heritage in bangladesh

The return of the heritage loom — Muslin

An inseparable part of growing up was to listen to the elders lamenting about all the good things that are lost forever from the land of Bengal. Grandmothers would tell tales of saris made of muslin, which would pass through a ring; a yard of the finest cloth that would fit inside a matchbox - The Muslin

August 28, 2022
August 28, 2022

Top 5 must-see places to visit in Kishoreganj

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.

August 14, 2022
August 14, 2022

The return of the heritage loom — Muslin

An inseparable part of growing up was to listen to the elders lamenting about all the good things that are lost forever from the land of Bengal. Grandmothers would tell tales of saris made of muslin, which would pass through a ring; a yard of the finest cloth that would fit inside a matchbox - The Muslin

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.