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Lazy loadlove the kids. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 87128, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 7D Canon 70-200Mm f2.8L IS II 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhakaladesh , Bang. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadLanguage movement day in 2013. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 87374, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, EOS 7D 11-16Mm Tokina 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular, Novoflex NQ Ball Head. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadshahid Minar on 21t February 2013. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 87371, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, EOS 7D 11-16Mm Tokina 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular, Novoflex NQ Ball Head. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadlanguage movement. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87083 as Smart Object-1, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadShahid Minar on 21st February. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 87060, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, EOS 7D 11-16Mm Tokina 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular, Novoflex NQ Ball Head. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadInternational Mother Language Day has been observed. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87059, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadEkush-a- February. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87057, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadekushe Udhjapon,. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87055, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka BANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadcelebration 2013 on shahid minar BANGLADESH. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87053, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, International Language movement day ', Language movement day, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Shahd Minar, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka Bangadesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadcelebrating Language day 2013. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsit Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87053, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadcelebrating international Language day 2013. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsite[2] Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87040, B+W Filter, bangladesh, black, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, celebrting Shahid dibosh, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, green, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, language mvement day, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, one girl, red, Sigma Lens, whit, yellow. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadcelebrating Language movement day 2013. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsite[2] Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87037, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, celebration, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, flowers, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, green, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, Language movment day, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, one girl, red, Shahid Minar, Sigma Lens, white, yellow. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadShahid Minar. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsite[2] Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87035, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadInternational Language day 2013. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsite[2] Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 87033, architectural beauty, archtectural view, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24 Mm UWA, design, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, International mother language day, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Shahid Minar, Sigma Lens, vasha andolon, vasha dibosh. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadIntentional Mother Language day. International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.[1] International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bengali, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh. International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999 (30C/62).On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. —from the United Nations International Mother Language Day microsite[2] Keyword - 87032. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions. Location - Dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

