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29 Aug 2014 09:55

Banglades is riverel country...this country living 88% muslim and 12% other religons ... all people living together with banglades... bangali culture is very beauifull ..

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29 Aug 2014 10:22

To Good

29 Aug 2014 10:26

Quote by Wafa-waseem
Nice :)

love to visit there one day

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29 Aug 2014 13:59

thanks to all ...

29 Aug 2014 14:22

Discover the Diverse Culture of Bangladesh Bangladesh has a rich, diverse culture. Its deeply rooted heritage is thoroughly reflected in its architecture, dance, literature, music, painting and clothing. The three primary religions of Bangladesh (Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam) have had a great influence on its culture and history. The people of Bangladesh have a rich fictional legacy, with the first available form of literature being over a thousand years old. Bengali literature developed considerably during the medieval period with the rise of popular poets such as Chandi Das, Daulat Kazi an Alaol. The traditional music of Bangladesh is very much the same as that of the Indian sub-continent. The music in Bangladesh can be divided into three main categories: classical, modern and folk. Both vocal and instrumental classical music is enjoyed in Bangladesh. Ustad Ayet Ali Khan and Ustad Alauddin are two famous classical instrumental players that are internationally known. Modern music is becoming more popular and is practiced widely. Contemporary, pop songs and bands are also enjoying more widespread fame, but are mainly popular in the regions of Dhaka City

29 Aug 2014 14:41

The culture of Bangladesh
(Bengali: বাংলাদেশের সংস্কৃতি —
Bānglādēśhēr Shongskr̥iti)
refers to the way of life of the
people of Bangladesh. The land,
the rivers, and the lives of the
Bengali people formed a rich
heritage with marked
differences from neighbouring
regions. It has evolved over the
centuries and encompasses the
cultural diversity of several
social groups of Bangladesh.
The Bengal Renaissance of the
19th and early 20th centuries,
noted Bengali writers, saints,
authors, scientists, researchers,
thinkers, music composers,
painters, and film-makers have
played a significant role in the
development of Bengali culture.
The Bengal Renaissance
contained the seeds of a
nascent political Indian
nationalism and was the
precursor in many ways to
modern Indian artistic and
cultural expression. The culture
of Bangladesh is composite
and over the centuries has
assimilated influences of
Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism,
Islam, and Christianity. It is
manifested in various forms,
including music, dance, and
drama; art and craft; folklore
and folktale; languages and
literature; philosophy and
religion; festivals and
celebrations; as well as in a
distinct cuisine and culinary

29 Aug 2014 15:20

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29 Aug 2014 15:21

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29 Aug 2014 15:22

I don't undrestent

29 Aug 2014 15:26

nachen ap log

29 Aug 2014 15:27

danses hehehe