Saturday, May 29, 2010

Hawking's time machine

There has always been a great deal of interest about time-travel. It has been the centre of many science fictions. Frankly, who wouldn't want to travel through time and aspire to a part of this surreal experience?

Friday, May 28, 2010

First Bangladeshi Everest conqurer

Musa Ibrahim (Bengali: মুসা ইব্রাহীম) is a Bangladeshi mountaineer and a journalist by profession. He is the first Bangladeshi to reach the summit of Mount Everest.Musa reached the summit around 6:00am BST on May 23, 2010. Arranger of the expedition Iswari Paudel and Musa Ibrahim's wife confirmed the news at first hand.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Nakshi Kantha

Nakshi Kantha or embroidered quilt is a folk art of Bangladesh and West Bengal, India that has been passed down through generations. The art has been flourishing in rural Bengal for centuries.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Bangladesh handicrafts hits summit

Now-a-days handicrafts is the art to use every house for florishing and trimming rooms. It also favourite for to use in office and business center. Bangladesh have a detailed history for handicrafts.

nakshi handy Products

nakshi handy Products

Handloom Technology

The handloom is simply a weaving device made of wood and iron mainly operated by hand ,relying solely on human metabolic energy. It requires a space barely 8 sq. metres. Handloom weaving is a cottage based industry spread through out the country. The sounds of the handloom is the music of the rural home inviting fortune to them. In the process of weaving the handloom weaver create a harmony of motion and rhythm. The vast majority of Bangladeshi handlooms are engaged in weaving cotton and blended fabrics although handloom cloth of silk earned a good reputation. Famous areas for silk weaving are Rajshahi, Tangail and Nobabgonj . Rajshahi produces mainly silk sarees, a special type of cloth weared by the women folk . Tangail produces also silk saree namely Tangail Muslin and Narayangonj produces the famous Jamdani saree, silk sarees Tangail Muslins and famous jamdani. Zari work called brocade is also famous in Mirpur, Dhaka .In Bangladesh there are different schools of weaving on jacquard, dobby, frame and pit looms .Product assortments made of other are saree , lungie, gamsa, grameen check fabrics, printed bed covers, pillow covers, table mats, kitchen and hand towels, apron, curtain and upholstery, furnishing fabrics, bags bandage etc.