August 8, 2010

Film of Bangladesh

Bangladesh are getting so many international award from home and abroad of top level festival committee. There are some picture are given following :    

Matir Moina (The Clay Bird)
The Clay Bird takes place in the late ’60s, in East Pakistan, on the eve of a violent revolution that created the independent state of Bangladesh. Anu (Nurul Islam Bablu) lives together along with his fundamentalist Muslim brother, Kazi (Jayanto Chattopadhyay), who practices homeopathic medicine. Anu’s brother, Ayesha (Rokeya Prachy) was seven times a spirited girl, but she’s become morose in subservience to her increasingly taciturn husband. Anu also has a sweet but sickly tiny brother, Asma. Milon, Kazi’s more youthful brother, is involved in local politics, protesting against Pakistan’s military rule. They also takes Anu to the lively local Hindu festivals.


Birds of Bangladesh

We search many journal and find out the avifauna of Bangladesh includes a total of 466 species, of which 1 has been introduced by humans, and 7 are rare or accidental. 8 species listed are extirpated in Bangladesh and are not included in the species count. 35 species are globally threatened.

1. Great-Crested-Grebe

2. Red-tailed Tropicbird

3. Spot-billed Pelican (Pelecanus philippensis) in Uppalapadu

4. Red-footed Booby (Sula sula)

5. Indian Cormorant


May 5, 2010

Closeup1 2008 - Dhina - Bhondu Tumi Koi

Singer - Dhina, Song Title - Bhondu Tumi Koi


April 26, 2010

Bangladeshi Next Generation Singer Beauty

Beauty is the next generation singer of bangladesh, her favorites song lalongitee, in this video she sung an old bangla song.


Bangla Song of Salma

CloseUp1 2008, Chittagong Audition, April, 2008.


April 2, 2010

Lalbagh Fort, Department of Archaeology of Bangladesh

Lalbagh Fort situated in old Dhaka of Lalbagh area. It is known as "Fort Aurangabad" is an incomplete Mughal palace fortress at the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of old Dhaka, Bangladesh. Lalbagh Fort's construction was commenced in 1678 by Prince Muhammad Azam during his 15 month long vice-royalty of Bengal.

Before the work could complete, Prince Muhammad Azam was recalled by Aurangzeb. In the period of Shaista Khan did not complete the work, though he stayed in Dhaka up to 1688.

Outstanding among the monuments of the Lalbagh Fort are the Tomb of Pari Bibi (Fairy lady) died here in 1684 and led him to consider the fort to be ominous. Audience room and Hummam Khana (bathing place) of Nawab Shaista Khan, now housing a museum.

Lalbagh fort was long considered of three buildings:

1. The mosque
2. The tomb of Bibi Pari
3. The Diwan-i-Aam, comprising two gateways and a portion of the partly damaged fortification wall.

Lalbagh fort excavations carried out by the Department of Archaeology of Bangladesh. Lalbagh fort's some picture are given.


April 1, 2010

Liberation Memorial in Bangladesh

Liberation Memorial

The Dhaka city suffered considerable damage during the year of 1971 war for independence from Pakistan before becoming the capital of newly independent Bangladesh in late 1971.



Sonargaon the ancient capital of the period of Isa Khan's kingdom

Sonargaon was the ancient capital of the period of Isa Khan's kingdom in Bengal. The kingdom in Bengal Isa Khan's Capial sonargaon is located near the current day city of Narayanganj, Bangladesh. The great Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta visited this ancient capital in the 14th century. Sonargaon is the eastern terminus of the Grand Trunk Road, which was built by Sher Shah Suri in the 16th century, and Sonargaon extends approximately 2500 kilometres across northern India and Pakistan to Peshawar in Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province.

Sonargaon about 29 km from Dhaka zero point, Sonargaon is one of the oldest capitals of Bengal. It was the seat of Deva Dynasty until the 13th century. From then onward till the advent of the Maghals, Sonargaon was a subsidiary capital of the Sultanate of Bangal. Among the ancient monuments still intact are the Tomb of Sultan Ghiasuddin 1399-1409 A.D., the shrines of Panjpirs and Shah Abdul Alla and a beautiful mosque in Goaldi village. A folk-art Museum has been established at Sonargaon in the of Jainul Abadin Karushilpa Faundation.

