I was Crossing the Railway station of Chittagong it was last Winter.all.of a sudden I noticed that two children Where sending their last Fairwell to the station they are leaving. I loved the pure expression, a Mixture of happiness & emotions. which makes me happy
Utterly grieved by the death of the nearest one, this man sits still beside a shrine. While a fly pokes at the corner of his death-stricken face, he doesn't move a bit. I was at the place for about an hour and did not see him move a bit other than blinking.
Eid, one of the biggest religious festivals for Muslims in Bangladesh. Leaving their family in the village, most people live in Dhaka to earn their living. For this festival, they get a long vacation and want to go to their village to celebrate Eid with their families. But most of the time this journey becomes a traumatic one. To ensure they get to the right place during their travels, they sometimes put their lives at stake. This is the true but ‘harsh reality’ behind the picture.
Love Of A Mother To her child
The black-naped monarch or black-naped blue flycatcher (Hypothymis azurea) is a slim and agile passerine bird belonging to the family of monarch flycatchers found in southern and south-eastern Asia. They are sexually dimorphic, with the male having a distinctive black patch on the back of the head and a narrow black half collar ("necklace"), while the female is duller with olive brown wings and lacking the black markings on the head. They have a call that is similar to that of the Asian paradise flycatcher, and in tropical forest habitats, pairs may join mixed-species foraging flocks. Populations differ slightly in plumage colour and sizes.
The adult male black-naped monarch is about 16 cm long, and is mainly pale azure blue apart from a whitish lower belly. It has a black nape and a narrow black gorget. The female is duller and lacks the black markings. Its wings and back are grey-brown. However, several geographically separated breeding populations differ in the extent and shade of markings. The Indian peninsula has subspecies H. a. styani(which subsumes H. a. sykesi of in which males have very distinct black markings and a whitish abdomen. Males of the Sri Lankan race H. a. ceylonensis lack the black nape and gorget and the shade is more purplish. The subspecies of the Andaman Islands, H. a. tytleri, has the underparts blue grey. The form on Car Nicobar Island, H. a. idiochroa, has a greyish white belly, while H. a. nicobarica from the southern Nicobars has a smaller and finer bill. The colour of the gape is yellowish to green.
The black-naped monarch breeds across tropical southern Asia from India and Sri Lanka east to Indonesia and the Philippines. This species is usually found in thick forests and other well-wooded habitats.
The calls are a sharp and abrupt skrip. The main breeding season in India is in summer from May to July. Two to three eggs are laid in a cup nest placed in the fork of a tree. The nest is decorated with spider-egg cases.
This photograph was taken from Bogra Bangladesh. Women were collecting red chillies in a red chilli pepper dry factory under the sun to preserve them . There are nearly 100 factory and more than 2000 workers work every day. They get nearly $2 ( 160 BDT) after 10 hours of work and in some places they get less than this amount. They work very hard to maintain the best quality .
Lif is a cycle. But for this camel rider life is all about lines, some straight lines, some curvy lines. Everyday is same for him, same route, same camel. I was his client in September, 2017 when I was traveling Sam Dessert, Rajasthan. He has no idea about himself how to look like from behind. Actually he has six(6) legs if you see him from behind. All are equally important for his earnings!
A floating market at Atghor Kuriana, Pirozpur district, Bangladesh. Where local Guava farmers brings their guava from their gardens to sale at Atghor Kuriana a local village market by their boats. This floating market is relatively very well known to everybody.
The photo taken in the rail station in Mymensingh, Bangladesh a little city and station there a children waiting next destination. When she looking n the window the sun ray drops her face and the light and beauty with moments creat impact my eyes and tells a story.