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Lazy loadmass people at the protest for justice. mass people at the protest for justice Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, B+W Filter, bangladesh, C_7D_86651, canon, Canon 7D 11-16Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Tokina Lens. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, People. Location - dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadpeoples gathering at Shahbag Square. peoples gathering at Shahbag Square Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, B+W Filter, bangladesh, C_7D_86660, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 70-200 Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Objects, People. Location - Dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadProtest at shahbag Square on Valentine day 2013. Protest at shahbag Square on Valentine day 2013 Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, B+W Filter, bangladesh, C_7D_86661, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Objects, People. Location - Shahbag sQUARE, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTwin Bridge over river Meghna. twin bridge Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 60D 18-200Mm Canon Lens, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, IMG_6156-FB, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Landscapes, Objects. Location - voirob , bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadCLOUD IN THE SKY. Cloud in the sky Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, 601723072011-PS, Architecture And Buildings, bangladesh, Black and white, canon, Cloud, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, sky, spring. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Nature. Location - dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadRuin Palace. A ruin Palace Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, Architecture And Buildings, bangladesh, canon, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Palace, ruin, sun shine, teota jaminder lodge. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadSherpur Jamindar Palace,. A pALACE OF sHERPUR JAMINDAR, OF BANGLADESH Keywords - 0 1 6 1 1 5 9 5 0 3 6, B+W Filter, bangladesh, canon, Canon 5D Mark II 12-24Mm UWA, Dhaka, DSLR, EOS, Gitzo 3541L Series 3 Tripod, Gitzo Monopod, HamimCHOWDHURY, Hoya Filter, LEE Filter, Neutral density filter Circular Polarizer, Novoflex NQ Ball Head, Sigma Lens. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadPanam city ruin. old city Keywords - Birds, Blue, Duck, Flying birds Taking off, many birds, Migratory, water.. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Sonargoan, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadRuin PANAM city at Sonargoan , Heritage of BANGLADESH. panam city . A heritage OF Bangladesh Keywords - 12-24Mm, Architecture, Building, C_7D_81477, canon. 5d mark II, destruction, heritage, old, Panam city, sIGMA, window. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Holidays And Events, Objects, Travel. Location - sonargoan, Narayangonj, BANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTeota Jamindar Bari roof top. roof top of jamindar bari Keywords - 11-16Mm Tokina, 965314102011 copy, Architecture, bricks, canon 60D, heritage, Hindu Jaminder, roof-top, ruin, Sibaloy, teota Jaminder bari, Wall, window. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Objects, Travel. Location - Manikgonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBongobondhu Seikh Mujibur Rahman Sriti shoudho at Tungi para,. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (Bengali: শেখ মুজিবুর রহমান Shekh Mujibur Rôhman) (March 17, 1920 – August 15, 1975) was a Bengali nationalist politician and the founder of Bangladesh.[1] He headed the Awami League, served as the first President of Bangladesh and later became its Prime Minister of Bangladesh. He is popularly referred to as Sheikh Mujib (shortened as Mujib or Mujibur, not Rahman), and with the honorary title of Bangabandhu (বঙ্গবন্ধু Bôngobondhu, "Friend of Bengal"). His eldest daughter Sheikh Hasina is the present leader of the Awami League and the current Prime Minister of Bangladesh. A student political leader, Mujib rose in East Bengali (from 1956, East Pakistan) politics and within the ranks of the Awami League as a charismatic and forceful orator. An advocate of socialism, Mujib became popular for his leadership against the ethnic and institutional discrimination of Bengalis. He demanded increased provincial autonomy, and became a fierce opponent of the military rule of Ayub Khan. At the heightening of sectional tensions, Mujib outlined a 6-point autonomy plan, which was seen as separatism in West Pakistan. He was tried in 1968 for allegedly conspiring with the Indian government but was not found guilty. Despite leading his party to a major victory in the 1970 elections, Mujib was not invited to form the government. During his nine-month detention, guerilla war erupted between government forces and Bengali nationalists. An all out war between the Pakistan Army and Bangladesh-India Joint Forces led to the establishment of Bangladesh, and after his release Mujib assumed office as a provisional president, and later prime minister. Even as a constitution was adopted, proclaiming socialism and a secular democracy, Mujib struggled to address the challenges of intense poverty and unemployment, coupled with rampant corruption. In the aftermath of the 1974 famine[2] and amidst rising political agitation, he banned other political parties and most of the newspapers but four Government owned. He established a one party state. After only seven months, Mujib was assassinated along with most of his family by a group of army officers. Keywords - 12-24Mm, Architecture, Bongoondhu, C_5D_74117, canon. 