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Lifestyle of Bangladesh Villages People | |  Life of Village People in Bangladesh
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Lifestyle of Bangladesh Villages People | | Life of Village People in Bangladesh Village life in Bangladesh is still in many ways unchanged since time immemorial. Most of the roads are dirt tracks. Usually people live many miles from the nearest paved roads, and are used to walking or cycling long distances. The air is pure. There are not many factory-produced goods. The houses are mostly made of mud with grass thatch. Coconut, palm, banana and betel nut trees abound. The blue sky, broad rivers, and the water traffic lifestyle pervade the atmosphere. As most of the houses have no running water in rural areas, a major part of life centers around the river. People wash themselves as well as their clothes in the river or the pond. The river is also a source of fun. Many children, mostly boys, and sometimes men, are swimming as soon as the school or working day is over. Lifestyle of Bangladesh Villages People | | Life of Village People in Bangladesh Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Please Subscribe for Daily New Videos.
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Duck Eggs Collection from Villages Open Field || Duck  Eggs Collecting || How to Collect Duck Eggs
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Duck Egg Collection from Villages Open Field || Duck Egg Collecting || How to Collect Duck Eggs Ducks are productive egg layers and will lay nearly every day of the peak season. Maximum productivity occurs during the summer months when full daylight is available. The number of eggs declines as the days shorten and winter begins. Artificial light is often used to encourage egg laying during the winter months. Your duck will begin laying eggs at roughly 20 weeks old. This will vary slightly depending on the breed. Begin scanning the coop for eggs at 17 weeks. Look through the bedding and nesting boxes when you clean the duck housing. The first eggs are often small and underdeveloped but they are a sign of maturity and large eggs are not far behind. Your ducks will lay around one egg per day when they reach maturity. They will lay consistently if you collect the eggs daily. Otherwise, they will attempt nesting with existing eggs and hold off on further production. Create a daily routine where you multitask and look for eggs. Do a check when you feed, change water and clean the duck house. Do a quick morning egg check and try again in the afternoon or evening. Provide nesting boxes as an option but look around the pen and housing area as well. Ducks will utilize the nesting boxes but will lay in other areas as well. Look for bedding that is piled into a nest for eggs and check the walls and corners of the pen and housing. The ducks may lay an egg and cover it with bedding to hide and protect the egg. They will utilize similar nesting areas and as you learn their habits, egg location will become easy. After you locate the eggs, remove them by hand and place them in an egg carton or basket. Transport the eggs to your home and wipe them off with a dry cloth to remove dirt and grime. Store in an egg carton and label the carton with the date. Use a range of several days if necessary. Keep the eggs in a cool place or a refrigerator. Use for baking or fry them like any other chicken egg. Duck eggs are 30 percent larger than chicken eggs. Factor the size difference into your measurements for baking and cooking. Duck Egg Collection from Villages Open Field || Duck Egg Collecting || How to Collect Duck Eggs Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Mile A Minute (জাপানি লতা/জার্মানি লতা) - Mikania Micrantha Kunth || Bittervine || Germani Lota
 
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Mile A Minute (জাপানি লতা/জার্মানি লতা) - Mikania Micrantha Kunth || Bittervine || Germani Lota Mikania micrantha has unique physical characteristics. Mikania micrantha stems of colored light green and overgrown hair fine hair. In each section of the trunk there are two strands of the leaves face each other, new shoots, as well as flowers. Mikania micrantha triangular leaves that resemble a heart shape with a length of 4-13 cm long and 2-9 cm wide. Mikania micrantha leaf surface resembles a serrated leaf edges Bowl. Our today's plant is an invasive weed named Bittervine. Scientific/Boranical name of the plant is Mikania micrantha. This belongs to the plant family Asteraceae. There are several common names for this plant across the world, such as American Rope, Mile A Minute, Chinese Creeper, etc. This is a very fast growing weed(around 80mm per 24 hours). In Bangladesh, we are calling this as Japani Lota(জাপানি লতা), Germani Lota(জার্মানি লতা), etc. This is a perennial fast growing vine and spreads by climbing and twining through the bushes, herbs, plants, or fences, walls, etc. Leafs are slightly triangular shaped with an acute tip. Produces small white flowers as a cluster with mild smell. Flowers blooming started during rainy season and keep producing till late autumn. This plant is native to East Asia and Pacific region. For it's fastest growing nature, during the World War II, this plant was first introduced at India. It was used to camouflage the airfields. Since then this plant is widely available throughout the South Asian region including Bangladesh(বাংলাদেশ). Possibly