Suddenly, the bamboo flake broke out in the Balurghat Kalikapur area due to the increase of water in the Atrei river of Balurghat. Various crops, including watermelons and mushrooms that are on the river, also vanish. Suddenly panic caused by the rising water in the Atrei river. In the early hours, locals went to repair bamboo shingles. Preliminary estimates suggest that water in the Atrei River has increased due to the release of dams in Bangladesh. The Atreya river flows through Bangladesh between Kumarganj and Balurghat in southern Dinajpur district. Rubber dams are installed in the river Atrey in Mohanpur, Bangladesh. Bangladesh basically controls the water of this river. In the hilly areas, the last few days of rain has been falling to the ground. Until Friday, the Atrei river water was normal. On Saturday, the volume of water increased once. Suddenly, due to the increase of river water, the bamboo shank between Balughat town Lagua Raghunathpur and Kalikapur collapsed. Other crops, including watermelons and cucumbers, which are fed by rivers in the areas of Pagaliganj, Paranpur and Mahinagar, are washed away.
Great bridge made in bamboo
There is usually no way to understand. Older helpless women, from middle age, are also taking some of their hands from the waters of the river and putting them next to the water. The activities of women on the banks of the Gumani river flowing along the Bhangura-Ashtmanisa road in Pabna would have been inadequate to watch this activity in depth. Slowly facing them down the road, they can see that they are putting underwater bamboo sticks (containers) under the river.
The name of the plant that is named according to its characteristics is shame. Shame is widely known as a herbaceous plant of shy species. Just as people bow their heads in shame, they take it upon themselves without being touched by anything. Shame rages on, leaves fall off. Like a bridegroom in the night, she becomes ashamed. After 5 minutes, she returned to her normal state of self-esteem. Shame is a kind of shrimp grass plant. It has many medicinal properties.
Shy Ranga Shame (4)
The scientific name for shame is MIMOSA PUDIKA Mimosa Pudica. It was first seen in Mexico in Central America. Later it spreads throughout the world. It originates during the monsoon. However, in the right ministry, it can grow all season. It is a kind of weed plant. Its height is difficult to say precisely. However, it is generally thought to be 3-5 feet tall. Its tendons are stretched like a lathe. The stem is cut 2-4 inches thick. The color of the leaves is green. Looks like a bit of a leaf. 8 to 20 pairs of chiral joints of each leaf sack again…
This combination of red, chestnut red on the chests of nature, combined with the love of love, the beauty of this kind of beauty. Blessed with the blessings of nature and the tireless labor and love of the peasantry, several rose villages of Birulia Union in Savar upazila. In response to the cultivation of roses, the farmers are in awe at a festival in Birulia in the presence of visitors, flower buyers, retailers and retailers. However, in the past few years, Birulia is now known as Golap village of love in the presence of the audience. Farmers in the region are meeting the demand for some flowers with regular roses in different areas including the capital and the farmers are passing through the busy time because of the demand for flowers on the first day of Falgun, Love Day and Ekushey February.
Gaibandha Municipal Park, an open space known as the social entertainment center under the control of the Gaibandha Municipality. Gaibandha Pouro Park started on a 3 acre 9th century land donated by landlord Govinda Lal Roy in view of the amusement of the residents of Gaibandha district. The park, which is centered around a pond, has a variety of flowers, fruits and forest trees. And in the middle of the pond there are water fountains and sun-tied ferries on one side. An afternoon can be spent quietly sitting at the foot of the quiet beautiful pond, so the number of visitors here increases as the day goes on. The open sky and pure natural environment with pond ghats, colorful fish, row benches, canteens, galleries and portraits of various animals draw people of all ages to Gaibandha Municipal Park.
Red, white and brown shapalas are catching the eyes of everyone from Barisal, Gopalganj and Pirojpur. Agiljhara in Barisal, Kotalipara in Gopalganj and Nazirpur upazila of Pirojpur are famous for the shapala from the earliest bill area. Until the implementation of the ‘Satla-Baghda Irrigation Project’ in the area, Shapalai was one of the food for the millions of people. There was no food crop production due to water for 3-6 months a year. Fish and Shapalai were the livelihood of the locals. Lack was an integral part of life.
Farmer’s dream about gold fiber is not new. Farmers cultivate jute every year in the hope of getting a fair price. In the month of Ashar-sravan, when the canal-bill, the drain-drain is filled with rain water. Farmer-farmer is busy with the dream of gold to make the golden fiber home.
