A little beauty of Rangamati, Bangladesh.

A little beauty of Rangamati, Bangladesh.
A lot of people who are not ever seen that beauty.
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You should try to know beauty of our country.
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If you can visit you can trust Bangladesh is a beatiful country.
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Short history of international mother language day.

Short history of international mother language day.
Nowadays I'll inform a tale of enjoy. Love for that vocabulary. Love for that land.
1255In the distant past there were some sort of land use by means of religion. However it was lost by means of geography, divide by means of traditions, and the majority important, split by means of vocabulary. If your key federal government stated that certain distinct vocabulary was to get Hawaii vocabulary for many, those speaking the opposite vocabulary (who also were the majorityp opulation) erupted in demonstration. Your issue about what is the state vocabulary of Pakistan was raised right after it's formation. Muslim students and also market leaders of course believed of which Urdu, only talked by means of 7%, ought to be the lingua franca as it acquired obtained some sort of status because the cultural mark of sub-contract continental Muslims. However, western Pakistanis considered Urdu because the vocabulary in the top-notch, not the vocabulary in the men and women in the western domain : who constructed 56% of Pakistan's human population : wherever Bangle was the mother language.
Inside February 1952, pupils in Dhaka called for some sort of provincial hit. Government entities replied by means of imposing some sort of exclude on gatherings of more than several men and women. Defying the exclude, a huge selection of pupils marched in processions around the Dhaka University or college spot, chanting the mantra “Rashtro Bhasha Bangla Chai” (we desire Bangle because the state language). The general public marched make for you to make together, cooking in resentment with the audacity in the federal government! "Ora amar mukher bhasha kaira nitey chay" (they would like to grab away the vocabulary My spouse and i speak). This is twenty one February 1952. A day that's to alter the span of history in the Native indian subcontinent.
All around 3 pm, pandemonium erupted. Several grouped armed law enforcement officials, about the obtain in the center magistrate, started out flames on the processions walking previous Dhaka Healthcare School. A number of pupils and also community were being instantly killed, their own bloodstream discoloration the roads red. Rip petrol covers were being also terminated for you to disperse the throngs of people. News in the killings distribute such as wildfire anywhere and also shortly there was additional men and women on the roads compared to principal points in the law enforcement officials markers. Outnumbered, law enforcement retreated, taking some of the deceased physiques together. The remaining deceased and the wounded were being rushed to the medical. 1 entire body could not become identified as the head ended up taken off of (he was afterwards identified as Abul Barkat).
Nevertheless it's not at all simply a depressing event, and also that you enjoy for you to observe the win of unconditional enjoy and also hope. Regarding placing an objective and also going to the item. Regarding not getting dejected by means of challenges or maybe passing away. Regarding oneness. Regarding hope which does move mountains. Regarding jubilation. It is a bash in the lovely play vocabulary we converse while our own birth-right. Some sort of fantastic monument appears in the Bangle Academy coffee grounds adoring intended for eternity the vocabulary martyrs Rafique, Salam, Jabbar and also Barkat. Inside commemoration in the day time, Bangla Academy also contains some sort of month-long e-book sensible and also sets up fictional and also cultural situations throughout the thirty day period. All of us yowl on Ekushey February. Nevertheless we also giggle. All of us lament. Nevertheless we have been also thankful. And we wish for that eternal answer of those fearless souls.
Inside 1999, February twenty one was stated the Intercontinental Mum Dialect Day with the Un. Your vocabulary martyrs of 1952 need to have held their own bash in shangri-la on of which day time for you to rejoice this specific worldwide recognition of the compromise.
Timeline of major events during Bhasha Andolon of 1947-52
(June 1936 - 14-Point Manifesto by Central Parliamentary Board of Pakistan for "protection and promotion of Urdu")
(3 October 1937 - "Urdu should be language of Bengali Muslims" advocated at Lucknow Session of Muslim League)
17 May 1947 - Muslim League leaders announce in Hyderabad, India, that Urdu will become state language for the still to be formed Pakistan
14 July 1947 - Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed says Pakistan should adopt Urdu
29 July 1947 - Bengali Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah defends Bangla
July 1947 - Gono Azadi League (GAL) formed by Kamruddin Ahmed
1 September 1947 - Tamaddun Majlish formed under Professor Abdul Kashem's leadership
6-7 September 1947 - Gonotantric Jubo League (Democratic Youth League or DYL) held conference to resist Urdu
