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About Bangladesh

Beautiful Bangladesh.
A Country Of Color, Culture And Diversity

World No. 1 Vigorous Country

Bangladesh is definitely number one in “Gross National Energy”, and its people are cheerful and curious. Watching those people lets feel again the joy and the sorrow of life. Meeting face to face with those who live tough lives makes rethink the meaning of living

Indian Sub-Continental Flavor

What is your image of Bangladesh? Some may not even know where it is. People go all over the world. Yet this is a country rarely known to travels. Bangladesh is full of “cultural shocks” and turns your valuable upside down. Traveling in Bangladesh offers you unusual experiences of discovery MANY people are interested in India, but India seems to be too vast and too hard to seize as a whole. Then why not try Bangladesh? As it was a part of India, Bangladesh has Indian features in a condensed form and the Bengal region is a place from where Indian cultures spread.


Bangladesh is quite a small country with good access for getting around, which makes it easy to fully experience its charms. Tourists, after visiting India will feel relaxed by the very pastoral atmosphere of Bangladesh.


Travel Season

The cool and comfortable time may be the dry season from October to March, with temperatures ranging 11° to 20° C. However, to fully enjoy a fascinating “country water” the monsoon season from June to September is recommended. The lowest rainfall is 160cm and highest 400cm. Small boats come and go, the water reflects blue skies and water lilies are in full bloom. People of Bangladesh enjoy this season of rain and flood as they have been with it since ancient times. And May to August is good for juicy fruits such as litchi, jackfruit and mango, etc.

Discover Bangladesh: Its people Entertainment and Nature

Don’t miss rural parts of Bangladesh. There you find music, dancing, paintings, embroideries, plays and other various folk arts that have been handed down for hundred of years. And its nature, nostalgic pastoral scenes and scent of grass lets your stressed mind relax. You may retrieve the innocence of your childhood when you see fireflies twinkling in the sky full of stars. Paddy fields turn into a sea of water the monsoon and into ripe fields in the dry season. And in the villages, Children’s eyes twinkle to see a stranger and adults will welcome you to share tea and sweets. You may sometimes want to be left alone. Many, who have visited villages like to visit again.


The land of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Nature has bestowed Bangladesh with all the beautiful shades of green. This large delta rises from the Bay of Bengal and goes up to the footsteps of the great Himalayas. The Country is surrounded by India and a small strip in the Southeast is connected with Myanmar. It covers an area of 144036 sq. km having a total population of 157.3 million. Though it is a small Country, it has much diverse attractions for the nature lovers as well as is rich in culture and heritage.


The history of Bangladesh is fragmentary in nature due mainly to lack of records and adequate research. The earliest mention of Bangladesh is found in the Hindu epic, the Mohabarata. Evidence also suggests that there was a strong Mongoloid presence as well. Soon after, in the 5 th and 6 th centuries B.C, came the Aryans and the Dravidians. Then came the Murray, Guptas, Palas, Senas who were Buddhist and Hindus.

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