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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Journey Sylhet

Sylhet has also a very interesting and rich history. Sylhet, the tea granary of Bangladesh, not only has over 150 tea gardens but also proudly possesses three largest tea gardens in the world in respect of dimension and production.

Sylhet /sɪlhət/ (Bengali: সিলেট, ছিলট; historically Srihatta; also Jalalabad) is a major city that lies on the banks of Surma River in north-east Bangladesh. The city has a population of over 500,000 people. It is surrounded by tea estates, sub-tropical hills, rain forests and river valleys; the region is one of the leading tourist destinations in the country.
Sylhet is a prominent Islamic spiritual centre and home to numerous Sufi shrines. It hosts the 14th century mausoleums of Shah Jalal and Shah Farhan. The Sylhet municipality was constituted during the British Raj in 1867. It was part of the Bengal Presidency and the Assam Province. Upon a referendum, it became part of East Bengal in the Pakistani Dominion after the Partition of British India in 1947. Sylhet became a focal point for Bengali revolutionaries during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. It was the hometown of General M A G Osmani, the Commander-in-Chief of Bangladesh Forces.
The Sylhet Division produces most of Bangladesh’s tea yield and natural gas.It is also known for its cane, citrus, timber and agarwood.Sylhet is a major recipient of remittances from the Bangladeshi diaspora, particularly from the United Kingdom. The city is served by the Osmani International Airport. It is connected to the Port of Chittagong by the N2 and the Bangladesh Railway. The Bangladesh-India border in Tamabil is located to the north of the city. Sylhet is also home to the Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.
Ancient Period:
Sylhet was an expanded commercial center from the ancient period, which explains its original namesake. During this time, Sylhet was inhabited by local tribes though ethnically the population would also have traces of Assamese, Arabs, Persians and Turks.[9] It has also been suggested that the capital cities of the ancient kingdoms of Harikela, Gaur, Srihatta and port city of Kamarupa were situated in modern Sylhet.
In the ancient and early medieval period, Sylhet was ruled primarily by local chieftains as viceroy of the kings of Pragjyotishpur.There is evidence to suggest that the Maharaja Sri Chandra, of northern Bengal, conquered Bengal in the 10th century, although this is a much disputed topic amongst Bangladeshi historians and archaeologists. This was a period of relative prosperity and there is little evidence to suggest this was marred by wars or feuds. Sylhet was certainly known by the rest of India, and is even referred to in the ancient Nath sacred Tantric text, the Shakti Sangama Tantra, as ‘Silhatta’.[citation needed] The last chieftain to reign in Sylhet was Govinda of Gaur.Sylhet was previously a kingdom of Nath Shampraday, controlled by the rajas. Nath kingdoms of ancient Sylhet declined and tribal people of mongoloid origin established their chiefdoms in most parts of Sylhet. One of such chieftains was Gobindo of Gaur, commonly known as Gor Gobindo, who was defeated in 1303 by Hazrat Shah Jala Yamani and his 360 Sufi disciples.
Classic Period:
Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal
The 14th century marked the beginning of Islamic influence in Sylhet, with the arrivals of Sufi disciples to the region.In 1301, Sylhet was conquered by Shamsu’d-Din Firuz, a Bengali enterprising governor. Sikander Shah rallied his army against Raja Gaur Gobind, because the Raja ordered a man to be killed for sacrificing a cow for his son. But Sikander Shah was defeated by the Raja.A messianic Muslim saint, Shah Jalal, arrived in Sylhet in 1303 from Mecca via Delhi and Dhaka with the instructions for aiding Sikhander Khan Ghazi in defeating Govinda of Gaur.Ghazi was the direct nephew of Sultan Firoz Shah of Delhi. Under the spiritual leadership of Shah Jalal and his 360 companions, many people converted to Islam and began spreading the religion to other parts of the country. Shah Jalal died in Sylhet in or around the year 1350. His shrine is located in the north of the city, inside the perimeter of the mosque complex known as Dargah-e-Shah Jalal.Even today Shah Jalal remains revered and visitors arrive from all over Bangladesh and beyond to pay homage.Saints such as Shah Jalal Shah Farhan and Shah Kamal Quhafa were responsible for the conversion of most of the populace from the native religion of Hinduism or Buddhism to Islam. Shortly thereafter, Sylhet became a center of Islam in Bengal. In the official documents and historical papers, Sylhet was often referred to as Jalalabad during the era of the Muslim rule.
Sylhet continues to have the largest concentration of the Hindu believers with a number of important shrines. It is the ancestral home of 16th century Krishna Chaitanya in what is now Golapganj upazilla of the district. Besides, Sylhet has two of the seven places in Bangladesh where Sati’s body parts are believed to have fallen on Earth from a total of fifty-one. Sati is another form of Goddess Durga. The locations of these fallen body parts are Jainpur village, near Gotatikar in south Surma and Kalajore Baurbhag village in Jaintia upazilla. The associated mandirs attract thousands of visitors from across Bangladesh and abroad. Some of these mandirs, upgraded with public and private partnerships, also have limited accommodations for out of area visitors.
