BECOMING A LOST GENERATION

BECOMING A LOST GENERATION

BECOMING A LOST GENERATION Around half a million Rohingya children have been languishing and have no access to education in refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar. They say we’re on the verge of completing their schooling in a few months’ time when they were forced to flee their

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SHIP BREAKING

SHIP BREAKING

  SHIP BREAKING The ship-breaking industry at Sitakundo started its operation in 1960. Due to lower labor costs and less stringent environmental regulations Chittagong ship breaking yard booms in a very short period of time. Destroying thousands of trees in coastal areas, constant harmful oily substance from

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Deadly Fire at Rohingya Refugees Camp

Deadly Fire at Rohingya Refugees Camp

  Deadly Fire at Rohingya Refugees Camp A massive fire that tore through a sprawling refugee camp in southern Bangladesh — home to an estimated 1 million Rohingya refugees from neighboring Myanmar — has killed at least 15 people and displaced at least 45,000 more. The United

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STONE LIVING

STONE LIVING

  STONE LIVING The Piyang River at Jaflong, day by day losing its natural beauty, it’s going slowly death and now it’s a stone quarry. Jaflong is located at the foot of the beautiful Meghalaya Hills in the northeastern part of Bangladesh. During monsoons, the river currents

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WHEN BUDDHA SLEEPING

    WHEN BUDDHA SLEEPING Thousands of Rohingyas have crossed the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh after the Burmese army started an operation against the Rohingyas by killing, raping, and burning their homes in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. As of December 2017, an estimated 7,23,000 Rohingya

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ROHINGYA EXODUS

ROHINGYA EXODUS

  ROHINGYA EXODUS According to UNHCR, around 723,000 refugees have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar after the Burmese army started an operation against the Rohingyas, by burning and destroying their home in the Rakhine state of Myanmar.   Cox’sbazar, Bangladesh | October 2017

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BORN FOR WORK

BORN FOR WORK

  Bholagonj is located on the northeastern part and Indian border site of India Bangladesh. It is one of the biggest stone quarry field in Bangladesh. Every day more than 1000 children work as stone laborers with their parents, on the field to collect stone. All collected

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The “BISHWA IJTEMA”

The “BISHWA IJTEMA”

    BISHWA IJTEMA MUSLIM PILGRIMAGE The “Bishwa Ijtema” the World or Global Congregation or Meeting is an annual Tablighi Jamaat Islamic movement congregation held at Bangladesh&nbsH. Since 1942 every year in January month Bangladesh organizing this congregation.   It is the 2nd largest Muslim congregation in the

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CHARAK PUJA

CHARAK PUJA

  Charak Puja A group of Hindu devotees perform the rituals of Charak Puja. It is a very enchanting folk festival of Southern Belt of Bangladesh and West Bengal. It is also known as “Nil Puja”. The believers of Hindu religion celebrate this on the last day

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HONEY HUNTING

HONEY HUNTING

  Honey Hunting Honey hunting operation under the Satkhira, Bangladesh range of the “Sundarban” forest (UNESCO World Heritage) began on 1st April for three month long. More than 1000 honey hunters known as “Mawals” join the honey collecting operation every year. About 1, 20,000 kilograms of honey

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LIVE IN FISHING

LIVE IN FISHING

  Dubla Island located at the southern border of the Sundarban facing the Bay of Bengal of Bangladesh. Fishing time in this island October to march. Actually these 5 months they can catch many fishes. More than five thousand fishermen come this island for fishing from different

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THE REAL WATER WORLD

THE REAL WATER WORLD

  THE REAL WATER WORLD The Bajau people of Malaysia live their lives completely at sea, living in wooden huts and spending their days fishing. The Bajau people fled the Philippines to Malaysia, but they were not allowed to settle because of their immigrant status. So rather

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RASH FESTIVAL

RASH FESTIVAL

  “Rash Mela” is the 200-years-old Traditional religious event honoring the Hindu God Lord Krishna which is held at Dubla island. Dubla island stands on the Bay of Bengal and is a part of the Sundarban Forest. Every year it’s held on “Rash Purnima” (Rash Full Moon),

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DESERT FESTIVAL

DESERT FESTIVAL

  Desert Festival The desert festival in Jaisalmer was started to attract foreign tourists, who always wanted to explore as many facets of Rajasthan as they could in the possible crunch of time. The three-day event stresses more on local elements and heritage. Desert Festival of Jaisalmer

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DOLMABAHCE PALACE

DOLMABAHCE PALACE

  Dolmabahce Palace built in 19th century is one of the most glamorous palaces in the world. Dolmabahçe (Filled-in Garden) comes from the Turkish dolma meaning “filled” and bahçe meaning “garden. The Palace was ordered by the Empire’s 31st Sultan, Abdul Mecit and built between the years 1843

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THE BLUE MOSQUE

THE BLUE MOSQUE

  The Blue Mosque (Called Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish) is an historical mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is known as the Blue Mosque because of blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design. Mosque was built between 1609 and 1616 years, during the rule of Ahmed I. just like many

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WATER FESTIVAL

WATER FESTIVAL

water Festival Ethnic Rakhain community celebrates water festival. It is a part of their New Year celebration. Young boys and girls throw water to each other to express their love and selecting life partner. The Rakhain boys come across from different places performing music and dance. Then

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