The Barn! The Gola!

Some pictures can speak more than the text. This year we will bring such photos to satisfy the thirst of the visitors.
Here is the effort to draw such activities.
A hearty thanks to the photo contributor.

Photo Courtesy: Moriom Shely, Journalist, Daily Jaijaidin, Boisakhi TV

The Barn!
The Gola!
A word Barn can be the near substitute for the word- Gola (Bengali: গোলা)- a local made crops storage mechanism used for storing Food grain especially rice without any machines and Fuel at all!!!

This is the Storage mechanism used all over Bangladesh. Though the number of such manual storage is available more in number, there is  no real substitute by considering this from the perspective of  low-cost, fuel less and user friendliness yet.

We propose the inclusion of this word (Gola) in the Oxford English Dictionary to make the world aware of this.

A noteworthy number of farmers families of the rural villages of Bangladesh fulfill the demand of storing their food grain using this Barn-The Gola!!!

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This is Mahfuj Alam, Bangladesh. Working in the field of information technology, development.

Posted on January 15, 2012, in Photographic Series and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

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