5d mark II, green blue, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, sIGMA, tungipara, whit. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions, Holidays And Events, Objects, Travel. Location - Tungipara Golpalgonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadRuin Palace of Teota Jamindar at Manikganj, BANGLADESH. this is the ruin palace of teota jamindaR lodge Keywords - 60D, 963614102011, Architecture, black, bricks, Broken, Building, Canon 11-16Mm, Hole, Iron bar, Palace, ruin, Teota jamindar >, Tokina, Walk way. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Objects, Travel. Location - , ShibaloyManikganj ,Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBaliati Palace. Baliati Palace Keywords - 345630102010-Flickr, 60D, Architecture, Building, canon, green, Hindu Jaminder, Jaminder Palace, old, Palace, RUIN heritage, white. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Objects. Location - Manikgonj, BANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadPalace Pond of Baliati Palace. Pond at Baliati jamindar Palace, Keywords - 18-200Mm, 343430102010-flickr, canon, Palace, Pond, stair, water reservoir. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Landscapes, Nature, Objects, Travel. Location - Manikgonj, B ANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadArchitectural texture,. Old Building texture was shot from Baliati, Jaminder Palace, at manikgonj, dhaka bangladesh, In classical architecture rustication is an architectural feature that contrasts in texture with the smoothly finished, squared block masonry surfaces called ashlar. Rusticated masonry is usually squared-off but left with a more or less rough outer surface and wide joints that emphasize the edges of each block. Rustication is often used to give visual weight to the ground floor in contrast to smooth ashlar above. Keywords - 340730102010, 60D, Architecture, Balaiati, Birck, canon, Curve, Moss, texture. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings. Location - Baliati Manikgonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadArch way a Heritage of Baliati Palace. Old Building texture was shot from Baliati, Jaminder Palace, at manikgonj, dhaka bangladesh, In classical architecture[1] rustication is an architectural feature that contrasts in texture with the smoothly finished, squared block masonry surfaces called ashlar. Rusticated masonry is usually squared-off but left with a more or less rough outer surface and wide joints that emphasize the edges of each block. Rustication is often used to give visual weight to the ground floor in contrast to smooth ashlar above. Keywords - 339430102010, Arch, baliati, bricks, building heritage, old, Palace, way. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Objects, Travel. Location - Baliati, Manikgonj, BANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadShaheed Minar. The Shaheed Minar (Bengali: শহীদ মিনার Shohid Minar lit. "Martyr Monument") is a national monument in Dhaka, Bangladesh, established to commemorate those killed during the Bengali Language Movement demonstrations of 1952. On February 21, 1952, dozens of students and political activists were killed when the Pakistani police force opened fire on Bengali protesters who were demanding equal status for their native tongue, Bengali. The massacre occurred near Dhaka Medical College and Ramna Park in Dhaka. A makeshift monument was erected on February 23[1] by students of University of Dhaka and other educational institutions, but soon demolished on February 26[2] by the Pakistani police force. The Language Movement gained momentum, and after a long struggle, Bengali was given equal status with Urdu. To commemorate the dead, the Shaheed Minar was designed and built by Hamidur Rahman, a Bangladeshi sculptor. The monument stood until the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, when it was demolished completely during Operation Searchlight. After Bangladesh gained independence, it was rebuilt. At present, all national, mourning, cultural and other activities held each year, regarding 21 February, have been centered around the Shaheed Minar. Keywords - 040321022011-Flickr, Bangali movement, borkat, circle, Dhaka, flowers, jabbar, Language movement day, rafiq, red circle, salam, shahid Miner. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Objects. Location - dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe Bengali Language Movement. The Bengali Language Movement, also known as the Language Movement (Bengali: ভাষা আন্দোলন; Bhasha Andolon), was a political movement in former East Bengal (today Bangladesh) advocating the recognition of the Bengali language as an official language of the then-Dominion of Pakistan in order to allow its use in government affairs, the continuation of its use as a medium of education, its use in media, currency and stamps, and to maintain its writing in the Bengali script. When the Dominion of Pakistan was formed by the partition of India in 1947, it was composed of various ethnic and linguistic groups, with the geographically non-contiguous East Bengal province (that was renamed in 1956 as East Pakistan) having a mainly Bengali population. In 1948, the Government of the Dominion of Pakistan ordained Urdu as the sole national language, sparking extensive protests among the Bengali-speaking majority of East