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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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Beautiful Bangladesh


Beautiful Bangladesh

The country where I live in is Bangladesh. It’s a small but density populated country. About 135 million of people live within its 147570 square kilometers area. It got its independence from Pakistani rule in 1971 through a blood-shed liberation war of nine month. I love my motherland not only because I born and brought up here but, because it its evergreen nature, beauties six season, it’s flowing rivers, its verities of birds and so on.


My motherland is gifted with very fertile soil. Its fertility is maintained as rivers carry alluvium to them. So, plenty of rice, jute, sugarcane, potato, tobacco, pulse, oil, seed, vegetable, spices, tea, etc are grown here. Our seasonal fruits like is mango, jack fruit, litchi, guava, black berry, pineapple, banana, coconut, water melon etc are great attraction to the people of home and aboard. Our six season appear to is with six different look. Each of them has an identical character. Spring is the best of them and termed as king of season. Hot and dryness of summer is sub-situated by its sweet and fleshy fruits. Coldness of winter is balanced by the date juice and different vegetables like Cauliflower, cabbage, tomato, carrot, radish, brinjal, bean etc.


In autumn the fields look like a vast sheet of gold due to the ripe paddy of golden color. The rainy season appears with a different attraction. Sometimes it’s rains for days together. The fields, canals, tanks and rivers are full of water. The nature looks like a vast sheet of silver. Moving around by country boats is of great interest in this season. Our water reservoirs are full varieties of tasty fishes.


We are fortunate that we have several world heritage sites. Sundarbans, the only mangrove forest of the world is one of them. We have the longest sea beach of 155 Kms at Cox’s Bazar. Our national economy is mostly depending upon agriculture. Little development occurred here in industrial sector. Due its poor literacy rate national progress and development is very slow. Acute unemployment caused us to be drowned in corruption, violence and social crime. Even then people of different religion live here with peace and harmony. I feel very proud when the foreign visitors praise our hospitality.

Abdullah Al Mamun

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