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A parrot on Palash Flowers (Butea Monosperma), during spring. Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 12, 2009.

The Husaini Dalan a Shiite shrine in Old Dhaka, was erected by one Sayyid Murad during the governorship of Shsh Shuja, in the 17th century during the Mughal era. The East India Company repaired it in 1807 and 1810, and a portion of the building was reconstructed a

A terracotta image depicts the killing of students by Pakistani soldiers during Language Movement of 1952, on the memorial monument titled “Moder Gorob” (Our pride), in front of Bangla Academy building, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 5, 2009.

Decoration on the walls of Tara Masjid (Star Mosque) in Old Dhaka. It was built in the first half of the 19th century by one Mirza Golam Pir. Dhaka, Bangladesh. July 17, 2009.

Terracotta image of a mother with her child and children reading books on the memorial monument titled “Moder Gorob” (Our pride), in front of Bangla Academy building, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 5, 2009.

The interior of Tara Masjid (Star Mosque) an excuisite instance of Muslim architecture in Old Dhaka. It was built in the first half of the 19th century by one Mirza Golam Pir. Dhaka, Bangladesh. July 17, 2009.

Pods of bean grown at a vegetable plot, in the village of Ruhitpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh. January 5, 2009.

A girl talks over a mobile phone in the mustard fields. Dohar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. January 5, 2009.

Nipa Palm, or Golpata, (Nipa fruticans) grows in abundance by the side of almost all the canals in Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 26, 2009. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is known for its wide range of fauna,

Fishing boats on the Poshur River at Mongla, the entrance point of the Sundarbans. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest littoral mangrove forest in the world. The area is known for its wide range of fauna, including 260 bird species, the Royal Bengal tig

Honey collectors or Mawalis on the way to Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 28, 2009. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is known for its wide range of fauna, including 260 bird species, the Royal Bengal tiger and o

Nipa Palm, or Golpata, (Nipa fruticans) grows in abundance by the side of almost all the canals in Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. Khulna, Bangladesh. March 26, 2009. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area is known for its wide range of fauna,