In the area of sonargaon under-construction 'Banglar Taj Mahal' in Narayanganj attracts huge crowd taht place as people enjoying Eid holiday throng to see the replica of Taj Mahal, being built at a cost of around Tk 400 crore.

Historic places

1. Ruins of Bara Sardar Bari, a building at Sonargaon, Isa Khan's capital

2. Ruins of Sonargaon, Isa Khan's capital

3. Sonargaon's `Lok Shilpa Jadughar', was a part of ancient capital Isa Khan's capital.

4. The Panam City was the center of the upper-middleclass people of 19th century Sonargaon.

5. Musa Khan's Masjid, the Mosque beside the grave of Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah in Shahidullah Hall of the University of Dhaka is a marked work and the Mosque was made by Isa Khan or son of him, Musa Khan.

6. The Fort of Hajiganj was the main tactical fort of Isa Khan in front of Meghna, Shitalakhya and Brahmaputra.

7. The fort across the river, few miles away in the capial of Sonargaon.


Ahsan Manzil is a historical heritage site of Bangladesh

Ahsan Manzil is the property of Dhaka Nawab Estate. Ahsan Manzil is a historical heritage site of Bangladesh in old Dhaka.

It was the residence of the Nawabs family of Dhaka. The construction of the Ahsan Manzil was begun in 1859 and completed in 1872. Abdul Ghani named it Ahsan Manzil after his son Nawab Khwaja Ahsanullah. The newly built palace first came to be known as the Rang Mahal. When in 1952 the Dhaka Nawab State was acquired under the East Bengal Estate Acquisition Act, it became impossible for the successors of the Nawabs to maintain the palace due to financial constraints. Nawab Khwaja Habibullah started living at Paribag Green House soon after the acquisition of the zamindari. After Nawab family termination the Ahsan Manzil was long time abondoned. Now it is turned into a museum. The beautiful house bears the rich cultural and historical heritage. It is an important Moghal monument of the 19th century. This Estate constructed of red sandstone. It is tow-storied superior building. It has 31 rooms with 23galleries displaying portraits, furniture and household articles used by the Nawabs.

There are many foreigners come to visit this visiting with our countries historical heritage sites this Nawab Estate ‘Ahsan Manzil’. Many bangladeshi are also come to see this palace.

“The Ahsan Manzils” museum is very nice of his every part. This museum decorated to used by the Nawabs household many articles. This Estates second floor decorated for museum. There has a Model, Octagonal Table, Ivory works, Elephant skull with Tusk, Electric Meter, Electric kettle, Inaugural ceremony of Dhaka electric supply, Founder leaders of the all India Muslim Leagues photo (1906), State bed room, War-materials, Rocking chair etc.

I really pleased to see the museums all display. Like;
Model: Silver, Filigree work.
Ahsan Manzil palace before the tornado of 1888 A.D. This model was purchased by the then Dhaka Nawabe Estate.
Length: 14''
Width: 14 ¾"
Weight:326 Tola (3786gm)
19th century A.D.

“The Ahsan Manzils” museum's some photos are given following :

Octagonal Table: Metal Table with Tortoise-legs used by the Nawabs.

19th century A.D. Have a photo of founder leaders of the all India Muslim league (1906). Have fruit- Dish(german silver porcelain and metal), Soap-case(metal), Pot with LID(metal), Otto-pot (silver), Rose-water sprinkler(silver), Aftaba (metal), Surahi (metal), Hukaa vase(metal), LID of the chillum (metal), Dry Battery(porcelain), Jug(porcelain), Electric meter(metal), Electric Kettle(metal), Flower-vase, Hukkah vase, Spotton (metal), Khasdan (silver),  Pandan (metal), Candle stand(object used by the Nawabs), Water Tup(metal), Water glass,  Inaugural ceremony of Dhaka Electric Supply(Imagined painding, 7 December,1901 A.D) etc.

Elephant Skull with Tusk: Among many elephant this named "Feroz Jung" was very faithful and favorites to Nawab Abdul Ghani.

State bed room: This state bed room have a bed, Almirah, Dressing-table etc.
I astonished to see the museum and enjoying we are all.

