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  • Maulvi Bazar’s Tea Gardens and Attractions

    The Sylhet Division is located in the North-Eastern region of Bangladesh. Within this division is a picturesque district called Maulvi Bazar. It covers an area of approximately two thousand ...

  • Buddha Purnima Festival in Bangladesh

    According to the Buddhist religion, Buddha was incarnated as Santos Kumar. After fulfilling his life in this form, he was living in paradise until he was approached by the gods and asked if ...

  • The Bihari People in Bangladesh

    The Bihari are spread out across a wide area, with this unique ethnic group found in West Bengal, Pakistan, North India, Maharashtra and Bangladesh. They have a rich history and spread out ...

  • Celebrating Kali Puja in Bangladesh

    Kali Puja is a Hindu festival that is celebrated in Bangladesh in the month of Ashwin (around October or November). Shiva is one of the three gods of the Hindu Triad, and Kali is one of his ...

  • Golfing Champion Siddikur Rahman

    Born in Bangladesh on 20 November 1984, and currently resident in the capital city of Dhaka, Mohammad Siddikur Rahman is a professional golfer participating in the Asian PGA Tour. Played in ...

  • Atisha – Buddhist Scholar and Teacher

    While there may be some controversy regarding the actual date of his birth and of his death, it is widely accepted that Atiśa Dipankara Shrijnana, referred to simply as Atisha, was a notable ...

  • History of Shahbag in Dhaka

    Shahbag, located in the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka, is a large neighborhood in the city and is today a very important hub for transportation, as well as the border between the New and Old ...

  • Sufia Kamal 100th Anniversary Celebrated

    On 20 June 1911, the famous Sufia Kamal was born, and yesterday (20 June 2011) Bangladesh celebrated the 100th anniversary of one the most influential writers and poets of the country. Not ...

  • Discover the Beautiful Bay of Bengal

    The beautiful Bay of Bengal forms the southern border of Bangladesh, and washes the shores of neighboring Myanmar and India, joining the vast Indian Ocean to the south. As the largest ...

  • Mahasthangarh – A Window to the Past

    The ancient archeological site of Mahasthangarh is believed to date back as far as 700 BC and appears to have been occupied right up to the 1700s. Mahasthangarh is located in the Shibganj ...