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The Firewood Series

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

The Firewood Series

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The Milking Series

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 Milking Series
This is the common scene of milking of cow (Bengali: দুধ দোহন) all over Bangladesh. The real source of milk is the cow. The local demand of milk fulfill from the supply of cow milk. This is noteworthy that a major part of the demand of Bangladesh is basically depend on the imported milk from China, Australia etc. In the year, Bangladesh faced a crisis of Milk as there were allegation of melamine contamination of Milk in China.

At that time, The need of self-sufficiency in milk sector became a fundamental question in Bangladesh. There were a rush of avoiding powder milk mostly imported from china, Australia. The famous  and well-known brand of Bangladeshi market in powder milk sector experienced a downfall in their business. Mostly this is not fully recovered yet.

Some Bangladeshi brand like Arong, Fresh, Pran etc doing a major contribution to the economy. As most of their collected milk is from the dairy farm of different parts of Bangladesh.

A day is not probably far away when The days of importing powder milk will not last at all.

Though The photographs are taken in the rural villages of Chuadanga, We can mark the cow rearing is a noble profession from the perspective of the contribution to the economy, health sector of the country.

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The making of Bamboo crate Series

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 making of Bamboo Crate Series
This is the Bamboo Crate (Bengali: বাশের ঝুড়ি) used all over Bangladesh. There is  no real substitute of Bamboo Crate by considering this from the perspective of  low-cost, environment friendliness yet.

A noteworthy number of poor as well as rich families  of Bangladesh still accustom with such environment friendly basket for their daily need.

The maker of this Bamboo Crate still remain below poverty line even though their contribution to the nation and the environment is immense.

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The making of earthenware Series

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 making of earthenware Series
This is the earthenware used all over Bangladesh. Though the number of such earthenware (Bengali: মাটির জিনিষ) is decreasing in number, there is  no real substitute by considering this from the perspective of  low-cost, environment friendly yet.

A noteworthy number of poor as well as rich families of Bangladesh still accustom with such environment friendly material for their daily need.

The maker of this earthenware still remain below poverty line even though their contribution to the nation and the environment.

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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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The Husking Pedal!!! The Dheki!!!

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 Husking Pedal!
The Dheki!
What does a husking pedal do?
Exactly there is no proper word for Dheki (Bengali:ঢেকি) – a local made crops crushing mechanism used for crushing Food grain without any machines and Fuel at all!!!

This is the local technology used all over Bangladesh. Though the number of this manual crushing mechanism is reduced 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 (Dheki) in the Oxford English Dictionary to make the world aware of this.

A noteworthy number of women of the rural villages of Bangladesh fulfill the demand of crushing their food grain using this Husking Pedal-The Dheki!!!

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Floating vegetable cultivation in Najipur, an upazila of Pirojpur district of Bangladesh.

The farmers of the marshy region of Nazirpur Upazila, district of Pirojpur, got wide success in seed production and cultivation of agriculture product through floating vegetable cultivation (Bengali: ভাসমান সবজি চাষ) with local technology totally in the unusable land submerged under water. This procedure of the production of more productive seedling and vegetable cultivation had become popular gradually by using the local made organic fertilizer in spite of chemical fertilizer with floating vegetable cultivation.

The floating vegetable cultivation of seedling and commercial cultivation is done in the low land areas of pirojpur like Dewolbari, Dobra, Malikhali, MugharJhore of Dirgha union, KolarDoyania, Dirgha, Boitha Katha, Kholni, Meda, Sachia, Pakuria, GaoKhali, PadmoDubi, Bill Dumuria and in the unused land of other villages.

This type of cultivation is known as floating cultivation as the cultivation is entirely floating on the water. The marshy region of Nazirpur became well-known by one name in entire Bangladesh only due to this floating cultivation. This is known that the above mentioned 3 unions are submerged under water in most of the time of the year as this area is within a marshy region of Bangladesh. As a result, there is no crops cultivation is possible in this land naturally. This land is left as a fallow land with full of water-hyacinth, Dulali Ban, Sheoyla (water born plants), and Grass year after year. In order to get rid of this situation, the farmers of these areas collectively had taken initiatives in 2 decades back for a try to cultivate crops by making numbers of Kandi (Ridge) by putrefying natural water born water-hyacinth, Dulali Ban, Sheoyla and succeeded in their attempt. And now this become a part of the history of success to cultivate on water as floating cultivation for over populated country where millions of people living below extreme poverty line.

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