Colonial Period:
British rule in the Indian subcontinent began in the 18th century. During the period the British East India Company employed Indian lascars which included Sylhetis.In the late 18th century, the British East India Company became interested in Sylhet and saw it as an area of strategic importance in the war against Burma. Sylhet was gradually absorbed into British control and administration and was governed as a part of Bengal. In 1778, the East India Company appointed Robert Lindsay[disambiguation needed] of Sylhet, who started trading and governing the region, making fortune. He was disregarded by the local Sylhetis and other Muslims.[citation needed] In 1781, a devastating flood struck the region which wiped out crops and killing a third of the population. The locals blamed the British for not preventing the greatness of the event, which led to an uprising, led by Syed Hadi and Syed Mahdi (known as the Pirzada). Lindsay’s army was defiant and defeated the Piraza in battle in Sylhet.[citation needed] The numbers of lascars grew during the wars, some ending up on the docks of London and Liverpool temporary, other however established themselves in the communities and married English women. In the next few years during the World War II, many fought in the war and some were serving in ships in poor conditions, which led to many escaping and settling in London, opening Indian curry cafes and restaurants.
After the British administrative reorganisation of India, Sylhet was eventually incorporated into Assam. Eastern Bengal and Assam was a single province after the 1905 Partition of Bengal (from 1905 to 1911). In 1947, following a referendum, almost all of erstwhile district of Sylhet became a part of the new Pakistani province of East Bengal, barring the Karimganj sub-division which was incorporated into the Indian state of Assam.The referendum was held on 6 July 1947, 239,619 people voted to join Pakistan and 184,041 voted to remain part of India.The referendum was acknowledged by Article 3 of the India Independence Act of 18 July 1947.In 1971, Sylhet became part of the newly formed independent country of Bangladesh.
Business and commerce:
There are large shopping malls in the city, cosmetics and confectionery is mainly available in Bondor Bazar, handicrafts and textiles stores can be found in Zinda Bazar,these include the Al-Hamra Shopping City, Bluewater, Sylhet Millenium, Sylhet Plaza, Shukria Market and many others.These malls sell many items in particular from a wide range of sarees. Majority of these shoppers are from the middle-class and visiting expatriates.
Restaurants:
Restaurants from different types of cuisines are available, such as the Agra Restaurant, Chinese and Thai food is also sold in Hamadan Restaurant or Royal Chef.The cuisine in Sylhet is quite similar to that shared across the country which is rice with chicken or meat curry, it does however have different staples of fish such as the Pabda fish, and the citrus fruit known as shatkora is used for flavour in curries, which is grown primarily in the Sylhet region.
Expatriate:
Thousands of Bangladeshi expatriates have origins in Sylhet. The largest numbers of people from Sylhet living abroad is in the United Kingdom, with a population of about 300,000 (95% of the Bangladeshi population). Over 150,000 people are Bangladeshi-born, who have migrated to the UK.They are highly concentrated in the boroughs of east London, having established themselves within the communities, notably in the vicinity of Brick Lane which has been dubbed as Banglatown.Sylheti expatriates are known as “Londoni” in Sylhet. Many have also immigrated to the United States—they are mainly spread out across the country, but have a large concentration in New York City and Hamtramck, Michigan.Tens of thousands of Sylhetis are also working as guest workers in the Middle Eastern Gulf states.
Sylhet has a “Friendship Link” with the city of St Albans in the United Kingdom. The link was established in 1988 when the District council supported a housing project in Sylhet as part of the International Year of Shelter for the Homeless.[citation needed] Sylhet was chosen because it is the area of origin for the largest ethnic minority group in St Albans.In July 1996, the mayor of Sylhet, Badar Uddin Ahmed Kamran, signed the Twinning accord between Sylhet and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets (home to around 40,000 Sylhetis at the time), with the mayor of Tower Hamlets late Albert Jacobs in London.In March 2009, the Mayor of Sylhet, Badar Uddin Ahmed Kamran, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to form another Friendship Link between Sylhet and the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale (home to around 8,000 Sylhetis at present), with the Mayor of Rochdale Cllr Keith Swift at the Sylhet City Corporation.
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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Travel to Birishiri, Netrokona

