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Farmers carrying bundles of jute plants on their head. Singair, Manikganj, Bangladesh. July 31, 2009. Jute, also known as the golden fiber of Bangladesh, plays an important role in the national economy. Eighty percent of the world's high quality jute grows in Bangladesh. Jute is used in making cloth, shawl, ropes, carpet backing cloth, gunny bags and many other useful things. Jute bags are very suitable for packing of food grains.

A farmer with sickles on his way to harvest paddy, in a village, in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. January 1, 2005.

A traditional rake, on the floor of a rice mill, in Sylhet, Bangladesh. June 12, 2009.

Women collecting paddy seedlings, at a village, in Sylhet, Bangladesh. May 12, 2006.

Men catching fish in a canal, at a village, in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. June 26, 2009.

A woman picks tea leaves in a garden, in Sylhet, Bangladesh. May 22, 2002.

A girl returns from fishing in the wetlands in a village. Bangladesh. May 22, 2002.

A worker of tea garden feeding her child in break time. Sylhet, Bangladesh. May 22, 2002.

A rural girl on her way to the bazaar. Bangladesh. May 22, 2002.

A ship breaking area in Sitakunda, Chittagong, Baangladesh. May 22, 2002.