Railway is the name of a transport in world. We can easily travel with Railway. Bangladesh has a railway service which name is Bangladesh railway service. Bangladesh railway service is a popular transportation system in the country. There are some railway roots in the country. There are some digital railway services are available in the world.
In recent, an allifated express railway added in Bangladesh. This is a digital railway in the country. The transportation cost of the railway service is very little. The railway service is a government organization. There some railway station in the country by which trains are running. So railway service is a popular and rural transportation system in the country.
Museums are the place in where all kinds of chronological elements are located and displayed for the common people. There are lots of historical elements which are collected from different historical places and stored in the museums. People of different culture have been coming to museums to see the historical things. Some museums entrance are free and some museums entrance take some cost which is very little. Some of museums are national and some are international museums all stored things which are collected nationally and internationally from the museums which are very much helpful for exploring our knowledge about the past and historical equipment.
Antique means the old or ancient item which can be collectible. An antique item belongs to the personal emotional connection with the item, the beauty of the item, the unavailability of the item. Generally an antique item represents the culture or the era of the previous age.
Where the antique items are available for sell as well as purchase is called an antique shop. An antique shop is not very available at local market. The price level of the antique item is starts from very lower to extremely higher. Basically an antique shop has many types of antique items and the price of those items are depends on their quality and availability. There are many of the antique items which pass through many or multiple antique collector collection. Anyone can collect the antique items from those shops.
Fine Arts in Bengal is an oasis of culture in the region. It is situated in Dhanmondi, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Even before entering the gallery itself, visitors from the rest of the garden with its picturesque and lush bamboo fragrant Kathal Chapa are welcomed. The name “Bengal Gallery” is engraved on a wooden block in the middle of a mural of birds, houses and human figures – bring a touch of art treasures inside yourself.
Entering the gallery, visitors are welcomed by the artistic beauty at its best, as the ground floor rooms have different sizes of paintings by local and international artists. Natural light in the art spaces highlight in a very pleasant and the walls are wide enough to display large paintings to their best advantage.
Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts was established in 2000 and has. Than a first-class art gallery in Bangladesh The gallery organizes exhibitions and shows. Works by over 250 artists, both local and international, since its inception In collaboration with the Government of India, China, Turkey and the United Kingdom, the Bengal Gallery has exhibited the works of the best artists in the country. The gallery hosts many workshops where local and international artists have the opportunity to share their passion for art. Bengal Gallery also organized exhibitions of artists from Bangladesh into other parts of the world, including New York, the United States and in Brussels, Belgium, and therefore continue to introduce artists from Bangladesh immense talent for art lovers across the borders of Bangladesh.
Undoubtedly, a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts in Bengal in the itinerary of visitors to include art lovers to explore Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital.
There are some great places for bird watching in Bangladesh: forests, mountains and even areas of choice in and around most of the lakes. However, if you do not know what you are looking for, then you could sleep or go in search of the Bengal tiger.
The Magpie Robin or Doel is the national bird of Bangladesh. One of the most popular birds in towns and villages. Shy, quiet and calm during the breeding season, but it is known that a complete change of character often seen hanging bushes and trees sway gently in the hope of pulling to make a partner.
Visible during the breeding season when the males vigorously Doel (equivalent birdsong Barry White) cup of your favorite tree or post, singing mainly in the early morning and evening. The song is Shake doel accentuated by the tail with white fringe. The Doel also happens to be a very good mimic other bird songs (that’s a good thing to know if you are looking for a partner) be. He jealously its territory breeding males invaders and play with all kinds of birds machismo as a swollen chest, strutting an overview of arrogance (as expected to be in Naples Italy – only that we are not talking of the birds).
The Shalik or a star is a very common bird in Bangladesh. A common myna is about the size of a robin. Their colors range from rich brown wine into the bottom of the breast to deep black on the head, neck and upper chest. He has a small white are at the bottom of its wings and beak and legs bright yellow. This myna feeds on plants, insects and worms. Often builds its nest in crevices of buildings. It is a noisy bird that is common to houses and buildings. Therefore, you need not go far to find one myna you put in your field of vision binoculars. It is often seen in chickens or perched on the backs of cattle.
Since his return to the United States, mynas are easy to learn to imitate the human voice and can speak, sing and whistle.
Meanwhile, the kingfisher or Machhhranga very common in Bangladesh River Delta. Twelve varieties of kingfishers have been recorded, including Bang brown white wing-Collard, red and black cap kingfisher rare.
Kaththokra or the peak has an incredible 22 different in the country, especially in the Sundarbans.
And finally, the red-cockaded woodpecker is increasingly identified as a rare and endangered species in Bang, their classification listed a little safer.
