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The picture has been taken from Purulia Ayodhya Pahar.  The biggest panic is the terror of this virus.  There is no peace in the house.  So many months from inside the house, the mind and body are full of weight!  Once or twice I went out with the bike.  But Corona's panic and the bamboo (read stick) in the hands of the policemen did not dare to go far!  Finally, on September 12, the situation seemed to be a little normal, the bike seemed a little short.  I am the son of Purulia from beginning to end!  The empty field, the desert, just outside the house;  Green spread as far as the two eyes can go!  I don't think there is any better medicine than to make the mind better.  The crowd danced with joy as they crossed the city and reached the banks of the Kansai River.  Blue sky above, as if someone has spread a lot of white cotton!  They are running around with joy in their minds.  As I looked down, I saw a group of coughs on the horizon in the sand of Kansai.  It's falling on his shoulder once, so he's on his shoulder once!  I realized that the joy of liberation is not only mine today!  I crossed the bronze and turned right at the Tamna turn.  Of all the roads in Purulia, this one is my favorite.  This road, which is crouched like a python rising straight to Ayodhya, calls out with its hands clasped, forgetting all backwardness and moving forward freely.  This road makes me feel uncomfortable with the touch of my hand like an eighteenth lover.  Adolescence is like a young man who wants to be swept away by the tide of unrequited love without any hindrance.  The accelerator of the bike keeps turning on its own, the fork of the meter goes through sixty, seventy, eighty houses and goes to the door of the bed and starts knocking.  Fighting against the reckless wind coming from the front, I laughed, crossed Sirkabad and faced Ayodhya.  Sitting quietly like an arrogant housewife, the more I move towards Ayodhya, the more I feel hesitant.  Not seen for a long time, not taken news for a long time.  I do not know how my darling!  For a long time, I felt that the smile that had appeared on my face suddenly seemed to disappear!  Instead, the crowd came to the corner of the mind a piece of grief!  When I approached and stood, it seemed as if the unspoken words had been frozen in the chest of Ayodhya for a long time!  I thought I have a lot to say!  I went to a desert and sat down.  The game of standard arrogance lasted for a while!  Then who is that again!  I looked around and saw that she had become more beautiful in the last few months, and that her youth had become more beautiful than before!  I lay on my chest in Ayodhya for a while and took a deep breath, then went out for my favorite places.  Touch of joy again cut the bad!  First we went to Bamni Falls, then Marble Lake, then Upper Dam, Lower Dam.  I saw everywhere, everyone is the same as before.  However, I could not get over the upset completely.  Rather, I took the way back home with a heavy mind!  In other years I go this time, there are people around, it seems Pujo has come.  Pujo means holiday, forgetting all the setbacks and rejoicing for a few days.  But this time how calm!  There is no crowd of people, no joy, no one has a good mind.  There are a few shops in Marble Lake or Bamni Falls at this time.  Lentils, water bottles, chips, lozenges.  He has nothing more.  However, since people come all day to sell, the cost goes up a lot.  From August to September to March to April, they stay in these places regularly, sell sales, help tourists if they need any help.  But this time they are not.  Maybe when people start coming, they will sit in their own place.  There is no opportunity for such work in Ayodhya or Baghmundi, so most of the youth try to run their own business by working in small shops, hotels or guides.  But as tourism is not normal yet, their life is also stuck.  The small hotel restaurants are counting down the days to closing forever.  If they continue like this for some time, their future is really uncertain.  I have been feeling bad since I came back that day.  Today is the beginning of Mahalaya, Devi Paksha.  When mother came, she came to do everything well.  So I wrote down what was going on.  All the hotel lodges are opening from October 1.  People have also started coming in small numbers.  However, from October, it is expected that everything will continue as usual.  I will tell those who are suffering from this dilemma whether to go out or not to go out with a calm mind.  And sitting at home is not possible in any way. And everything we do is directly or indirectly related to each other.  So we have to look around a little this time.  Be careful, make sure.  Nothing can touch you.  But wherever you go, keep your distance from people for the time being.  Masks, sanitizers don't seem to be leaving our lives right now.  So keep them together.  Keep both body and mind healthy and strong.  And if you want, go out on Pujo holiday.  Not to mention Purulia, the situation is the same in other places.  Everyone involved in tourism is waiting for people like me.  So if the mind wants to go, then go out with safety measurement wherever you want.  It is dangerous when the corona reaches the body, but once it reaches the inside of the brain, it is terrible.  So stay in good spirits, don't let fatigue come.  Talk to the people around you, live life to the fullest.  Purulia welcomes all those who come in or after the pujo.  Feel free to let me know if you need any help.  Another day I will go towards Garhpanchkot Baranti.  I will come and write about how those places are now.  That's all for today.
