‘The Chittagong Hill Tracts: Living in a Borderland’ examines the borderland between Burma, India an..
DHAKA: From Mughal Outpost to Metropolis is the first book that provides a pictorial history at the ..
The development history of Bangladesh is marked by fluctuations, turn-abouts and decelerations. To u..
Located picturesquely in a peaceful island village of Kantanagar in Dinajpur District of Bangladesh,..
The area around the present small township of Bagerhat, known in the Middle Ages as the Mosque-city ..
The British period was not only one during which the British alone were responsible for construction..
South-East Bengal comprised of the ancient janapadas known as Vanga, Samatata and Harikela. This par..
This is an unconventional interpretive review of the struggle for democratic rights in the history o..
The book is an attempt to capture in words and pictures the magnificence of the festivals of Banglad..
The decade preceding the 1947 Indian partition was an eventful period, with profound impact on the s..
ROAD TO BANGLADESH SERIES is designed to present published accounts of the background to the emerg..
Blame is about Laila and to some extent about Gita, from the ages of 13 in 1965 to 19 in 1971, ..
The characters of Nasreen Jahan’s stories are social misfits and discards, people who rarely attra..