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Band Music in Bangladesh

Band music has recently found a place in the music world of Bangladesh. Actually, Bangladesh is a country of music. Music resides in the heart of the people of this country. Folk songs, modern songs, classical music, and semi-classical music are the expression of the great tradition that our forefathers have left us with. Now band music has permeated into this great tradition. In fact, band music is an imitation of western pop-culture. A great part of our young generation is devoted to this type of music. The band music practitioners are also young in age and are mainly descendants of rich families. They compose music with different orchestration instrument that is not used in the traditional sphere. Though it is borrowed from the west, the experiment in this field has improved our modern music. Yet sometimes the effect of band music can be harmful to the upcoming generation. So it should be carefully noticed that young men do not forget their own culture, rather try to improve it by means of band music taking ideas from the western pop-culture.

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Blood Bank

A blood bank is a place where blood is stored for future use in hospitals. It is similar to a money bank where people deposit money and draw it when necessary. But in a blood bank, the blood is not deposited in individual names. Mostly blood is donated voluntarily and those who donate blood are inspired by the noble spirit of charity and fellow-feeling. A blood bank needs blood without which their lives are in danger. The blood bank comes forward to help them and save their lives. The blood bank has listed donors. Besides, people, inspired by noble spirit, donate blood on some public day or festival. But when receiving blood for the bank, it should be properly tested, because fatal diseases like AIDS, jaundice etc. can spread through blood.

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Ban on Polythene

Polythene is a light and thin plastic used for making bags or for keeping food or other things dry and fresh. Shopping bags made of polythene are very convenient and useful. But indiscriminate use of polythene bags is a serious threat to the environment. Polythene is indestructible and water and air resistant. So, used bags thrown here and there destroy the fertility of the soil by obstructing air and water. Used polybags pose serious threat to sewerage by disrupting the flow of water and filth. So indiscriminate use of polybags should be checked. To this end, production and use of polybags should remain banned. Of course, people would face a little inconvenience but this should be conceded for the greater good to the environment. But total ban on polythene would not be possible. Many dry food items and medicines are packed in polythene and this should be allowed. In place of polybags, bags of perishable material such as paper and jute should be used.

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Benefits of Education

The benefits of education cannot be overstated. It goes a long way to improve one’s body, mind, and soul by awakening and developing one’s latent faculties. An educated man knows how to abide by the rules of hygiene and sanitation. It enables one to acquire knowledge and skill. It also helps a person to understand the problems of life and earn a living. Besides, education can bring spiritual enlightenment and ennoble the soul. Educated people can enormously bring spiritual enlightenment and ennoble the soul. Educated people can enormously contribute to raise the standard of living and elevate the value system of a nation. Thus an educated person is an asset to his family, to the nation and to the world at large. An uneducated man is but a liability to all concerned. In fact, education brings about all-round development of all human beings. Education is, therefore, essential for every man and woman.

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Baishakhi Mela

Or, Boishakhi Mela

Baishakhi Mela is a part and parcel of Bengali culture. It is perhaps the largest and most comprehensive celebration of the arts and culture of Bangladesh. It is held on the 1st day of the Bangla New Year and the Bangalees were all looking forward to welcoming the year through this celebration. The Ramna Batamul is the centre around which New Year celebration has spread around the city and gradually across the country. This festival encompasses exhibitions, music, poetry, crafts, photography, theatre, etc. in the urban area. A Baishakhi Mela is an annual gathering. It is one of the chief attractions of the village too. Some fairs are held for a day, some are held for some days. It is held generally in the open place or on the bank of a river or a canal. Men, women, and children gather in the Baishakhi Mela in large numbers. Fancy goods, toys, balloons, flutes, sweets, and wooden things are mostly sold and children buy them. Circus parties are the common feature of the Baishakhi Mela. They often bring trained small tigers, elephants, monkeys, horses, and bears that show funny feats. It is a matter of pride and pleasure that we celebrate our identity in a true spirit through Baishakhi Mela.

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There are different kinds of Melas. They have different kinds of purposes. It varies from fair. Baishakhi Mela is one of the Melas which is held to celebrate the beginning of the first month of the Happy New Bangla Year. It is very interesting. It is known to us that Baishakhi Mela is the celebration of the New Bangla Year with greatness of the season. It upholds the tradition and heritage with the assemblage of handicrafts, potteries, tops, delicate woven cloths, needlework and so on. There are circus, merry-go-round and Jatra as special attractions. The first programme begins at dawn at Ramna Batamul. A large number of people, wearing traditional dresses are expected to attend the programme. It is the mirror which reflects our art and culture. The importance of the Baishakhi Mela in our practical life is very great. The poet sings – 
Here comes the Baishakhi Mela,
It is our gala,
It is our glory we never feel sorry having this Mela
It is our gala.

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