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Terracotta plaque from Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

An ethnic home in Sajek, in Khagrachari, one of the hill districts under Chittagong division of Bangladesh. June 6, 2009. The ethnic people living in the area depend on Jhum cultivation for food crops.

An aerial view of Sajek, in Khagrachari, one of the hill districts under Chittagong division of Bangladesh. June 6, 2009. The ethnic people living in the area depend on Jhum cultivation for food crops.

Terracotta decoration on the walls of Kantanagar Temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. July 22, 2009. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramnath, in 1752 AD.

The eighteenth century Kantanagar Temple, about 12 miles north of Dinajpur town, has gained eminence for its fabulous terracotta embellishment. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramna

The eighteenth century Kantanagar Temple, about 12 miles north of Dinajpur town, has gained eminence for its fabulous terracotta embellishment. Maharaja Prannath of Dinajpur began its construction about 1722 AD and it was completed by his adopted son Maharaja Ramna

An aerial view of the agricultural lands, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. July 29, 2008.

An aerial view of the islands of Maldives in the Indian Ocean. July 28, 2009. With an average ground level of 1.5 metres above sea level, it is the planet's lowest country. Tourism accounts for 28% of GDP and more than 60% of the foreign exchange receipts.

An aerial view of the islands of Maldives in the Indian Ocean. July 28, 2009. With an average ground level of 1.5 metres above sea level, it is the planet's lowest country. Tourism accounts for 28% of GDP and more than 60% of the foreign exchange receipts.

A dead turtle washed up on the beach at Alorkol in Dublarchar village after Cyclone Sidr left a path of destruction when it hit on Nov 15. The forest office has no estimation of the loss of livestock, but villagers said thousands of deer has perished. The turtle is

Bangladesh observes Martyred Intellectuals Day on December 14, in memory of those Bengali intellectuals and professionals killed by Pakistani forces during the Liberation War in 1971. The country's political, cultural and civil-society organisations pay their respe

Bangladeshis visit the National Memorial in Savar on Victory Day, marking the country's victory over Pakistani forces and the end of the 1971 Liberation War. This year, calls for the trial of war criminals are gaining momentum. Dhaka, Bangladesh. December, 16 2007.