An aerial view of Behular Basor Ghor, an archaeological site first dug up in Bogura’s Gokul village in 1934-36. Excavations uncovered the foundation of a huge Buddhist temple built in the sixth/seventh centuries AD. Later, another temple was built on the ruins of the former. It is popularly known as the abode of Behula-Lakshminder, protagonists of a popular folklore of the region. The number of visitors to this site, around 3km south of Mahasthangarh -- ruins of the ancient capital of Pundravardhana -- has dropped significantly since the pandemic hit the country in March 2020. The photo was taken recently.
Photo: Mostafa Shabuj
The Public Works Department constructing a walkway bordering the lake inside Ramna Park in the capital. The authorities have taken the step as a part of its beautification work across the recreation site situated right at the heart of Dhaka. The photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Prabir Das
Hawkers sell used jackets to a large number of underprivileged people, who cannot afford clothes to keep them warm in the shivering winter, living in the capital. Each jacket costs between Tk 100 and Tk 300. The photo was taken in the capital’s Gulistan area yesterday.
Photo: Anisur Rahman