Ahsan Manjil
Information Officers (According to the Information Right Act. 2009)
2) Ahsan Manzil Museum , Dhaka
Dr. Mohd. Alamgir
Deputy Keeper
Phone : +880-2-7391122
Entry Fee for single entry:  BDT 2.00(two) only
April to September
Saturday to Wednesday : 10:30  to 17:30
October to March
Saturday to Wednesday : 09:30 to 16:30
Friday : 15:30 to 19:30

Holidays :
Thursday and Government holidays.


March 2, 2010

National museum of Bangladesh

Bangladesh national museum

Bangladesh national museum's are the main museum of Bangladesh. Bangladesh national museum is situated in shahbag and its located at the central point of the city.

The museum contains a large number of interesting collections including sculptures and paintings of the Hindu, Buddhist and Muslim periods as well as inscriptions of the Holy Quran in Arabic and Persian letters and Bengali works in the Arabic script.

The museum has a rich collection of old coins, metal images, books on art, silver filigree works etc. The memorial museum though established in 1913 it was refurbished and opened in the year 1983.

The museum open for public visiting from Friday to Wednesday, 9 am to 6 pm. Your mind must be going to the old era when you visit this Bangabandhu memorial museum.

Bangabandhu memorial museum

The leader of Bangladesh independnts war and Bangladesh Awami League died in 15 Aug 1975 in his racidence. Now this house are Bangabandhu memorial museum is situated at road no. 32 Dhanmondi R/A. The residence of the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has been turn in to a museum. It contains rare collection of personal effects and photographs of his lifetime. This three stored building as known as Bangabandhu Bhaban. This building turned in to a museum in year 1997.

Bangabandhu memorial museum open 10am to 6pm from Thursday to Tuesday, Wednesday closed.


Lalbagh Fort in Old Dhaka

Lalbagh Fort

The Lalbagh fort of Aurangabad, popularly known as the Lalbagh Fort. Lalbagh Fort built in 1678 AD by the then Viceroy of Bengal Prince Mohammad Azam, son of the Mughal Emperor Aurangazeb. The Lalbagh Fort has a three storied structure with slender minarets at the South Gate. Lalbagh Fort has many hidden passages and a mosque of massive structure. Outstanding among the monuments of the Lalbagh Fort are the Tomb of Pari Bibi (Fairy lady) and Audience room and Hummam Khana call in english bathing place of Nawab Shaista Khan. Lalbagh Fort now housing a museum.

The Lalbagh Fort was the scene of bloody battle during the first war of independence 1857, when 260 spays stationed here backed by the people revolted against British forces. Lalbagh Fort is one of the great historical places of Mughal era. A small museum is there in this Lalbagh fort where you will find the clothes and weapons of the Mughols.

Lalbagh fort is situated in the old town of Dhaka at Lalbagh.

Lalbagh Fort open public visiting on 10 am-5 pm Sunday to Friday & Saturday is closed.


Ahsan Manjil museum in Old Dhaka

Ahsan Manjil museum

Ahsan Manjil was built in 1872 and standing on the river Buriganga. Ahsan Manjil stately building offers the visitors a feeling of the life-style of the Nawabs family of Dhaka. Sometimes known as the Pink Palace, Ahsan Manjil building now houses a splendid museum.

Ahsan Manjil was the residence of the Nawabs. Nawab Abdul Gani renovated this building in the year 1872 and named it after his son Khaza Ahasanullah.

On the bank of river Buriganga in Dhaka the Pink majestic, Ahsan Manjil has been renovated and turned into a museum recently. Ahsan Manjil is an epitome of the nation's rich cultural heritage. Todays renovated Ahsan Manjil a monument of immense historical beauty.

Ahsan Manjil has 31 rooms with a huge dome atop which can be seen from miles around. It now has 23 galleries in 31 rooms displaying of traits, furniture and household articles and utensils used by the Nawab.

Ahsan Manjil museum Open for public visiting from 9 am- 5 pm from Saturday to Wednesday and 3-5 pm on Friday. Thursday is close.




Dhaka is the bigest magacity in the world. Its located at center of the country has an area of 31119 sq. km and a population of 38.678 million.

It has 17 districts and 64 municipalities. Main rivers of this division are padma, jamuna, meghna, old brahmaputra, dhaleshwari, shitalakshya, brahmaputra, buriganga, arial khan.

