collection of visual recordings of our village.I will be the first to admit the recording is terrible but the visuals and sounds are of sentemental value.The intention of this clip is to become a reference point for myself and family members as to how we can embellish the inheritance we have recevied from our late father (R). The nearest meanings from gazal; Colourful earth you have to let go and what ever you leave behind the earth will swallow.Who has love for this world,who has lost tears for this colourful earth? The call to leave can come anytime - to the grave.Before leaving make sure you see everybody,the good,the bad and even your enemies.

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

Puppies and Bengali Blades... [02:11]
Bitches love my new haircut and if they don't they're skanks... also Shawn and I have determined that bitches love pregnancies. Stumbled upon some cute puppies, I'm sure you'll agree. So it came time for me to get a haircut. Last one I had was when I had my head shaven when I lost VlogWars. Long time right? It was definitely time. So what's a guy to do in a rural village? Well... get a rural haircut ya dig? It took 2 hours and he trimmed the top of my head about 5 times... I assume if he went hair by hair it would have been about as long. Either way I'm happy with it, and Really happy with the price. Soooo let's kick the ballistics. Usually a villager will be charged 30-50 taka for a haircut that'd roughly 50 cents. I overpaid cause I'm rich and white (only one of those is true) and I gave him 300 taka... roughly 4 dollars... Even at the beauty school where I was getting my head hacked with a lawnmower by beginners I was being charged $5 plus tip. He was stoked to get 300 taka and I was stoked to get a haircut with such detail and for so little... Symbiotic relationships are a sweet sweet thing. 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 ...

My Bangladesh -e- Bari Biswanath,Sylhet Complimented With Sheikh Ain Uddin Al Azad's Nasheed. [04:16]
This ghazal may sound funny,it's the lyrics that i find poignant.Sheikh Ain Uddin Al Azad is a nasheed artist who aims to capture Bangladesh in all it's entity.The visuals are of our village - Mirrorchor,Biswanath,Sylhet,Bangladesh.

Srimangal - Episode 7 From bangladesh with love [22:15]
Frustrated and miserable Abrar decides he'll go ahead with his trip anyway. Abar goes to Srimangal and got amazed by the beauty of the Monipuri dance on the way to Srimangal. He goes to the nearby 'Khasia' village and explores the ethnic diversity of Bangladesh. Abrar finds a cinema hall and decides to go watch a Bangla film there. He gets to know about the famous hero 'Manna' and how the locals embrace their heroes amazes Abrar. Abrar learns about the 7 layered tea there and goes to the store to see it for himself. Meanwhile Abrar hasn't got a single text from the girl but is too busy enjoying himself in Srimongol to be upset. Abrar then takes the car to Madhabpur Lake to see the Blue lilies that only grow there and spend his evening relaxing by the lake. Does he realize something at the lake? Is it the time to set sail completely free? Where is the destination next? tobangladesh.com will reveal all the answers in the next episode.

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