A attractive and historical  tourist spot  Birishiri, Netrokona in Bangladesh.


Located around 200 km north of the city of Dhaka, close to the border between Bangladesh and India, Birishiri in the Netrokona District is gaining favor with travelers who appreciate natural beauty and enjoy visiting places off the beaten track. With the spectacular Durgapur ceramic hills as a backdrop, the Shomeshwari River is the centerpiece of the area's scenic surroundings.

The color of the river's water changes as the level rises and falls through the seasons and it is always a delight to see. In the drier months, the river can be crossed on foot, while in the rainy season it swells in size, but is still relatively slow-flowing and boats are available as transportation to cross the river.

In addition to the natural beauty of Birishiri, visitors will find the rich cultural diversity fascinating. Ethnic groups found in the Netrokona District, of which Birishiri is a part, include the Banai tribe who speak their own dialect called Banai, and are followers of the Hindu religion. 
Also in the area are members of the Buna tribe who speak Bangla and practice Hinduism; the Garo tribe who speak Achik or Garo and follow the Christian religion; and the Hajong tribe who speak Hajong and practice Hinduism. There is an ethnic museum at Birishiri which offers insight into the history, traditions, languages and culture of the various tribes in the area.






Visitors to Birishiri can travel by bus from Dhaka, taking note that the last 30 km of the journey is likely to be a bumpy ride as the road is rough. In the town rickshaw drivers are available to take visitors to all the best spots to visit and most travelers make use of this option, as the majority of rickshaw pullers are knowledgeable about the area, and it provides income for the locals.

Places to visit include the palace of the Susang king, the Dasha Busha temple, Ramakrishna temple near Kula Para and Loknath Baba temple. The Orange forest and Spice Garden with its cinnamon and bay leaf trees provide a feast for the senses and a walk along the sandy banks of the Shomeshwari River is sure to be a relaxing, yet rejuvenating, experience.

  Birishiri - A unknown Tourist Spot
Dhaka to Durgapur

    Durgapur is in Netrokona district.
    From Mohakhali bus is available.
    Main point of Durgapur is Biri Shiri
    Bus will go up to Jan Jail
    Need to cross a river is called Someshwari (Place name is Suna Kuri ¼ Km from Jan Jail).
    There is a another river called Kangsa ( old Someswari)
    Bus will not cross Someswari, There are some boat to cross the river.
    After that one can use Rikshaw or Tempo to go Biri Siri.
    There is a YMCA, anyone can stay there.


In way to Birishiri, Durgapur Netrokona, Bangladesh.

    Someswari River with its sand land escape with fresh water
    Kangsa River
    Hills of Indian Mayghalays
    King's palace of Susang King
    There is a hill of China Mati 6km far from Durgapur Bazar near Vabanipur and Bijpypur.
    Chital fish of Someswari and Kangsa is very famous.
    There is a miner of comrade Monir Sing near Durgapur High School.
    Dasha Busha Mondir is there
    Orange forest is there
    Gajarie forest is there
    Derchini tespata tree are also there
    There are temple nere Kula Para of RamKrisna and Loknath Baba
    In hill area can see Hazong tribal

