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FLOWERS OF BANGLADESH (Paragraph / Composition / Essay )

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   FLOWERS OF BANGLADESH


Bangladesh is a colourful country. She is a country flourished by the beauty of Nature. Flowers are the integral part of her beauty. Each season approaches with a variety of flowers. They lend colour, smell, beauty and charm to the land. Almost every season in Bangladesh brings in its own wealth of flowers. They are of various kinds. They are both cultivated and wild flowers. There are also native as well as foreign flowers. They differ in size and colour. Some of the flowers are large, some are small. Some are yellow, some are red while some are multicoloured. There are flowers that smell sweet, while some others are scentless.

The rose is the most beautiful of all flowers. It was not, however, originally, a native flower. It was brought from abroad. The rose is called the queen of flowers. It has a mild fragrance. It is a charming flower both in colour and fragrance. Some roses are white, some are red, some are pink and some are black. Now it is a popular flower in Bangladesh. The ‘Hasnahena’ is a small, white flower. It blooms in large number at a time and pours forth a flood of sweet smell. It is also cultivated in gardens and is highly prized. It is a summer flower. The ‘Kamini’ is also a summer flower. It is also white and rich in fragrance. The ‘Bakul’ blooms in a large tree. Its blossoms fall like tiny flakes of snow. It, too, is a summer flower. The ‘Bakul’ also blooms in summer. The ‘Gandharaj’ blooms in the rainy season. The ‘Rajanigandha’ ‘Gandharaj’ and the ‘Sandhamalati’ bloom at night and scatter their sweet smell to the night air. The ‘Jui’ and the ‘Beli’ are all white flowers. They also have sweet fragrance. The ‘Krishnachura’, the ‘Palash’, the ‘Karobi’ and the ‘Kadam’ bloom in summer and in the rainy season. They are scentless. They bloom in clusters. The ‘Palash’ and the ‘Krishnachura’ are very beautiful flowers. Their beautiful colour and shape attract people. The ‘Kadam’ has a mild smell. It is a wild flower, but it is liked very much. It looks like a small silken ball. The ‘Sunflower’ blooms in the rainy season. The ‘Sheuli’ comes at the advent of autumn. It is the queen of autumn. Its petals are snow white but its stem is yellowish. Its colour and smell charm us. Another flower that comes down like snow, and the petals of which are snow white, is the ‘Shefali’. Its stalk is yellow. It is, however, an autumn flower. The ‘Marigold’ has a golden hue. It grows only in winter. It is scentless but its bright colour attracts everyone. The ‘Cosmos’ and the ‘Dalia’ add to the beauty of our gardens in winter. The ‘Champa’ has a golden hue which fascinates everyone. Its sweet fragrance flows through the breeze of spring. The ‘Jaba’ blooms throughout the whole year. It is also scentless.

Apart from the major flowers, there are many other common flowers. These are the ‘Jasmine,’ the ‘Togor’ the ‘Chameli’ the ‘Shimul’ the ‘Mandar’ etc. Some of them have no smell and are mainly liked for their beauty. Besides these, there are innumerable bush flowers. Some flowers bloom in water. The ‘Lotus’ and the ‘Lily’ grow in watery places. The ‘Shapla’ is our national flower. It grows everywhere in plenty. It is white with pinks. The ‘Kamini’ also grows in watery places.

The beauty of nature is magnificent in Bangladesh. Flowers contribute much to beautify it. They are the symbols of beauty and purity. We use them as a token of love and respect. We use flowers on happy ceremonies and festivals. Bees gather honey from flowers and store it in their hives. We get honey from these hives. Now-a-days flowers have become very popular in Bangladesh. In the big cities there are many floral shops which sell flowers, garlands, bouquets. Flowers are cultivated in different parts of the country to supply flowers to these shops. Flowers are getting more and more importance in our country. This is a good sign for us.

Flowers are the most beautiful objects of Nature. Nature has adorned our land with the most charming flowers of the world and has made us lovers of flowers. Men, women and children of Bangladesh love flowers all alike. We should take care of them.

 

 

     FLOWERS OF BANGLADESH

 

Introduction: Bangladesh is a colourful country. She is a country flourished by the beauty of Nature. Flowers are the integral part of her beauty. Each season approaches with a variety of flowers. They lend colour, smell, beauty and charm to the land.

 

Kinds: Almost every season in Bangladesh brings in its own wealth of flowers. They are of various kinds. They are both cultivated and wild flowers. There are also native as well as foreign flowers. They differ in size and colour. Some of the flowers are large, some are small. Some are yellow while some are multicoloured. There are flowers that smell sweet, while some others are scentless.

 

Symbol of Nature: A flower is a symbol of holiness. The Great Prophet, Hazrat Muhammad (Sm.) was also a lover of flowers. He said, “If you have two pice, buy flowers with one pice and food with the other.” This shows the importance of flowers in the life of a human being.

 

Aesthetic Value: A flower is a thing of beauty and a source of joy. It not only satisfies the aesthetic sense of a person, it also develops his soft emotions and feelings. A lover of beauty can hardly commit a crime.