Rohingya refugee enter in Bangladesh through the risky way Bay of Bengal. The Myanmar military have killed Rohingya women, men and children, raped Rohingya women and girls, and burnt entire Rohingya villages. This is ethnic cleansing. They lost their citizenship status in Myanmar, then someone lost her husband, someone lost her child, someone has lost his parents, Someone has lost his wife, Young women are raped by the Myanmar Army every day, Then, Killing him burned in the fire, somebody’s throat cut and killed they says. So, Rohingya Peoples are fleeing and entering to Bangladesh from Myanmar rakhine state for save their lives through the many different borders. The government of Bangladesh and the general people are giving shelter to humanitarian causes and extended their hands to sympathy. According to the United Nations and Government of Bangladesh newly arrived till now, more than 700.000 thousand of Rohingya people in Bangladesh.
While it is not the largest shipyard in the country (that honor belongs to the Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard), the Dhaka yard in the town of Keraniganj shares the seeming disregard for worker safety that can be found in simialr industrial sites around the country. The facilities, which employ around 15,000 workers at around $5 a day, work to both break down massive shipping vessels as well as create new ships from the parts. Workers can be seen torches and welding equipment to tears huge pieces of metal from the vessels, sans eye, hand, or face protection. Other workers will be found scaling the tall ships on ramshackle ladders or strolling along the high edges of the ship decks, the only thing to keep them from falling is their own balance. Injuries are common on the site, but the buzz of activity doesn’t stop.
The ships being worked on are propped up on crude chalks creating the appearance that the river simply receded and left these hulks stranded on dry land. The space is tight so many of the boats are right up to small homes and other structures.
This is clearly a worksite that is dangerous to its employees, and even more so to careless visitors. However local guides can be found who will assist anyone curious about the industrial dangers that still plague the world.
A alone man going to long destination by walking for work . hare is no home beside , open field surrounding.
One man walking on a huge open field.
He has to go in a small village, in a small village. This is the biggest bil in Bangladesh called "Chalanabil". Chalanbali is located in 3 districts. Just around the field and the field
The boat race in the riverine country is a part of the folk culture of Bengal. But, when the boat is introduced in the country as a public debate, its exact history is not available. It is believed that medieval Muslim Nawab, Subadars, landlords, whose navy, started this competitive recreation.
this photo was taken by huawei p8 max in 2017.double exposure is used here.
this photo is about the life of a human.who have to face different stages in life.sometimes they are a free bird sometimes a cased one.they actually confused what they are.
This photo taken from inside of a brick field factory. here the two women work together.. one of them are retouch the inside wall of brick factory with fixing of soil the wall.its very hard work for her. because all bricks are very rough but she don't use gloves. because she don't have sufficient money for buying gloves.and another women help her. and outside of the wall the men process coal.
Naagin/Nagina/Nagi (female) are mythical shape-shifting cobras in Indian folklore. These creatures would obtain their power by living for 100 years and not biting any living beings. Some of these who are offsprings of a pair from their birth have such power.
I was on a 2 days to tour in tanguar haor,sunamganj,Bangladesh. I was enjoying the beauty of that place. Suddenly i saw a group of kids are on the way to home after catching fishes. Usually, children go to school to gain knowledge but the kids in this photo are trying to earn bread and butter for their family so that they can contribute a little sum of money for them. It can be said that it was not a journey to catch fishes rather it was the journey to life.
When I am passing through the narrow path beside a slum, then I saw two boys r sitting on a old luggage and playing. They enjoy it too much.It is a little bit wonder to me they find happiness in this old things while the rich children gets more opportunity. We should pay attention to the poor slum children. This attracts me and that's why I captured it ☺
Tiger's nest is a place situated in Paro,Bhutan.It's a amazing place having more than 3000m height.The place is cold and people can go there by trekking.
The photo was taken by "Huawei GR3 2017" in February, 2018.
Few days ago i went to the railway station to capture some photos for my project. on that time i saw many workers working on railway. they were burning some material.. smokes were spread throughout the station...when i saw one workers cross the railway, then i took this shot..
that place, the name of ratargul swamp forest. this is a tourist place. every year many tourist visiting this palce. in rainy season, it's became more beautiful. in this place, for for journey used to boat. many boatman waiting their for visitor. in this picture, a small boat man was rested after his riding for tiredness.
