Purpose of Narijibon Blog

Nari Jibon Project seeks to increase our students’ and staffs’ abilities through different ways: classes, practice, computers, internet, and now the Narijibon Blog. Readers and writers (our students & staff) of the Blog will both learn about our lives, culture, Nature, activities of people in Bangladesh and the Nari Jibon Project.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Last year I visited in The Ekushey Boi Mela

By Laily Jahan Meghla

In Bangladesh we celebrate many fairs. Such as: fair on Pohela Boishakh, Poush Mela, Trade fair, Ekushey Boi Mela etc. We celebrate these once in every year.

21st February is our Shahid Dibosh. We celebrate Ekushey Boi Mela in the whole month of February in every year. This fair is held in Bangla Academy. It starts on 1st February for one month in every year to remind us the struggle and sacrifice for the language of Bangla. Every year the fair is organized by Bangla Academy.

A book fair is an attractive fair, where different types of books are displayed and sold. Many new books of many writers are published in every year in this fair. Now a day it has become very popular.

Every year I try to visit this book fair. Last year I visited in this fair with some of my friends. When I entered through the main gate of the fair I found a different environment.

The fair was very crowded. Men, children and women of all ages and classes gathered there. We had to stand for a large line to get entry in the fair.

I found many small and big stalls and many sorts of books and CDs on dramas, children’s books, reference books, poetry books, novels etc in the fair. The stalls were occupied by different publishers.

We visited all the stalls. I bought some of my favorite writers’ books. In the evening poets, novelists, writers came to visit in the fair. Seminars and cultural programs were also held in the fair.

Book fair is very important because it upgrades our thoughts and expands our knowledge. I was very delighted visiting such a fair like this and gathered some new experiences.

My Nephew: Farhan Sidique

By Farjana Hoque

My name is Farjana Hoque. I am doing Honors under National University at Tejgaon College in Sociology. I am 23 years old.

I have a nephew, he is like my child. His name is Farhan Sidique. He is three and half years old. Recently he started to go to school. He reads in play group at Lake View International School.

Every body has a memorable day. In my life the most memorable day is that day, when Farhan was born. I can not explain that how much I was happy when he came in this world. On 4th January, 2004 he was born at 8.15 am. Every one was very happy to see him. He was so cute, still now he is very cute.

My Nephew

The next day I slept with my nephew in the hospital. He was so small. That time I felt that, I was living in the heaven. Then I could not felt any sorrow or any tension. Even now I do not know why I was feeling like that.

I always remember the first day when he started to speak. He used to make us understand his feelings by his unclear words and accent. It sounded very nice. Now he calls me “Tina Ma”. I feel very happy when he calls me by this name.

He is very intelligent boy. He can play video game on computer. Whole day he remains very busy in various works. Everyone of his family have to remain busy with him. He is the dearest little member of our family.

Me with my nephew

He likes to go out very much. So some times we go out. Some time we play computer games, watch TV, read books and draw pictures and do many other things. He likes to watch cartoon. None can change the TV channel when he watches cartoon. Sometime he tells us various kinds of stories.

He does not live with me. He lives with his family at Rampura. So I can not spend much time with him. But when I get time I go to their home and pass some nice time with him. Every day I talk to him on phone for a long time.

I always miss him and he also misses me. I would like to say that Farhan is my world. He is the cutest child in the world to me.

Bloggers profile (Students)

Anukona Baroy

"My Name is Anukona Baroy. My birth place is Kalapara in Patuakhaly district. My date of birth is 27th September 1984. I passed my childhood in Patuakhaly.

My father’s name is Mr. Bipul Chonara Baroy and my mother’s name is late Anita Baroy. My father is a retire officer. We are three brothers and four sisters.

I completed Secondary School Certificate in 2000 and Higher Secondary Certificate in 2003. Now I am doing pathology training course and also taking courses in English and computer from Nari Jibon.

My favorite hobby is traveling and shopping. I like to read books of Shomoresh Mozumdar.

After finishing my study I will be a good medical pathologist. I know about Nari Jibon from one of my friends. Now I am a student of English and Computer Office Program in Nari Jibon Project.

The Nari Jibon is a nice organization for the girls and women. It works to develop their alternative skills. It helps women to buildup their skills. I am very much glad to be a part of this organization. I hope Nari Jibon project will increase day by day. I like Nari Jibon Project very much."

Sufia Khatun

"My name is Sufia Khatun. I was born on 20th November, in 1986. My birth place is Dhaka. My father is very old and he cannot do any thing. My mother is a house wife. I have two sisters and one brother. My brother is a garment employee. My family depends on his income.

I completed my Secondary School Certificate from Sharongodia Girls School, under Jessor board, in 2002 and Higher Secondary Certificate from Sripur Moliha College, under Jessor board in 2004.

My country is Bangladesh. It is a beautiful country. My favorite place is my native village ‘Sharongodia’.

My hobby is traveling. I want to do computer related job. It is my future plan. I am also a student of Nari Jibon Project. Here I am doing courses on spoken English and computer.

Nari Cyber Café is the most important part in this organization. That is only for girls and women. They can practice their learning lessons and browse here.

I knew about blog site after coming at Nari Jibon. It’s a new part of our life and it’s a very interesting. Through this blog site we can share our culture and peoples life to other countries. As a new writer I am trying my best to write something. I am very happy to be a part of Nari Jibon Project."

Friday, February 1, 2008

Mony is singing a Bengali song

By Taslima Akter

Shahida Islam Mony is a student of Nari Jibon Computer section. She is singing one of her favorite Bengali song at Nari Jibon.