Friday, December 12, 2014

Lifestyle Bangladeshi kutir shilpo (cottage product) is famous for world


Bangladeshi kutir shilpo (cottage product) is famous for world.Increased demand for agricultural and (kutir shilpo) cottage industry products on the international market.
 Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries of yore in their own section of the flow. The small and cottage industries and raw materials, sources, demand and market varies from region to region. Small and Cottage industries include weaving, handicrafts, ceramics, bamboo and cane industry, the oyster industry, jute industry, food and goods khadyajata etc.
lifestye Bangladeshi kutir shilpo
Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Associations or short pharmaceutical (BSCIC = Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industry Corporation) aims at the development of small and cottage industries in Bangladesh. It was established in 1957 to Ordinance parliamentary law. 


Cottage Industry  refers to the traditional artisanship of rural people of Bangladesh, who produce various household items with locally available raw materials and artistic skills inherited through ages. For their own use and for livelihood, they make those artistic products by hand depicting the design and motif of the nature of Bangladesh and its people, birds and animals, foliages, plants and trees, rivers, streams and sky. Cottage industry is called a synonym of handicrafts, artistic work in wood and metal, amateur artworks and rural artistry. At present the cottage industry has expanded to urban area.




Bangladesh kutir shilpo


Bangladeshi cottage product

According to Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC), Cottage industry is a small-scale industrial unit run by the members of the same family either on full or part time basis. Its maximum number of workers should be limited within 20; it uses indigenous technology and is not run by power. If it uses power-run machinery, the maximum number of workers should be ten. The national board of revenue (NBR) considers the cottage industry as an industrial unit run by a maximum of 50 workers using local skills without adopting power-run mechanical equipment.

Lifestyle kutir shilpo

The agriculture Census Report of 1983-84 defined the cottage industry as a household level manufacturing unit that produces goods manually. It has been mentioned in the Industrial Policy-2010 that the net asset of a unit of cottage industry without the land and the factory should be less than five hundred thousand taka and its maximum workforce should be ten and they would preferably be family members.

