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Bangladesh : My Country (Paragraph / Composition / Essay)

Updated: Feb 22

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Bangladesh is in South Asia on the shore of the Bay of Bengal. The Bay of Bengal is on the south and the other three sides of the country are surrounded by India but she shares a bit of the south-east border with Myanmar. The Tropic of Cancer and the 90° longitudinal line intersect almost in the middle of the country. She became independent from Pakistan in 1971. The total land area of the country is 1,44,570 square kilometres and population is about 130 million. Almost all the people of the country speak Bangla. English is also used widely as well. There area number of tribal dialects. About 85 per cent of the people are Muslims and the rest are Hindus, Buddhists and Christians. The national dress for men is pyjama and punjabi and for women saree and blouse. But educated people wear generally trousers and shirts and young women salowar and kamiz. The farmers, the majority of the population, wear longi and shirts. Dhaka is the capital of this country and Chittagong, the port city, is called the commercial capital of the country. Cox's Bazar for its silvery sandy sea beach and Rangamati with ever-green hills and lakes are special natural sites worth-seeing for the tourists. The society is generally male-dominated but nowadays both men and women manage the finances and maintain the family. Female rights are acknowledged and they are encouraged in every sector of the country.


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Bangladesh is a sovereign nation located in South Asia, bordering India to the west, north, and east, with Myanmar to the southeast and the Bay of Bengal to the south. The country covers an area of 1,44,570 square kilometres and has an estimated population of approximately 130 million, making it one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The Tropic of Cancer and the 90° longitudinal line intersect near the country's geographic centre. Bangladesh achieved its independence from Pakistan in 1971, after a nine-month-long war.The majority of the population speaks Bengali, while English is widely used as a second language. Additionally, there are numerous tribal dialects spoken throughout the country. The religious demographics of the country show that around 85% of the population is Muslim, with the rest being Hindus, Buddhists, and Christians. The national dress for men is traditionally pyjama and punjabi, while women wear saree and blouse, although the younger generation often opts for more modern attire like salowar and kamiz.Dhaka, the capital city, is the cultural and economic centre of the country, while Chittagong, the port city, is regarded as the commercial capital. Tourists flock to the country's natural treasures such as Cox's Bazar, which boasts a stunning silver sandy beach, and Rangamati, with its lush green hills and tranquil lakes.While traditionally male-dominated, Bangladeshi society is evolving, with women becoming increasingly active in various sectors of the country. Female rights are acknowledged and encouraged, with both men and women now managing finances and maintaining the family. Bangladesh's rich history and diverse cultural heritage, combined with its natural beauty, make it a fascinating and vibrant country.

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Bangladesh is our country. She came into existence on the 16th of December, 1971. The soil, the sky, the wind, in fact, everything of this country is very dear to me. Bangladesh is an over populated country. Abut 114 million people live in this country. The Muslims, the Hindus, the Buddhists and the Christians are notable among them. They live here in peace and amity. She is an agricultural country. Her soil is very fertile. Jute is the important cash-crop of Bangladesh. Wheat, rice, oil-seeds, tobacco etc are also produced here. Bangladesh is a land of rivers. She is rich in river wealth and raw materials. She exports fish to different countries and earns much foreign exchange. Dhaka, the most populated city in the country, is the capital of Bangladesh. Chittagong and Chalna are important sea-ports of this land. Bangladesh is a picturesque land. She has six seasons. Much of the beauty of the country is contributed by numerous trees of different sizes. Flowers are the special gift of nature in Bangladesh. They lend colour, smell beauty and charm to the land. Bangladesh though was once a country of plenty and affluence, has lost much of the wealth as time has passed on. However I love my country with all my heart.

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