Friday, November 22, 2013

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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Village of a Dry Fish

Though catching Shark and making dry fish may seem like toy play for the fishermen, they are bound to do this dangerous job to earn bread and butter. They ignore the nature’s fury, for the shake of their survival in the nature, with no other demand but to earn bread.

Lodrik, A house of Heros

Lodrik , The name of old home where only Tibetan soldiers live at Jampalink Tibetan Camp in Nepal. In 1959, they fought against Chains Army. Susukandu was the name of guerrilla group where they worked. After that they came in Nepal and still here. On one got any kind of pension form their Tibetan Army jab. Most of them have no child and live a lonely life here. Tibetan Government and Lodrik welfare fund supports them. Now, 51 peoples are stay in Lodrik old home. All of them are over 70 year old. “No one come to meet with us. My all relatives are in Tibet and India at Tibetan camp. I don’t how are they.” said Karma Renchan. This old peoples are believe that one day Tibet will be free from China. May be they will miss it but next generation must get.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Waiting for Own Land.

Tibetan refugee camp life. Woman name Toshidol, she came from Tibet in 1959. Now she lives in Pokhara Tibetan Refugee Camp in Nepal with her family.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Ghost with statue

It's my flash Photography. Experimental work.

Arduous life

This photo story is about brick field workers. They are migrant from the out side of Dhaka. Amin Bazar, Dhaka. Bangladesh -2008.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Cost of voice

We can find many incident of sacrificing lives, some sacrificing lives for loves some for faith some for liberty welfare and nation or fight against autocracy, but Bangladeshi are the only nation who fight and sacrificing the lives for language.

“no change can possible without revolution that’s the reason we start movement to make bangle as our state language “ said Abdul Motin on of the ladder of language movement.

In 21st February 1952 students broke the free movement restriction clause 144 and took out processing on demand to make bangle as a state language. Police fire openly on the procession. Rafiq , Shofiq , Salam , Borkot and many others were murder. At last Pakistan government declare bangle as one of the state language of Pakistan in 1956

Few of those heroes who played leading role in this achievement are still alive. This portrait series is dedicated to those heroes.