Many people come to Dhaka for their serive for busincess purpose. Madhupur and Bhawal Garhs are located to the northern parts of Dhaka, in Gazipur, southern part of Mymensingh and eastern part of Tangail districts; Garo hills are located in Mymensingh district. Dhaka stands on the bank of the river Buriganga.


Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. The city is known as the city of mosque, muslin and rickshaws. It has attracted travellers from far and near through ages. Dhaka as the capital of Bangladesh has grown into a busy city of about ten million people with an area of about 1353 sq. km. It is the center of industrial, commercial, cultural, educational and political activities for Bangladesh. Having a happy blending of old and new architectural trends, Dhaka has been developing fast as a modern city and is throbbing with activities in all spheres of life.


February 15, 2010

21 February, Intl Mother Language Day

Amar bhaier rokte rangano ekushe February

Events - 1952

From the begining for Language demand of Bangla, March held on 4 February 1952 at Nawabpur Road, Dhaka. Urdu-Bengali controversy was reignited when Jinnah's successor, governor-general Khawaja Nazimuddin, staunchly defended of the meeting the Urdu-only policy in a speech on 27 January 1952.

The meeting was held on the University of Dhaka premises on 21 February 1952

On this day at nine o'clock in the morning, students began gathering on the University of Dhaka premises in defiance of Section 144. The university vice-chancellor and other officials were present as armed police surrounded the campus.

The vice-chancellor asked police to stop firing and ordered the students to leave the area. However, the police arrested several students for violating section 144 as they attempted to leave.

When a group of students sought to storm into the building, police opened fire and killed a number of students, including Abdus Salam, Rafiq Uddin Ahmed, Abul Barkat and Abdul Jabbar. As the news of the killings spread, disorder erupted across the city. Shops, offices and public transport were shut down and a general strike began. At the assembly, six legislators including Manoranjan Dhar, Boshontokumar Das, Shamsuddin Ahmed and Dhirendranath Datta requested that chief minister Nurul Amin visit wounded students in hospital and that the assembly be adjourned as a sign of mourning.

This motion was supported by some of the treasury bench members including Maulana Abdur Rashid Tarkabagish, Shorfuddin Ahmed, Shamsuddin Ahmed Khondokar and Mosihuddin Ahmed. However Nurul Amin refused the requests.



21 February

Independence and Language Movement of BANGLADESH. I Dedicate this to all BANGOLIS who have sacrificed their lives.


January 31, 2010

Rangpur District of Bangladesh

Travels in Rangpur District

Rangpur is the district in Northern part of Bangladesh. It is a part of Rajshahi Division.

Rangpur District selected from the bordered on the north by Nilphamari District, on the south by Gaibandha District, on the

east by Kurigram, and on the west by Dinajpur district. Rangpur town is the district headquarters. The soil composition is

mainly alluvial soil (80%) of the Teesta River basin, and the remaining is barind soil. The temperature ranges from 32

degrees Celsius to 11 degrees Celsius, and the annual rainfall averages 2931 mm.

The district has 3 municipalities, namely, Rangpur Main (Sadar), Badarganj, and Haragach, and eight Upazilas, namely:

* Badarganj
* Gangachara
* Kaunia
* Rangpur Sadar
* Mithapukur
* Pirgachha
* Pirganj
* Taraganj

Rangpur town, covering an area of around 43 square kilometers, lies on the bank of the Ghaghat river, and was turned into a

municipality back in 1869. The population of the Rangpur municipality as of 2006 is 251,699, with 52% male and 48% female,

and the literacy rate is 54.6%.


Rangpur University is the only university in Rangpur district. The Rangpur Medical College, situated in Ranpur is one of

the major government medical colleges in Bangladesh. Carmichael College, established in 1916 by some leading zamindars, is

a postgraduate college offering courses in 14 subjects in the faculties of arts, social science, science and commerce. The

most renowned school in this region are Cantt. Public School & College, Rangpur (CPSCR) and Rangpur Zilla School. Zilla

School is established in 1832, this higher secondary school is known for the quality of education it offers.

Other prominent educational institutions include Rangpur Govt. College, Begum Rokeya College and Govt. Commercial Institute.

Besides there is one polytechnic institute, one vocational institute, around 282 high schools, 722 government primary

schools, 38 junior high schools, 193 NGO operated schools and almost 370 Madrasahs in Rangpur.

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