It is a truth universally acknowledged that a mom in Dhaka must be in want of a balcony-garden
Dr Shahina Ghazanfar, the author of a series of books on the flora of the Middle East who compiled this compendium, explains: “This is not a religious book but about history and culture. It promotes the pleasure of research and learning, I hope as much for my readers as for myself”.
Indoor plants can really uplift the outlook of any household. Even during winter when everything is gloomier in general, they can add an air of happiness to our home’s decor.
Feng means ‘air’ and Shui means ‘water’ and according to Taoist vision, Chi is the understanding that the land (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) is alive and buzzing with energy. Together, Feng Shui believes in harnessing the energies of the environment to bring good luck, health, and positive energy into living spaces and thereby, into lives.
Add that fresh and pleasant touch of summer to your interior design options.
While Dhaka was losing its splendour after the fall of Mughal Empire, the local zamindars and nawabs under British rule tried to revive its past splendour as the city of gardens. Dhaka's Baldha Garden is one of the most magnificent examples of this beautification effort. Still it is one of the richest botanical gardens of this subcontinent that spans 3.15 acres of land and boasts of eighteen thousand plant specimens of eight hundred different species. It has some of the rarest species of plants that can be found nowhere else in Bangladesh or even in this subcontinent.
Colouring your home with a little bit of green can be exciting and fun.
You will be surprised to know how easily window sills can be styled to literally transform your rooms in the most creative ways.
The inner space of our humble dwellings is intimately connected to our physical and mental well-being; and so, we can unanimously agree that the home décor evokes both positive and negative emotions and immensely impacts our mood.