Khadiza Khatun 3日 1時間前
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.