Bengal. Facing rising sectarian tensions and mass discontent with the new law, the government outlawed public meetings and rallies. The students of the University of Dhaka and other political activists defied the law and organised a protest on 21 February 1952. The movement reached its climax when police killed student demonstrators on that day. The deaths provoked widespread civil unrest led by the Awami Muslim League, later renamed the Awami League. After years of conflict, the central government relented and granted official status to the Bengali language in 1956. In 1999, UNESCO declared 21 February as International Mother Language Day,[1] in tribute to the Language Movement and the ethno-linguistic rights of people around the world. The Language Movement catalysed the assertion of Bengali national identity in East Bengal and later East Pakistan, and became a forerunner to Bengali nationalist movements, including the 6-Point Movement and subsequently the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. In Bangladesh, 21 February is observed as Language Movement Day, a national holiday. The Shaheed Minar monument was constructed near Dhaka Medical College in memory of the movement and its victims. Keywords - 041521022011-Flickr, 60D, att-e falgun, Bangla, canon, ekushe february, flower, International language movement, Language Movement, red white. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Objects. Location - dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadPiece of pale blue sky over narrow building. The walls are decayed and discolored. There is a blue window at top of the building. Keywords - Blue, Building, decayed, discolored, narrow, pale, piece, sky, top, walls, window. Category - Architecture And Buildings. Location - Nepal. Copyright © Wasik Edaaf. View stock photo.

Lazy loadjamuna bridge. The river Jamuna (Brahmaputra), along with the lower stretch of the Padma (Ganges) divides Bangladesh into nearly two equal halves. Until now all road and rail communication between the two parts of the country has had to rely on time-consuming ferry services that were often disrupted because of navigability problems. The need for a bridge over the Jamuna River was felt, especially by the people living in northwestern Bangladesh, for a long time. This perceived need did not go unnoticed by the policy makers. The people and successive governments always longed to bridge the mighty Jamuna and thereby integrate the communication systems of the region. Popular leader Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani first raised the demand for construction of the Jamuna Bridge at a political level in 1949. In the 1954 provincial elections of East Pakistan, the 21-point manifesto of the united front contained a demand for the bridge. On January 6, 1964, Mohammad Saifur Rahman, a member from Rangpur in the Provincial Assembly inquired about government's intentions with regard to the construction of a bridge over the Jamuna. On July 11, 1966, Shamsul Haque, another member from Rangpur in the same Assembly, moved a resolution for the construction of the bridge and the house adopted it unanimously. Accordingly, a preliminary feasibility study was carried out in 1969 by Freeman Fox and Partners of UK. They recommended a rail-cum-road bridge near Sirajganj with an estimated cost of $175 million. The estimates were preliminary and a more detailed study was recommended. On the other hand, in his address to the nation over radio and television on the eve of general election in Pakistan in 1970, the Awami League leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman mentioned the construction of Jamuna Bridge as an election pledge of his party. But all efforts were interrupted due to political unrest and liberation war. After Bangladesh attained independence in 1971, the new government publicly stated its intention in 1972 to construct a bridge over the Jamuna and budgetary provisions were kept for the purpose in the 1972-73 budget. On being invited by the Bangladesh government, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) funded a feasibility study through Nippon Koei Co. Ltd. in 1973 on the construction of a road-cum-rail bridge over the Jamuna. The JICA study, completed in 1976, concluded that the Jamuna project would cost $683 million with an economic rate of return (ERR) of only 2.6%. Considering that the project was not technically and economically viable, the government abandoned it. The government revived it in 1982 and commissioned a new study to determine the feasibility of transferring natural gas to western parts of the country across the Jamuna. The study concluded that an independent gas connector was not economically viable. However, the consultants made an assessment of the engineering feasibility and cost of a combined road-cum-gas transmission bridge, which introduced the concept of a multipurpose bridge. It was estimated that a 12-km long bridge with three road lanes would cost $420 million. Upon consideration of the report, the cabinet made a decision to take immediate steps in pursuit of the project. The Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge Authority (JMBA) was set up by an ordinance promulgated by the then President Hussain Muhammad Ershad on July 3, 1985 to implement the project. For mobilisation of domestic resources, another