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Rural life in Bangladesh

Mohammad Afsaruddin

Rural life in Bangladesh

a study of five selected villages

by Mohammad Afsaruddin

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Published by Nawroze Kitabistan in Dacca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh
    • Subjects:
    • Bangladesh -- Rural conditions,
    • Bangladesh -- Social life and customs

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMohammad Afsaruddin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN690.6.A8 A39 1979
      The Physical Object
      Pagination114 p., [4] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages114
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4245312M
      LC Control Number80901612

      “The sociology of rural life is a study of rural population, rural social organization and the rural social processes operative in rural society.” —F. S. Chapin “Such sociological facts and principles as are derived from the study of rural social relationships may be referred to as rural sociology.” —T. L. Smith.   My time in Bangladesh was interesting I enjoyed the experience I went there after 10 years the weather was great food was fresh the people .

      Founded in as Jahangir Nagar, Old Dhaka is a term used to refer to the historic old city of Dhaka. Located on the banks of the Buringanga River, this city was once the centre of the world’s muslin trade. Old Dhaka is famous for its variety of food and culture, with many religions living in harmony celebrating festivals such as Eid-ul-Fitr, Muharram, and the Hindu festivals of Durga Puja.   Grass, grasshoppers, birds, rivers, ponds are the part of life. On the other hand, traffic jam, air pollution, road accident, polluted smoke emerged from vehicles, mills and factories, congested roads, loud sound from vehicle horn are the daily part of rural life. People can enjoy fresh air in the village but it is rare in the urban or rural areas.

        Myanmar is a small country north of Thailand which encompases many differnt landscapes, from rice fields, to mountains, it is also known as Burma. It is known for its large rice production and. The novel is basically an ode to the rural life of a particular area but Bora also sings its elegy as Panghat gradually becomes a town and we see the disappearance of community life. The novel follows a conventional narrative and Bora has exhibited his tremendous command over the resources of Assamese language which become evident through his.


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