Bangladesh stories, books, poems, and more

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I saw you in a dream last night... Read More
I asked her, whether she still believed in love, after all she has done, after all that had been done to her. She considered the question carefully and after several beats, said, I do it because I love my family. Read More
Bibhuti Shah is a Bangladeshi. As a Hindu he leaved his mother land in 1971. But he does not leave his country, but situation is not friendly. Read More

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This is a story about my experience whilst traveling down the mighty brown murky waters of the Padma River in Bangladesh on a large boat that looked like it shouldn't of been sailing whilst in a middle of an almighty storm which caused the boat to ever so slightly lean… Read More
This is a story about two brothers who migrated to Europe and are looking to reconnect after losing touch, coping with the difficulties that separated them in the first place. Read More
This piece is about a girl who committed suicide after a crucial break with her boyfriend. The relationship that grew between them was unclear to both of them and they took it very much superficially. Afterwards, that happened what should have been happened. Dear reader, as the plot of the… Read More
Tales of Love, Murder, and Kebabs in the Bangladeshi town of Shavar. These were written roughly 10 years ago, three months into training during my Peace Corps service in Bangladesh. If any Bangladeshi reader feels offended, please go ahead and feel offended, but do realize it's a fictional work, and… Read More

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The winter in Bangladesh was generally considered as pleasant.Usually lifestyle change in this season and many activities like,visiting countryside with family and friends, picnic,travels,sightseeing,festivals,fairs,ceremonies take place in this season. But,this winter that has started in December,2012 and rolled to January,2013 is different.Several cold waves have crippled the life of common… Read More

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October 05, 2012

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In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first part of his odyssey took him through South America and up through Africa, accompanied by his mythical hunter companion, Orion. His vision quest continued around the second cartwheel of the… Read More
Iraqi security officers were very helpful, professional and respectful to all mourners. On Monday, at least 28 people were killed and 78 wounded in a wave of bomb attacks in central Iraq against mourners. I Ajmal Mehdi condemns in the strongest terms by volunteering my time in Karbala for help… Read More
Bangladesh is slowly reforming as the 1971 war has just ended, but it is becoming a corrupt place for people to stay. During all this mess, Adeela is born and as she grows up she only realizes how hard it is to belong to a loving family, or succeed at… Read More
They say, "All roads lead to Rome" but in my heart all roads lead to the sandy shore of Cod's canvas, Cox's Bazar. Read More
There have been a lot of debates that whether the governance system mentioned above is based on Universal system or not, which many believe is not. Just as the president of country is the symbol of its sovereignty, Allah as the Creator and Owner of the whole universe is the… Read More
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