 Everyone stay healthy, stay well.  Pujo cuts very well.  Best wishes and congratulations in advance to Mahalaya and Shardiya.  Taken from the wall of a brother in Purulia.  I could not read or share the article.
It has been wisely said "the mountains have survived".  Mountains are a part of life.  It stores water and uses harrows, allowing it to flow in the shape of a river, giving it a beauty, elevating the waterfall and coordinating all the flora and fauna of the habitat.  Korbi Anglong is the only two hill districts in Assam.  The mountains of Karbi Anglong provide life in the surrounding area but the beauty of existence is unknown to most of us.  The western Karbi Anglong district has been created by bifurcating the existing district of Karbi Anglong.  Departing from Diphu I was walking along a beautiful road “Silchar-Porbandar East-West Corridor”.  The road from Lumding to Amsai is as beautiful as the road.  The beautiful hills are behind my eyes with healthy and fresh air welcome The beauty of Umswai Valley Kaumswai Valley and continued mountains waited for me.  Sikdamakha, a village near Umswai valley, has been declared as one of the cleanest villages in Assam by the government of Assam.  Since my destination was towards Masadadiyang, I left Sikdamkha for my next trip.  The ancient valley of Umswai has encouraged locals as well as trekking enthusiasts to explore the beauty of the region.  "Hello Amry Trekking Tour" is organized every year.  Masladiang: Arriving at Masladiang, a quiet and peaceful village, Karbi went to a very small tourist lodge built by the Tourism Department by the Anglo-Autonomous Council.  The water fetching location is a 400 meter walk where there is beautiful and natural water flow.  R Aurod Arang Ding Ding in Masladiang: A visit to a temple with various metallic sounds from stone.  This temple is 5 km away from Masladiang, where the locals built a small temple because they believed that the stone could have divine power.  Most of the medium and large stones inside the temple were echoed with metallic sound after the blow.  Arlong Ding Ding Ma Man Kamna Temple: Entering the Ma Man Kamna Temple It is also believed that anyone who comes to this temple with faith and prayers is not returned empty handed as the Goddess prays on her devotees.  According to the locals, Maa Manakaman is the sister of the goddess Maa Kamakhya.
  Map of Manokmana Mandirhotas
  Manokaman temple.
Here we can see Nijhum Island
 The island of Nijhum gradually awoke in the 1940s at the mouth of the Meghna River, south of Hatia upazila in Noakhali district, in the deep sea, in a quiet, secluded and soothing form.  There is a view of deer running in groups on the green covered Nakshikantha field on the banks of the narrow canal flowing along the Keora-Gewa forest and drinking water on the banks of the canal at high tide.  Such enchanting nature is enjoyable every day throughout the season.
Settlement in Nijhumdwip started in the mid-fifties.  Originally from Hatiyar Jahajmara Union, some fishing families first came to Nijhumdwip.  Fishermen named this island Ichhamati Island as a lot of Ichha fish (shrimp) were caught in the area adjacent to Nijhumdwip.  The soil of this island is shiny sandy, so the fishermen named it Ballarchar or Balur Char.  The island was sometimes referred to as Baylor Dale or Ballarchar by the locals as it sometimes resembled a sand dune or tiller.  Although the name Ichhamati Island has been lost over time, locals still refer to the island as Baylor Dale or Ballarchar.  Whether it is Nijhum Island or Bailar Dale or Ballarchar, the Diyara Survey Department of the Ministry of Lands surveys the land of this island as Char Osman Mouza.  It is said that a brave Bathania named Sardar Osman was the first to cross the Meghna with 100 buffaloes and come to this island for the first time.  On November 12, 1970, a catastrophic cyclone wiped out everything.  The town became desolate.  After independence, he took charge of the forest department and started afforestation.  The entire Nijhum Island is inhabited on about 3000.00 acres and the rest is covered by mangrove forestry.  Whether it is Ichhamati Island or Bailar Dale or Ballarchar or Char Osman by local name - in 1974 Hatiyar then MP and State Minister for Youth, Sports and Forests late Amirul Islam alias Kalam took domestic and foreign tourists to Char Osman and amazed everyone.  He observed its calm and gentle form and named this island Nijhum Island.  Since then, its reputation as a silent island has spread.
