Corona Lockdown in Dhaka Dhaka, the city I live in is a highly populated city of 21 million, with a density of 23,234 people per square kilometer. So it is very difficult to maintain the social distancing and prevent other related medical emergencies during the corona pandemic. Government declared lockdown from 26 March 2020 which […]

Tale of an Ancient River

The Buriganga river (old Ganga) is the main river flowing through Dhaka city, capital of Bangladesh. Hundreds of years ago, the banks of the Buriganga was a prime location when the Mughals made Dhaka their capital in 1610. The house-turned-museum of the then Nawab(ruler) overlooks the river, which is still the country‚Äôs main waterway for […]

A Parade of the Mutes

A parade encompassing the elderly, the young, the women, the children. Muted by brutal violence, uprooted and displaced by force; they walk barefoot in the scorching heat of the sun, forced to journey 1000s of miles with no shade to rest under. The eyes of the mute still speak the tales of horror they have […]