Friday, September 2, 2011

Dhaka To Khulna Via Jamuna and Hardinge Bridge



It was 28th August,2011, I started from Dhaka train station for Jessore. I knew that it was long route and in my imagination, I was expecting a breath refreshing journey through the middle of the green nature.

But, with the travel of time, I was being surprised by the industrialization and colonization of people in the both side of the train track. Green fields and Rivers are totally distorted to accommodate the overwhelming population of the country. The gathering came to an end after I crossed the Jamuna Bridge. Then gradually the green world was spreading its wing and I was starting to believe, yeah, a little Bangladesh is yet alive.

I traveled through Dhaka, Gazipur, Tangail, Sirajgang, Pabna, Kushtia, Chuadanga, Jhinaidah and Last of all Jessore in this journey. Here sharing some portraits of green Bangladesh taken from the different parts of train route between Dhaka and Jessore.

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The Jamuna (From the Jamuna Bridge)

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Evening Shadow on the Green Field (Chuadanga District)

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Paddy Field (Chuadanga)

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Banana field in the south part of the Hardinge bridge (over The Padma river - Kushtia)

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Taken From Sirajganj

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The Jamuna

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Train Line Through Jhinaidah

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Realizing Autumn Season (Pabna District)

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From Jessore

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From Tangail

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Char Lands in Jamuna River (Sirajganj)

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