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  • Traditional Metal Craft in Dhamrai

    Visitors to the vibrant city of Dhaka may want to consider spending some time exploring the nearby upazilla of Dhamrai, home to artisans who continue the age-old traditions of metal craft ...

  • History and Culture in Rajshahi

    Located on the northern banks of the Padma River in western Bangladesh, Rajshahi is one of the country's seven metropolitan cities and serves as the divisional headquarters of the Rajshahi ...

  • Bangladeshi Crafts: Nakshi Pati

    As with many of the traditional crafts of Bangladesh, nakshi pati is rich with symbolism and closely tied in with rituals treasured through generations. In ancient times the decorative ...

  • The Tangail District of Bangladesh

    Situated on the banks of the Louhajang River, the town of Tangail is the main town of the Tangail District, Dhaka Division, Bangladesh. Tangail is renowned for its delicate traditional ...

  • Sonargaon’s Deserted City – Panam Nagar

    Located about a half a kilometer away from the Sonargaon Folk Art Museum, Panam Nagar is well worth a visit when exploring this region of Bangladesh. Dating back to the late-13th century ...

  • Tajhat Palace in Rangpur

    Located in the Rangpur Division in northern Bangladesh, the city of Rangpur has a number of interesting attractions visitors may want to add to their touring itineraries. These include the ...

  • Organic Farming Trends in Bangladesh

    Accounts of habitat destruction and misuse of natural resources are all too common in Bangladesh, and indeed in other parts of the world, so it is especially interesting to discover that ...

  • Bangladeshi Crafts: Nakshi Pakha

    The ancient craft of decorative fan-making, known as Nakshi Pakha, is still practiced in many areas of Bangladesh today, both for practical and decorative purposes. Different natural ...

  • Rhesus Macaques: Fascinating Old World Monkeys

    Rhesus macaques, more often referred to as Rhesus monkeys and also known as Nazuri monkeys, have the widest geographical distribution of any non-human primate and are found in a broad ...

  • Visit the Scenic Lawachara National Park

    Located within the West Bhanugach Reserved Forest, around 60 km from Sylhet, the Lawachara National Park consists of lush tropical and subtropical coniferous and broadleaf forests, with ...