The major flowers and their characteristics, colour and smell: The rose is the most beautiful of all flowers. It was not, however, originally, a native flower. It was brought from abroad. The rose is called the queen of flowers. It has a mild fragrance. It is a charming flower both in colour and fragrance. Some roses, however, have no smell. Everybody loves to grow it if he can. Different kinds of roses grow in Bangladesh. Some roses are white, some are red, some are pink and some are black. Now it is a popular flower in Bangladesh. The ‘Hasnahena’ is a small, white flower. It blooms in large number at a time and pours forth a flood of sweet smell. It is also cultivated in gardens and is highly prized. It is a summer flower. The ‘Kamini’ is also a summer flower. It is also white and rich in fragrance. The ‘Bakul’ blooms is a large tree. It is not generally planted in a small garden. Its blossoms fall like tiny flakes of snow. It, too, is a summer flower. The ‘Bakul’ also blooms in summer. The ‘Gandharaj’ blooms in the rainy season. The ‘Rajanigandha’ ‘Gandharaj’ and the ‘Sandhamalati’ bloom at night and scatter their sweet smell to the night air. The ‘Jui’ and the ‘Beli’ are all white flowers. They also have sweet fragrance. The ‘Krishnachura’, the ‘Palash’, the ‘Karobi’ and the ‘Kadam’ bloom in summer and in the rainy season. They are scentless. They bloom in clusters. The ‘Palash’ and the ‘Krishnachura’ are very beautiful flowers. Their beautiful colour and shape attract people. The ‘Kadam’ blossom is yellow. It has a mild smell. It is a wild flower, but it is liked very much. It looks like a small silken ball. The ‘Sunflower’ blooms in the rainy season. The ‘Sheuli’ comes at the advent of autumn. It is the queen of autumn. Its petals are snow white but its stem is yellowish. Its colour and smell charm us. Another flower that comes down like snow, and the petals of which are snow white, is the ‘Shefali’. Its stalk is yellow. It is, however, an autumn flower. The ‘Marigold’ has a golden hue. It grows only in winter. It is scentless but its bright colour attracts everyone. The ‘Cosmos’ and the ‘Dalia’ add to the beauty of our gardens in winter. The ‘Champa’ has a golden hue which fascinates everyone. Its sweet fragrance flows through the breeze of spring. The ‘Jaba’ blooms throughout the whole year. It is also scentless.

 

Some other common flowers: Apart from the major flowers, there are many other common flowers, the variety of the landscape of Bangladesh comes from these flowers. These are the ‘Jasmine,’ the ‘Togor’ the ‘Chameli’ the ‘Shimul’ the ‘Mandar’ etc. Some of them have no smell and are mainly liked for their beauty. Besides these, there are innumerable bush flowers.

The flowers of watery place: Some flowers bloom in water. The ‘Lotus’ and the ‘Lily’ grow in watery places. The ‘Shapla’ is our national flower. It grows everywhere in plenty. It is white with pinks. The ‘Kamini’ also grows in watery places.

Charm and uses: Nature in Bangladesh is not much spoilt by urbanisation. So, the beauty of nature is magnificent in Bangladesh. Flowers contribute much to beautify it. They are the symbols of beauty and purity. We use them as a token of love and respect. We use flowers on happy ceremonies and festivals. We present bouquets of flowers to our beloved persons and we also garland our leaders and visitors when they grace our functions. Bees gather honey from flowers and store it in their hives. We get honey from these hives. Now-a-days flowers have become very popular in Bangladesh. In the big cities there are many floral shops which sell flowers, garlands, bouquets. Flowers are cultivated in different parts of the country to supply flowers to these shops. During festivals, marriage ceremonies, memorable national days flowers bouquets and garlands are bought by large number of people. Flowers are getting more and more importance in our country. This is a good sign for us.

 

Conclusion: Flowers are the most beautiful objects of Nature. Nature has adorned our land with the most charming flowers of the world and has made us lovers of flowers. Men, women and children of Bangladesh love flowers all alike. We should take care of them.



THE FLOWERS OF BANGLADESH


Bangladesh is a nursling of nature. She has endowed it with plentitude of flowers. In fact, many kinds of flowers grow in

Bangladesh. Flowers are lovely to look at. They attract everybody. The flowers of Bangladesh vary in their shape, size, colour and smell. Some flowers are permanent and some are seasonal. Some are native and others are exotic. Some are garden flowers and others are wild. Some flowers have sweet scent and some are scentless.

 

The rose is the queen of flowers. Some roses are noted for their fragrance and some for their beauty. The marigold, the gardenia, the jasmine, the china-rose, the tube-rose, the lotus, the water-lily are some of the remarkable flowers of Bangladesh. Some flowers grow on large trees. They include the kadamba, the bokul. and the krishnachura. Among the common season flowers mention may be made of the chrysanthemum, the dahlia, the daisy, and the poppy. The sunflower is a very large flower. Its seeds are crushed to produce edible oil. It is so-called, because it looks up to the sun and turns its face as the sun moves from east to west. Flowers are a special handi-work of nature. They are needed by the people of all creeds and castes on festive occasions and for special purposes.

 

They are the symbols of beauty and purity. We like flowers, love flowers and enjoy flowers. All people will do well to start and foster floriculture in our country.

Since every human being hoes flowers, cultivation and commercialization of flower can easily be pursued as a professor. For doing so, one does not need large space. A little space in front of one's house is sufficient enough for growing a wide variety of f1woers. The government may take some initiatives to encourage more and more people to take to flower cultivation and selling flower as a profession

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