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  • Relief

    There are moments when one needs to escape from the clutches of this concrete city and find themselves admiring nature- the sky,

  • Give us knowledge

    Devotees pay their respect to Saraswati, the Hindu Goddess of knowledge, music and arts. On the day of the puja, men, women and children wake up early in the morning.

  • Having Found Peace

    During holidays, my family and I often become tourists, traveling the roads less traveled by, in Bangladesh. Last year during the Eid holidays, we started our journey from Chittagong and headed to our destination, Sylhet.

  • The Little Things

    Often we stumble, and we look around for what can pick us back up. We look for family, for friends, we look for rewards, awards and achievements.

  • Remember Me?

    I am the rickshaw puller who took you home safe last night. Or the security guard, sitting outside the ATM booth, making sure that you have a secure money transaction.

  • Winter Weddings

    The month of December kicks-off the long awaited wedding season in Dhaka. The chilly breeze, coupled with warm Kachchi Biryani and a grande celebration of togetherness of newlyweds really brings out the festivity of this month.

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    Ashes to ashes, Dust to dust.

  • Them

    During my visit to the Mirpur National Zoo, unsurprisingly, I noticed how the animals are not treated too well. But what really broke my heart was that the visitors didn't care too much either.

  • A piece of Heaven on Earth

    Mountains, clouds and ancient temples – Darjeeling is sometimes described as a piece of heaven on earth by many a tourist and traveler.

  • Caring For Special Children

    Caring for Special Children

    Najifa Tabassum was a premature baby and the doctor called her Einstein at her birth. First recognised to be a special child when she was 18 months old...

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