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Meteora Monasteries are often called as Greece’s miracles. The word “Meteora” means “up/hovering in the air”, which technically describes the structures of the monasteries. Up upon gigantic rocks that reach a height of 600 meters (1968.5 feet) are buildings and monasteries. There are a total of 24 monasteries built in the area from the 14th to 16th century, now only 6 of the monasteries are used and occupied by monks and nuns. 
   The Meteora serves as a perfect place to gain absolute isolation; this also shows man’s everlasting desire to have a connection with the Divine. The area was first occupied by Orthodox Christian hermit-monks for spiritual purposes; they lived in caves scattered along the gigantic rocks. Around the 12th century a more organized monastic community was gathered by a monk named Nilos. In the 14th century another monk named Athanasios climbed the second highest rock and built the Great Meteoron- the first Meteora Monastery. With the uncertainties during the Turkish occupation, the monks slowly climbed the rocks higher and higher until their area becomes inaccessible. They only use ladders, ropes and baskets to bring resources and people up. It was only in the 1920’s when the monks were reached using the same methods. Now Meteora has roads and pathways to reach the top. 
    Meteora has always served as an important place of spirituality for the monks as well as the locals. It is a place to find peace and harmony. It has been named as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1989 and is considered as an official holy place in Greece since 1995.
This picture shows many faces with many statues. They look very beautiful and these statues are painted on the Shaheed Minar in Dhaka city and these are the statues that are there when our Bangladesh Liberation War started.  He called for the freedom fighters and they died on the 21st of February at the hands of Pakistan and that is why they have their statues painted here in memory of the martyrs and there are many people whose names cannot be named now and the national flag of our country is placed in front of them.  In their memory and in their memory we celebrate Martyrs' Day on 21st February every year and we celebrate this day very beautifully and to protect the independence of our country about 3 million people have been martyred and they have given their lives for our country and they have suffered a lot.  Here is a scene from her for freedom.  And those who have these memories are still here. They were all different commanders of the liberation war. They were the freedom fighters of our country who led the war and they were the commanders and their memories are given here.  On 21st February we celebrate Language Martyrs Day and it is a very beautiful scene. I hope you will like it and you will see it in memory of our war martyrs. You can see it here. It is very beautiful.  These memories are painted in Dhaka Shaheed Minar. The head is very beautiful inside Mirpur. A national flag of Bangladesh is placed beside them. It is the flag of our country. They hoisted our national flag. This exchange of martyrs is very beautiful.  There is a lot of suffering and when Bangladesh and Pakistan are at war in our country, it is not in our country  When good people die, they can't stand it anymore, then they themselves go to war for our country, and by leading for them, they go to war in a very nice way, and the Pakistani forces have martyred about 3 million people in our country.  And yet in exchange for 3 million martyrs we got the word 'freedom' is very beautiful and it is a pride of our country and we got our national flag very beautiful these intricate stories painted with these memories and these very beautiful memories with which we got our freedom of Bengal and their  The purpose is to draw these memories here and the event that takes place here on the 21st of February every year is a big event in our whole of Bangladesh and we do this event with many beautiful people who have been martyred for our country and we do this event.  This scene has been painted in memory of the language martyrs of 21st February and many beautiful ones here and here  T on a baked envelopeThey are painted on the top and they look very beautiful and in their memory we have a big event every year in Bangladesh. It looks very beautiful in this Dhaka Shaheed Minar.
Priya Islam Fatihah Thank you for being so good mam.

 To some she is the second Mother Teresa of Calcutta, to some she is the goddess of meeting, to some she is the angel.  She is the founder of Priya Islam Fatiha, a prominent international business society in Kolkata.

 His life struggle is an ideal for the new generation.  He is the inspiration of thousands of young people in Kolkata.

 As a child, his father died of leukemia.  They did not have the money or ability to treat their father.  My father was the only earner in their family.  So after the death of his father, Panta used to bring them salt.  Although he was very rich towards his grandfather's house, his mother did not take any help from his grandfather's house for fear of self-respect.  His mother used to make a living with a sewing machine.  But if he played one day, he could not eat another.

 The mother of their family with three members of the family is the younger brother and he.  Seeing the plight of the family, at the age of five, he started cleaning plates in a small restaurant, earning fifteen rupees a day, as well as studying.  That's how he started spending the day.

 After passing secondary school, he went home and started tuition and also got a job in an NGO.  One day he went to teach at a student's house and found a sari factory.  He bought sari from Karta at wholesale price and started supplying sari at various cloth shops including Kalighat at a profit of 30 rupees.  On the first day, he sold sari for 100 rupees and earned 3 thousand rupees.  From then on, the path of business life started.  Meanwhile, he did his D.B.A. in Business from Calcutta University.  Doctorate.Today, he is the third of the top ten ranked businessmen in Kolkata to climb the ladder of success over time.  His business has spread abroad.  He is the founder of Foman Group of India Limited.  And his younger brother is a history lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia The amount of his property is such that he has to pay government tax of Rs 160 crore every year.  It is said that the soil on which he sets foot is transformed into gold.  He earns 600 to 1000 crore Indian rupees every year.  He owns thousands of crores of rupees.  Ordinary people make political leaders their masters and political leaders make them their masters.  He kept the voice of protest against the injustice of all the parties and the opposition.  His influence from the country to the foreign ministry.Now the question may be what does he do with so much power and money?
He runs five ashrams, three old age homes and two children's ashrams.  He has ten schools in different places.  Where disadvantaged students study for free.  There is a hospital named after his father in Siliguri, where he treats poor people for free.  He is the foremost in all the developmental work of the temple from the mosque.  This time Amfane donated Rs 100 crore to the state ministry.  He is the roof over the heads of hundreds of poor and helpless people.  Has employed thousands of young people.  I also work in his company.  He does not want to come to the media even if he wants different media.  He extended the hand of humanity among the helpless people like himself.

 We did not see the first Mother Teresa but the second Mother Teresa is our dear sister.