Farewell to a chaotic country that has always greeted me with "Peace be upon you".
One week, one shrine, many legends, and a couple of endangered turtles.
In Bengali culture, hospitality and food are the defining elements. In Bangladesh, life without chotpoti or fushka is almost unimaginable...
The living meet the dead, and the spirit(s) of the past lives on in places where time appears to stand still...
Fahai: "How very strange! Suddenly all the trees and plants on the mountain have turned white, and on such a hot day! Is this really snow in August?"
The seasons are shifting!
Famous for tea, and a diaspora who headed to London's East End (Brick Lane), Sylhet division is perhaps the most picturesque in Bangladesh.
学习汉语在孟加拉国可以吗? With English translation!
Learning the language which this nation defines itself by, and fought for.
Bangladesh isn't known for being a literary hub (Tagore aside). Luckily though, whilst I'm here I do have access to a range of books, especially those written by/about non-western people. This post will be updated as I read more!