Bhairab can be a good escape from the busy life of Dhaka. Catch the train and go through the green barren lands in a two hour journey.
I hope you enjoy these photos and the flavor,these are taken during my travels outside of Dhaka.
Couple of day laborers on their way,one seemingly quite amused that his picture is being taken and the other one smoking away the burden of his age.If you are short of inspirations,they are the ones to follow.
Patakur,Gazipur. I was stuck waiting long for an unoccupied rickshaw to come.Have to be thankful though,i would not be there to take this shot if one had come.Very interesting procedure to fish i must say,cause i hardly have a clue how that guy could see fishes through muddy water and managed to get at least […]
A fisherman repairing his fishing net by the river while listening to folk songs on the radio.He gave us a short ride afterward to the other bank,and refused to take any money in exchange.
Meet Rupali Shagorkonna – her name translates somewhere close to the term ‘Silvery Seagirl’. Her real name is unknown.Unlike the alias suggests, Rupali Shagorkonna does not live by any sea,rather she lives by the great river Meghna.She moved there not so long ago,built her a hut and wrote her newly taken alias above the only […]
No matter which part of Bangladesh you go,a streetside eatery with a swift handed,skilled cook preparing breads and snacks at one side of the entrance will not fail to grab your attention. A rough estimation,there are more than half a million such eateries in Bangladesh featuring almost identical infrastructure and interior.Foods available in such an […]