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Bangladesh the land of beauty, the land of river.



"Life Is What You Make It"


It was raining all night and after a brief break, it started raining again. The weather is still warm and humid even it was pouring down. i was waiting in the car for my friends to return and wasn't very happy about the performance of the 2x II Extender attached with my 70-200mm. cause of the rain and dark clouds, all day relatively stayed on the darker side. It made me wondered if a flash photography is possible for shooting birds in flight, lol.


I was parked infront of student hall and there is a road reaching extending out towards the main road. As Friday was public holiday, it made the road stay empty most of the time. The rain was changing its pattern from drizzle to shower to cats & dogs. I was sort of enjoying the sound of rain all around me, it was relaxing.


I was thinking about taking some pictures of the rain but with the extender attached, I thought it would be a bad idea. There wasn't anything to shoot anyway. To my delight, a dancing figure emerged from the curve, I saw her red dress in the distance in the dark. She was all jumpy splashing water here and there enjoying the rain, a happy face all around.


I opened my window but the rain was very angry, in few seconds, the lens hood got covered with water drops. I shot few times and found totally dark pictures. I have changed the setting but the girl was moving further more. Finally I had two/three shots before she disappeared. She never saw me thanks to my crappy extender.


She was a little one, what was fascinating about her was that she was holding her hands out and was feeling the rain drops. Her smile was wide open and clearly she was out of the world in her mind enjoying every bit of rain. I don't remember my 1st rain, but every summer during the 1st rain, I do feel going out and enjoy a splash.


There is sadness in this picture. A lonely kid on the street never makes a happy scene. This picture speaks to me, but I don't recognize its language. Maybe it's the picture of loneliness masquerade in rain in a shape of immature heart on the road of life or it's just a picture of the rain, nothing else.


Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM + Canon EF 2x II Extender

Camera: Canon EOS 5D


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Emon maanob jonom

aar paabey naa.

Baarey baarey aar aasha hobey naa.


Ey mon...




ekkhana bhalo chhobir jonno

juddho kori...


___Gobindo Haldar

Dhamrai, Bangladesh, 2014

Shirajgonj, Bangladesh

Munsiganj, Bangladesh, 2014


In the south western part of Bangladesh, in the district of greater Khulna, lies the Sundarbans, "the beautiful forest." It is a virgin forest which until recently owed nothing to human endeavour and yet nature has laid it out with as much care as a planned pleasure ground. For miles and miles, the lofty treetops form an unbroken canopy, while nearer the ground, works of high and ebb-tide marked on the soil and tree trunks and the many varieties of the natural mangrove forest have much to offer to an inquisitive visitor.


Here land and water meet in many novel fashions. Wild life presents many a spectacle. No wonder, you may come across a Royal Bengal Tiger swimming across the streams or the crocodiles basking on the river banks. With the approach of the evening herds of deer make for the darking gladeswhere boisterous monkeys shower Keora leaves from above for sumptuous meal for the former. For the botanist, the lover of nature, the poet and the painter this land provides a variety of wonders for which they all crave.

Sundarban, Bangladesh

The National Parliament Building, is the National Assembly of Bangladesh, located at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar Nagar Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Designed by architect Louis Kahn, the complex, which accommodates all Bangladesh's seven parliaments, is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world, comprising of 200 acres (800,000 m²).

The building was featured prominently in the 2003 film “My Architect”, detailing the career and familial legacy of its architect, Louis Kahn. The National Parliament of Bangladesh is regarded as one of the twentieth century's most significant buildings by many experts.

Construction began in 1961 by President Ayub Khan, the then president of Pakistan as a permanent building for the federal legislature of both West Pakistan and East Pakistan and was completed after Bangladesh’s war of independence and after several decades — on 28 January, 1982. The complex opened the following month on 15 February for the eighth (and last) session of the second parliament of Bangladesh and has since operated as the sole complex for the National Assembly.


EXPLORED This image has been captured at Birishiri, Netrokona, Bangladesh.


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Sundarban, Bangladesh

This picture taken by Canon 7D with 10-18mm Lens from Ijarakanda village in Araihajar Thana, Narayanganj.

Mymensingh, Bangladesh, 2012.

This picture taken by Canon 7D with 10-18mm Lens from Ijarakanda village in Araihajar Thana, Narayanganj.

sreemongal railway station at midnight waiting for the overnight train to chittagong

I sing proudly our national anthem,"Amar Sonar Bangla, Ami tomay bhalobasi". And I feel proud to be a Bangladeshi. This is my beautiful Bangladesh and the best country ever.

Bangladesh the land of water the land of green.The land of beauty.

"My friend came to me

with sadness in his eyes

he told me that he wanted help

before his country dies.

Although I couldn't feel the pain

I knew I had to try

Now I'm asking all of you

to help us save some lives


Bangladesh, Bangladesh"~ George Harrison


♪ ♫ ♩ ♬



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Bangladesh, Kodak Portra 400,


Taken at St. Martin Island Bangladesh .


The land...

Where my mother is resting peacefully.


I made a slide show on Bangladesh. flickr doesn't allow a video over 90 second of length therefore, I uploaded the slide show on a different site. I wanted to make a slide show on rivers of Bangladesh, but I was not convinced because I did not have enough photographs on rivers of Bangladesh. However, it was not a big issue!


There are far more beautiful countries in the world than Bangladesh. However, this is the country where I started from. This is the land where my umbilical cord was buried and in this very land, we laid down our mother for her final rest. Hence, this is the sacred land to me.


Whenever I have some money, I borrow some extra to buy 4 plain tickets to to go to that amazing country to visit my loved ones. If I am given the choice of visiting "Mecca or Bangladesh?" "Off course Bangladesh" I WILL say.


Please click on this link Nodir Gaan to watch the slide show and listen to the instrumental to feel the magic of this wonderful land. Listen to the music with high volume. Kee aasay jeeboney!

Bangladesh Agricultural Other of the main food rice & crops is paddy planting time winter and spring in main period, so of Agricultural food crops their have no per hed land ratio public the number of cultivable land is much less....So That is the farmers and his rice planting in a pond chest.... .

Location: Shahbag

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Kawran Bazar, Dhaka | 2017

Buriganga River, Munshiganj, Bangladesh


Aami eley

Bijoy Dibosh udjapito hoy...


Taken from Haila hawor, Srimongol, Bangladesh


Aami eley

dhan kata hoy.

Dhan kholaay jome othhe,

bikeler khela-dhula...


Bangladesh Wallpaper made by Bengali Bum. Pictured players are Mashrafee Mortoza and Tamim Iqbal. The pictures are from a warm up match between BD vs NZ which BD won by 2 wickets.


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A 5 line highway in Bangladesh. The obvious two lanes, two hard shoulders and our driver managed to find a 5th lane along the dotted line

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