Bangladesh is a country of all the colors, cultures and festivals. Numerous occasions are held throughout the year. The country is full of diverse cultures, religions and races. Here, we bring you the 15 most popular festivals of Bangladesh.   Religious Festivals 1. Eid Ul Fitr: This is the most joyful occasion of all Muslims across

With the largest sea beach in the world, we, Bangladeshi, are blessed with numerous beautiful sea beach in the world. Our world is filled with amazing natural beauties. The sea beach makes the overall natural landscape outstanding. In this highly researched article, we have tried to give you an overall concept of the sea beaches

Chapainawabganj district is called the Capital Of Mango. The largest Mango market in Bangladesh (2nd largest in Asia) is located at Kansat in Shibganj Upazila of Chapainawabganj district. There are many mango gardens in the Charghat and Baghai of Rajshahi, but if you want to enjoy the original taste of mango garden, you have to

The Indigenous People of Bangladesh are living mostly in the Chittagong Hilly areas. The communities are defined as distinct people socially, economically, and politically. They are also known as Tribal People or Ethnic Group or Minorities in Bangladesh. The life and culture of the Indigenous people are extremely fascinating. They are mostly from Buddhists. Some

From ancient times, we have the attraction for the mysterious things. With the passes of time, many unknown things in the world have become clear to us. On the other hand, a lot of things remain as interpretive as before. Yet, the mysterious lovers are hunting the reason behind the miracle matters. There are also

Bangladesh is the land of natural resources and also is the place where you will find culture being mixed in everyone’s vein. Culture, our very own heritage is what makes us into a Bangladeshi. Culture, religion, ancient traditions these are all that we are all following it through our heart. Speaking of religion, Bangladesh is

The successor of muslin textile knocks the name of Jamdani first. The Saree lovers call it with admiring Madhabi, Malancha, Mala or Jui Phool, Terehya, HazaraButi, Chida. In the first place, the woven fabric in cotton which figured or flowered blows the mind of the Saree lovers. The history of Jamdani bears the geometric or floral