The Culture of Bangladesh submits to the way of life of the citizen of Bangladesh. It has changed over the centuries. It includes the cultural multiplicity of quite a few social communities of Bangladesh. The Bengal has been recovering from the 19th to early 20th centuries by their culture. It is noted Bengali writers, music composer, thinkers, authors, researchers, saints, painters, scientists and film-makers have played a major role in the growth of Bengali culture.
The Bengal regeneration contained the beginnings of a promising political Indian patriotism. It was the portent in many ways to modern creative and cultural idiom. The Culture of Bangladesh is multiple and over the centuries has included weights of Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity. It is visible in various dances, forms, including music, drama, art and craft and folklore. It is evident also in languages and literature, festivals and celebrations, philosophy and religion as well as in a distinct cuisine and culinary tradition.
The native societies of Bangladesh have their own culture. The traditions are full of colorful mixture. The reverie scenery and the monsoon weather are closely related to the cultural views of Bangladesh. This site is an effort to focus on the country’s important cultural skin including the existences and culture of the native people. This site has been planned to underline some areas of the country’s cultural aspects. These are in a simple manner for expediency of the tourists of both home and abroad as they plan their journeys to discover Bangladesh.
Bangladeshis eat boiled rice locally named as Bhat. It is their fastener food and major eating. About seventy percent of people of Bangladesh live on rice. Bangladeshis are also taking wheat-based carbohydrate like chapatti or rooti, vegetable.
The dress of Bangladeshis is traditional. Typically the rural people wear lungi, Panjabi, shirt, fatua, and pajama. The urban people wear formal dresses includes western suits for men beside shirts and trousers, pyjama-panjabi etc. The people of Bangladesh enjoy much social and historical festival in every year. The Culture of Bangladesh is different from other country but it is very ancient.