Mahbub Khan Shabuz
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I am a purely Bangladeshi and work as a government officer of the Department of Environment under the Ministry of Environment & Forests. I obtained the degree of Masters in Botany from Dhaka University. I am not a Photographer but very much addicted in photography. Whenever I have a chance to go close to the nature I could not give up without taking snaps. 私は純粋にバングラデシュ午前環境·森林省の下に環境学科の国家公務員として働いています。私は、ダッカ大学で植物学の修士の学位を取得。私は名前分からないが、非常に写真にはまっています。私はスナップを受けずにあきらめることができませんでした近くに自然に行く機会があるとき。

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Dear Pom!

Gyönyörű málna látvány. Remek fotó.

Jó lenne megkóstolni.Szinte érzem az illatát.

Nagyon tetszik!

Kedves üdvözlettel, Judit

Mahbub Khan_Shabuz,nice photo. Thank you for suggesting the correct position of one of my photographs at Narshingdi

cher René merci beaucoup :) amitiés, pom'

I was stayed here 13 June to 14 June 2011

I was stayed here 1 June 2011 to 10 June 2011.

This photo was taken from Nokia C-7 at landscape mode on 29 August 2011 at 2.45pm

In 1835, The Nabab (administrator) of Dhaka, Khaza Alimullah bought this house from French Colonial people. In 1872 this house reconstructed by Nabab Abdul Goni and he give the name this house as Ahsan Monzil. Actually his son name was Ahsan. This two-storied house got conference room, Ball dance room, Library, Room for guest, Dining room, and the Bedroom for Nabab. Both floor got same type of accommodation. In south side of this monzil, the Burigonga River passed away. You can see the museum and find out eighteen century Nabab lifestyle.

In 1835, The Nabab (administrator) of Dhaka, Khaza Alimullah bought this house from French Colonial people. In 1872 this house reconstructed by Nabab Abdul Goni and he give the name this house as Ahsan Monzil.

Actually his son name was Ahsan. This two-storied house got conference room, Ball dance room, Library, Room for guest, Dining room, and the Bedroom for Nabab. Both floor got same type of accommodation. In south side of this monzil, the Burigonga River passed away. You can see the museum and find out eighteen century Nabab lifestyle.

Lalbagh Fort (Bengali: Lalbagh Kella) (also known as "Fort Aurangabad") is an incomplete Mughal palace fortress at the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Construction was commenced in 1678 by Prince Muhammad Azam during his 15-month long vice-royalty of Bengal, but before the work could complete, he was recalled by Aurangzeb. His successor, Shaista Khan, did not complete the work, though he stayed in Dhaka up to 1688.

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