lifestyle Bangladeshi kutir shilpo


The history of cottage industry is very old. Moroccan traveller ibn batuta (1304-1377) in his travelogue mentioned the world famous product of muslin produced in Bengal which earned appreciation from all over the world for its extraordinary quality. In pre-British Bengal, the cotton industry was organised under the pure handcraft or the domestic system of production. During the Mughal rule in Bengal, Cottage industry used to be patronised by the government. Initially the European merchants and companies, from Britain and Holland, and the east india company, financed the weaver and artisans, and other handicraft makers for producing goods of export quality. Later, the employees of East India Company imposed a series of repressive steps on weavers, artisans and other craftsmen engaged in cottage industries. As a result the export of textile and handloom products reduced significantly. For instance, export earning from fabric, which was 13 million rupees in 1815 declined to one million rupees in 1832 and became nil in the following year. Contrastly, import of foreign made fabric, basically industrial product began in 1832. Only in that year, the East India Company compelled the domestic consumers to buy fabric worth 4 million rupees imported from England. The partition of 1947 caused further damages to the cottage industry in Bangladesh as many Hindu artisans and craftsmen left the country. So a vacuum was created in the trading of cottage industry during the initial stage of Pakistan era. There was no big capital investment in this sector in those days, although there were about 1600 highly skilled professional artisans and four hundred thousand weavers in the then East Pakistan. Handloom and textile products of those people could fulfill the demand of fabric in the local market till 1954, when the united front government took an initiative to revive the small and cottage industries. The East Pakistan Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (EPSIC) were established in 1957 by an Act to this end. During the war of liberation, the entire industrial sector including the cottage industries of Bangladesh was severely damaged. The government of Bangladesh took initiatives to rehabilitate and reorganise the cottage industries as an important sector for enhancing employment opportunities. EPSIC was reorganised and renamed as bangladesh small and cottage industries corporation (BSCIC). BSCIC stared providing financial and technical support and consultancy services to the artisans, craftsmen and entrepreneurs for promoting the traditional techniques beside modern technology. According to a survey conducted by BSCIC in 1981 there were 322 thousand cottage industry units in Bangladesh engaged in producing 160 different types of items.
Bangladesh kutir shilpo (cool mat)
According to a survey conducted in 2005, there were 7 lakh units of industries in Bangladesh of which large-scale industries were 6000, medium scale 5000, small industries 76, 000 and cottage industries 6 lakh 20 thousand. Earlier, during the fiscal year 1999-2000, 4085 new industrial units including 3240 cottage industries were registered. The total amount of investment in cottage industry in the year was 508 million taka and the sector provided job opportunity to 40 thousand artisans and craftsmen.
Classification of cottage industries  According to the international standard of classification of industries, the cottage industries are catagorised into eight groups. These are: (1) Food, drinks, tobacco processing industries: milk products, fruit processing and canning, fish processing and canning, ginger drying, pulse grinding mills, flour mills, rice mills, oil mills, spice grinding factories, bakery, molasses making, fodder and poultry feeds, ice factory, salt plant, catechu making, sweet meat making, honey processing, bidi factory, apiculture, fish farming, poultry farming, flattened and puffed rice making; (2) Textile and leather factories: cotton yarn spinning, sericulture and making of silk products, handloom, cloth printing, zamdani weaving, stitching and embroidery, hosiery, socks and woolen goods making, coconut-coir products, jute yarn and rope making, netting, fishing net making, garments factory, leather processing, leather product making, batik printing, shataranji weaving and carpet making; (3) Timber and wooden furniture industries: boat making, wooden toy and furniture making, cane and bamboo goods and furniture making, sports goods production, musical instruments and hookah making, mat preparing, wood curving, wooden agricultural equipment like plough, house decorating materials and timber by-products making; (4) Printing, packaging and paper industries: recycling of old and wastage papers and making goods therefrom, printing press, book binding, paper based handicrafts, paper bags, paper-made flowers making etc; (5) Chemical and petroleum group of cottage industries:  allopathic, unani and ayurvedic medicine preparation, printing ink and dying industries, paints and polish items, auger and candles, cosmetics, soap factories, shoe-shiners, combs and buttons, pottery and glass factories, chalk making, slate and pencil, plastic toys and bags etc; (6) Non-metallic industries: limestone and snail-based lime, chalk powder and colour chalk, shell crafts including buttons and bracelets; (7) Metallic products machinery and equipment: steel furniture, electroplating, metallic nets, metal plate making and printing, nails, brass and bell-metal utensils, steel tanks, hair clips, machinery and agricultural equipment, electrical goods, jewelry products, light engineering and blacksmiths production and (8) Handicraft products and other cottage industriy.
Pottery  According to a survey conducted by BSCIC, published in a book titled Karupalli in 1985, there were 666 pottery villages in Bangladesh, where about 76 thousand people belong to 18 thousand families had to earn their livelihood from this traditional occupation. The total capital investment in the sector was 106 million taka and goods worth 367.4 million taka was produced during that period. Pottery is a family and community based collective work localised on the basis of availability of row materials. Most of the artisans engaged in this industry hereditarily and most of them belonged to the Hindu community.

Bangladeshi kutir shilpo



Pottery

Known as kumbhokar (potter or clay-modeller), the title of this caste is pala and they make dolls, statues of gods and goddess, household goods, sculpture, tally, flower vases, pots for offering worship, fancy kitchen pots made of clay. Bijaypur of Comilla, Madanpura of Patuakhali, Champaknagar of Feni, Kartikpur of Shariatpur and Royerbazar in Dhaka are the most remarkable and leading pottery localities.
Bambao and cane industries  The survey of BSCIC (1985) suggested that 122 thousand artisans were engaged in the country’s 42 thousand bamboo and cane crafts making units. At that time raw materials worth 224 million taka were used per year to produce items worth 500 million taka. Major items of this category are cane products, partition, mat, fishing trap, hand fan, sofa set, table-mat, wall-mat, tray, flower vase, ash tray etc and they are mainly produced in Comilla, Sylhet, Chittagong and Noakhali.

