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The Type of a Family I like

I like nuclear family. The number of members should be four. There should be only parents and two children, preferably one boy and one girl. It must be quiet. This type of family has a log of advantages. A small family has small demands, so parents can buy things according to their need. Guests are also less and so, there will be less noise. Children can prepare their lessons attentively and they have enough time to spend on TV or computer. Again they need not share their bed with guests and need not to work for them. As a whole, the members of a small family enjoy a peaceful happy life. There may be a few disadvantages such as they have no one to talk with or they do not find one to exchange views. But this problem can be overcome by a proper division of work and keeping some time for family talk. I support a nuclear family.

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The Place of a Banyan Tree in Bengali Culture

A banyan tree occupies an important place in Bengali culture. It is a huge tree spread over a large area around it. The most interesting thing with banyan trees is that stems come out to ground as an outgrowth of branches and support the extending branches around the tree. It is a popular abode of birds. For its shade, people, usually tired passers-by and cowboys, take rest sitting under this tree. The leaves are a common food for cattle. These leaves are also the major raw material for ‘bidi’ factories. It is a centre for social events too. Local meetings and discussions are often held under banyan trees. People also sit there just to gossip or play chess or cards. These trees act not only as a place of social gathering but also a centre for a business transaction. A banyan tree has a strong religious attachment with the people of this region. The Buddhists’ god “Buddha” spent a vital part of his life under a banyan tree. The Hindus have many religious events to be held under it. Many offer ‘puja’ to banyan trees for their religious involvements. The Muslims also consider this tree a proper place to have religious discussions. Even in the village in many places, people say their Eid prayers under it. The banyan tree is the inseparable part of our tradition. “The Ramna Botomul” (under the banyan tree at Ramna) is the centre for the Bengali New Year celebration. The trees witness the fall and rise of civilization one after another. They are great historians. We must take care of the banyan trees in our country.

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Tourism

The concept of tourism is now a common issue and is still a new idea for a country like Bangladesh. Tourism is a mechanism of interaction between the travellers and the people of the destination. The definition of tourism is moving out of one zone from the usual place of residence for a certain period. This movement will not be related to earning activities in the place of visit. Nowadays tourism is a common phenomenon. From when and how the process of tourism was first originated none can say. The people in the Mesopotamian areas started travelling first. Day by day it has spread throughout the world. Tourism is necessary for many respects. It can be treated as a tool for peace and dialogue among the civilizations. Men want to get pleasure and recreation by seeing the amazing beautiful sports and historical venues. Other than these tourists are a profitable business. A country can earn foreign currencies. God-gifted natural places and man-made historical venues and the main attractions. The land, the rivers, the mountains, the forests can give one celestial beauty. Sea, sand, snow, sun, scenery, sightseeing are the main objectives. A tourist wants to enjoy the uncommon and unique beauties of the world. He wants to pass his idle time in seeing the different countries and their objects of glory. We have immense possibilities for developing tourism in Bangladesh. We can make Bangladesh a wonderful land for the tourists.

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The Beauty of the Taj Mahal

India has many beautiful historical places of interest, but the beauty of the Taj Mahal at Agra surpasses the beauty of all other places. The Taj Mahal, the symbol of true love, was built by Shah Jahan, the famous Mughal emperor, in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It was built three centuries ago. There are symmetrical cypress trees surrounding the building. The outstanding spiral minarets enhance its beauty. There are beautiful gardens and flowers bearing trees around this majestic building. There is also a narrow water channel flowing by the side of the cypress trees. It looks like a fairy dressed in a spotless white attire. On a moonlit night, its beauty allures everyone. The Taj Mahal stands on a huge white marble platform. On the four corners of the platform there stand for towers. The sidewall of the Taj has been decorated with verses from the Holy Quran that are carved on the walls. Thousands of foreign tourists worldwide come to visit the Taj Mahal every day.

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Street Children

The street children are constantly seen by us. They are the abandoned children coming from broken homes. In search of a handful of rich or anything to eat they loiter from one place to another. They have no permanent shelter to lay their head. Their day-long occupation ranges from begging to stealing and from collecting different waste materials from wayside to selling pan, biri, cigarette of passers-by. Their education is left as if, to the street. And the streets teach them to swear to smoke freely and to keep thief fists always ready for fight. They have seen to bear scorn for everyone crossing their path. They are neglected in society and nobody cares for them. They like to lead a care-free life completely putting off all thoughts of living a meaningful life until they are matured to think for themselves.

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