ordinance was promulgated by which a Jamuna Bridge surcharge and levy were introduced. A total of Tk 5.08 billion was mobilised in the process till its abolition. In 1986, phase-I feasibility study for the bridge was carried out when the site between Sirajganj and Bhuapur (Tangail) was found to be the best. Between 1987 and 1989, the phase-II feasibility study was carried out when a road-cum-rail-cum-power bridge was found both economically and technically viable. Funding arrangements for the bridge were finally made with IDA, ADB and JBIC (formerly known as OECF) of Japan by the government of Bangladesh in 1992. Tenders were invited through international bidding for construction contracts in 1993. Contracts for the bridge, river training work and two approach roads were awarded in March 1994. The foundation stone of the bridge was laid on April 10, 1994 by the then Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia. Physical implementation of the project commenced on October 15, 1994, and all the components except gas transmission line were completed by June 1998. The bridge was opened for traffic on June 23, 1998. Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge was constructed by Hyundai Heavy Industries[citation needed] at a cost of $696 million.[3] The cost was shared by IDA, ADB, OECD, and the government of Bangladesh. Of the total, IDA, ADB and OECD supplied $200 million each through a loan with 1% nominal interest,[3] and the remaining $96 million was borne by Bangladesh. The main bridge is 4.8 km long with 47 main spans of approximately 100 metres and two end spans of approximately 65 metres. Connected to the bridge are east and west approach viaducts each with 12 spans of 10 metre length and transition spans of 8 metres. The total width of the bridge deck is 18.5 metres. The river crossing was designed to carry a dual two-lane carriageway, a dual gauge (broad and metre) railway, a high voltage (230 kV) electrical interconnector, telecommunication cables and a 750 mm diameter high pressure natural gas pipeline. The carriageways are 6.315 metres wide separated by a 0.57 metre width central barrier; the rail track is along the north side of the deck. On the main bridge, electrical interconnector pylons are positioned on brackets cantilevered from the north side of the deck. Telecommunication ducts run through the box girder deck and the gas pipeline is under the south cantilever of the box section. The bridge has been built by Hyundai Engineering and Construction (Korea) as a 'design and build' contract. TY Lin Assoc. of San Francisco carried out the design as a sub-contractor for Hyundai. The approach roads were constructed by Samwhan Corporation (Korea). Considering the fact that the width of the main channel does not exceed 3.5 km, and after making allowances for floods, a bridge length of 5 km was considered adequate. In October 1995, one year after the start of physical work of the bridge, a bridge length of 4.8 km, instead of a flood-width of the river at 14 km, was finalised. This narrowing was essential to keep the overall project cost within economic viability. It has, however, required considerable river training work to keep the river under the bridge. Keywords - 18-200Mm, 6OD, Blue, bridge, canon, IMG_9546, Jamuna, Multi-purpose, water.. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Landscapes, Objects. Location - VuyaPur, Tangail. Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadJamuna Malti purpose Bridge. Bangabandhu Bridge, also called the Jamuna Multi-purpose Bridge (Bengali: যমুনা বহুমুখী সেতু Jomuna Bohumukhi Shetu), is a bridge opened in Bangladesh in June 1998. It connects Bhuapur on the Jamuna River's east bank to Sirajganj on its west bank. It was the 11th longest bridge in the world when constructed in 1998[1] and currently the 6th longest bridge in South Asia. It was constructed over the Jamuna River, one of the three major rivers of Bangladesh, and fifth largest in the world in terms of volumetric discharge. The bridge established a strategic link between the eastern and western parts of Bangladesh. It generates multifarious benefits for the people and especially, promotes inter-regional trade in the country. Apart from quick movement of goods and passenger traffic by road and rail, it facilitated transmission of electricity and natural gas, and integration of telecommunication links. The bridge is located on the Asian Highway and the Trans-Asian Railway which, when fully developed, will provide uninterrupted international road and railway links from South-east Asia through Central Asia to North-west Europe. The river Jamuna (Brahmaputra), along with the lower stretch of the Padma (Ganges) divides Bangladesh into nearly two equal halves. Until now all road and rail communication between the two parts of the country has had to rely on time-consuming ferry services that were often disrupted because of navigability problems. The need for a bridge over the Jamuna River was felt, especially by the people living in northwestern Bangladesh, for a long time. This perceived need did not go unnoticed by the policy makers. The people and successive governments always longed to bridge the mighty Jamuna and thereby integrate the communication systems of the region. Popular leader Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani first raised the demand