The series is about different stories through different train windows. People feel comfortable in journey by train than any other transportation. And in this journey people come from different divisions and districs and sometimes from different countries also. They come from different cities and villages which have different cultures and stories. So i tried to show the different stories from different windows and different compartments of trains.
Bull fight at Chittagong,Bangladesh, Its a traditional game before Muslims religious festival Eid vul azha. Its a very famous occasion at Chittagong. But now government trying to stop this game due to its brutality.
Everytime and every people has the story.Like everyone this woman has the story of sadness.She has already lost her husband and her son are not good.So everytime she is in depression.But gradually she has already successfully removed his sadness.
For capturing this photo I am using natural light.And using my honor 8 lite devic.
The photo was taken at Kamalapur railway station, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The man with limitation was boldly crossing the platform which raises a thought in my mind-- limitations are sometimes the source of strengths.
Every year thousands of Hindu devotees gather in front of Shri Shri Lokenath Brahmachari Ashram temple for the Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash religious festival in Barodi, Near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Faithful sit in front of candles light and absorb in prayer...Lokenath who is called Baba Lokenath was an 18th Century Hindu saint and philosopher in Bengal. Hindu worshipers fast and pray in earnest to the gods for their favors during the traditional ritual called Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash..Lokenath Brahmachari devotees pray with light to save their family and dear from cholera and pox disease.
This Indian Flying Fox comes to the pond to eat water and cool his body during the hot summer. When it comes down to the water,His Landing, Looks like a light aircraft landing. When his body touches the water, a splash of water is created..And his reflection is well seen in the water.
We were kinda tired and bored of living in the house all the time and not exploring the world around us.
That morning, there was fog, cold and there was us - me and my wife. We woke up before anyone. We hiked before any farmer came to the fields. This photo was taken right before we returned to the house. This was literally the last photo that day. She was looking at our potato, standing right in a perfect spot. I thought - okay, if I could catch the framing right.
We were newly arranged married and having really terrible time adjusting. That morning was a good date starting love in our sweet-little-weird relationship.
I wish to take beautiful pictures.
Childhood comes with fortune or hardship. Underprivileged day labourer children are enjoying after work playful time in the sandbar, street and beach before going back to their slum or street houses. Trashes are their precious toys. Excuses swirls around when it’s time to go to day work but to the school. They bear the responsibility to earn a small yet much needed amount to buy family necessaries. A common scenario in Bangladesh.
The Yamuna is the second largest tributary river of the Ganges originated from the Yamunotri. Bathing in the Yamuna river sacred waters frees one from the torments of death.These birds come to India every year during the winter for food, stay a few days, and then fly away.
The photo is about an old man on a bicycle. He is going towards somewhere but it's holiday and rest of the vans are kept idle due to holiday but life never stops and the old man have some work to do. So he is running his bike leaving all the circles behind the road.
In South Asia, Women are divided by rules and also by social outlook. But Women do not burden in there. Although, 80% of girls in the village area don't have the opportunity to go to school. As a result, the number of illiterate girls is huge. But, after all those things this woman is working on a rice boiler industry. In their daily life, they are work hard so that their family could survive. So women are not a burden.
Bangladesh consumes 2 ,99,900 tons of coal per year ranks 60 th in the world coal consumption govt plan
to Increase power generation from coal to 50 percent from the 2 percent by 2021.
So many people work in this coal consume site,labour r working morning to evening and earn money.
People availing very risky train journey and taking every space of it as seat.
They are returing home after the 2nd largest Muslim Congregation in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Bangladeshi Muslim devotees return home on overcrowded trains after attending
the final day of a three-day Islamic congregation on the banks of the River Turag in Tongi, near Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The 1st phase of Biswa Ijtema ends today with Akheri Munajat, or the Final Prayer,
and Muslim devotees from across the world participated in the second largest world congregation of Muslims.
A worker busy finding some good things from the dirt. Name tutul, age 08, all of his family are involved in this work, at the end of the day his income is only $2. Photo taken from Dirt-Depot area of Chittagong City, Bangladesh.
Pottery industries in Bangladesh
Dhamrai (ধামরাই) Pottery Industry is one of the renowned pottery industries in Bangladesh. There are several pottery villages in Dhamrai. Such as Kagozi Para (Pathantola), Shimulia Paal Para, Notun Bondor Paal Para etc. Paal Paara refers to the pottery villages of Dhamrai. A Kumar’s house usually has the same type of zoning and configuration. Beneath the same thatched roof are the kiln, storehouse and dwelling house, while a free space in front of the door or the courtyard is used as a place to prepare the clay.
Traditional occupation in Dhamrai:
For generations, Dhamrai has been the house of crafts like metal casting and pottery. But these traditional occupations are now in danger as those could not compete with modernization in course of time. Once Dhamrai used to be a whole craft village but now other occupations have come into being reducing the handicraft based jobs. Even most of the artisans are leaving their age-old professions and taking up other occupations to accommodate their livelihood.
