Hadiur Zaman 1週 2日前
Chakma, or Changma, is a major small ethnic group in Bangladesh. . Article 21 (a) of the Constitution of Bangladesh states that there is no indigenous people in Bangladesh; Rather than the original Bengali population, this non-Bengali population – the tribe; Small ethnicity; Named the ethnic group. However, these non-Bengali people have been in the process of proclaiming their indigenous rights as per the UN Declaration of Indigenous Rights 20 and the Convention No. 6 and 9 of the International Labor Organization. Chakmara is a branch of the Mongolian nation. The Dingnet tribe, now living in Arakan, Myanmar, is considered a branch of the Chakmas. And they are mainly followers of Theravada Buddhism. Apart from Buddhapurnima, one of their main joy festivals is Biju.