My herd and I

[media type=”image” id=”665560″ layout=”portrait” position=”right” caption=”1″][/media] He is as muscular and burly as those men depicted in S M Sultan’s paintings. And usually bare-chested that showed much of his rough, weather-beaten skin, the resemblance is uncanny. For Sattar, after all, also faces the same hardships Sultan’s men faced and lives the lifestyle of a common…

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The Turban Traveller

Sixty-year-old Amarjeet Singh Chawla (a.k.a. the Turban Traveller), is on a mission to travel across the globe by car — an epic road trip dedicated to Guru Nanak, founder of Sikhism. His SUV, covered with messages and good wishes written by the numerous people he befriended during his travels, came to Bangladesh, the 35th country…

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Food philosophies Of Slow Food and the Mediterranean diet

If you are a food connoisseur, you surely cherish and celebrate the immense diversity of cuisines around the world. Whether it’s Bangladesh or Italy, food is beautifully diverse and unique wherever you go, having been passed down through numerous generations and centuries. The culinary diversity ought to be protected, which means the preservation, the promotion…

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The Cardigan: A comeback story

As fashion evolves, people are turning more towards minimalism, comfort and sustainability; and cardigans check all those boxes. In recent times, especially in the age of Instagram #streetstyle, cardigans have gained a spotlight by turning into a fashionable piece from the previously plain and boring identity. The comeback story of cardigans is not about wearing…

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