Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal is the deepest and one of the biggest and most ancient lakes of the world. It is situated almost in the centre of Asia. Lake Baikal is a gigantic bowl set 445 meter above sea level. The lake covers 31,500 square km. It is 636 km long and an average of 48 km wide. The widest point of the lake is 79.4 km. The water basin occupies 557000 square km. and contains 23000 cu. km. (cubic kilometer) of water, which is about one fifth of the world's reserve fresh surface water. The average water level in the lake is never higher than 456m. The average depth of Lake Baikal is 730 m. and its maximum depth in the middle is 1.620 m. There are hot springs in the surrounding area of Lake Baikal. The quality of the water of these springs is excellent. The lake acts as a powerful generator and bio-filter producing this water. Baikal is a stormy lake. Autumn is the most stormy time. The wind blows from various directions. The weather depends on the wind. If it is blowing from the north, the weather is bright and sunny. The water of the lake looks green and dark blue. But if the winds get stronger, Baikal turns black, waves rising high with white crest. The beauty of Lake Baikal is exceptional.

Mother's Day

Mother's Day is a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in March or May. The celebration of Mother's Day began in the United States in the early 20th century. In most countries, Mother's Day is a new concept, copied from western civilization. Bangladeshi's are celebrating mother's day from last few years. In Bangladesh, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of the month of May. People wish his/her mother on that day. They also give his/her mother sharees, cakes, flowers, greetings cards, mobile phones, sweets, ice-creams and gift mugs etc. as "Mother's Day" gifts. They try to remain very close to their mothers. In observance of the day discussion programs are organized by government and non-governmental organizations. Reception programs, cultural programs are organized to mark the day in the Capital city. Television channels air special programs and newspapers publish special features and column to mark the day. Greeting cards, flowers and gifts featuring mother's specialty to the children are on high demand at the shops and markets. Only for your mother.

The Taj Mahal

It has been over three hundred years since Emperor Shah Jahan of Delhi built the Taj Mahal as a tomb for his wife in Agra. Architecturally, it is still one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. The building is made of fine white marble with inlays of coloured sandstone. Four slender white towers rise from the corners of the terrace. There is a large dome above the centre of the building. Around the large dome there are four smaller domes. just inside the outer walls, there is an open corridor from which visitors can look through carved marble screens into a central room. The bodies of Shah Jahan and his wife Mumtaz lie in two graves below this room. The Taj Mahal is surrounded by a beautiful garden and there is a long pool that stretches out in front of the building. One can see the beauty of the Taj Mahal in its reflection in the pool water. Visitors come to see this wonderful building at different times of the day since it assumes a different look at different times. Most people like it best on moonlit nights.

Young Rik Mayall

Rik Mayall, one of the greatest comedy star, was an iconic comedian. He was the second of four children of his parents. He was very playful in his boyhood. He was born in Harlow, Essex. He was the loving child of John and Gillian Mayall. His older brother name is Anthony. He had two younger sisters, Libby and Kate. From the very early age of his life, he was taught drama. His parents was his first teacher. At the age of three, he and his family moved Worcestershire. He spent rest of his childhood in that city. He performed his parents plays. He attended The King's School, Worcester. Finishing his school life he went to the University of Manchester in 1976. He had completed his graduation on drama. In the university life he met and befriended Ade Edmondson who became his future comedy partner. Mayall married Scottish make-up artist Barbara Robbin in 1985. He had three children: Rosie, Sidney and Bonnie. Before marriage Mayall had long time relationship with Lisa Mayer. He died recently on 9th June, 2014, Barnes, London, United Kingdom.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Rik Mayall

Rik Mayall was the funniest man of his generation. His full name was Richard Michael Mayall. He was born in 7 march, 1958 at Harlow, in Essex of England. He has died recently on 9 June 2014 at the age of 56 in London. He was an English comedian, writer and actor. He was very much known for his comedy partnership with adrian 'Ade' Edmondson. His genres of writing are Black Comedy, Physical Comedy. His notable works are: Rick in The Young Ones, Richie Richard in Bottom, The Comic Strip Presents, Richie Twat in Guest, House Paradiso, Richie Rich in Filthy, Rich and Catflap, Richard Dangerous in The Dangerous Brothers. He is an icon of Modern British Comedy. Barbara Robbin is his wife. They have three children. At the time of his death, Danny Cohen (director of BBC Television) says that, he was a truly brilliant comedian with unique stage presence whose fireball creativity and approach to sitcom had inspired a generation of comedy stars.

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Lionel Andres Messi

Lionel Andres Messi is an Argetine footballer who plays as an forward striker for his Spanish club FC Barcelona. He is also serving as the captain of his own country's national team. He was born in 24 June, 1987 at Roserio in Argentina. He is 5ft 7inchs tall. By the age of 22, he won his first FIFA World Player of the Year award. He is regarded and ranked as the best player in the football world. Messi is the only player in history who wins four FIFA World Player of the Year consecutively.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Dhaka; Bangladesh

Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. It is located on the bank of the Burigonga. Dhaka is in the center of Bangladesh. On its north Gazipur, on the south Narawangonj, on the east Norsindhi and on the west Manikgonj districts are situated. However Dhaka is an ancient city. It has long history. Dhaka is the most populous city in Bangladesh. Around 15 million people live in this mega city. For years of negligence of the government, people have made this city inhabitable place. Many problems are the daily companion of its dwellers. However we have still time to save this historical city. For this a careful town planning is needed.

Kazi Nazrul Islam; the national poet of Bangladesh

Kazi Nazrul Islam is one of the greatest poets, story writers, novelists, music composers in our literary culture. He is our national poet. He is regarded as 'bidrohe kobi' -rebel poet of Bangladesh. He was born in May 24, 1899 at churulia in Bardawan (a district city of East India). The number of his poetry book is 24. He was the editor of the Dumketu, the Langol, the Dainik nonojug.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Mango

The mango is a sweet fruit. It grows everywhere in Bangladesh. It is a summer fruit. We get ripe mangoes in the month of May, June, July. Ripe mangoes are red or yellow. The ripe mangoes are very sweet and juicy. Green mangoes are sour. In Bangladesh people make different types of jam with mangoes. Ripe mangoes are very tasty. People call it 'king of fruits.'

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