Ayman Anika

Unmukto Library invites you to read under the open sky

When we talk about libraries, what image first comes to our minds?

1d ago

Coke Studio Bangla’s ‘Tati’ celebrates Bangladeshi weavers

If you are a devoted listener of Coke Studio Bangla, chances are you may not have missed its Season 3 opener, “Tati,” — a song that celebrates not just the music, but the very soul of Bangladeshi craftsmanship. Released under the creative direction of Shayan Chowdhury Arnob, the vocalists include Md Gonjer Ali, Oli Boy and the evergreen Jaya Ahsan.

2d ago

Eid in Dhaka: The city’s top 5 celebration spots

Are you looking for the spirit of Eid celebrations in Dhaka? Here are the top 5 spots.

6d ago

Meet the achar artisan of Dhaka: Mohammad Siraj's culinary journey

If you are an urban explorer of Dhaka, the achar carts — found in different alleys and gullies of the city — would not be something surprising for you. However, if you haven’t been to Gulshan 1 DNCC Market yet, unfortunately, you have missed a vibrant emissary of tradition and taste, thanks to the variety of achar he sells.

1w ago

Achar chronicles: From sun-drenched rooftops to digital marketplaces

For different people, the word achar — the South Asian term for pickles — evokes different memories. Some revel in the memory of seeing their mothers or grandmothers sitting in the courtyards with jars of achar.

1w ago

Woven with love: Choosing deshi and sustainable this Eid

As we gear up for the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr, there’s this beautiful buzz in the air filled with anticipation and a spirit of giving. We can — with the intention of not just looking good but doing good — support our local artisans. By buying deshi and adopting ethical practices that promote sustainability, we can not only benefit our immediate community but also contribute to the broader well-being of our country.

1w ago

Experiencing fatigue and headaches after iftar? Dr Maisha Nishat Alam explains why

Ramadan — a month that calls for fasting from dawn till dusk — which, while fulfilling, can sometimes leave you feeling like you're running on empty, fatigued, and nursing a stubborn headache. Ever wondered why?

1w ago

The charm of deshi motifs on Eid tableware

Central to the celebration of Eid is the scrumptious spread of food and it is that time of the year when the choice of tableware plays a subtle yet significant role. Desi motifs and designs ¬– nakshi kantha, Jamdani – with their intricate patterns and vivid hues, tell tales of heritage and craftsmanship have evolved over centuries.

2w ago
April 16, 2024
April 16, 2024

Unmukto Library invites you to read under the open sky

When we talk about libraries, what image first comes to our minds?

April 14, 2024
April 14, 2024

Coke Studio Bangla’s ‘Tati’ celebrates Bangladeshi weavers

If you are a devoted listener of Coke Studio Bangla, chances are you may not have missed its Season 3 opener, “Tati,” — a song that celebrates not just the music, but the very soul of Bangladeshi craftsmanship. Released under the creative direction of Shayan Chowdhury Arnob, the vocalists include Md Gonjer Ali, Oli Boy and the evergreen Jaya Ahsan.

April 10, 2024
April 10, 2024

Eid in Dhaka: The city’s top 5 celebration spots

Are you looking for the spirit of Eid celebrations in Dhaka? Here are the top 5 spots.

April 8, 2024
April 8, 2024

Meet the achar artisan of Dhaka: Mohammad Siraj's culinary journey

If you are an urban explorer of Dhaka, the achar carts — found in different alleys and gullies of the city — would not be something surprising for you. However, if you haven’t been to Gulshan 1 DNCC Market yet, unfortunately, you have missed a vibrant emissary of tradition and taste, thanks to the variety of achar he sells.

April 8, 2024
April 8, 2024

Achar chronicles: From sun-drenched rooftops to digital marketplaces

For different people, the word achar — the South Asian term for pickles — evokes different memories. Some revel in the memory of seeing their mothers or grandmothers sitting in the courtyards with jars of achar.

April 4, 2024
April 4, 2024

Woven with love: Choosing deshi and sustainable this Eid

As we gear up for the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr, there’s this beautiful buzz in the air filled with anticipation and a spirit of giving. We can — with the intention of not just looking good but doing good — support our local artisans. By buying deshi and adopting ethical practices that promote sustainability, we can not only benefit our immediate community but also contribute to the broader well-being of our country.

April 3, 2024
April 3, 2024

Experiencing fatigue and headaches after iftar? Dr Maisha Nishat Alam explains why

Ramadan — a month that calls for fasting from dawn till dusk — which, while fulfilling, can sometimes leave you feeling like you're running on empty, fatigued, and nursing a stubborn headache. Ever wondered why?

March 31, 2024
March 31, 2024

The charm of deshi motifs on Eid tableware

Central to the celebration of Eid is the scrumptious spread of food and it is that time of the year when the choice of tableware plays a subtle yet significant role. Desi motifs and designs ¬– nakshi kantha, Jamdani – with their intricate patterns and vivid hues, tell tales of heritage and craftsmanship have evolved over centuries.

March 28, 2024
March 28, 2024

Choosing timeless loose-fitting wear for Eid and beyond

In recent years, there has been a remarkable shift in fashion trends towards more inclusive and diverse styles, particularly when it comes to comfortable wear.

March 21, 2024
March 21, 2024

New era for zoo animals in Bangladesh: Rangpur and National Zoos’ modern makeover

The authorities have laid out plans for the Rangpur Zoo of Rangpur district and the Bangladesh National Zoo at the capital’s Mirpur. Talks are being held to remodel both the zoos not as places of captivity but as sanctuaries, where animals can roam around freely. The zoos are to become a safe haven where the concept of ‘viewing’ animals shifts to ‘encountering’ them.

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