for construction of the Jamuna Bridge at a political level in 1949. In the 1954 provincial elections of East Pakistan, the 21-point manifesto of the united front contained a demand for the bridge. On January 6, 1964, Mohammad Saifur Rahman, a member from Rangpur in the Provincial Assembly inquired about government's intentions with regard to the construction of a bridge over the Jamuna. On July 11, 1966, Shamsul Haque, another member from Rangpur in the same Assembly, moved a resolution for the construction of the bridge and the house adopted it unanimously. Accordingly, a preliminary feasibility study was carried out in 1969 by Freeman Fox and Partners of UK. They recommended a rail-cum-road bridge near Sirajganj with an estimated cost of $175 million. The estimates were preliminary and a more detailed study was recommended. On the other hand, in his address to the nation over radio and television on the eve of general election in Pakistan in 1970, the Awami League leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman mentioned the construction of Jamuna Bridge as an election pledge of his party. But all efforts were interrupted due to political unrest and liberation war. After Bangladesh attained independence in 1971, the new government publicly stated its intention in 1972 to construct a bridge over the Jamuna and budgetary provisions were kept for the purpose in the 1972-73 budget. On being invited by the Bangladesh government, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) funded a feasibility study through Nippon Koei Co. Ltd. in 1973 on the construction of a road-cum-rail bridge over the Jamuna. The JICA study, completed in 1976, concluded that the Jamuna project would cost $683 million with an economic rate of return (ERR) of only 2.6%. Considering that the project was not technically and economically viable, the government abandoned it. The government revived it in 1982 and commissioned a new study to determine the feasibility of transferring natural gas to western parts of the country across the Jamuna. The study concluded that an independent gas connector was not economically viable. However, the consultants made an assessment of the engineering feasibility and cost of a combined road-cum-gas transmission bridge, which introduced the concept of a multipurpose bridge. It was estimated that a 12-km long bridge with three road lanes would cost $420 million. Upon consideration of the report, the cabinet made a decision to take immediate steps in pursuit of the project. The Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge Authority (JMBA) was set up by an ordinance promulgated by the then President Hussain Muhammad Ershad on July 3, 1985 to implement the project. For mobilisation of domestic resources, another ordinance was promulgated by which a Jamuna Bridge surcharge and levy were introduced. A total of Tk 5.08 billion was mobilised in the process till its abolition. In 1986, phase-I feasibility study for the bridge was carried out when the site between Sirajganj and Bhuapur (Tangail) was found to be the best. Between 1987 and 1989, the phase-II feasibility study was carried out when a road-cum-rail-cum-power bridge was found both economically and technically viable. Funding arrangements for the bridge were finally made with IDA, ADB and JBIC (formerly known as OECF) of Japan by the government of Bangladesh in 1992. Tenders were invited through international bidding for construction contracts in 1993. Contracts for the bridge, river training work and two approach roads were awarded in March 1994. The foundation stone of the bridge was laid on April 10, 1994 by the then Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia. Physical implementation of the project commenced on October 15, 1994, and all the components except gas transmission line were completed by June 1998. The bridge was opened for traffic on June 23, 1998. Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge was constructed by Hyundai Heavy Industries[citation needed] at a cost of $696 million.[3] The cost was shared by IDA, ADB, OECD, and the government of Bangladesh. Of the total, IDA, ADB and OECD supplied $200 million each through a loan with 1% nominal interest, and the remaining $96 million was borne by Bangladesh. The main bridge is 4.8 km long with 47 main spans of approximately 100 metres and two end spans of approximately 65 metres. Connected to the bridge are east and west approach viaducts each with 12 spans of 10 metre length and transition spans of 8 metres. The total width of the bridge deck is 18.5 metres. The river crossing was designed to carry a dual two-lane carriageway, a dual gauge (broad and metre) railway, a high voltage (230 kV) electrical interconnector, telecommunication cables and a 750 mm diameter high pressure natural gas pipeline. The carriageways are 6.315 metres wide separated by a 0.57 metre width central barrier; the rail track is along the north side of the deck. On the main bridge, electrical interconnector pylons are positioned on brackets cantilevered from the north side of the deck. Telecommunication ducts run through the box girder deck and the gas pipeline is under the south cantilever of the box section. The bridge has been built by Hyundai Engineering and Construction (Korea) as a 'design and build' contract. TY Lin Assoc. of San Francisco carried out the design as a sub-contractor for Hyundai. The approach roads were constructed by Samwhan Corporation (Korea). Considering the fact that the width of the main channel does not exceed 3.5 km, and after making allowances for floods, a bridge length of 5 km was considered adequate. In October 1995, one year after the start of physical work of the bridge, a bridge length of 4.8 km, instead of a flood-width of the river at 14 km, was finalised. This narrowing was essential to keep the overall project cost within economic viability. It has, however, required considerable river training work to keep the river under the bridge. Keywords - 18-200Mm, architecture design, bridge, canon 60D, IMG_9474, Jamuna, Multi-purpose, river, train line. