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A Book Fair

or, A Book Exhibition

orEkushe Boi Mela

Like various fairs, the book fair is organised to show new books. A book fair is not an exception. So nowadays, it has become a practice to held book fairs in our country too. The important book fair in Bangladesh is generally held in the premises of Bangla Academy. Although book fairs in our country are of recent origin, they are gradually gaining popularity. Book fairs are now held in district towns also. Our Govt. and conscious citizens should take positive steps to make these fairs more popular if we want to thrive as a nation in this competitive world. Book fairs serve two purposes at a time. They create a taste and eagerness for reading while the authors and booksellers get a chance for publicity. Moreover, the readers can collect their chosen copy from a book fair.

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Nowadays book fairs are becoming more and more popular in Bangladesh. These are held in different cities and towns on some special occasions. The tradition originated from the book fairs held at Bangladesh Academy in commemoration of the Language Movement. In a book fair, all the leading publishers set up stalls. Some importers of foreign books also have their own stalls. Islamic Foundation and Bangla Academy open stalls at book fairs. Thus there is a large number of well-decorated and attractive bookstalls in a book fair. At the fairs, people can buy books on tempting commission. The book-fairs thus widen the forum of reading public. Besides books, cassettes of Rabindra Sangeet, Nazrul Geeti, folk songs and of recitation are also put on display for sale. At one corner of a fair, the visitors can find a few stalls that sell snacks mainly traditional Bangladeshi snacks. Book-fairs are a noble venture and it proved a success.

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Books are man’s most trusted, daily friend. To develop one’s inner and outward faculty, the importance of reading books can never be denied. To promote the sale of books, every year, a fair known as “Book Fair” is held. Book fairs are held at many places round the year. But the fair we are talking here is “The Ekushey Boi Mela” held in the Bangla Academy premises in the month of February in the memory off the martyrs for the Language Movement. Every year, many stalls are set there with various old and new books from home and abroad. This year, there were two hundred stalls in the fair. The main purpose is to introduce readers with any newly published books. It usually lasts for a week or a month. It has grown popular with the readers. It has became, in fact, a great attraction for the educated and cultured people. It gives the writer an opportunity to make publicity of their books. It also instils a love of books and develops the habit of buying books. It is usually organised by any organisation like Bangla Academy or the publishing companies. All should buy and read books to be enlightened beings. Only then the book fair will be successful.

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A Day Labour

A day labourer is a person who does heavy unskilled work. He works outdoors and is usually employed in agricultural and construction work. His work needs strength rather than skill. He works from dawn till dusk for his employer. He is generally paid at the end of the day. His income is very low and sometimes he cannot earn a living wage. He usually lives in a slum in subhuman conditions with his family. He goes out early in the morning to take for work. He works hard the whole day, buys food for his family with his small earning and returns home in the evening. If he can earn more than usual, he buys as much food as he can. Then there is much cooking in his house and he enjoys a nice meal with his family. But if he cannot find work, he does not have enough to eat and sometimes he goes unfed. So our government should take positive steps to ensure jobs and shelter for this poorest section of our population.

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A day labourer is a poor fellow. His life is simple and full of hard word. He works all day long to support himself and his family. He does whatever work he gets. So he has no choice. Every morning he comes out of his house with a spade and a basket. Sometimes he works in the field, in construction projects, digs soil, breaks bricks, etc. At the end of his work, he gets his payment and becomes very happy. He tries to save something form this. But when he gets no work, his life is at stake. So the life of a day labourer is not unmixed happiness. As he is an unskilled labourer his wage is very low, and he lives below the poverty line.

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A Good Teacher

A man or a woman who teaches the students in any educational institution is called a teacher. A teacher, especially a good or an ideal teacher, is one of the most important people of a country. He is a valuable asset to any country. He is the architect of a nation. A good teacher is a friend, philosopher and guide to the students. He makes lessons interesting to them. He awakens the students and arouses their eagerness for learning. He makes them confident and proves them clever. He discovers the hidden treasure in each student. He also wants them happy. He keeps them busy at school and at home. His general nature is also good. So, a good teacher should have the necessary qualifications and professional training.

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A Journey By Train

A journey by train is interesting. It is also instructive. During Eid Vacation I made a journey by train from Chittagong to Dhaka. I went there to see my friend Anika. I reached the station ten minutes earlier. I bought a ticket. The Urmi Aruna Express reached the station at 9 a.m. I got into a compartment and took my seat. There was a rush on the train. The train started. The train reached Laksham station within 4 hours. It halted there for five minutes. After that, the train again started. At about 4 p.m. the train crossed the Bhairad Bridge over the river Meghna. Both the sides of the river were full of green fields. All the boats set their sails. It seemed that birds with white wings were flying. At about 5 p.m. the train reached the Kurmitola station. After half an hour the train reached Kamlapur station. I got down from the train. I hired a rickshaw and started for my friend’s hostel at Mirpur. The journey was very pleasant. I gave me a fair idea of the country I live in. Students should enjoy it whenever that get a chance.

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A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing

I know a story about “A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing”. It is about my younger brother. He is only five years old. He has little knowledge of swimming. I am a good swimmer. When I went swimming in the pond he also followed me. He looked at everything I did because he wanted to swim alone. Then, one day when I went to my friend’s home, my mother was in the kitchen, my younger brother went to the pond all alone for swimming. When he got down into the water he was almost drowned. At that time my father saw it and rescued him. Through this experience, my younger brother learned that “A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing”.

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