cottage product of Bangladesh


Cane furnitures

Jute goods  Sika, a netted product of twisted jute ropes of various indigenous designs and motifs, table mat, shataranji and carpet, fancy handbag and bag of jute are produced in four thousand cottage industries by about eleven thousand craftsmen. Items worth 30.4 million taka were produced per year with the annual investment of 20 million taka.
Textile and Weaving factories  In 1978, about one million weavers, artisans and workers were engaged in 437 thousand handlooms and pure looms of 198 thousand weaving and textile factories of Bangladesh. The average annual production capacity of these looms was 1045 million yards of indigenous clothing like sharee, lungi, dhuti, muslin, jamdani, katan, malmal and traditional handloom products of different tribes, gamcha, mosquito nets and towels.


lifestyle cottage product of Bangladesh



Textile products

Narshingdi, Roypura, Demra, Tangail, Shahjadpur, Bera, Kumarkhali, Magura, Rajshahi, Khadimnagar, Mirgarh and Nasirnagar are very famous places of origin of these products. Fashion and boutique houses are designing and making modern dress from traditional cloths of tribal weavers, muslin, jamdani, malmal taroyo sharee, sharees of Pabna and Tangail origin, Silk and Khadi lengths.
Embroidered Quilts  The most famous stitch work of Bangladesh is embroidered quilts, known as Nakshi-Kantha.

Bangladeshi kutir shilpo


Embroidered Quilt

Thirteen different types of high quality Nakshi-Kantha are stitched everywhere in Bangladesh, but those of Rajshahi, Nawabganj, Rangpur, Faridpur and Kushtia are very special in terms of traditional and exclusive design. According to BSCIC, 1500 cottage industries run commercially as promoters of stitch work have 3000 high-class artisans with a production capacity of goods worth 161 million taka per year.
Cool Mat  A special type of mat made by bark of a tree named morta. The mat, very soothing and cool to lie upon, is a traditional craft of Rajnagar, Balagonj, Baralekha and Mollarbazar area of Sylhet, Sonagazi and Raipur of Noakhali, Swarupkathi and Neelgati of Barisal and Shatech of Faridpur. Different designs and motifs of birds, animals and foliage from the nature and environment are portrayed by the artisans beautifully on the mat with red, blue, green, black and violet colours. About 15 thousand artisans produce cool mats of 50 million taka per year. Earlier in this country cool mats were made by silver and ivory.
Bangladeshi kutir shilpo

lifestyle Bangladesh cottage product


Cool Mat

Ornaments  Ornament-making is one of the most fine and remarkable cottage based artisanship belonging to the mainstream anthropological art of Bangladesh. Womenfolk of the country love to increase their physical beauty by wearing fashionable ornaments in various parts of the body. Ornament makers are known as shwarnakar or goldsmith belonging to a particular caste of the Hindu. They had developed designs and motifs of foliage, fruits, flowers, birds, animals and stars mainly being inspired by the nature to make ornaments from generation to generation. According to BSCIC, there are 12,250 ornament-making units and 27 thousand professional goldsmiths in Bangladesh. Gold and silver ornaments of different variety to decorate the forehead and at the parting of the hair (sithi), ear, nose, neck, hand, waist and foot are made in Bangladesh. The leading ornament-making units are concentrated in Dhaka, Chittagong, Comilla, Sylhet and Faridpur region. The capital invested in this sector is estimated by BSCIC as 130 milion taka.
Brass and bell-metal  Cottage industries producing brass and bell-metal utensils are very much involved with the culture and tradition of Bangladesh. Dhamrai and Savar of Dhaka, Nawabgonj, Islampur of Jamalpur, Rangpur, Tangail and Shariatpur are famous for the concentration of such family-based workshops. There are 390 brass and bell-metal production units and about two thousand highly skilled brass and bell craftsmen are in Bangladesh. They make brass and bell-metal goods of 333.7 million taka per year.

Bangladeshi kutir shilpo


Bancladeshi kutir shilpo

Brass and bell-metal utensil

Beside BSCIC, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Department of Youth Development, Ministries of Women and Social Welfare, various Non-Government Organisations ngos extend financial, technical and marketing support to the artisans and craftsmen for the promotion of cottage industry. The government established a specialised bank named basic bank limited in 1989 to support this sector.

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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Fashion lifestyle jamdani for world

Fashion lifestyle Bangladesh's jamdani sharee famous for world.