Who is Artisan(?) or Craftsman:
An artisan is a person engaged in or occupied by the practice of a craft, who may through experience and talent reach the expressive levels of an artist using his hands, mind and heart in his work and what he creates. The traditional terms craftsman and craftswoman are nowadays often replaced by artisan and rarely by craftsperson.
Historically, craftsmen tended to concentrate in urban centers and formed guilds. The skill required by their professions and the need to be permanently involved in the exchange of goods also demanded a generally higher level of education, and craftsmen were usually in a more privileged position than the peasantry in societal hierarchy. The households of craftsmen were not as self-sufficient as those of people engaged in agricultural work and therefore had to rely on the exchange of goods.
Artisans of Dhamrai:
The basic artisans of Dhamrai are metal casting artisans, and potters also known as Paal. Usually Paals work freelance whereas metal casting artisans work after getting assignments. Dhamrai has always been one of the most interesting craft villages of Bangladesh, though the prominence has faded away. Remaining artisans of Dhamrai are the generation of those who were once the soul of Dhamrai. Though the number is decreasing in a drastic rate, there are still artisans left to continue the age old professions of creation.
Pottery is the art of earth ware making. The history of Bangladeshi pottery is as ancient as it is illustrious, dating as far back as the Mohenjodaro and Harappa civilisations where earthenware was found after the excavation of Mohasthangarh in Bogra (300 BC). The folk arts of these categories are now being used most tastefully in modern design. Pottery has now become a commercially successful product in Bangladesh. Clay pots are widely available in rural Bangladesh. kumars sell their products at the weekly village bazaars or in roadside stalls. Bangladeshi potter has always laid stress on the basic form and texture of his articles. The wheel is of the common kind, thick with shoats‘ spokes, and terms on a pivot of hard wood on metal, provided with a large hub that acts as a revolving label. The potter throws the kneaded clay into the center of the wheel rounding it off, and then spins the wheel. As the whirling gathers momentum, he begins to shape the clay. When it is over he severs the shaped bit flour the rest. As for the types of wares, pottery comprises true distinctive types of wears.
Journey by train is the most common thing in our ultra-modern civilization. It is also an enjoyable experience. Indeed journey is always a pleasure to me. Whenever I go on a journey, my heart is filled with joy. But my greatest pleasure is a journey by train. It is ever exciting.
During the last autumn vacation, our school was closed for ten days. My uncle lives in Sylhet. He came home on leave. I requested him to take me to Sylhet. He agreed at this. My heart danced with joy to hear this because of I always like a journey by train.
The day was fixed. We reached the station in time and bought two tickets. The train was not yet in. The whole platform was a scene of great confusion and noise. It was crowded with passengers. Some were sitting near their luggage. Some were moving about Rickshaws, motor cars and all other conveyances were coming to the station with passengers. Coolies were running behind them. Vendors were crying out loudly to sell their goods. Then the train came in. We got into the second class compartment. We occupied two comfortable seats in the compartment.
The photo tells thousands of story. This is the brick island where the bricks made. In this photo the men cycling meddle in the bricks island for his job. The bricks row is really amazing. Photo taken by Bangladesh.
To survive, people have to choose the most difficult work. They have to work different workers.When and sand, stones, bricks, soil, or coal should be left on the head. Some money in return.So they are the workers There is no time to look at the working hours.The artwork of the artist should be as follows:.
This boy is like many other children who are employed by foundries in the city's Agrabad area. Hundreds of workshops in the area hire underage children for these hazardous tasks.
Image Taken: 21st July 2018
Shakrain Festival is an annual celebration in Dhaka, Bangladesh, observed with the flying of kites. This person was climbing ladder to go to top to see the celebration of Fire Works which starts after flying kites
Kambala: A kambala is an annual buffalo race held in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka. Traditionally, it is sponsored by local Tuluva landlords and households in the coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi of Karnataka and Kasaragod of Kerala, a region collectively known as Tulu Nadu
Photo shows A mother’s care for her child. From the very first day of a child, even before birth, mother is the only person who’s always there for them, to support them, to hold them. None but a mother always understands her child. Nothing can take the place that every child has for their mother. Motherhood is a blessing.
This photo is showing the . lifestyle of riverside people. On the top they are taking bath that means they are dependent on the river for their daily work. On the other hand at the bottom there is a boat which is expressing the way of earning livelihood. They catches fish and sell it in the market. A complete overview of river life is given here.
Group of painted stork I shoot at remote place in river Padma at Rahshahi in Bangladesh. It took me around five hours to go near them without disturb them. love nature and respect them and to show them though my Photography is my core purpose.
During Eid -Ul-Adha a major population leave Dhaka to share their joy with their families in their native villages.And that's why there creates a huge overflow of human in all kind of transports.This photo is taken just 1 week ago before Eid-Ul-Adha
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