Hanging Bridge: Hanging Bridge( Jhulonto Bridge in Bengali)is the landmark icon of Rangamati. It's a popular tourist spot and a must go destination.
My Home Country Bangladesh
Bangladesh is officially known as the 'People's Republic of Bangladesh' and is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and the United Nations. It is in South Asia . It is bordered by India on all sides except for a small border with Burma (Myanmar) to the far southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. It is the 7th most populated country in the world. Bangladesh became part of the newly formed region of Pakistan but gained independence in 1971. Today, Bangladesh is a secular , democratic republic . Map of Bangladesh
National Flag of Bangladesh A red disc on a green Field
Population: The population of Bangladesh is approximately 162,221,000. Bangladesh is the seventh most populous country and is among the most densely populated countries in the world with a high poverty rate. Capital: Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. Religion: The main religion practiced in Bangladesh is Islam (89.7%), but a significant minority adheres to Hinduism (9.2 %). Buddhism 0.7% Christianity 0.3% Animism 0.1% Climate :There are six season in Bangladesh. Summer Rainy season Autumn Late Autumn Winter Spring
Royal Bengal Tiger - Our national animal Lives in the Sundarbans
The Water Lily (shapla) is the national flower of Bangladesh. It is found almost in every water body in the country.
The Jackfruit [Kathal] is our national fruit. Thorny in outlook this fruit is big in size. The fruit is juicy and delicious. It is also widely consumed as curry.
Bangladesh is a democratic country. Government : Unitary state and parliamentary democracy  - President : Zillur Rahman Prime Minister : Sheikh Hasina Wazed
16 December, Victory Day of Bangladesh this monument is the symbol of independence of our beloved country, Bangladesh. The monument reminds of the sacrifice of millions. Their sacrifice gave Bangladesh an existence in the world map. As a nation we are known as peace loving and hospitable. The National Monument of Bangladesh
The National Parliament (Sangsad Bhaban) is the seat of the government. Situated at the center of Dhaka city, it is an architectural wonder. It was designed by the famous American architect Louis I. Kahn and is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world
Shaheed Minar, or the Martyr's monument, located at Dhaka University Campus, Bangladesh, commemorates the sacrifice for Bangla Language on 21 February 1952.Now 21 February is the International Mother Language Day
International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism . It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages .  International Mother Language Day originated as the international recognition of Language Movement Day , which has been commemorated in Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan ) since 1952, when a number of University of Dhaka students were killed by the Pakistani police and army in Dhaka during Bengali Language Movement protests. On 21 March 1948, Mohammed Ali Jinnah , the Governor general of Pakistan , declared that Urdu would be the only official language for both West and East Pakistan . The people of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh ), whose main language is Bangla , started to protest against this. On 21 February 1952, (8 Falgun 1359 in the Bangla calendar ), students in the present day capital city of Dhaka called for a provincial strike. The government invoked a limited curfew to prevent this and the protests were tamed down so as to not break the curfew. The Pakistani police fired on the students despite these peaceful protests and a number of students were killed
Lalbag Fort The main purpose of Lalbagh Fort was to provide a defensive enclosure for the protection of the palace buildings and is, therefore, more of a palace-fortress than a siege fort. The fort is rectangular in shape with many outstanding features.
Cox's Bazar is a town, a fishing port and district headquarters in Bangladesh . It is known for its wide sandy beach which is the world's longest natural sandy sea beach
THE biggest single and significant Buddhist vihara, south of the Himalayas, is Paharpur in Naogaon, near the border of Joypurhat. According to inscriptions, Paharpur, previously known as Somapura vihara, was built by the great Pala emperor Dharmapala (770-810). This huge quadrangular monastery with 177 monastic cells enclosing the courtyard and numerous votive stupas, minor chapels, extensive ancillary buildings on 22 acres is dominated by a lofty pyramidal cruciform vihara in the centre
Among the many surviving monuments of the Khan Jahan Ali style, undoubtedly the most magnificent and largest brick mosque in Bangladesh is the Shait Gombuj . It is situated in Bagerhat district. For outstanding architectural value. the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO inscribed Bagerhat in the World Heritage list and it got the status of the second World Heritage site in Bangladesh after Paharpur. Sixty Dome Mosque
Dhaka has one thing most other Bang cities do not: rickshaws. Hundreds of thousands of rickshaws. Rickshaws are one of the most famous sights in and Dhaka . And whether you stay a few days or a few weeks, it is impossible not to see or literally run into one. Recent estimates peg the number of Dhaka rickshaws at over a quarter million -- making this convenient and smog-free mode of travel one of the cities main sources of income for nearly 5 million individuals Rickshaw
The Nobel Peace Prize 2006 was awarded jointly to Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Bank "for their efforts to create economic and social development from bellow” The Nobel Peace Prize 2006 Muhammad Yunus, Grameen Bank
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1913 Rabindranath Tagore
Ahsan Manzil ( Bengali : আহসান মঞ্জিল ) was the official residential palace and seat of the Dhaka Nawab Family . It is situated on the banks of the Buriganga River in Bangladesh . The palace became the Bangladesh National Museum on 20 September 1992. It is constructed in the Indo- Saracenic Revival architecture . Ahsan Manzil