The Kuakata fishing community of Patuakhali is busy in the production of dried fruits. Due to its reputation for quality, the local demand is being met and dried here in different districts of the country. The dry season in Patuakhali starts in November. And it ends in March. The dry villages of Kuakata are busy for 5 consecutive months. After procuring different species of fish including Laita, Tangra, Rupchanda, Churi and Shrimp from the sea, the traders dry them in a special method. Later it went out of the country including the capital. Traders and middlemen are benefiting from the production of dry goods. But the workers are not getting fair wages. However, shopkeepers are happy with the increase in demand for dry goods. The owners wanted the government's attention to keep it alive by mentioning the dry industry as a potential industry. Meanwhile, buyers, including angry tourists, are angry over the unhealthy environment in the dry villages. Meanwhile, 280 owners and workers of the dry villages have been trained, said Kalapara Upazila Senior Fisheries Officer Kamrul Islam. Apart from Kuakata, in Patuakhali
There are 5 more dry villages. Where dry goods worth crores of rupees are not sold every year
I hope you like it very much. I am very happy to present to you the wonderful picture of this dry village in Patuakhali district. I am very happy and happy to have Bangladeshi things. There is a lot of fun and entertainment. Location Bangladesh is a fun and entertaining country. I hope you will like it very much. Patuakhali district is a wonderful place of dry land. It has become very popular among the people abroad. What a wonderful place at present. Here it is dried in the sun Here you can see a woman in the picture, a woman and a man. She is standing in a barn with a cow. She is standing with this cow. She is now cultivating cows. She is having a hard time. Husband and wife are two husbands and wives. Husband sent his wife abroad with great difficulty. He sent his wife abroad at a cost of three and a half lakh rupees from sending her abroad. Two years after sending her abroad with great difficulty, he sent his wife 100,000 rupees at the cost of three and a half lakh rupees. After paying her husband Indina three and a half lakh rupees, her husband again told his wife to come home. In fact, we will do a good job in the country. Farming a cow with a cow that looks very beautiful. By farming this cow, he now has a lot of people in the self-sufficient country that when they go abroad, it seems that he can awaken the light of hope through such an environment. After sending Uke abroad, the three stars came back to the country. Her husband made a farm. She sees a cow with a cow. Now the cow has ten cows in her farm. She is farming with her first pair of cows. She sees a cow. They are now satisfied with the cattle business from Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. 30 lakh. They are now much better off. They are living happily in peace with their families and their children. The woman is cultivating things. Home in the village He is now farming in this village He is now at home He can see this cow from inside This cow The light of his hope has given him self-confidence and morale By cultivating this cow I have uploaded a picture of you to be self-sufficient or to be self-sufficient by trading various kinds of business. I hope you all will like how beautiful the cow is in a house. Reshma Khatun is a very self-reliant person who farms a cow and now she is farming cows. I hope you are doing very well. I am finishing my words by saying that I have posted the picture. I hope you all like it. Like Comment Share Satkhira Taltola Satkhira District Country Bangladesh.Besides him, there are many cows that give milk. His income is 30 to 40 thousand rupees per month. The cost is not very much. However, he farms cows and now he is self-sufficient. He earns a lot of money. Now he has a lot of name in rural areas. People tell everyone that you raise a good breed of cow and tell everyone that I also won but if not lost then now come to the last country and have group chat. People are really very self-sufficient by farming cows so I am a poor farmer now busy. One of the attractions of the fair is the large size of different species of fish. Large fish of various species are found here; In particular, significant quantities of tiger, ayr, boal, katla, pangas, sea tuna, mackerel, etc. are sold and bought in large quantities. However, a large number of farmed small and large fish are also available. During the fair, a large number of large and live fish were found together. During the search, it was found that many fish farmers in the area raised fish for sale at the fair for more profit. In addition, fish such as Baghair, Ayr, etc., which have been caught in the river for a long time for sale at fairs, are kept in local ponds or other ponds. During the fair, the fishing carts that come to the nearby Golabari yard go directly to the fair, the outside vendors collect fish from the fair. Due to the huge demand for big fish for entertaining guests and daughters-in-law during the fair, big fish can be seen in other markets of Gabtali as well. Also available at the fair are wooden furniture, bamboo and cane products, iron products, fruits, a variety of sweet and savory products and lots of lime. Besides, circuses, merry-go-rounds and ballads are organized for entertainment on the occasion of the fair. At the center of the fair, everyone from the surrounding villages invited their son-in-law and entertained them with large fish. In addition to the necessary household items, the farmers also collect lime from the fair for drinking throughout the year. The fair is held at Poradaha area on the banks of Ichhamati, about 11 km east of the city. As a result, the fair is best known as 'Poradaha' fair.
The main attraction of the fair is the variety of fish. The big fish were brought to the yard before dawn on Wednesday. And the retailers rushed to the spot from dawn to dusk. They buy fish according to demand. Later, these traders decorated fish stalls and sat in the shops. Shopping is going on in the shops all day long.
Different species of fish including Baghair, Rui, Katla, Mrigel, Boal, Silver Carp, Bighead, Kalbaus, Pangas are available in this fair. Tigers weighing two to two and a half pounds are also available at the fair. Rui, Katla, Pangas weighing 15 to 20 kg are available.
Another attraction of the fair is the bahari confectionery. Fish shaped sweets, rasgolla, sandesh, jilapi, nimki, sesame seeds, khai, dried sweets are available. One of the attractions of the sweet burning fair weighing 1.5 to 2 kg.
The fair features a variety of cosmetics and toys, including decorative cosmetics, toys, gift items, theft, earrings, necklaces, kajals, makeup boxes, bats, balls, video games. Besides, various wooden, steel and iron furniture are available at the fair.