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Lazy loadThe fishermen at Rayanda Bazar, Sundarban. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people at Sundarban. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession.They are very hard working and simple. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, family, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Khulna division, Life style, local, monsoon, National, Net, People, profession, Raynda bazar, river, sail boat, Sathkhira, Sundarban, team, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Landscapes, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Travel. Location - Rayanda Bazar, Sathkhira, Khulna, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen at Rayanda Bazar, Sundarban. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people at Sundarban. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession.They are very hard working and simple. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Education, family, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Khulna division, Life style, local, monsoon, National, Net, People, profession, Raynda bazar, river, sail boat, Sathkhira, Sundarban, team, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Landscapes, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Rayanda Bazar, Sathkhira, Khulna, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen at Rayanda Bazar, Sundarban. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people at Sundarban. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession.They are very hard working and simple. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, family, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Khulna division, Life style, local, monsoon, National, Net, People, profession, Raynda bazar, river, sail boat, Sathkhira, Sundarban, team, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Landscapes, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Rayanda Bazar, Sathkhira, Khulna, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe Farmer working in the field. Farmers of Bangladesh are truly hard working people and they are most important part of this country. A man or woman turns very old and wrinkly within few years in this profession. They have to work in the field regardless of weather. 60% of our farmers don’t get enough food for the family whole year long and some even can’t afford to have dinner. However, even they are poor; they are very nice and hospitable. If you ask for a glass of water, they will bring it and often with something extra to go with the water. They are very simple and kindhearted. Most of the farmers are lives in village and the rural area of Bangladesh. Keywords - bangladesh, Commercial, Crops, Dhaka, dinner, extra, family, Farmers, field, Food, hospitable, kindhearted, landscape, Life style, man women, nature, nice, old, People, Plant, poor, profession, river, Savae, simple, team, upazila, village, water., winkly, work, Working, worldwide. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Landscapes, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe children catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, children, Chittagonj division, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, Thela Jal, trawler, Vhehal, water.. Categories - Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe children catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, children, Chittagonj division, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, Thela Jal, trawler, Vhehal, water.. Categories - Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe little fishermen catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, children, Chittagonj division, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, Thela Jal, trawler, Vhehal, water.. Categories - Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe little fishermen catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, children, Chittagonj division, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, Thela Jal, trawler, Vhehal, water.. Categories - Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe children catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, children, Chittagonj division, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, Thela Jal, trawler, Vhehal, water.. Categories - Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen catching fish with Vhehal at Chandpur. A fisherman is someone who captures fish from water. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. They are use different kind of nets to catching fish and Vhehal (Thela Jal) is one of those. Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Landscapes, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. Bangladeshi fishermen are unorganized and they do not get proper support from the government. Sometimes they even get involved in anti-social activities to earn their food, when they cannot catch the fishes from river or sea. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions. Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, Meghna, monsoon, National, Net, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, team, trawler, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the bank of Meghna River, Chandpur. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. Bangladeshi fishermen are unorganized and they do not get proper support from the government. Sometimes they even get involved in anti-social activities to earn their food, when they cannot catch the fishes from river or sea. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, Ferry, Ferry Ghat, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, motorized boat, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, trawler, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen at the ferry ghat, Chandpur. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. Bangladeshi fishermen are unorganized and they do not get proper support from the government. Sometimes they even get involved in anti-social activities to earn their food, when they cannot catch the fishes from river or sea. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, Ferry, Ferry Ghat, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, motorized boat, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, trawler, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe fishermen at the ferry ghat, Chandpur. Fishing is the main occupation of many coastal people. It is the only source of income for most of them. But everyday they cannot go to the river or sea to catch the fishes. During rainy season, it is very risky to get into the river or sea. Since fishermen do not have any other way to earn money, they have to go to the river or sea as often as possible. Bangladeshi fishermen are unorganized and they do not get proper support from the government. Sometimes they even get involved in anti-social activities to earn their food, when they cannot catch the fishes from river or sea. There have been several instances where fishermen have dared to get into the river and sea in dangerous circumstances and landed up losing their lives. Most of them were found to not even have any insurance policy, leaving their family members without any source of income. Fishing is mostly continued as an inherited profession. People get the experience of fishing in their childhood itself. So, they do not generally think about going for higher education and going for a dignified job. In childhood and in young age, their profession would help them to get good pocket money. But when they have the responsibility of managing their family, the income from fishing does not help them much. At that time they realize about the difficulty in their profession. But by then it is too late for them to think of switching onto other professions Keywords - bangladesh, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, Ferry, Ferry Ghat, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, local, Meghna, monsoon, motorized boat, National, Net, Padma, People, river, sail boat, team, trawler, water.. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Landscapes, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadMonsoon Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Lifestyle, Nature, Objects, People, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.

Lazy loadThe view of Hilsha Fishing at the Meghna River, Chandpur. Hilsa (ilish) any of the members of the genus Tenualosa of the family Clupeidae, order Clupeiformes. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh. The body is strongly compressed and moderately deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally convex. The upper jaw has a distinct median notch. Regularly arranged medium-sized scales cover the metallic silver-colored body. Body length may reach up to 60 cm, but commonly found specimens measure 35 to 40 cm. A large-sized Hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Females grow faster, and are usually larger than males. The Hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer, and attains maturity in one to two years. The Hilsha are found mainly in the rivers Padma, Meghna, Karatoya, Rupsa, Shibsa and Payra. Local fishermen catch migrating adults from May to October, and the juveniles from February to May. During the dry winter months from October to February Hilsa are also caught by the coastal fishermen. The adult Hilsa are caught using fixed or drifting gillnets (chandi jal) and lesser quantities are caught in berjal and lift nets (shangla jal). The fishermen use the fishing boat and trawler (motorized boat) with sail to catch the Hilsha. The fishing boats with sail are founded at the Bhadra and Ashin (5th and 6th month of Bengali year). Keywords - Ashin, bangladesh, Bengali, Bhadra, Boats, Chandpur, Chittagonj division, february, Fish, fisherman, Fishing boat, Hilsha, Ilish, Karatoya, local, May, Meghna, monsoon, month, motorized boat, National, Net, October, Padma, People, river, Rupsa, sail boat, Shibsa and Payra, team, trawler, water., Winter. Categories - Business, Food And Drink, Nature, Objects, People, Religious, Transportation, Travel. Location - Chandpur, Chittagonj, Bangladesh. Copyright © Indranil Kishor. View stock photo.