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Business, Objects, Transportation, Travel. Location - Tangail, Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTexture of an old building. texture of an old building was taken form Baliati Zamindar palace , manikgonj , Bangladesh, The brick wall is under moss, and they got green, Keywords - baliati . jamindar bari, Bircks wall, Building, Cottage, green, heritage, House, Light, low angle, old, texture, Wall. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Objects, Travel. Location - manikgonj, bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadStone wall texture. Old Building texture was shot from Baliati, Jaminder Palace, at manikgonj, dhaka bangladesh, In classical architecture[1] rustication is an architectural feature that contrasts in texture with the smoothly finished, squared block masonry surfaces called ashlar. Rusticated masonry is usually squared-off but left with a more or less rough outer surface and wide joints that emphasize the edges of each block. Rustication is often used to give visual weight to the ground floor in contrast to smooth ashlar above. Keywords - baliati, JAMINDAR, Lodge, Palace, Stone, texture, Wall. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Beauty And Fashion, Objects. Location - manikgonj, bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBullock cart drive test,. This is a Bullock cart race test , it often happens here in Bangladesh, Keywords - 50Mm F 1.2 II USM, after harvesting, Bullock, C_5D_80416, cart, competition, Cow, field, momentum, motion, Ox, Paddy field, rce, speed, Wheel. Categories - Animals And Pets, Architecture And Buildings, Landscapes, People, Transportation. Location - dhaka Bangldesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadRayer Bazar Bodddo Vumi,. A MEMORY OF 1971, The liberation war of BANGLADESH Keywords - 11-16Mm f 2.8L IS II USM, Architecture, BIg stopper with 0.6 GR, Boddo vumi, bricks, C_7D_79473, canon EOS, Intellectual Killing in 1971, ND Filter, rayer bazar. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Landscapes, Objects. Location - Rayer Bazar , ohammad pur, dhaka , Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadDark room. A dark room , no lights and no knowledge , Keywords - Dark, IMG_3810, Light, room. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Objects. Location - sherpur, jamalpur Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMosque. A mosque at modern age Keywords - Azan, IMG_3531, Islam, minar, Mosque, mymensing, Namaz, Religion, Salat. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Objects, Religious. Location - Mymensing , Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMosque. n Old Mosque from Moksedpur, Gopalgonj Keywords - 5D Mark, B_5D__66964. 12-24Mm Sigma, Mosque Heritage. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Objects, Religious, Travel. Location - goplgonj, BANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadArchitectural view like a ship at dhanmondi Dhaka, BANGLADESH. This is localy know as Jahajbari, an architectural design like a ship at dhaka , Bangladesh is a famous and a place for amusement, here Keywords - architectural design, Building, Dhanmondi lake, jahajbari, lake view. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Landscapes, Nature, Travel. Location - Dhanmondi Dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMosque of Dhaka New market. The construction of the market started in 1952 by CBD during the period of Nurul Amin, the Chief Minister of East Pakistan. Construction was completed in 1954. This heralded the beginning of a new area of development towards modernizing Dhaka. Rickshaw ride or walking along the narrow lanes of old Dhaka for shopping was not a happy experience for families. Old Dhaka was too conservative, noisy and crowded. Ironically, Mr. Nurul Amin’s modernization project boomeranged as people talked against it. Some believed New Market and Shahbagh Hotel were made exclusively for Nurul Amin’s family. Mosques were built outside the Arabian Peninsula as Muslims moved to other parts of the world. Egypt became occupied by Muslim Arabs as early as 640, and since then so many mosques have appeared throughout the country that its capital city, Cairo, has acquired the nickname of city of a thousand minarets.[4] Egyptian mosques vary in amenities, as some have Islamic schools (madrasahs) while others have hospitals or tombs.[5] Built soon after the conquest of northwest Africa, the first mosque built in this region is the Great Mosque of Kairouan (in Tunisia) founded by the Umayyad general Uqba Ibn Nafi during the second half of the 7th century and considered as the oldest place of worship in the western Islamic world.