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A Doctor,male,Dhaka,Bangladesh. Like photography,travelling. ....."Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst" – Henri Cartier-Bresson ......................... “If you are out there shooting, things will happen for you. If you’re not out there, you’ll only hear about it.” -Jay Maisel ........“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.“– Ansel Adams

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Que sonho esse lugar, bela foto...like!

Feliz ano novo...boas festas

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Thanks for your kind comment about this snap as well as visiting my amateur gallery, many many Greetings for you from Bangladesh.

Have fun in photography.

عکس بسیار زیبایی است ترکیب رنگها حس قشنگی را ایجاد میکند تبریک مرا بپذیر نمایشگاه زیبایی داری با احترم

hola bonita composicion like saludos

Beautiful,Excellent shot, LIKE 14+FAVORITE 5,
Greetings From India,Kamalakar. Keep Panoramio ALIVE.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and to your loved ones.

AGAIN THANKS . . . . . . SANDRA

Great shot of Devils Bridge.

Wonderful formations, YSL, greetings Agathe

ref:BANGLAPEDIA  ....Barkat, Abul (1927-1952)  a martyr of language movement. **Abul Barkat** nicknamed Abai was born on 13 June (variantly 16 June) 1927 at village Babla in Bharatpur thana of Murshidabad district. His father was Shamsuzzoha and mother Hasina Bibi. Abul Barkat had his early education at Babla Primary School. He passed Matriculation examination from Talibpur High School in 1945, and Intermediate examination from Bahrampur Krishnanath College in 1947. After the partition of India he came to Dhaka in 1948. He obtained BA (Hons) degree in Political Science from Dhaka University in 1951 and got himself admitted into MA final year.

In 1952, when the language movement demanding recognition of Bangla as one of the state languages of Pakistan was at its height, the government clamped Section 144 of criminal procedure code in Dhaka city in order to contain student agitation. Abul Barkat was in the procession that students mobilised on the premises of the Dhaka Medical College hostel on 21 February. When the police fired on the gathering, Barkat was seriously injured. He was immediately carried to the emergency ward of the Dhaka Medical College Hospital where he died at about 8 P.M. He was laid to rest in Azimpur graveyard. In recognition of his sacrifice, Abul Barkat was awarded Ekushey Padak (posthumously) in 2000 AD. [Rozina Kader]

Hello &ri.co ,

Thank you so much . Greetings , Barbaros

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