these are the reason to call this as Japani Lota(জাপানি লতা) in our country. (Another story is available that, Japanese Soldiers dispersed the seeds from air intentionally to make this region a jungle). Mikania micrantha has chemical compounds that are quite diverse. Amador et al. (2010) identifies chemical compound leaves of Mikania micrantha in methods of gas chromatography, namely Linalool (15,86%), α-Pinene (10,14%), β-Pinene (8,72%), β-Ocimene (7, 12%), Terpineol (6,31%), Geraniol (2,89%), Geranyl acetate (0,83%), Thymol (0.46%), α-Felandrene (0.39%), and Champene (0,187%). According to Taylor (2012), the main chemical compounds in this plant is caffeolylquinic acid, cinnamic acid, glycosides, coumarin, kaurenic acid, stigmasterol, tannins, germacranolide, and resin. Mikania micrantha on agriculture, it is detrimental. Mikania micrantha is including weeds that will damage crops, thus the results obtained from farming will be greatly reduced if the plant is allowed. The estate will issue a cost that much to eradicate the Mikania micrantha. Mikania micrantha growing process very fast.However, it reversed its destroyers there are many benefits to be gained by man of Mikania micrantha. Since ancient times, Mikania micrantha is already widely used for the treatment of traditional. Mikania micrantha in medicine already developed enough. Mikania micrantha leaf extract has as antibacterial against Escherichia coli and Bacillus substilis. Mikania micrantha can be used to treat disorders of the upper respiratory tract, infections of various kinds of bacteria, protozoa, molds and yeasts, as well as treating snake bites, insect stings, and serves as an Anit inflammations and analgesic. In Southeast India, the Kabi Mikania micrantha using the juice of the leaves to deal with abdominal pain. In Malaysia, the juice of the leaves of Mikania micrantha is used to cure itchy itchy on the skin. In Africa, the leaves of Mikania micrantha made into vegetables that are consumed on a regular basis. In Indonesia, people have used the leaves of Mikania micrantha for treatment of tradasional since a long time. Among all the countries that Mikania micrantha already know, Indonesia is probably the country's most extensive use of Mikania micrantha to traditional medicine. Mikania micrantha in Indonesia is used for the treatment of upset stomach, itching itchy, lame, and wound infections, rheumatism, menstrual pain, bloating, diarrhea, influenza, diabetes and bone pain, malaria. Mile A Minute (জাপানি লতা/জার্মানি লতা) - Mikania Micrantha Kunth || Bittervine || Germani Lota Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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টুনটুনি যেভাবে বাসা বানায় || How Do Tailorbirds Build Their Nests || Tailorbird in Bangladesh
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE টুনটুনি যেভাবে বাসা বানায় || How Do Tailorbirds Build Their Nests || Tailorbird in Bangladesh The common tailorbird (Orthotomus sutorius) is a songbird found across tropical Asia. Popular for its nest made of leaves "sewn" together and immortalized by Rudyard Kipling in his Jungle Book, it is a common resident in urban gardens. Although shy birds that are usually hidden within vegetation, their loud calls are familiar and give away their presence. They are distinctive in having a long upright tail, greenish upper body plumage and rust coloured forehead and crown. This passerine bird is typically found in open farmland, scrub, forest edges and gardens. Tailorbirds get their name from the way their nest is constructed. The edges of a large leaf are pierced and sewn together with plant fibre or spider silk to make a cradle in which the actual nest is built. Like most warblers, the common tailorbird is insectivorous. The song is a loud cheeup-cheeup-cheeup with variations across the populations. The disyllabic calls are repeated often. The common tailorbird is a brightly coloured bird, with bright green upperparts and creamy underparts. They range in size from 10 to 14 centimetres (3.9 to 5.5 in) and weigh 6 to 10 grams (0.21 to 0.35 oz). They have short rounded wings, a long tail, strong legs and a sharp bill with curved tip to the upper mandible. They are wren-like with a long upright tail that is often moved around. The crown is rufous and the upperparts are predominantly olive green. The underside is creamy white. The sexes are identical, except that the male has long central tail feathers in the breeding season, although the reliability of sexing data accompanying museum specimens used in determining this sexual dimorphism has been questioned. Young birds are duller. When calling, the dark patches on the sides of the neck become visible. These are due to the dark pigmented and bare skin that are present in both sexes and sometimes give the appearance of a dark gorget টুনটুনি যেভাবে বাসা বানায় || How Do Tailorbirds Build Their Nests || Tailorbird in Bangladesh Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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বাংলাদেশের দার্জিলিং নীলগিরি || Nilgiri Hill Resort || Touch the Cloud at Nilgiri
