Composition : Bangladesh is My Pride

Bangladesh is My Pride

Bangladesh is our homeland. It came into being on the 16th December 1971 after a bloody (ব্লুডি - রক্তক্ষয়ী) liberation war. It is my pride, it is my dream, and it is my life-blood.

Bangladesh lies in the eastern part of South Asia. It is surrounded by India on three sides north, east and west and by the Bay of Bengal on the south. It has a total land area of 1,47,570 square kilometres including (ইনক্লুডিং - যুক্ত ) rivers.

Bangladesh is a small country with a big population of about eighteen cores. It is the most densely (coffee) populated country in the world. Population problem is the one number problem of Bangladesh. Now Bangladesh has become a victim of the vicious circle of extreme (-) poverty due to population explosion (এক্সপ্লোশন- বিস্ফোরণ).

There are people of many religions in Bangladesh. More than 80% of the people are Muslims. Besides this, there are Hindus, Buddhists and Christians. They all live in great peace and harmony(হারমনি - সংগতি). Bangladesh is a land of moderate climate (মডারেট ক্লাইমেট - নাতিশীতষ জলবায়ু) It belongs to the domain of a seasonal wind called monsoon. It has six seasons called summer, rainy season, early autumn, late autumn, winter and spring. Each season lasts for two months. Each season comes with its own colours and adds beauty to nature. Nature assumes (আজিউমস - ধারণ) different pictures in different seasons.

Bangladesh is called the darling (ডার্লিং - প্রিয়) child of nature. It is a treasure-trove of bounteous ( বাউনটিয়াস - বদান্যতা) nature. Nature seems to have adorned Bangladesh lavishly (লেভিসলি –উদারভাবে) by all her beauties and bounties. Whoever sets foot on this land, can never forget its beauty.

Bangladesh is mainly an agricultural country. More than eighty percent of their populations depend (ডিপেন্ড - নির্ভরতা) on agriculture for their living. Rice is our main food crop (ক্রপ - শস্য). Jute and tea are our two main cash crops. Thousands of our people are working in foreign (ফরেইন - বিদেশি) countries for want of job opportunities in native (ন্যাটিভ - নিজ) land.

Flower is the wonderful gift of nature. They add much to the enhancement of the natural beauty of Bangladesh. Flowers are liked by one and all for their variety of colours, beauty and sweet smell. The rose is the best among the Bangladesh is a favourite homeland of a great variety (ভ্যারাইট - বিভিন্ন) of flowers and fruits. Flowers are a lot. The Shapla (water lily) is our national flower. Fruits are of both seasonal and all seasonal. Our main fruits are mangoes, bananas, pine apples, jack fruits, coconuts etc. The Jack fruit is our national fruit.

We go the bed with the chirping of birds at night and wake up again with the chirping of birds in the morning. There are talking birds, game birds, prey birds (প্রে বার্ড - শিকারি পাখি) water birds, guest birds (গেস্ট বার্ড - অতিথি পাখি) weaving birds and beautiful birds in Bangladesh they add charm and beauty to the flora and fauna of our country. The Doel is our national bird.

Bangladesh is called the land of rivers with their uncounted tributaries. These rivers contribute much to add to the natural beauty of Bangladesh. The Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna and the Karnafuli are the big rivers of Bangladesh. They provide (প্রোভাইড - যোগান দেওয়া) us with a great variety of heart-touching (হার্ট টাচিং - হৃদয় কারা) and eye-catching sights, sounds and beauty.

Education is the backbone of the nation. Most of the people of our country are illiterate. They are ignorant of their rights and duties. The darkness of illiteracy has created a great obstacle (গ্রেট অবসটাকল - বড় বাধা) to the way of our development. People of Bangladesh are simple and gentle. They have strong feelings of love, affection and hospitality.

Our mother tongue is Bangla, Bengali literature is very much developed. Our world poet Rabindranath Tagore, rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam and Pollikabi Jasimuddin are the outstanding (আউটস্ট্যান্ডিং - অনন্য ) poets of Bengali literature. Kazi Nazrul Islam is our national poet.

Bangladesh achieved (আচাইভড - অর্জন) independence in 1971. It became the successor (সাকসেসর - অর্জনকারী) of a burnt and shattered economy. Though we achieved the territorial freedom, we could not yet achieve economic emancipation (এমান্সিপেশন - মুক্তি). Most of the people of our country have to live below the poverty line. We love our country with all the warmth (ওয়ার্মথ - উষ্ণ) or our heart. Let us give vent to our feelings in the words of the poet,
"No where would thou find such a land, queen of all lands, my beloved motherland."
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