With the aim to encourage people to come forward in helping the disabled, Suborno Nagorik Foundation, which works for the betterment of the disabled people in Bangladesh, has partnered up with United Commercial Bank (UCB) and The Daily Star to introduce a special award to recognize people with disabilities and the people around them.
Kishoreganj, a district under Dhaka division is full of diverse landscapes, greeneries and rivers alongside a rich cultural heritage. Whether it’s the scenic haors that comes alive colourfully during monsoon or sites that has a strong historical and cultural legacy, Kishoreganj is every travel enthusiast’s dream place. So, here are 5 absolute must-see places in Kishoreganj that will satisfy your wanderlust.
Zayn & Myza, a clean beauty personal care and cosmetics brand aiming to provide more than just beauty. It is the only brand in Bangladesh with a Clean Label Project Certification from the United States.
Tahoor Lifestyle, a renowned modest fashion brand, has launched a new outlet at Banani’s Manama Urban Forest Building. With modest fashion taking the world by storm in recent years, thanks to its appeal to Muslim women and fashionistas who prefer sophisticated wear, Tahoor has been a pioneering force in the fashion scene of Bangladesh since its formation in 2012.
From Sylhet to Bandarban, Bangladesh is blessed with mesmerising waterfalls. As they get lively in monsoon, the peak time to visit is between July and September. Keeping that in mind we recommend 5 must see waterfalls in Bangladesh.
Sitting and sipping your favourite drink and waiting for the sunset to witness the radiant hue of the sea — experiences on the beaches of Cox’s Bazar are enticing as ever. When it comes to beaches, chances are you will think about the most popular tourist spots like Laboni Point, Inani or Himchori. If you are looking for great alternatives, let us recommend top 5 sea beaches in Cox's Bazar. The next time you are at Cox’s Bazar, don’t forget to check out the unique beaches that soothes your wanderlust.
Whenever you think of floating markets selling fresh vegetables and fruit, the Cabiao floating market in Philippines or Damnoen Saduak market of Thailand comes to mind first. In Bangladesh however, not many people know about the floating markets that are in operation in the division of Barishal, one of them is situated in Pirojpur, famous for guavas that are sold during its peak season.
The first of its kind Bangladeshi decentralized high fashion and art NFT digital space, ‘meta moina’ was launched during a ceremony at Bistro E Club Room in Dhaka recently. Bangladeshi Web 3.0 fashion label 1972ninteenseventytwo introduced this future shop concept as NFTs are increasingly becoming popular as a way to buy and sell digital artwork.
House of Ahmed, founded by the husband-and-wife duo of Ahmed Tuhin Reza and Tanzila Elma, is a premium, sustainable clothing designer brand that promotes works of local artisans. They have launched their co-design studio, House of Ahmed Lounge, where consumers can co-create their outfits and be a part of the design journey.
Shanta Lifestyle’s home décor Experience Centre has been launched in Dhaka. The initiative has brought international quality home décor items for patrons in the city through partnerships with award winning global brands such as Moletni & C, Cattelan Italia, Natuzzi and others. The centre aims to present luxurious home ideas for people to experience in reality before buying it for their homes.