Bangladesh culture and tradition

Bangladesh has a long history in culture and tradition. Bangladesh achieved their independence in 1971. There are so many rivers in Bangladesh such as Padma, Jamuna, and Kornofully etc. There are different kinds of religion in Bangladesh such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. In the past decades Bangladesh had so many famous writers, saints, authors, scientists, researchers, thinkers, music composers, painters and film makers have played a major part in the development of Bengali culture and tradition. Politicians also played a significant role in the development of Bengali culture and tradition.
Festivals and celebrations are a integral part of Bengali culture and tradition. Famous and extensively celebrated festivals are Pohela Boishakh, Independence Day, National Mourning day, Language movement day, Eid ul-Fitr, Eid ul-Adha, Muharram, Durga Puja, Happy Christmas day, and Buddha Purnima etc. Bangladesh has charming architecture such as Shat Gambuje Mosque, Lalag Kella, Sonargaon, Mohasthangarh and Kantogir Mondir etc. Cox’s Bazar is one of the most famous sea beaches of the world. Shundarbans is the natural beauty of Bangladesh. Panta Ilish is a traditional platter during the Pahela Boishakh. Rice is the staple of Bengali and various kinds of fish, vegetables, mutton, beef, chicken, and dal are the famous food of Bangladesh. Bangladeshi people wear kurta or fatua on religious and cultural occasions. Bangladeshi men wear lungi as a casual dress and shirt-pant or suits on formal occasions. Shalwar Kameez and Sharee are the common dresses of Bangladeshi women.
Bangladesh Cricket Team in an after-match winning celebration
Tiger national animal of Bangladesh

Road repair a common scene of Bangladesh capital Dhaka 
Cell phone became popular in last the decade in Bangladesh
Beautiful rural picture of bangladesh