The house was sorted and there was a nice family. All is finished! The Myanmar army burnt the house of the self-proclaimed house on fire. In her own eyes, to kill neighbors. she could not even save his grand children. Later on, the boy escaped on the shoulder of his son and fled in Bangladesh.
I was talking about the 90-years-old Asya Khatun. The person who lost all his life and died 4 days after the war, crossed the Naf river of Bangladesh.
The picture is cotton from Teknaf border on February 2, 2017.
The Hindu Devotees gather every year in the Temples of Loknath, a late Hindu Saint, in October or november on a fasting ceremony called in Bangla 'Rakher Upobas'. This photo was taken in the temple located at Barodi, Narayanganj, Bangladesh. On this occasion the devotees fast in the name of their God and perform some rituals with clay lamps, aromatic incense etc. After completion of the riruals they eat the food offered to the God. This occation starts at dusk and lasts for arourd two hours.
It was rainy time and I captured this photo from running vehicle from on a bridge name Shah Amanat Bridge.This bridge situated at Karnafuli River.That day was weekend for that I got a view with some rested ship and boats.After I thought lil bit effect can make this photo Dramatic that's why I edited this photograph in mobile app name 'ToolWiz'.Hope you'll like this.
Device:Symphony i10, camera: 8MP
Bishwa Ijtema meaning Global Congregation) is an annual gathering of Muslims in Tongi, by the banks of the River Turag, in the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is one of the largest peaceful gatherings in the world. The Ijtema is a prayer meeting spread over three days, during which attending devotees perform daily prayers while listening to scholars reciting and explaining verses from the Quran. It culminates in the Akheri Munajat, or the Final Prayer, in which millions of devotees raise their hands in front of Allah (God) and pray for world peace.The Ijtema is considered a demonstration of Muslim unity, solidarity, mutual love and respect and an opportunity to reiterate their commitment to Islamic values
আমি বাংলাদেশ এর ঢাকা তে আচ্ছি।
ছবি তোলা আমার এক ধরনের নেশা। অবসর সময় টা পাড় করি মোবাইলে তোলা আমার সব ছবি ইডিট করে। আর বই পরে। আমার ইচ্ছা আছে ছবি তুলে সুবিধা করতে পারলে ভালো একটা কেমেরা কিনবো। আমি ইংলিশ খুব একটা পারি না। জানি না আপনাদের কাছে বাংলা সাপোর্ট করবে কিনা। কিন্তু আমার ভালোই লাগে বাংলাতে লিখতে। যে ছবি টা আপলোড করলাম সেইটা "রাতারগুল সোয়াম্প ফরেস্ট,সিলে, বাংলাদেশ" ঘুরতে গিয়ে তোলা।
Taken on a rail station in Dhaka, bangladesh, we often observe kids from poor families who want to cross miles with their parents for livelihood, while they have their own dreams and passion, often they have to reply on faith to get to that.
This train started to go to its destination from Dhaka railway station in Bangladesh. Suddenly there occurred a rain. That day was very hot in weather. So at sudden rain people started to feel the cold rain weather. This rain made the weather cool and people's body energetic and made mind fresh.
The Bishwa Ijtema is an annual gathering of Muslims in Tongi, by the banks of the River Turag, in the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is one of the largest peaceful gatherings in the world. The Ijtema is a prayer meeting spread over three days, during which attending devotees perform daily prayers while listening to scholars reciting and explaining verses from the holy Quran.
I saw a man praying in a train during Bishaw Ijtema 2019, and quickly took this photo.
From the other side, an unknown visitor was taking my photos. At that moment i took this photo. It's an interior photo of SIXTY DOME MOSQUE. It's situated in Bagherhat,Bangladesh. It's also an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was build in15th century. This is the most impressive monument in Indian subcontinent.
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