The island of Nijhum gradually awoke in the 1940s at the mouth of the Meghna River, south of Hatia Upazila in Noakhali District, in the deep sea, in a quiet, soothing form.  There is a view of deer running and drinking in groups on the green covered Nakshikantha field on the banks of the narrow canal flowing along the Keora-Gewa forest.  Such enchanting nature is enjoyable every day throughout the season.
 Nijhum Island is a small island in Bangladesh.  Nijhum Island under Hatia upazila of Noakhali district.  Although it is called an 'island', it is basically a 'char'.  The former name of Nijhum Island was Char-Osman.  A Bathania named Osman first settled on Nijhum Island with his buffalo herd.  It was then named after him.  Later, Hatiyar MP Amirul Islam Kalam changed the name to Nijhum Island.  There were no settlements until the 1960s, so the island was quiet.
 Settlement began in Nijhumdwip in the mid-fifties.  Originally from Hatiyar Jahajmara Union, some fishing families first came to Nijhumdwip.  Fishermen named this island Ichhamati Island as a lot of Ichha fish (shrimp) were caught in the area adjacent to Nijhumdwip.  The soil of this island is shiny sandy, so the fishermen named it Ballarchar or Balur Char.  The island was sometimes referred to as Baylor Dale or Ballarchar by the locals as it sometimes resembled a sand dune or tiller.  Although the name Ichhamati Island has been lost over time, locals still refer to the island as Baylor Dale or Ballarchar.  Whether it is Nijhum Island or Bailar Dale or Ballarchar, the Diyara Survey Department of the Ministry of Lands surveys the land of this island as Char Osman Mouza.  It is said that a brave Bathania named Sardar Osman was the first to cross the Meghna with 100 buffaloes and come to the island first.  On November 12, 1970, a catastrophic cyclone wiped out everything.  The town became desolate.  After independence, he took charge of the forest department and started afforestation.  The entire Nijhum Island has a human settlement of about 3000.00 acres and the rest is covered with mangrove forestry.  Whether it is Ichhamati Island or Bailar Dale or Ballarchar or Char Osman locally - in 1974 Hatiyar then MP and Minister of State for Youth, Sports and Forests late Amirul Islam alias Kalam took domestic and foreign tourists to Char Osman and amazed everyone.  He observed its calm and gentle form and named this island Nijhum Island.  Since then, its reputation as a silent island has spread.
With the development of civilization and the touch of modernity, the traditional sports of rural Bengal are getting lost.  Today's old people have not seen the sports that they played in their childhood and now they have forgotten the names of many sports.  At one time the children and youths of the village were accustomed to various sports besides studies.  In their spare time, they used to play these games in groups in the open field of the village.  And the children were involved in mischief in childhood through sports.  But with the loss of field-bill-lake, the touch of modern civilization and the evolution of time, these sports have been lost from the history of the great age.  Rural sports is our original sports culture.  These sports once carried the heritage of our rural culture.
