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The Victory Day

The 16th December 1971 is a red-letter day in the history of Bangladesh. On this day the barbarous Pakistani army surrendered to the joint command of the Indian Army and Bangladesh Liberation forces. Through the surrender of the Pakistani Army, the nine months’ sanguinary war can to an end on this day and Bangladesh came into being as an independent sovereign state. As such, this day is regarded as the victory day. It is a day of pride and glory to our nation. Our liberation forces “Mukti Bahini” fought valiantly against the barbarous Pakistani forces and drove them away from the soil of Bangladesh forces and drove them away from the soil of Bangladesh forever. This day reminds us of the bravery and patriotism of our people for the motherland. We celebrate the day every year in a ceremonious way to commemorate the martyrs who laid down their lives for the freedom of Bangladesh. Since that day we are a free nation living in a sovereign state.

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Victory Day means the day of success that a nation has won in a battle against the oppressors. The 16th December is observed as the ‘Victory Day’ of Bangladesh. On this day in 1971, we achieved independence from the oppression of Pakistani rule. Bangladesh, erstwhile East Pakistan, was ruled by the West Pakistan. The people of East Pakistan were deprived of their rights and fought for them. Thousands of valiant sons of this soil including armed forces laid down their lives for the freedom. During the nine months long war, we lost thousands of innocent lives including women and children. At the cost of huge blood-shed, we won the victory. They are the martyrs of our Liberation War. Each year, on this day, I go to the National Memorial and offer flowers and garlands on the alter there. Thus, I pay homage to those great sons of our soil. The sacrifice of those martyrs is a great inspiration for us. Their memory moves us with patriotic feeling and inspires us to stand for the interest of our country.

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Your Class Room

A classroom is a place where classes are held for teaching students. My classroom is on the 2nd floor of our school. It is very spacious and well ventilated. It can accommodate sixty students. It has one door and four wide windows. As a result, the room gets sufficient air and light. The room is well electrified with four fans and three tube lights. We use the fans when it is necessary. There are twenty smooth high benches and twenty comfortable low benches for the seating arrangement of the students. There is a raised platform with a fine chair and table for the teachers. A big blackboard is fixed to the wall. The walls and the ceiling are nicely whitewashed. There is no wall writing. We keep the classroom neat and clean. We feel comfortable in the classroom.

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Our classroom is held in a room which is adjacent to the office-room. It is a spacious room. It can accommodate fifty students. It is the ground floor of our school building. The moon is south facing and well ventilated. It has three doors and six windows. The doors and the windows are wide. So the room gets sufficient light and air. The walls and the ceiling are neatly whitewashed. The room is electrified and it has two fans. We use the fans if and when it is necessary. There are sixteen high benches and sixteen low benches in the room for the students. There is a raised platform with a chair and a table for the teacher. At the left side of the teacher, a big blackboard is fixed to the wall. We feel comfortable in the classroom.

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National Memorial

The National Memorial is a symbol of the nation’s respect for the martyrs of the war of liberation. It is located at Savar, Dhaka. Its foundation was laid on the first anniversary of the Victory Day in 1972. The entire complex will cover an area of 126 acres. It will include a mosque, a library, and a museum. The museum will preserve the relics of the liberation war. There is a series of 7 towers that rise by stages to a height of 150 feet. These seven towers represent the 7 war heroes who made supreme sacrifice in the liberation war. The height of the towers stands for the high sacrifice of every martyr. There are several graves of the martyrs close to the tower. Standing before the graves we bow down our heads in respect of their sacrifice. The memorial upholds our honour and dignity as a nation. It also expresses the triumph of a nation over slavery and bondage.

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The National Memorial at Saver is a symbol of the nation’s respect for the martyrs of the War of Liberation. It is built with concrete but made of blood. It stands 150 feet tall but every martyr it stands for stands so much taller. It is an achievement the dimensions of which can be measured, but it stands for an achievement which is immeasurable. It stands upright for the millions of martyrs who laid down their lives so that we may stand upright, in honour and dignity amongst the nations of the world. Its foundation was laid on the first anniversary of the Victory Day. There is actually a plan to build a huge complex in several phases. The entire complex will cover an area of 126 acres. The plan of this complex includes a mosque, a library, and a museum. The relics of the Liberation War will be kept in the museum. They will ever remind our countrymen and all who would come to visit the museum of the valiant struggle and supreme sacrifices of a freedom-loving people. Here also will be a clear warning to all oppressors that the weapons of freedom need not be very big and that oppression will always be defeated. The will of the people prevails, for man is born to be free. The most moving sight of the complex is the several graves of the martyred freedom fighters, close to the tower. Standing in front of the graves, we bow down our heads in respect, as the towers soar up symbolizing the loftiness of their spirit.

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Begum Rokeya

Begum Rokeya was a famous writer, a social worker, feminist and a social worker in undivided Bengal in the early 20th century. She is most famous for her efforts on behalf of gender equality and other social issues. She was born in 1880 in the village of Pairabondh, Rangpur, in what was then the British Indian Empire and is now Bangladesh. Her father, Jahiruddin Muhammad Abu Ali Haidar Saber, was a highly educated landlord. Rokea had two sisters and three brothers. Roquia’s eldest brother Ibrahim, and her immediate elder sister Karimunnesa, both had great influence on her life. She believed that women should have the same rights and opportunities as men have in society. So she fought for their cause throughout her life. She was married to Khan Bahadur Sakhawat Hussain in 1896. Her husband was the Deputy Magistrate of Bhagalpur, now a district in the Indian state of Bihar. He was very cooperative, and always encouraged Rokeya to go on with her activities. Many upper-class Muslims of Bengal at that time learned Arabic and Persian as medium of education and communication. But Rokeya had great love for her mother tongue. She learned Bangla and English from her eldest brother Ibrahim. She launched her literary career in 1902 with a Bangla story entitled Pipasa (Thirst). Rokea established a high school in her beloved husband’s memory, naming it Sakhawat Memorial Girls’ High School. It started in Bhagalpur, a traditionally Urdu-speaking area, with only five students. She also founded the Anjuman e Khawateen e Islam (Islamic Women’s Association), which was active in holding debates and conferences regarding the status of women and education. In her life, she remained busy with the school, the association, and her writings for the rest of her life. She died of heart problems on December 9, 1932. In Bangladesh, December 9 is celebrated as Rokeya Day in her memory.

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The Cow

The cow is a four-footed domestic animal. It is found all over the world. It is very useful to us. It is a very gentle animal. The cow has a large body. It has four legs, two eyes, two horns, two ears, and a long tail with a tuffx of hair at the end. It has a long head. It has some teeth on the lower jaw. It has no teeth in the upper jaw. Its hoofs are divided into two parts. The cow is found everywhere in the world. Wild cows are also found in the forest of Africa, America, and Australia. The cow lives on grass, straw, oil-cake, bran, etc. It is very fond of oil-cake. The cow is a very gentle animal. It gives birth to one calf at a time. It is very fond of her calf. The cow is a very useful animal. It gives us mildly. Milk is an ideal food. Many children live in their milk. We get butter, ghee, cheese, sweets, and curd from its milk. Cowdung is good manure. Shoes, bags, belts are made of its skin. So we should be kind to them and take proper care of them.

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