Every year, the farmers of the area are spending time busy building new jute houses at Punga Bhangra. Now the jute work is under way and the sun is drying. From dawn to dusk, the farmers are relieving the jute from the jig that has been woken up in the morning. Not only the farmers but also the farmers in the area, because of the demand for jute mills
Whatever is the greatest creation in the world, always good / half his / her woman, half his / her male. Haor farming, which once grew in the sweat of men’s labor, is gaining new life in the hands of women. At one time the women of Haor abla, housewives and helpless adjectives are now changing the working of men in parallel with haor, agriculture; As well as the country. New haor is being created in the hands of the family and children who have children. Now the women of Haor are working men as well as men. Helping men in different tasks. He is also playing a role in scarcity of the world.
Looking at the history of the earth, it is seen that almost all the great human civilization was developed on the banks of the river. Cities, ports, cities, villages, fisheries, trade centers, etc. were formed by the center of the river. There were all the modes of travel around this river. On the ship, people sailed from one end of the earth to the other. Besides agriculture, fisheries, fishermen’s profession and culture, the river was the only source of natural resources needed for human day-to-day work. Rivers are today endangered by the competition for occupation, pollution and fill; Mostly extinct.
In the recent past, there were four small rivers spreading like nets in Netrokona district. The people of this area became the center of the river life, occupation, agriculture, business, food and nutrition. The river was the center of culture of the area. The river was the life of the people.
The picture shows how the fish are dried and the mammals are absorbed in large quantities. Scientific studies have shown how the people of the village have now arranged for them to eat and then the people of the village have different types of canals from different rivers. All kindsThere are fish, and they allow the fish to dry in the sun, after drying, they cook with the fish and eat it and this picture shows that it is different and that is, it looks very nice given in the bushes on different shrubs and there are more. The people of the village have given and they are very nice on a tree They have taken it from hereEven if you catch fish, allow them to dry in the sun for drying, and there are various canals and rivers in the village where people of different kinds of small villages and then they eat plenty of dry fish for that reason.
The most drought-prone area in Bangladesh is Barendra region. Due to geographical reasons, the trend of drought is high here. However, at present, due to the regional effects of climate change and various disasters caused by humans, the amount of rainfall has decreased due to the large vegetation being destroyed. As a result, the trend of drought is increasing in Barind region. The water level of Nachol upazila of Tapinawabganj is falling down day by day as high barren area and highly drought prone area. Often during the drought, no vegetables are grown or even cultivated around the country. And during this drought, women take various initiatives to solve their problems. Likewise, a folklore initiative is made by storing pillowcases and saving them.
Sheep is a harmless animal. They like to graze on grass in the pastures, and the group binds them. Sheep gives the baby 2 times in 6 months. A lamb gives a baby from 2 to 5 o’clock. So when the sheep begin to grow, the size of the farm increases in a few years. Sheep can survive only by eating grass. Also, if the granular food is provided, better production can be expected. Sheep can feed all day in the field due to non-existent barren land in the Harirampur area.
Sheep can survive by eating any kind of food. In the pastures, raw plants and climatic grasses such as nalakhara, kaisha, kalami, badla, khurma, dharwabha, waterfowl, henchi, gochi etc. are the favorite food of the sheep. So those who feed the sheep in the pastures do not have to work that much for food. Due to this, more than 100 small herdsmen have been established in the villages of Patgramchar, Natakhola, Harihardia, Selimpur, Baliyak, Haluyaghata, Baliyakach, of Lecharanganj Union.
Although many initiatives were taken before that date, World Wetlands Day is celebrated on 2 February every year. Each year, a theme is prepared for each year, considering the importance of the wetlands of the world, as well as the relationship of people and development. The theme of Wetlands Day was ‘Wetlands and water-based life and sustainable living’ in 28th, the theme of ‘Fish for the future?’, ‘Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People’ in 27th, ‘Rivers and Rivers Management’ in 27th. Livelihoods and climate change ‘,’ Wetlands and forests’ in 27, ‘Watershed and tourism’ in 272, ‘Watersheds and water management’ in 28, The issues of 9 and 20 are ‘wetlands are our future’, 25 ‘wetlands are our future and sustainable development’, 25 ‘reduce wasteland disaster or reduce the risk of wasteland catastrophe; . The theme of the year 2021 has been fixed, ‘wetlands and biodiversity’. The wetlands are our big…
The traditional sailing boat, one of the container holders of the folk culture of rural Bengal, is on the verge of extinction due to the evolution of time, the plight of the lost river and the development of mechanical civilization. Neither one of the flocks in the hand nor the brown eyes, but their boat does not rise again. The new bride no longer wants a sailing boat to go to her father’s house from her father-in-law’s house. The river and sail boat are closely associated with the daily life of most people in the Padma, Jamuna, Kaliganga and Dhaleshwari rivers. Boats have increased the beauty of the nature of the Padma, Jamuna, Kaliganga and Dhaleshwari rivers from ten to fifteen years ago. These boats were colorful sail. The clatter of transparent water and the fall of the swirling wind have given rise to the sound of life. Unlike the sailing boat on the river, the mind was satisfied with the spectacular scenery of rowing boats and flying sails from the shores of Padma, Jamuna, Kaliganga and Dhaleshwari.