It is not really to catch the joy of bird watching. A Field Guide, a good pair of binoculars and a little patience. Visit the link Bangladesh.com visited reliable point of contact for travel agencies that can provide transportation to the best birding spots in the region.
Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque Located in the southwest of Dhaka, in the area of Atish Khana, visitors can discover the Mridha Mohammad Khan mosque near the famous Lalbagh Fort, an inscription dated about AD 1704-1705 mosque, at the time of Farrukh Siyar was as deputy governor of Dhaka. Probably the architect behind the structure was Mridha Muhammad Khan, who gave his name to the mosque.
What distinguishes the mosque Mohammad Khan Mridha except that separate support all the other buildings, so to see that enough space for passengers, the mosque on all sides. The mosque is on a large platform with vaulted room used as a home away. This is known as tahkhana, they are mostly underground. The platform extends 38.10 meters by 28.96 meters, with a height of about 5.18 meters above the ground. On the eastern side of the stairs to the front door tahkhana the main mosque, which occupies only a small space at the top of the high platform.
An open space for prayer in front of the mosque, so., A supply of fresh air The prayer hall of the mosque has three domes. Above the central arch and central mihrab is Persian inscriptions describing the details of the construction of the mosque. The entries have the prayer room, multi-lobed arches and columns detail. North of the structure is a madrassa (Islamic school) with a hujra (Arcade), where visitors will be allowed to stand or sit.
The garden is well maintained and full of colorful flowers. A decommissioned and is located in the northern part of the garden, while the south is home to old palm trees – a tribute to the many years that the mosque still stands.
Mridha Mosque Mohammad Khan was appointed as a historical monument in 1913. Since then it has undergone several restorations, some of which were controversial nature. Nevertheless, it remains a fascinating historical and religious where visitors. The most popular travel Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka on the same street
Asian Art Biennale in Bangladesh in 1981 instead. His creation is not only the public the variety of art that expose in Bangladesh and abroad, but to support and develop young artists in their respective fields. Participating in each successive Asian Art Biennale, visitors can progress and innovation will be affected as a traditional art of the study of modern ideas and visions. The Asian Art Biennale 2008, the community show that the tradition and culture in harmony with modernity can be used to create a great work.
BSA, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, or be re-organized exhibition Asian Art Biennale art and mass culture will be held in three locations in Bangladesh. The rooms of the exhibition. The Bangladesh National Museum, the National Art Gallery of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and the city Osmani Memorial Visitors to the event, the exhibition a month, the 19th to November 2008 did see.
Asian Art Biennale is an international event with works by local artists and the works from countries such as Nepal, Iran, China, Thailand, Korea, Pakistan, Egypt, Chile, Japan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Romania, Turkey, Fiji, Italy, Saudi Arabia, and many more. Two plates of the Selection Committee for the Biennial of Asian art. A jury of selected exhibitions and other judges of the contest, the prizes and honorable mentions prizes to be awarded to the winners. The first group is composed of art critics and artists, and two members from Bangladesh and three foreign judges are appointed by the five-member team.
Two hundred and 34 artworks will be exhibited at the Biennale of Asian art, 2008 and the organizers have made sure to be other attractions of the area to be. Than two-day seminar The “Experience in new media in recent years,” workshop is an international event, at the 22nd and 23 October 2008. The event will be held in the auditorium of the Music and Dance Centre of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. Asian Art Biennial is a wonderful exhibition, the visitors. A look at the changing world of Asian art and international art in general It is a recommended exposure, everyone can enjoy.
Kantojiu is the ancient Hindu temple in Dinajpur district of Bangladesh. Built over a period of 50 years (1702-1752), the temple was started by Maharaja Pran Nath, and during the reign of his son Maharaja Ramnath. Temple Kantojiu presented first nine rounds typical architectural style nava-ratna, but the earthquake of 1897 destroyed the towers and was never rebuilt. However, the temple is an architectural marvel found with some of the finest examples of terracotta ornaments in Bangladesh.
Kantanagar alias, the Hindu temple built around a courtyard, reaches a height of 50 meters. The stone terrace is believed to have been transported from the ancient ruins of nearby Bannagar Gangarampur. Small square cells are at the four corners of the earth at the same time and on the first floor, which support earlier octagonal towers. Four separate routes around the rectangular prayer hall with three arched entrances on each side by columns richly decorated.
