• Bangladesh Popular,  Indian Sub Continient,  Lifestyle,  Muslim Heritage,  Village Life

    Gram’ -The Villages of South East Asia .

    Villages in Bangladesh, Pakistan and India are the heart of the country. Most people in the villages were once farmers. Life in villages has lot of peace and a feeling you will never know in the cities. Maybe this is why Amish people stay way from Technology. A fun the kids in the city never know. A brotherly feeling with honesty among people(in general) as well as a fixed time for doing things. Unlike NYC-The City that Never Sleeps. In the cities all over the world ,everybody trying to copy NYC Model or close by. In the city life we accepting all technology and any law in name of progress…

  • Herbal and Beauty,  Indian Sub Continient

    5 ways to prevent hair loss by simple home remedies.

    Who doesn’t want a hair-fall free hair? Some people spend plenty money buying expensive shampoo as well as hair products to get desired results. Hair loss is a common problem faced by every human being. Well, it’s usual to lose up to 50 hairs a day. Some causes of hair loss are stress, an unhealthy diet, genetics, or hormonal imbalance. Surprisingly they are some easy home remedies to prevent hair loss along with shiny healthy hair. So you can follow these easy remedies to get lustrous hair at home! Fenugreek oil Fenugreek plant mostly came from western Asia. It is a common spice used in Asian cooking. For many years…

  • India,  Indian Sub Continient,  Travel

    Calcutta -The Capital of British Empire

    History Of Calcutta Calcutta was the capital of the British Empire. It was started in 1686 by Job Charnock. Initially the British settled in port at Hooghly (or Hugli). But due to disagreements with the Mughals and it was a river side ,Charnock sought a new site for the British . The villages : Sultanuti Kolkata Gobindapur  were bought from the Sabarna Ray Choudhury  family. This was how it was presented in history. But actually it was leased to the Charnock for for monthly rent of 1300 Rs.  The British paid rent until the Battle of Plassey :1657. Then Bengal was theirs. Then lot of historical events  including Nawab Sirajul Dowla’s…