With the extinction of the rural game, it is difficult to find its existence today.  Kabaddi, Dandiyabandha, Gollachut, Bauchi, Kanamachhi etc. are not popular in the village itself.  Among the sports lost in rural Bengal are ha-du-du, kabaddi, dariyabandha, manduruj, gadan, kho-kho, dangs, gollachut, goshat tola, chikka, ango ango, kutkut, langcha, king king game, bombasting, hari.  , Wisdom, Tea Game, Bouchi, Woodpecker, Rope Jumping, Ice Water, Rope Pulling, Chair Seating, Handkerchief Theft, Eyewitness, Kanamachhi, Openty Biscop, Boating, Horse Racing, Elating Belting, Agdum Bagdum  Balre, Kapal Toka, Bourani, Chhakka, Bangar Mata, Lathikhela, Balikhela, Aichcha Bhanga, Kut Kut, Moila, Ram Sam Jadu Madhu, Chor Dakat, Marble, Satchara, Thilo Empress, Sholgudda, Bull Fight, Cock Fight, Cock Fight,  , Badan, Lapa Lapi, Logo Logo, Pomegranate game is one of them.  Itching Beaching, Ekkadokka, Open to Biscop, Cow Game, Kanamachhi, Kabaddi, Kutkut, Gollachut, Jabbar Balikhela, Topabhati, Dangs, Dariabandha, Nunta Khela, Boat Boach, Puppet Game, Flower Toka, Bouchi, Bangladesh Sports  Marble game, rooster fight (rural game), latim, bull fight, sixteen guti.  These traditional lost sports are no longer seen anywhere.
The city of Tokyo is located in the middle of the Pacific coast on the east side of Honshu Island, the largest of the four main islands in the Japanese archipelago, at the head of Tokyo Bay.  The city stands on the lion's share of the southernmost part of the Kantau Plain, Japan's largest plain region, mainly on some silty, low plains and some adjacent hilly highlands.  Tokyo's climate is humid subtropical.  Here summers are warm and humid and winters are mild.  It rains in summer and early autumn.  There are usually two or three typhoons in September and October.

  Where Tokyo is now, it has been inhabited since ancient times.  For centuries, there was a small fishing village called Edo.  During the reign of Tokugawa Shoguna (1603-16) in the history of Japan, the village of Edo became a town and eventually became the capital of the Shoguna.  However, the Japanese emperor's family still lived in the ancient imperial capital, Kyoto, or Kyoto.  When Meiji was re-established in 16, the Tokugawa Dynasty (1803-18), which ruled the country from Kyoto, was overthrown, the Shogunat fell, and the empire's capital was moved to Edo.  In the same year, the city was renamed Tokyo from its original name "Edo".  The word "Tokyo" means "capital of the east".  Edo has been the largest city in Japan since the 16th century, before the name was changed to Tokyo.  By the end of the 19th century, the city's population had surpassed one million.  In 1943, the former Tauki-Fu (東京 府) meaning Tokyo District and Tauki-Shi (東京 市) meaning the City of Tokyo were merged to form the Tauki-To (東京 都), or Tokyo metropolis.  Tokyo is therefore a special administrative division between the city and the district.  The Tokyo metropolitan government manages 23 special areas of the main city of Tokyo, 30 municipalities to its west, and two islands in the Gulf of Tokyo.

  Tokyo is currently the center of Japan's economy, trade, industry, education and culture.  The city is also Japan's main connecting point in terms of trade and diplomatic relations with the outside world.  Many local and international economic and trade organizations and businesses are headquartered in downtown Tokyo.  The city is an important wholesale market center;  Various goods arrive in Tokyo from all over Japan and from abroad and are distributed from here.  The city of Tokyo belongs to the larger Keihin industrial area.  The industrial area is concentrated on the west coast of the Gulf of Tokyo and is Japan's main industrial area.  Tokyo has a large number of small and labor-intensive factories, including the printing press, publishing industry and electrical equipment. In 2011, 51 of the world's top 500 businesses (Fortune Global 500) were located in Tokyo, the highest of any city in the world.  Twice ranked third in the development index.  The city also ranks first on the World Economic Strength Index.  Tokyo metropolitan economy is the largest urban economy in the world.  Tokyo's gross domestic product (GDP) is ৬ 1.6 trillion in terms of purchasing power parity.  If Tokyo were a country, it would be the 15th largest economy in the world. [5]

  The main city of Tokyo consists of 23 special administrative areas.  The Royal Palace of Japan is located in the heart of Tokyo.  The palace is surrounded by stone walls, moats and spacious gardens.  Adjacent to the east side of the palace is the colorful Marunouchi area, a major center of Japanese trade.  To the south of the palace is the Kasumigaseki area, where many national level government offices are located.  To its west is the Nagatacho area, home to Japan's national "diyat" or parliament building.  There is no central commercial area in Tokyo.  The city consists of many clusters of urban areas;  These areas are largely surrounded by railway stations, where shops, malls, hotels, business office buildings and restaurants are densely populated.  These clusters are sometimes located in non-modern areas with relatively few buildings, although they also have similar buildings.  There are different types of buildings in Tokyo.  Ancient Japanese wooden houses can still be seen here, although their numbers are slowly declining.  There are also many stone and brick buildings built during the Meiji period (18-1912).  After World War II, many skyscrapers were built in the city with concrete and steel.  The glittering Ginza shopping area in the eastern part of the city center is world famous.  The Kanda area, northeast of the palace, is home to many universities, bookstores and publications.  Tokyo's city-parks are not as large as in Europe-America, but they are numerous and often have beautiful Japanese-style gardens.