The most striking feature of the temple. Both a place of Hindu pilgrimage and tourist attraction, murals sound the all interior and exterior A number of issues in the work of art to be seen in terracotta. Lowest panels on the outer walls of the temple with floral with fully open flowers with leaves alternating with scenes of life in the moment and concentrate on the landed gentry. Panels make up hunting scenes and royal processions of camels, horses and elephants, as well as the nobility and soldiers in the costumes of Mughal bear arms dressed. Zamindars hookah smoking is, carriages, horses, boats and revelers loaded weapons squads of soldiers.
Panels above are mythological scenes of the birth of Krishna tried to kill the king Krishna Krishna Kangsa, killing Putana witch and demon Bakasura crane, lifting Govardhana Hill and the subsequent death of Keshi. In the south and east of the temple Kantojiu are scenes from the Ramayana, The North Face, the scenes from Krishna and Balarama – The elder brother of Krishna. The west side of the temple is focused on scenes from the legend of Krishna, including scenes that are still in rural Bangladesh – The transportation of milk and butter in nets hung from poles on the basis of the shoulder.
The Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh are good for the various ethnic groups that have lived there for generations, and many of their traditional customs unchanged known modern progress. There are eleven ethnic groups in the region – Marma, Tripura, Chakma, Tanchangya, Chak, Mru, Khumi, Pangkhua, Khyang, Lushai and Bawn – the latter being one of the largest tribes in number. The Bawm live mainly in the districts of Bandarban and Rangamati. They are native performed as “Lai”, which the group will be taken for part of the famous Lai Chin. Bawm Other names were mentioned by the authors are researchers and authorities in the past, Kuki, Zo, Bonjugi, Bonzogi, Bom, and Banzu Banjoos Bawmzo.
A sense of Bawm name is united, be shared or combined. Should be another meaning, which proposed a basket case, but it is generally accepted that this meaning is less likely. Oral traditions from generation to generation. To attribute Bawms warriors to capture their enemies and solve them as slaves Could result in front of his prisoners the tasks of slaves, the family is necessary to sacrifice a cock, wiping the blood from the feet of slaves, leading to a member of the family, but in a subordinate position him.
It is believed that the ancestors to settle the Bawm originating in China, the migration group by Myanmar and finally in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. There are similarities between the Kuki tribes Bawm and especially the custom of men with hair in a bun on the top of their heads. During the British rule Bawms many were wrongly classified as Kuki by the authorities.
The Bawm were a nomadic people with a very simple lifestyle and social structure. They cultivated the land with a slash and burn approach in densely forested areas. The Bawm was now more stable cultivation of land for the cultivation of rice, ginger and a variety of fruits and vegetables. The old culture of song, dance, rituals and rites between Bawm underwent a big change when Christianity was introduced to the community, Christian faith, and old habits are sometimes mixed. But in recent years there has been a return to the original habits, many of them motivated by the younger generation of the tribe. In 1985, the Economic and Social Council Bawm was to promote and protect these traditions for future generations.
Ahsan Manzil is one of the most important monuments of architecture in Bangladesh. This beautiful building is located on the banks of the river Buriganga beside Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. Ahsan Manzil was once the official residence of the Dhaka Nawab family and is now a museum on the history and culture of the region to preserve.
The palace has his residence, a colorful history and diverse, especially as the residence of Sheikh Enayetullah and a center of commerce in France, before being acquired in 1830 by the French and was Nawab Khwaja Alimullah. The final design was done under the leadership of Nawab Khwaja Abdul Ghani, who gave the name Ahsan Manzil. The 7th April 1888 severe damage to Ahsan Manzil was caused by a tornado, and the work on the reconstruction of the dome was added, making the building a more pronounced. An earthquake damaged the building again 12th June 1897, but the damage has been repaired.
Salimullah Khwaja was appointed Nawab of Dhaka in 1901 and formed the basis for all political activities Ahsan Manzil. Nawab Khwaja Salimullah was the initiator of the political party called All India Muslim League (AIML), which led to the creation of Pakistan as a Muslim state. Nawab Khwaja Salimullah was one of the main founders of the University of Dhaka, Dhaka Medical College and Salimullah Salimullah Muslim Hall of Dhaka University.
With changes in the political climate of the country Dhaka Nawab fell and financial constraints, it was impossible to maintain the successors of the Nawabs, the palace building enormous. Over the years, the palace has been taken over by squatters and became a slum. Fortunately, the Government of Bangladesh to recognize the historical and architectural value of Ahsan Manzil in 1985 and the building and its surroundings were acquired with the intention of a complete restoration. The renovations were completed in 1992 and Ahsan Manzil was created as an attraction of the museum.
Today, visitors from Bangladesh the opportunity to. Beautifully restored and preserved Ahsan Manzil in all its glory in their reflection on the activities that have taken place in the past that have contributed to the formation of nations see.