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Bangladeshi Photographer Stunningly Captured The Night Colors Of Dhaka Streets

Bangladeshi Photographer Stunningly Captured The Night Colors Of Dhaka (18 Pics)

The streets of Dhaka have always been a great interest of mine, especially the streets in Old Dhaka. These streets have such character and an aura about them which I find very fascinating. The thing about streets at night is sometimes even the most ordinary scene can look very dramatic…

The Story Of Manipuri Dance By Md.Arifuzzaman

The Story Of Manipuri Dance By Md.Arifuzzaman

The story begins at midnight while I could not sleep due to my new child was not sleeping. He slept in the midnight in my arms and then I tried to futilely sleep on the bed. After passing half an hour I realized corporate pressure, my new hectic life chained…

The Mask: An Amazing Photo Series By Ab Rashid

The Mask: An Amazing Photo Series By Ab Rashid

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Countries are racing to slow down the spread of the disease by testing and treating patients, carrying out contact tracing, limiting travel, quarantining citizens, ensuring social…

My Personal Best: Bangladeshi Photographer Jubair Bin Iqbal

My Personal Best: Bangladeshi Photographer Jubair Bin Iqbal

Capturing moments through my lens is what I Love. I am Jubair Bin Iqbal, a photographer from Bangladesh. Since 2010, I started my journey with Photography. That was my hobby which I dedicatedly turned into a profession. Through my journey, I worked with many IGOs, INGOs, NGOs, and many other…

My Personal Best: Bangladeshi Photographer Ratul Dhar

My Personal Best: Bangladeshi Photographer Ratul Dhar

Ratul Dhar is a Travel, Documentary, and Wedding photographer based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is doing his under graduation in LLB from Stamford University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photography is more of a passion to him. He is a professional wedding photographer in Bangladesh. He is working in this field for almost…

Solitude: Photo Series By Samiran Chakraborty

Solitude: Photo Series By Samiran Chakraborty

The third and incomprehensible level of the human mind is the delta level. Only saints monk-type people have control over this level. According to most, the purpose of the monks is to find solitude. Saints seek solitude, not loneliness. It is very difficult to cross the alpha and beta levels…

Water Logging And The City Dwellers Life By Kazi Md. Jahirul Islam

Water Logging And The City Dwellers Life By Kazi Md. Jahirul Islam

Kazi Md. Jahirul Islam was very enthusiastic about photography and capturing photos from his childhood. Gradually it becomes his hobby to a passion. His images represent the life of the average human being. He explores their identity, happiness, dreams, and longings to raise curiosity and questions. He actually tries to…

When The Monsoon Comes: Photo Series By Tuhin Biswas

When The Monsoon Comes: Photo Series By Tuhin Biswas

Jute is one of the most important crops of West Bengal as per its usage and necessity. Not only that, West Bengal has taken the first position in cultivating jute in India. The most required feature in this cultivation is having a large water body for rotting the cultivated jute…

Dockyards: An Urbanized Graveyard In The Making By Sumsun Naher

Dockyards: An Urbanized Graveyard In The Making By Sumsun Naher

All over the world, ship-breaking yards still exist in ways more dangerous than they should. In Bangladesh, it is significantly dangerous for the people who are working there and the environment itself is not very friendly, either. The employees are largely ignorant about their minimum health and safety rights, along…

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