Language martyrs were honored on February 27 every year with the initiative of various institutions including schools, colleges, universities. Particularly in urban areas, participation of all levels, including women and men, is observed. However, the participation of rural women is not noticeable. Despite the desire, rural women do not go to Shaheed Minar due to social and family constraints. Contrary to the prevailing incident, a different incident was observed in Bayra village of Singaira upazila. People of Bayara village cut their own bananas and made paper wrappers and paid tribute to the language martyrs. A total of 3 women from the village of Bayra along with their young children paid tribute to the martyrs of the language at the shrine altar they had made on the morning of February 26.
The jungle shrubs that grow in the forest jungle shrubs used for the construction of fishery vessels, baiti, khakun, are called lei in the local language of Pabna. During the monsoon, demand for these fishing materials increases as demand increases. So, the needy people of Chatmohar and its adjoining ^ circuit area went out in search of the lai in various parts of the country including the Barendra area of Rajshahi, Rangpur Dinajpur. From those areas, they collected the lye and brought it for sale to Amritkunda, the only lye huts in Chatmohar in Pabna. The lobes swarm the forest as the bamboo flies survive, so are the lives of hundreds of people in the Chalanbil area.
Farmers in the area are busy experimenting day and night to harvest the salt soil. The cultivation of this well method is one of the crops of their experiment. It is a coastal practice of cultivating salt soil. About paddy cultivation in Boro season through the well system, said the village of Patrakhola of Ramjannagar union. Momin Ali said, “For 5/20 years, I cut wells on one side of the land and cultivated boro rice. In one bigha land, I cut two wells in two corners and cultivated boro rice. The ground water is taken from the canal of Antakhali. Then take the water from the well and cultivate boro rice. ” He also said, “The well is 5 feet long, 4 feet wide and 5-7 feet deep. Three times a day (morning, noon, afternoon) water can be harvested. Every morning the water is full but in the afternoon and in the afternoon a little water goes up. Up to the month of Magh, the well gets good water. But since the month of Falgun, the water level is decreasing and no more water is available after that date. He said, “The first is that the well is cut off from this bill. Then gradually the use of wells increased. At present, the Hulu bill in Patarakhola village has been closed for three hundred years…
Every year, on the sixth day of the sixth day, the tradition of Jamai Mela is organized in Bangla field through various formalities. Every kind of shop in the center of the fair. Organizing marathons, three-phase races, bicycle races are a regular part of the fair. The highlight of the fair is the Jamai tradition. The style of the fair goes to the jamide’s appetite for who will buy the big fish. On the second day of the fair, the mother-daughter and sister-in-law did not find the place where the crowded feet fell. The second day of the fair is basically dominated by the girl. On this day of the year, the daughter and daughter-in-law come from far and wide. People from ten villages rushed to enjoy the fair.
What is shown in this picture is that Niladri Lake is a beautiful and attractive place in Bangladesh where everyone wants to visit the beautiful place where people are always seen.Everybody wants to go on leisure time and if it is a beautiful and attractive place then there is no need for people to go to different places like Eid holidays.But now Bangladesh has got such a big holiday that nobody can go anywhere on vacation. The main reason is because of the coronavirus, the novel coronavirus virus. Some have even been terrified that not everyone is in the situation Anata to resortEveryone is very careful to avoid this virus, so everyone is having the same excitement as they can not go anywhere during the holidays.And there is a great history behind the naming of Niladri Lake to see this lake and its beautiful scenery. It cannot be said that it is like a rich hill with very beautiful green vegetation and the people of this place are surrounded by very beautiful and beautiful places of Bangladesh. Due to which the people of Bangladesh are very proudAnd there is a beautiful winding road passing along this lake, where people are always traveling, as shown in the picture.
What is shown in this picture is very remarkable because in this picture, different types of vegetables are grown by people of different kinds of vegetation, not only the many vegetables that are scattered in the fields but also the vegetables collected from them.Every day, people from the village pick up different vegetables from the kitchen and always work with them, which is a really nice dress and that’s what is shown here. There are a few women sitting together and they have different types of vegetables.There are different types of herbs, one of which is the main highway, leafy greens and many different types of herbs and more that are dear to everyone, and women are all in one place and they do it together.Everyone will cook them together, so everyone has decided to sit in one place and they are going to cook.