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Flowers You Like

Flowers are a dominant factor of the exquisite beauty of nature in Bangladesh. Each season approaches with a variety of flowers. These flowers are the rose, the marigold, the champa, the jasmine, the togar, the bakul, the beli, the chameli, the kamini etc. The flowers I like are the rose, the beli, and the bakul. Of them, I like the rose most. Why do I like it? I like this flower because the rose is called the queen of flowers. It is appreciated all over the country for its colour, shape, and sweet smell. The rose looks nice and gives out the scent that soothes my mind when I am very much mentally tired. It refreshes my mind so much that I can get fresh energy to work again with full attention. There is a saying, “He who does not love flowers can kill a man.” The other flowers that I like besides the rose are also very charming, fragrant and invigorating.

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Falsehood

Falsehood is the worst demerit of a man. Telling lie is a great sin. A person who tells lies or speaks falsely is called a liar. It is the worst part of the character of a human being. Only for this, other merits of a human being lose their values. It destroys a man wholly. It causes barriers in the way of one’s prosperity. Nobody believes a falsifier. Each and everyone avoids him. Falsehood is hated in all religions. All the great men of all eras of the world rejected falsehood. A man who prefers falsehood is hated not only by God but also by his companions around him. Falsehood brings only dishonour and failure for a man. Nobody seeks his advice in problem-solving. Finally, we can say, falsehood is a destroyer of humanity. We should hate and shun falsehood from the very early stage of our life.

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Freedom Fighter

A freedom fighter is honoured in all lands and in all times because he fights for a noble cause which is the freedom of the motherland. Freedom is the birthright of man, but sometimes this right is denied to a nation by foreign rulers. As a result, armed conflict takes place between the freedom-loving people and determined then the freedom fighters win and the country achieves independence. The people of Bangladesh fought a glorious war of independence against the Pakistani occupation forces in 1971. In this great war the Bengali members of the armed forces, the students and the people from all walks of life took part. They fought for long nine months and defeated the well-trained Pakistani forces. Bangladesh became a free country. The people who fought against the Pakistani army and the people who took part in the war efforts are called the freedom fighters. Many of the freedom fighters sacrificed their lives for the cause of the motherland. We owe our freedom to these noble freedom fighters. The freedom fighters will remain immortal in the history of Bangladesh.

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Food, People Commonly Eat in Bangladesh

The foods that people in Bangladesh commonly eat are, among other things, rice, fish, and pulses (dal). People also eat wheat, potato, and other seasonal vegetables, sweet potato, beef, mutton, chicken, eggs, bread and other bakery products, sweet meat and all sorts of local fruits. Some other common but occasionally eaten food are polao, biriani, chicken roast and chicken rejala, different kinds of kabab, mutton curry and beef curry. All these, we call common foods, because these are available everywhere in Bangladesh and people like them very much as well. We can find them around us. These items are available in the market around the year unless not out so season. Green and red vegetables, Mola fish and sour fruits are rich in vitamins. Plantains are a good source of iron. All fruits are also rich in food value. We like all these Bangladeshi foods because these are our own food, we are habituated to eat this sort of food. It is a symbol of nationalism and self-confidence too. Above all, most of our common foods are very rich in nutrition value and highly agreeable to our palate.

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Grameen Bank

Grameen Bank is an unconventional bank which has reversed conventional banking practice by removing the need for collateral and created a banking system based on mutual trust, accountability, participation, and creativity. Professor Dr Muhammad Yunus is the founder of “Grameen Bank”. It functions by providing credit to the poorest of the poor in rural Bangladesh, without any collateral. At Grameen Bank, credit is a cost-effective weapon to fight poverty and it serves as a catalyst in the banking orbit on the ground that they are poor and hence not bankable. 6.74 million borrowers, 97% of whom are women are the beneficiaries of the bank. Grameen Bank provides services in 72,833 villages covering more than 86% of the total villages in Bangladesh. Grameen Bank’s positive impact on its poor and formerly poor borrowers has been documented in many independent studies carried out by external agencies. It won many international prizes and recognition. The founder of the bank Professor Dr Muhammad Yunus and the bank itself have won the Nobel Peace Prize in the year 2006, the highest international recognition in the world. However, Grameen Bank is committed to eradicating poverty from the country in not too distant a future.

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