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    • Chhaanch Nogori mold town: revival of metal craft in Dhamrai, Bangladesh 

      Bonotulshi, Doito (Brac University, 2017)
      Dhamrai has been the place of creativity for centuries. It has a rich history of artistic creativity tracing back to the Pala Dynasty (800-1100AD). During this time both early Buddhist and Hindu settlements had flourished. ...
    • Jamdani kotha: weaving the heritage 

      Habib, A.M. Rezwanul (BRAC University, 2017-08)
      Jamdani Saree is one of the most ancient and finest muslin textiles of Bangladesh. However, the craft of Jamdani weaving is facing threats of extinction due to various problems and obstacles compelling many weavers to leave ...
    • To be or not to be an Australian: focus on muslim youth 

      Kabir, Nahid Afrose (© 2011 National Identities., 2008)
      In 2001, 67% of Australians identified themselves as Christians and only 1.5% as Muslims, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Other Australians are Jews, Buddhists and Hindus - to name just a few of the ...
    • অনুঘটক : Reviving the lost heritage of Mainamati 

      Khan, Faiyaz Hasnain (BRAC University, 2018)
      Archaeology is the threshold between the past and the present. Bangladesh is blessed with rich archaeological wealth, especially of the medieval period both during the Muslim and pre-Muslim rules. Unfortunately, many of ...