15 September 1947 - Tamaddun publish pamphlet "Pakistaner Rashtro Bhasha Bangla na Urdu?"
27 November 1947 - Fazlur Rahman Khan, Bengali Minister of Education, held Education Conference in Karachi, Pakistan, where Bangla is dropped
6 December 1947 - Dhaka University's teachers & students demand Bangla as an official language
December 1947 - First "Rastrobhasha Sangram Parishad" (State Language Movement Committee) formed by Tamaddun's Professor Nurul Huq Bhuiyan
25 February 1948 - Dhirendranath Datta request Bangla as an official language in Constituent Assembly of Pakistan held in Karachi. Liaquat Ali Khan, Khwaja Nazimuddin & others object
26 February 1948 - Student in Dhaka protest
11 March 1948 - Shamsul Huq forms committee to led student hartal (demonstration) in order to conduct the Language Movement in a systematic way an all party organization named “Rastro Bhasha Sangram Parishad” was formed
March 1948 - Chief Minister Khwaja Nazimuddin signs 7-Point agreement with 'Parishad'
21 Mar 1948 - Md. Ali Jinnah, father of the nation and Governor General of Pakistan, declares "Urdu and only Urdu" as national language of Pakistan in Ramna Racecourse (Suhrawardy Udyan), Dhaka, East Pakistan
24 March 1948 - Jinnah reiterates point in Curzon Hall campus of DU. Bangla students protest by crying out collectively "no, no" in loud voice
11 September 1948 - Jinnah dies. Nazimuddin becomes new Governor-General of Pakistan
8 November 1948 - Nazimuddin delivers watered down version of Bangla policy in the East Bengal Legislative Assembly
27 November 1948 - Golam Azam presents 'Historic Memorandum' to PM Liaquat Ali Khan demanding Bangla as state language
7 February 1949 - Central Pakistan education advisory board recommends Arabization of Bangla after receiving recommendation from Fazlur Rahman
23 June 1949 - Awami Muslim League formed by Maulana Bhashani
6 December 1950 - East Bengal Language Committee, presided by Maulana Akram Khan, recommends Arabization of Bangla
1950 - PM Liaquat Ali Khan declares "Only Urdu will be the national language of Pakistan"
16 October 1951 - Liaquat Ali Khan assassinated in Rawalpindi. Nazimuddin becomes new Prime Minister and Ghulam Muhammad, a public servant, becomes Governor-General
26 January 1952 - Nazimuddin declares "only Urdu" as state language in Paltan Maidan, Dhaka. This enrages people in East Pakistan
31 January 1952 - Kazi Golam Mahboob convenes "Shorbodolio Kendrio Rashtrobhasha Kormi Porishod" (All-Party Central Language Action Committee) with 40 various members. Maulana Bhashani selected as chairman
4 February 1952 - Abdul Matin forms "Dhaka University's State Language Committee" in language protest. Shorbodolio Kendrio Rashtrobhasha Kormi Porishod decide to declare February 21 as the day for strikes throughout the province terming the day as "Bhasha Dibosh" (Language Day). Gaziul Haq and Abdul Matin led student procession
19 February 1952 - Zillur Rahman leads student protest in Amtala of DU
20 February 1952 - Section 144, banning all processions and meetings for 30 days, imposed by District Magistrate of Dhaka on behalf of Pakistan Government
Ekushey (21) February 1952 - Peaceful student, and later public, protest leads to killing by armed police. Amongst the dead is a 9 year old boy. They become the first shaheeds (martyrs) of Bangladesh. Chief Minister Nurul Amin ignores plea by Maulana Tarkabagish and others. Curfew announced by government
22 February 1952 - Gayebana Janaza held for Ekushey shaheeds, but more people killed by police again. First Shaheed Minar created in Dhaka
23 February 1952 - Tamaddun criticises government. Government orders crackdown of student leaders and prominent figures
(17 April 1953 - Ghulam Muhammad dismisses PM Nazimuddin and appoints Bengali Muhammad Ali Bogra, Ambassador to USA, as new PM)
(21 October 1955 - Awami Muslim League renamed to 'Awami League')