Heritage

‘The Impossible Collection Of Fashion’ by FDCB: An entrancing fashion show promoting slow fashion

Fashion Design Council of Bangladesh (FDCB), a platform of designers who promote slow fashion that is both sustainable and friendly to our environment, presented a charming fashion show, ‘The Impossible Collection Of Fashion’ at the American Club in Gulshan recently, showcasing 14 Bangladeshi designers who are creating designs with exciting fields of inspiration for every style which can be nurtured to brand Bangladeshi culture globally.

January 27, 2023
January 27, 2023

Heritage no hurdle?

Authorities must save Kayettuli Manasa temple from collapse

November 7, 2022
November 7, 2022

‘The Impossible Collection Of Fashion’ by FDCB: An entrancing fashion show promoting slow fashion

Fashion Design Council of Bangladesh (FDCB), a platform of designers who promote slow fashion that is both sustainable and friendly to our environment, presented a charming fashion show, ‘The Impossible Collection Of Fashion’ at the American Club in Gulshan recently, showcasing 14 Bangladeshi designers who are creating designs with exciting fields of inspiration for every style which can be nurtured to brand Bangladeshi culture globally.

September 22, 2022
September 22, 2022

A trip to Darasbari mosque in Chapai Nawabganj

Rajshahi is well known for the various remains of ancient and medieval structures, remnants of a glorious past, dotted all across the region. Darasbari, a beautiful, haunting complex made of red terracotta bricks, is one of those places not often mentioned or even commonly known about except to the locals of the area.

September 13, 2022
September 13, 2022

Even the law can’t protect Dhaka’s heritage!

Authorities must save what’s left of Boro Katra, others

August 7, 2022
August 7, 2022

Historic graves at Old Dhaka's Hussaini Dalan that often go unnoticed

Hussaini Dalan is not just a Shiite centre in Dhaka; it is also a Dhaka landmark, spanning centuries of history. While its religious programmes, especially during Muharram and more particularly Ashura are unparalleled, Hussaini Dalan as a Dhaka heritage is extraordinary as well.

August 7, 2022
August 7, 2022

Support heritage, protect culture and feed authenticity

Some have taken a similar stance when it comes to fashion. The Chakma, Marma, Garo, Santal and others have their own traditional, heritage wear; many of the new generation may not feel comfortable wearing their heritage outfits and that’s where fashion designer Tenzing Chakma begs to differ.

July 30, 2022
July 30, 2022

The Potter’s Community in Bogura

Every country has its own heritage crafts. While we may have many, from weaving authentic Jamdani to knitting bamboo baskets, very few people know about their history and traditions. Today, in this article we will be talking about one of our most talked about heritages: the art of pottery making and the village that stays awake in keeping our pottery heritages alive. The Bengali term for Pottery making is ‘mritshilpo’, which mostly specifies the maneuver of the craft: the soil of Bangladesh.

June 16, 2022
June 16, 2022

Travelling essentials: Ways to become a responsible tourist

Responsible tourism is all about making better places to live, and visit while letting nature thrive. These days, the terms responsible tourism, sustainable tourism, eco-tourism take centre stage of any discourse regarding travelling and tourism, and for good reasons. There is raising awareness, globally, about the adverse impacts travel can have on the nature, environment, places and people — especially through contributing to climate change, pollution, unsustainable pressure on wildlife and habitats, harming local economies, or even distortion of local customs, cultures and heritage.

June 16, 2022
June 16, 2022

Travelling essentials: Ways to become a responsible tourist

Responsible tourism is all about making better places to live, and visit while letting nature thrive. These days, the terms responsible tourism, sustainable tourism, eco-tourism take centre stage of any discourse regarding travelling and tourism, and for good reasons. There is raising awareness, globally, about the adverse impacts travel can have on the nature, environment, places and people — especially through contributing to climate change, pollution, unsustainable pressure on wildlife and habitats, harming local economies, or even distortion of local customs, cultures and heritage.

April 14, 2022
April 14, 2022

Jamdani: Its heritage and recognition in the world map

Jamdani is a fine muslin fabric originated in Bangladesh, not very new in the global map. The opulence of jamdani design not only makes it a technical marvel but also guarantees its omnipotence in the handloom industry, no machine could ever surpass its richness. The much appreciated and cherished art of Jamdani weaving of Bangladesh has been duly recognised by UNESCO as the intangible cultural heritage in 2013. It is at the same time a recognition for the weavers.