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Kantanagar Temple

Kantanagar Templ Kantanagar Temple an eighteenth century brick temple, situated in the peaceful island hamlet of Kantanagar (Kantanagar), about 12 miles north of Dinajpur town, and about a mile west of Dinajpur-Tetulia highway across the Dhepa river. It has gained eminence as an outstanding monument in Bengal for its fabulous terracotta embellishment. This nava-ratna or 'nine spired' Hindu temple, now stripped...

Nilachal Banderban Beautiful Place

bengali Culture. Bangladesh is a small evergreen beautiful country located in south Asia. From ancient age many internationally famous tourist visit here and enjoy the natural beauty of Bangladesh. There are huge natural beautiful place in Bangladesh. Of all Bandarban is the dearest daughter of nature. It is blessed with Nilgiri, jibon nagor, chumbuk, golden temple, kawkaradong, Sangu River and...

Murong Culture and Economic Peculiarities

Bangla Culture: Mros decorate their body using different colors; both boys and girls color their lips. They prefer to paint their cheeks, lips and forehead red when they go out for dancing. Females put flowers on head and ears and also a string of small beads on their necks. Only bachelors and spinsters can participate in ceremonial dances. Like the...

Bengali Tradition Is Dheki

Bangla Culture. Dheki a wooden device for husking paddy to make rice, the staple food of Bangladesh. Husking machines and automatic rice mills are now used in the country but dhekis are still in use in large numbers in villages. Indo-Aryans used udukhal and musal for thrashing wheat and barley, the two principal crops in Aryan India. The udukhal (colloquially...

bengali old singer hason raja

HASON RAJA: Hason Raja, (Bengali: হাসন রাজা; 1854–1922) was a Bengali poet, mystic philosopher and songwriter from Sylhet, Bangladesh, then a part of undivided India. He gained international recognition few years after his death, when Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, mentioned him in his lectures at Oxford University. Tagore said, "We realise it through admiration and love, through hope that soars...

Bengali Singer Ahmed Abbasuddin

Ahmed,Abbasuddin Ahmed, Abbasuddin (1901-1959) folk singer, was born at Balarampur in Tufanganj subdivision in the district of Cooch Bihar on 27 October 1901. His father, Zafar Ali Ahmed, was a lawyer at the Tufanganj Sub-divisional Court. Abbasuddin Ahmed Abbasuddin's interest in music grew through attendance at cultural functions at school and college. He was largely self-taught, except for a brief period when...

British Rule in Bengal history

Time Period: 1757-1947 The greatest disruption in Bengal’s history began on June 23, 1757 when the East India Company (an English mercantile company) defeated Nawab Siraj-ud Daulah and became the de-facto ruler of Bengal. Territorial rule by a trading company resulted in the commercialization of power and the effects of the British rule were highly destructive. As historian R.C. Dutt...

bengali Nobab Sirajuddaula

Bangla Culture: Sirajuddaula nawab of Bengal. After the battle of palashi (23 June 1757) in which Sirajuddaula was defeated and subsequently murdered, the British became the virtual masters of Bengal, reducing the later nawabs to mere puppets in their hands. Mirza Muhammad Sirajuddaula was the grandson of Nawab alivardi khan and son of amina begum and zainuddin ahmad khan. He...

Paharpur Bihar (Sompur Bihar) in Bangladesh

Bengali Culture : Paharpur Bihar (Sompur Bihar) is one of the most important archaeological sites in Bangladesh. This area was named Sompur during Pala period. The name of the monastery was named after the name of the area, Sompur. paharpur This Bihar is another unique wonder of Pala kingdom in Bengal. The Bihar was such a huge area, and no...

Bangladesh Literature Kazi Nazrul Islam

Bengali culture : The history of Bangladeshi and Bengali literature goes back hundreds of years. While it is impossible (and undesirable)  to separate the literary trends of the two Bengals during the pre-independence period, post independent Bangladesh has given birth to it’s own distinct set of literateurs and literature. The earliest available specimen of Bengali literature is about a thousand years...

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