Jamaica, NY: A slice of Bangladesh away from it

It was the summer of 2013, I was strolling along Jamaica’s Hillside Avenue and turning my neck every time I was hearing someone utter

Bangladesh’s well-known haats

“Haat-baar” or the weekly/fortnightly bazaars aka market day are a concept enshrined in the fabric of traditional rural Bengal. In the olden times, artisans and traders of various wares would travel from one region to another,

Cox’s Bazar: Ready and waiting for more tourists

Bangladesh’s domestic tourism arguably was born as the beach town of Cox’s Bazar started to be recognised as a holiday destination, and it has been a bustling hub for tourists for many years now.

The business of flowers

Flowers have been admired, sought after, and cherished throughout the history of humankind.

Frugal living during the pandemic

The post-2020 world we live in is very different from the one we are all used to living. For many, it meant losing their loved ones and braving an emptier existence.

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