[6][7] The Great Mosque of Kairouan, which is one of the most significant and best preserved examples of early Islamic mosques,[7] served due to its architectural characteristics as a model to many later mosques especially in north Africa and Al-Andalus.[6] Mosques in Sicily and Spain do not primarily reflect the architecture of Visigothic predecessors, but instead reflect the architecture introduced by the Muslim Moors.[8] It is hypothesized, however, that there were some elements of pre-Islamic architecture which were Islamicized into Andalusi and Maghribi architecture, for example, the distinctive horseshoe arch.[9] Keywords - buliding, Dhaka, Islam, Mosque, muslin, New market, Prayer, Religious. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Religious. Location - New market , dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadTexture is my passion. Old Building texture was shot from Baliati, Jaminder Palace, at manikgonj, dhaka bangladesh, In classical architecture[1] rustication is an architectural feature that contrasts in texture with the smoothly finished, squared block masonry surfaces called ashlar. Rusticated masonry is usually squared-off but left with a more or less rough outer surface and wide joints that emphasize the edges of each block. Rustication is often used to give visual weight to the ground floor in contrast to smooth ashlar above. Keywords - bricks, Grass, light and shadow, texture. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Backgrounds And Textures, Beauty And Fashion, Objects. Location - New market , dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe celestial dome. The sky, also known as the celestial dome, commonly refers to everything that lies a certain distance above the surface of Earth, including the atmosphere and the rest of outer space. In the field of astronomy, the sky is also called the celestial sphere. This is an imaginary dome where the sun, stars, planets, and the moon are seen to be traveling. The celestial sphere is divided into regions called constellations. Usually, the term sky is used from the point of view of the Earth's surface. However, the exact meaning of the term can vary; in some cases, the sky is defined as only the denser portions of the atmosphere, for example. The Crescent Moon remains visible just moments before Sunrise. During daylight, the sky appears to be blue because air scatters blue sunlight more than it scatters red.[1][2][3][4] At night, the sky appears to be a mostly dark surface or region scattered with stars. During the day, the Sun can be seen in the sky, unless obscured by clouds. In the night sky (and to some extent during the day) the moon, planets and stars are visible in the sky. Some of the natural phenomena seen in the sky are clouds, rainbows, and aurorae. Lightning and precipitation can also be seen in the sky during storms. Birds, insects, aircraft, and kites are often considered to fly in the sky. As a result of human activities, smog during the day and light pollution during the night are often seen above large Keywords - blue building, lcoud, limit, sky. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Nature, Objects. Location - New market , dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadIn memory of the martyred intellectuals of 1971. In memory of the martyred intellectuals of 1971, a Memorial is created in there. The ‘Al-Badr’ and ‘Al-Shams’ Group helped the West Pakistan Army to locate the intellectuals and slaughtered them and many other innocent peoples at night. After the massacre they brought the corpses and left them into the swamps of Rayer Bazaar. After the Liberation War, the people of Dhaka found out that all the dead bodies of many great intellectuals and innocent people are piled up in here.”[5] Martyred Intellectuals Memorial is the memorial built for the memory of the martyred intellectuals of 1971. The memorial is built in the Boddhobhumi at Rayer Bazaar. Keywords - "In memory of the martyred intellectuals of 1971" rayer bazar, 1971 paistan. arky, Boddovumi, Dhak, Mohammad pur. Categories - Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions, Objects. Location - Rayer Bazar , Mohammad pur , dhaka Bangladesh. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.

Lazy loadBddovumi Rayer Bazar. This is the place where thousands of civilian were killed by Pakistani Army during 1971 Independence War. Boddho Bhumi Smriti Soudha (Slaughter-Place Memorial) was built to commemorate the death of some of the nation's finest intellectuals and others, who were killed at the very end of the war of liberation (1971) by the Pakistani army with the help of their collaborators at Rayer Bazaar brick field of Dhaka. The memorial edifice was constructed at the place where the mass killing took place. Among the people killed indiscriminately were educationists, physicians, journalists, writers, film directors and other professionals [7] Keywords - 14th december 1971., 9171, Architectural, Boddovumi, brick work, Building, inteellectuals killing, Memorial, pakistan army. Categories - Abstract And Concept, Architecture And Buildings, Feelings And Emotions, Objects. Location - RayerBaza , Mohammadpur dhaka , BANGLADESH. Copyright © Hamim CHOWDHURY. View stock photo.