 Jamdani Sharees are the standard Bangladeshi dresses and considered as the most staple outfits for Bangladeshi women. A perfectly draped sari around a woman's body accentuates her curves, but can also be far higher than a fashion and lifestyle statement.The draping style and sari designs represent the interest and lifestyle of this woman.

Jamdanis the Persian word. Holder and vase of flowers is the apple . The flowers are arranged in a flower vase that can be called danite . One such means is the beautiful gold Jamdanis .

Fine cotton fabric with cotton trim vinyl Jamdanis . Pracinakanera fine muslin cloth known as successor Jamdanis Diamonds Latin women too . Jamdanis muslin fabrics are made on the design . Sarikei Jamdanis ordinarily understood . Wanted by the Jamdanis veil , kurta , turban , napkins , curtains , etc. were made ​​. Seraoyanira nakasaoyala was introduced in 1700 with Jamdanis century .
Fashion lifestyle jamdani
Glow still unique taste of the glory of the past Bengal Jamdani muslin. Jamdani sari fabric of the methods and matipha significance. Jamdani Saree artistry or design is handled separately jyakarda needles or not. Basam or knitting with yarn is colored with small salara.

 History , is evident from the verse as dukula clothing made ​​from linen and clothes were Jamdanis masaline design . Districts of Bangladesh, Dhaka Muslin was developed primarily to the extreme . Sonargaon Dhaka district , Dhamrai , titabari , Bajitpur , jangalabari as the area was famous for muslin . European , Iranian , Armenian , Mughals , etc. banikera linen and Jamdanis business connected with the message . Contributed in the development of this industry in the states of the former .Mughal deed made ​​in Dacca muslin is called the Golden Age . At the time of the country - abroad muslin, silperao extensive improvements to increasing demand Jamdanis
 


 

Various events are still in demand Jamdanis. Esteem and a huge demand in the market due to the current Jamdanis motor is new for this industry.


 One important part of art history and traditions Jamdanis. This industry covers boast. Industry insider that has spread to the richness of our traditions, have become its holder the exclusive Jamdanis weaving popularity today. Once the muslin complementary traditions of our fashion gerechila Jamdanis settle. Increasing the efficiency of Bengal tamtidera his love became strong traditions and elegance of the dress as well.


Ninth- century Arab bhugolabida linen and Jamdanis Solomon grades specified texts. His travels in the 14th century by the renowned tourist Ibn Batutah s profile sonaragamoyera textile linen and Jamdanis spoke in praise . Mughal period muslin and Jamdanis industry is attained absolute perfection . At that time, many different designs and Jamdanis Delhi muslin , Murshidabad caradame lakhanau and was sold . Muslin cloth was so fine that the ring could drag through the whole of a muslin petticoat . Jamdanis famous due to its diverse patterns . Each had a different name patterns . Pannahajara , dot , dubalijala , terasa , Valence , mayurapakha , kalamilata , puilata , kalkapara , kacupata , anuralata , butterflies , sapalaphula , jumibuti , candrapara , hansabalaka , Shabnam , Bellflower , hibiscus flower - was the design of such schemes .
red jamdani

Mixed with the sweetness of talent and labor of his mind, he would have made for another use Jamdanis , whom perhaps she sees another woman tries to raise konodina attractive to him . Jamdanis art design and extraordinary technical ability to fabricate aesthetic maryadamaya weaving is one of our brightest vivid example of all time . ' Indian art and Delhi ' texts George W. concept , design namunagulo Jamdanis undoubtedly taken from Iranian art . Brocade weaving design jamadanike Jamdanis tamtiderao estimate of the time affecting Iran . Needless rucisammata and devoid of color arrangement . Silpakarmagulo Jamdanis each document in the history of the world bayanasilpera old .


