Bangladesh | short discussion about Bangladesh | assignment/paragraph/ composition

 



Bangladesh:

The official name of Bangladesh is the "People's Republic of Bangladesh" It is a country in South Asia. Bangla is the native language in Bangladesh.

It became independent in 1971. First the British ruled us for about 200 years. Then the Pakistanis ruled us from 1947 to 1971. But the Bengalis did not remain silent.  They stood against all the oppressions from time to time.

In 1952, we achieved the right place of our mother tongue. To get this, many heroic Sons of our country sacrificed their valuable lives. This was a rare example in the history of the world. For this, 21 February is observed International Mother Language Day all over the world.

However, after achieving the right place of Bangla, the people of this country became bolder. They began to think how to achieve complete Independence. At last, in 1971, we got our Independence. For this we had to sacrifice many things. Many gave away their own lives. People lost their father, mother, sons, daughters, relatives and friends. After nine months’ hard struggle, we became free on 16 December 1971. So 16 December is our Victory Day.

Dhaka is its capital. Bangladesh is a small country. Its land area is 1, 47,570 square kilometers. But it has a large population. About 140 million people live here.

Bangladesh is mainly an agricultural country. Its main crops are rice, jute, sugarcane, and tea. Many kinds of fruits also grow here. Jackfruits, mangoes, bananas, pineapples, guavas, and watermelons are the most common.

My country has also many rivers. The main rivers are the Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna and the Karnaphuly. There are many varieties of fishes in these rivers.

We have many interesting places. The Sundarbans, Rangamati, and Cox’s Bazar are very attractive. The Royal Bengal Tiger lives in Sundarbans. Cox’s Bazar is the longest beach in the world. It is about 120 kilometers long. Many people visit these places every year.

Bangladesh is a peaceful country. People from different communities live here in peace.


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