Friday, 26 June 2009

travell on bangladesh

my thinking about tavelling

travelling means going from one place to another to see and learn more and more.we travel for educatin, business, pleasure, etc. curiosity leads men to travel from one place another. travelling has a great educative value. it is a part of percel of education. it teaches a man better then books. bookish knowledge is incomplete. travelling compleates it.Travelling enables human being to see things with his own eyes.It turns knowledge into personal experience. A taveller can observe for himself. the manners and customs, socio-economic and religious systems, trade and commerce of the different nations of the world. Traveling breaks the monotony of life and fills the mind with  joy. Traveling gives us opportunity to make the best use of eyes to see, ears to hear and mind to cherish for learning. It teaches us to bear hardship. Travelling is a good training for success in the struggle of life.


Bangladesh  is often called a land of natural beauties. She is nature's darling child. On no other country of the world has nature bestowed so much beauty as on Bangladesh. Her beauties consist in bounty and variety. Bangladesh is playground of nature. her tropical climate  brings for her abundance of sunshine, on the hand, and plenty of cloud and rain, on the other hand. There is always the play of light and shade in the land. She enjoys the pleasure of sunny weather, luxury of colours and throws an appeal of an unending ocean of greenery. Her green fields overflowing with golden crops, the spotless blue and cloudy sky, her moonlit night and pitch dark night – all these present scenes of romantic charm and beauty. Then come the beauties of the river scenes of Bangladesh.  The banks of the river present an unbroken view of a variety of sights which enchant the eyes. The grand spectacle of the river on a moonlit night is simply bewitching. In Bangladesh six seasons in their distinctive roles come in procession. In summer, heat is intense but there are gifts of delicious fruits. In the rainy season floods occur but it is the season which is at the root of all verdure and greenery. In autumn, there are the play of hide and seek among the clouds, the blue sky and the enchanting moonlight at night. Last of all, spring presents variety of colours. No one deny that Bangladesh  is a matchless beauty spot in the world.



The Kuakata beach lies at the southern extremity of Bangladesh. It is on of the rarest beaches of the world that allows one to have a full view of the sunrise and sunset. The reflection of sunrise and sunset in the water of Bay of Bengal is really enchanting. The scene captivates human mind. The beach is not far from the Sundarbans. It has picturesque (charming) coconut groves in the background. It is also a sanctuary of migratory birds. Many birds from the north come to winter here. So travelers can have an extra pleasure. Also the has a heritage of mongoloid tribal community known as Rakhaine. There are also an old Buddhist temple which is now a sacred place to the Hindu and old Buddhist community. The Kuakata beach is a wonderful tourist spot to visit.

                                    The sun rising in kuakata

                                  the Buddhist temple of kuakata
                                    the sun set in kuakata
                            fisherman boats in kuakata sea beach

The Sundarbans-the largest continuous blackofmangrove forest in the world -covers in area of of land and water. It is a part of world’s largest delta, which has been formed form sediments deposited by the great rivers Ganges and Bhamhaputra that converge on to the Bengal basin. The western part of the forest lies India and the rest [about 60%] in Bangladesh . River channels and tidal creeks, varying, in width from just a few meters to five kilometers in some places All parts of the Sundarbans forest are subject tidal inundation during spring tides. The Bangladesh part of the forest is dominated by a high mangrove forest cover. The climate is mainly tropical maritime with lots of rain, most of which falls during the monsoon. The monsoon season [May-October] is hot and humid, while winter [October-Feb] is mild and dry. During January temperature can fall as low as 4 deg c.
The entire National Park area is covered by mangrove forest. There are small patches of brackish marshes on emerging islands and riverbanks, and sandy areas with grass and low shrubs on some of the outer islands. The two dominant mangroves are Sundori and Gewa.
Sundarbans is home to many different species of birds, mammals, and insects, reptiles and fishes. Over 120 species of fish and over 270 species of birds have been recorded in the Sundarbans.The gangetic River Dolphin is common in the rivers, and no less than 50 species of reptiles and eight species of amphibians are known to occur. The Sundarbans now support the only population of the Estuarine or salt -water Crocodile in
Bangladesh , and the population is around two hundred individuals. About 32 species of mammal are still found in this forest. Among these are Rhesus Macaques, Clawless, Otters, and Leopard Cats, Fishing Cats and Spotted Deer. The entire Sundarbans Forest
comprises the largest remaining tract of habitat for the Royal Bengal Tiger 

                                                          a deer of sundarbon