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Bangladesh being the largest riverine delta of the world is still today as if looks like a magical tapestry of green woven intricately by unspoiled nature. Bangladesh is blessed with some of the world's splendid and enchanting eco-tourism spots of diverse nature - the Sundarbans forest - the home of Royal Bengal Tiger stands as the largest mangrove forest of the world with wide range of wildlife habitat and world heritage area. The archaeological wonder of Mohasthangarh, the biggest Buddhist monastery of Paharpur and the Sat Gombudh Mosque, the other world heritage area along with the world's longest unbroken sandy sea beach at Cox's Bazar, the tranquil coastal islands like St. Martin, Moheskhali, Cheradeep, Sonadia, Kuakata, Kutubdia, the largest tea garden at Srimongal, the enchanting tribal life of Chittagong hill districts of Rangamati, Bandarban, Khagrachary on the slope of luminous valleys covered with the virgin forest and the magnificent lake of Kaptai, Rangamati constitute the most attractive destination of the New Millenium. As such Bangladesh is considered as one of the most potential country for ecotourism among the South Asian countries.

Explore Bangladesh and discover the exciting virgin land, meet the most friendly and hospitable people with rich cultural heritage.

 
     
 

Touch of an Ancient Nation

 
     
 

Evidences found in the hilly areas of Sitakundu, Chittagong, Rangamati and Comilla, in the eastsoutheastern belt together with a group of about a dozen polished celts of fossil-wood discovered during excavations at the Salban Vihara mound in Mainamati, certainly indicate the unmistakable footsteps of early man in this region. Excavations at Mahasthan have revealed cultural layers dating back to the third century BC. Descriptions of the area reached as far as Greece and China. Hiuen Tsiang, a Chinese traveler who visited Mahasthan between 638 645 AD, described an earlier visit to the city by the Buddha. Ashoka, the great Mauryan emperor (250 BC), built a stupa in Mahasthan to commemorate a relic left there by the Buddha.

During the first several centuries after Christ many kingdoms- some Buddhist, others Hinduflourished, then decayed. In the mid-eighth century the people, tired of anarchy, raised to the throne an indigenous chief named Gopala. He began the famous Pala dynasty, whose kings ruled the lower Ganges and Brahmaputra valleys for more than three hundred years. The Pala kings were great patrons of art and learning.

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The Chandras, also Buddhists and contemporary to the Palas, flourished in the eastern region of Bangladesh from the ninth to the eleventh century. The Chandra dynasty left behind an impressive archeological record of its cultural, religious and political achievements.

 
 
During the Pala, Chandra: and later Sena periods, her cotton fabric (Muslin) was world renowned. Eventually the Bangla school of Buddhism spread north through Nepal to Tibet and south through Myanmar to Java.
 
 

 
 

Rivers and Riverine Life

 
   
  Bangladesh is a land created and sustained by rivers. The three great rivers, the Ganges-Padma, the Brahmaputra-Jamuna and the Meghna, along with their tributaries discharge into the Bay of Bengal an amount of water which is the third highest in the world, after the Amazan and the Congo systems.  
     
 

The rivers have not only created the alluvial plains of Bangladesh, they have also fashioned the economic, cultural and social life of her people. They have proved to be sources of joy and misery to the people and the land. They have also played a great role in the history of Bengal. Alexander the Great who marched upto North India and heard about the mighty waves of the Ganges dared not cross into this part of the world. The Mughals who held sway over the rest of India were only marginally successful in their expeditions into Bengal. The rivers were the greatest barriers that baffled the advancing troops of the Mughals. Centuries later, in 1971, it was the rivers that gave the Bangalee freedom fighters an edge over the dry land soilders of Pakistan.

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The People Their Avocation

 
     
 

Bangladesh is predominantly rural although gradual urbanization is under way. The main callings of her people agriculture, fishing weaving, pottery, small trade--are village-based. Her chief resources are her two main crops- rice and jute. Even for the minority living in Bangladesh's towns and cities, the real home is their ancestral village home.

 
     
 

The key to the existence and tempo of village life is nature - the land and its seasons. The sowing, growing, and harvesting of the land follow the cycle of seasons.

Most people of Bangladesh spring from the same stock, speak the same language, share the same culture. Although people belong to four different religions- Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Buddhism, the people seem tempered by their lush green surroundings into a special race Bangalee in character - transcending religious differences. The produce of her field and rivers determine taste; the bright sun and humid climate mould fashions of dress and design.

The Bangalee is proud of his motherland, of his language, of Bangla literature, Bangalees are of a poetic nature- emotional sensitive and artistic Even the poorest house in the villages is adorned by simple expressions of folk art- if only a pattern of paint on a doorway. Villagers delight in personal adornment- young girls wear flowers in their hair. Normal household duties are performed in the manner of an elaborate ritual- certain acts befit sunrise. others sunset.

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