  Tokyo is Japan's main cultural center.  The city of Tokyo is a fusion of tradition with sophisticated lifestyles.  There are all the historical temples here, just as there are sky-scraping buildings illuminated by neon lights.  The rich Meiji Shinto shrine is known for its high entrances and the surrounding wooded area.  The Tokyo National Museum in the Ueno city-park area has many exhibitions depicting the classical art and history of Japan and Asia.  A science museum, a zoo and two important art museums are located in the same area.  There are also several science and art museums in the vicinity of the palace.  There are also many other types of museums scattered throughout the city.  It is possible to visit the reconstructed Kabuki Theater at the Edo-Tokyo Museum.  Theaters in Tokyo regularly serve traditional kabuki plays as well as modern ones.  In addition, harmony, lyric drama, etc. Western classical music and dance are always served.  The city has television networks called Fuji TV, Tokyo MX, TV Tokyo, TV Asahi, Nippon Television, NHK and Tokyo Broadcasting System.  Many of Japan's major universities and high schools are located in the Tokyo metropolitan area;  The University of Tokyo is the most important of these.  Walking along the old, narrow streets of the Asasuka area, you'll see shops, kimono-clad women, and the Sensou-ji Buddhist temple, built in the 7th century.  On the other hand, if you go to Roppongi area, you will see wild nightclubs and karaoke singing bars.  A combination of state-of-the-art electronic technology stores can be found in the Akhibara area.  Homemade Japanese-style pubs called Izakaya for drinking are scattered throughout Tokyo.  Near the city center is the Sukiji Fish Market, which is famous for its tuna fish auctions.  At the top of the towering Tokyo Skytree Tower, it is possible for the public to observe a wide view of the entire city of Tokyo from an open observation platform.  Tokyo's food shops are always bustling.  A visit to Shibuya and Harajuku gives a good idea of ​​the style of dress of the teenagers.

  Tokyo is Japan's main transportation hub.  It is also an important international transport hub.  A dense network of electric trains, subways, buses and highways serves Tokyo.  Tokyo Railway Station is the central railway station for the whole of Japan;  High-speed Shinkansen trains from western Japan also pass through here.  All trains from Tokyo to northern Japan meet at Ueno Station.  Tokyo's Shinjuku Railway Station, on the other hand, is the final destination for trains from central Honshu and the western suburbs of Tokyo.  Several privately owned electric railways provide intercity transportation services.  Tokyo International Airport is located in Narita, Chiba District.  Haneda Airport, located near the Gulf of Tokyo, provides domestic flights.

  Tokyo is busy all year round.  New Year's Day is celebrated on January 1, according to Gregorian;  During this time many pilgrims throng the tombs.  Cherry blossoms are celebrated throughout the city of Tokyo in April.  The Sanja Matsuri festival is celebrated in May, with a procession of portable tombs.  The Sumida River Fireworks Festival is held in July.  The ancestors are commemorated on a Buddhist holiday called Obon in August.  In the same month, a procession was organized in the vicinity of Koenji Railway Station during the Awa Odori festival.