Book’s U Can Read

To me its a beautiful concept, when I visit the gallery and to see the exhibition remember my childhood, I read  a holly Qoran using a  (Rahel a stand for the Qoran) bookstand.

Dhaka, Art Center September 2010. Book's U can read by Wakilur Rahman.Copy Right:Monirul Alam

In this series represent a visible sign of Islam. Wakil bhai’s other works is really thinkable and conceptual,I really appreciate his Art.

Hear i say one things as an photojournalist Art/Picture never make it, a truth Art it self born like new born babies.

Dhaka Art center organized a week long solo   Art exhibition title Book’s U Can Read by artist’s Germany residents  Wakilur Rahman.

Illegal Structure Knocks Down

Dhaka Buriganga River September 2010. Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority BIWTA demolish illegal shop on their land at Shoarighat near the bank of Buriganga river. More than seventy structures demolish lead by Dhaka District Magistrate Mohammad Kamruzaman with fire service, RAB and Police.Copy Right:Monirul Alam

Maternal Mortality

Sylhet March 2010. A newborn baby is treated intensive Care Unit of the private maternity hospital in Sylhet city.In Bangladesh and across the world are success stories in the battle against maternal mortality. But as the U.N. hosts a September 2010 summit to review progress in easing the world's humanitarian crises, it faces a troubling reality: hundreds of thousands of pregnant women still die unnecessarily every year. Copy Right:Monirul Alam

People’s Struggle

Sherajgonj August 2007. Flood victime in a remote village.©Monirul Alam

Climate change touches already every corner of the world and every aspect of people’s lives. As the global temperature increases, its impacts will become even more extreme. The impact of climate change world is already facing food and fuel crises. World Bank and IMF have sounded a larger alarm push 100 million people in low-income countries deeper into poverty. Bangladeshi is a country that stands to be one of the first to suffer from global climate change, and the time to act is now. Analysts say it could trigger a migration the size of which the world has never before seen. Some of the big questions remain unanswered. I began to document of marginal condition in my own country. Increasingly severe floods, cyclones and other climate-related changes have already forced the migration of many

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Bangladesh faces high earthquake risk!

I don’t have any experience of earthquakes but on Friday night I really felt it a few seconds at the same time my 14-month babies and his mother felt the same jolted. She run from the bedroom with my kids. Old part of the Dhaka is the one of the risky area for earthquakes. . . .

According to the news paper three moderate earthquakes shook different parts of the country including capital Dhaka on Friday night, and Saturday  afternoon. When Muslims were to celebrating their greatest religious festivals Eid-ul-Fitr.

Old Dhaka, Shakharibazar August 2005. Old part of Dhaka is the one of the risky area for earthquakes.Copy Right: Monirul Alam

Panicked people especially in Old Dhaka and Mirpur areas came out of their homes after the quakes jolted their houses.

The first tremor was felt for few seconds at 10:42pm while the second one with the magnitude of 4.8 on the Richter scale also stay for a while and shooked the country at 11:24:17pm. and the A 5.2 magnitude aftershock shook different parts of the country Saturday afternoon.

Risky Journey!

Dhaka, 2005. A garment worker climb into the roof of launch at the Sadarghat launch terminal, every year the situation is almost same home bound people are gather on the launch, bas and train station and taking risky journey ahead of Eid festival. The Eid-Ul-Fitr is the biggest festive event of Muslim, the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan. Copy Right: Monirul Alam

Jummat-Ul-Vida

Dhaka September 2010.Bangladeshi Muslims offer Jummat-Ul-Vida prayers on the last Friday of Ramadan at the National Mosque of Bangladesh, Baitul Mukarram in Dhaka. ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, during which devout Muslims abstain from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. Copy Right: Monirul Alam

Birthday of Lord Krishna

In the capital thousand of men, women and children joined the historical Janmashtami rally and procession brought out from Dhakeswari Temple in Old Dhaka. Hindus community celebrates Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna. The days aimed festivity and religious fervor across the country.

Dhaka September 2010.Six month Krishna is sleeping, he joins the historical Janmashtami rally with his parents, the rally brought out from Dhakeswari Temple in Old Dhaka. Copy Right: Monirul Alam

According to the Hindu faith, Krishna, the incarnation of God, descended to this world some 5,500 years ago with a vow to establish love, truth and justice. Devotees on this day celebrate his birth on earth.