dark red jamdani
blak jamdani
 Gamthuni sarees and cotton sarees price Jamdanis depending on the count . The higher the count of yarn , gold prices higher . Besides, the design of the building and the design will be lower thread count will be small . Many are now working with Jamdanis . Increasing demand. Besides, a lot of the variation . Design variations of the name has varied Jamdanis . As of emerald , Dublin saliva , dot , Jalan duriya , four corners , etc. . Silk yarn and silk fabric used before , but now Jamdanis , cotton yarn and nylon being used . Jamdanis knitting the yarn in the main draw . Shahin Ahmed said anjanasera fashion designers , design, eyes 8-10 shipped either to turn away hundreds of prospecting has been added to the design . Geometric or floral patterns of Crafts - karyakhacita Jamdanis quite popular. Florists haphasilka and cotton color and design being used sarite Jamdanis . Now monochrome shade in different colors and design Jamdanis sarite a running fashion . Jamadanite is now diaper patterns baghanali , sagudana , crab , duck , Pomegranate , Water Lily , fig flowers , neem leaves , patabahara , jasmine , pumilata , gourd , Pune etc. Design . Traditional patterns are fake , belapata , candrahara , panapata , Bundi , muruli etc.. Currently jamadanite sides are designed with a combination of many motif . The bank has brought innovation krasakata putting lace . The embrrayadari , Chumki and use of bullion . White - black , gray , orange , mejenda , blue , yellow , silver , pink color palette Jamdanis showing the glory of being extended . Assuming the air Jamdanis match patterns seen clearly . Again, a variety of dark cotton texture patterns . Many new designs are now being jamadanite . Coming in a variety of bold colors and patterns . Therefore, it becomes soft and sophisticated designs Jamdanis . And so the Christmas party , wedding, brides wear yellow or gold so much respect as a Jamdanis.

half silk jamdani


The saloyara - shirt, vest Home teksataileo Jamdanis even been used as a popular section. Beautiful girls in general Jamdanis clothes. With gold at Long slibha or slibhalesa blaujei fashionable blouse or suit like this. The provisions of the FAR and the like Jamdanis






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Dhaka is the capital and the option to create their own materials Jamdanis tamtasilpidera basic inartistic and meditation - the creation of concepts . Diamonds in favor of any country in the world can not tamtidera .








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Depending on the fabric and design of Jamdanis per sharee 1500 tk to 35000tk are in the money .



Blue pure Jamdani Saree...
US$181.00 per Pcs,  Price: Tk13500.00 / Pcs 
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Red Dhakai Jamdani Sharee
Traditional Dhakai Jamdani Sharee
Red jamin with zari and other matching color work all over ...
US$182.13 per Pcs  Price: Taka 13585.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Orange Tangail Jamdani Sharee

Orange color fabrics jamdani sharee...
US$68.67per Unit,Price tk5150/Unit
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Biscuit Jamdani Sharee
Biscuit Jamdani Sharee...
US$128.67Pcs,Price:tk9500.00
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Blue Tangail Jamdani Sharee...
US$152.00per pcs Price:tk11250.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Tangail Green Jamdani Sharee...
US$101.00per Pcs,Price:tk7500.00/Pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Light Blue Tangail Jamdani Sharee
Light blue fabrics tangail sharee...
US$141.00per Pcs,Price:tk10500.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Purple Tangail Jamdani Sharee
White Cotton Sharee with Purle design.Taant Sharee...
 US$127.67per Pcs,Price:tk9500.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh,
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Light Cream Jamdani Sharee
Tangail Cotton Fabrics Red and Green combination design....
US$146.47per Pcs Price:tk10985.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Offwhite Jamdani Sharee
Tangail Jamdani Sharee Offwhite Zari work...
US$141.00per pcs, Price:tk10500.00/Pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Purple Jamdani Sharee
Tangail Jamdani Sharee Purple Design Jamdani...
US$141.00per Pcs,Price: tk10500.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Black Jamdani Sharee
Tangail Jamdani Sharee
Black Jamdani with Silver Zari Work...
US$167per Pcs,Price:tk12500.00/Pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Orange Jamdani Sharee
Tangail Jamdani Sharee
Orange color jamdani...
US$139.80 per pcs,Price:tk10485.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Bright Yellow Jamdani Sharee
Tangail Jamdani Sharee
Bright Yellow Color...
US$141.00per Pcs,Price:tk10500.00/pcs
Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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Red Jamdani Sharee
Lal Shidur Jamdani Sharee...
US$133per Pcs,Price:tk9450.00pcs
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Delivery Area: Bangladesh
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