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Young Santal girls pluck tea leaves from a garden in Srimangal, Bangladesh. Tea is a major industry in Bangladesh and grows in the low hills of Chittagong and Sylhet. There are about 158 tea gardens with a total of 47,938 hectares under tea cultivation with yearly

The Tajhat palace in the northern district town of Rangpur was abandoned and decayed rapidly, after the end of the British Raj. The palace served as the district courthouse of Rangpur in the 1980s and in 2004 was restored largely and turned into a museum. Rangpur,

Children along with adults catch fishes in the wetlands of a village in Narshingdi, Bangladesh. November 4, 2006.

Iron hooks pierced through the back of a Hindu devotee as he prepares to swing hanging from a bamboo pole during Charak Puja in Sylhet, Bangladesh. April 14, 2010.

Jute stalks piled across a field after harvesting. Bangladesh. August 1, 2008.

A Hindu devotee swings hanging from a bamboo pole during Charak Puja in Sylhet, Bangladesh. April 14, 2010.

A Hindu devotee perform the rituals of Charak Puja in Sylhet, Bangladesh. April 14, 2010.

A child sits on a plastic toy during the Charak Puja festival in Gopalganj, Bangladesh. April 15, 2010.

A devotee takes facial paints to perform on a scene from the myth of Kali the Hindu Goddess of time, during the Charak festival in Sylhet. Bangladesh. April 14, 2010.

Colourful seasonal leaves of a tree at Ramna Park in Dhaka, during winter. Dhaka, Bangladesh. March 4, 2011.

A Hindu devotee performs a scene from the myth of Kali the Hindu Goddess of time, during the Charak festival in Sylhet, Bangladesh. April 14, 2010.

A devotee takes facial paints to perform on a scene from the myth of Kali the Hindu Goddess of time, during the Charak festival in Sylhet. Bangladesh. April 14, 2010.