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE বাংলাদেশের দার্জিলিং নীলগিরি || Nilgiri Hill Resort || Touch the Cloud at Nilgiri The sky kissing the peak of the mountains over the distant horizon, gentle breeze passing through the hills touching one’s face, the clouds gradually moving in an unknown direction and sometimes one can feel the clouds, a mountain top serene aesthetic view of nature which instantly will take away all the monotony of urban life, Nilgiri is considered to be the pilgrimage for all nature lovers. Nilgiri Resort, Bandarban will present the tourists a view of nature filled with beauty and at the same time majestic in size. Sky and to fly in the cloud! All these are dream and it is impossible to be true. It may be impossible to touch the sky but it is possible to touch the cloud in Nilgiri!! The Nilgiri flourish with natural beauty. Height of nilgiri bandarban is about 3,200 feet from the land of sea. The Nilgiri is now a more attractive spot to visitors. The Nilgiri is about 47 kilometers from the district centre. It is needed to pass about 26 kilometers to reach Nilgiri hill from the famous Dazzling of of Bangle Chimbuk hill. On the way, all of the scenes of around are charming and enjoyable. There are many hills in the around. You can enjoy here the flourish of green. You can stay night or take rest on Nilgiri resort which is operated by Bangladesh army. Tribal dance & bar-b-q make your Night amazing in Nilgiri. It looks like another interesting moment. Are you intended to touch the cloud! At night, and in particular in the lunar days, the view of the moonlight as it penetrates through the transparent cloud creating a white hue with a darkness of a different quality for its background is a sight to see with absolute wonder and immense joy. Nilgiri presents to its visitors a stunning view of the night. Nilgiri is approximately 3500 feet high situated in Thanci Thana. It is one of the tallest peaks in Bandarban and undoubtedly one of the favorite tourists’ spots of Bangladesh. Nilgiri is about 46 kilometer South of Bandarban town. Nilgiri is situated in the Bandarban-Thanci-Chimbuk road. Tourists visiting Nilgiri will be able to see the Mro Village and meet some wonderful bunch of people there. The simple lifestyle of the Mro people, their colorful culture living so close to nature and wilderness is absolutely a stunning thing to explore and experience. Bangladesh Army manages this place, and the resorts which are available in Nilgiri are managed by the local governing body of the Bangladesh Army. Tourists who want to stay the night at the Nilgiri resort at the top of Nilgiri Mountain must confirm their reservation beforehand through contacting the Army officers of Bandarban. As far as living accommodations are concerned, there are three cottages, clean and very well equipped and furnished. There are also three tents having four beds. The cost of the cottages range from 5000 to 8000 taka, and the tents cost 2500 taka each. As the place is managed by the Army, Nilgiri is a safe place for tourists to dwell into the heart of nature. For those who like wilderness, natural photography, and mountain top natural landscape Nilgiri is a must visit for them. To go to Nilgiri tourists must come to Bandarban first. Visitors can avail themselves bus services such as S Alam Paribhan, Shamoli Paribhan, etc. from various points in Dhaka such as Fakirapool, one of the regular departing points for a bus leaving Bandarban, or Gabtoli, etc. For those who like to travel in train, tourists can take the train from Dhaka to Chittagong and then from Chittagong travel by bus to Bandarban. From Dhaka to Bandarban it takes less than 8 hours, and from Chittagong, it takes 2 hours to reach Bandarban. After reaching Bandarban tourists can hire a jeep or go to Tanchai bus stop from where there are buses and jeeps which directly go to Nilgiri Mountain. While going to the Nilgiri Mountain, there are Army check posts where tourists must get their names registered. বাংলাদেশের দার্জিলিং নীলগিরি || Nilgiri Hill Resort || Touch the Cloud at Nilgiri Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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আর নয় ঘুমের ট্যাবলেট, এবার ঘুম পারাবে জোয়ানবির বা ছোট তুলোরি || Cyanthillium Cinereum Plant
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE আর নয় ঘুমের ট্যাবলেট, এবার ঘুম পারাবে জোয়ানবির বা ছোট তুলোরি || Cyanthillium Cinereum Plant Cyanthillium cinereum/জোয়ানবির বা ছোট তুলোরি also known as (little ironweed and poovamkurunnila in Malayalam) is a species of perennial plants in the sunflower family. The species is native to tropical Africa and to tropical Asia (India, Indochina, Indonesia, etc.) and has become naturalized in Australia, Mesoamerica, tropical South America, the West Indies, and the US State of Florida. Cyanthillium cinereum is an annual herb up to 120 cm (4 feet) tall. It produces flat-topped arrays of numerous flower heads, each with pinkish or purplish disc florets but no ray florets.[8] The species can be confused with Emilia sonchifolia, but the flower bracts of the latter are much longer and vase-shaped. জোয়ানবির বা ছোট তুলরির ইংরেজি নাম Vernonia cinerea এবং এর বৈজ্ঞানিক নাম Cyanthillium cinereum এর অন্যান্য স্থানীয় নাম হল ঃ ছোট তুলরি,কুক্সিন বা বন জিরা বলে থাকেন। অযত্নে অবহেলায় জন্ম নেয়া জোয়ানবির গাছের ফুল যেকোন বয়েসি মানুষের নজর কাড়বে। জোয়ানবির ফুল দেখতে বেশ আকর্ষণীয়। সারা বছরই জোয়ানবির র ফুল ফোটে। তবে বর্ষাকালে বেশি ফুটতে দেখা যায়। এটি শুকনা অথবা ভেজা প্রায় সব স্থানে জন্মে; আমাদের গ্রাম-বাংলায় এর দেখা মেলে যত্রতত্র। যদিও এখন এর পরিমাণ কমে এসেছে; কিন্তু এখনও এটি বিরল বলা চলে না।এ গাছ জন্মাবার কোনো মৌসুম নেই, সব মৌসুমে এ গাছ জন্মে। এমন কিছু কুলীন গোত্রের নয়। পথের পাশে, ইটখোলার আশপাশে, পতিত ভিটায় যত্নআত্তি ছাড়াই জন্মায়। দিনে দিনে ঘন ঝোপের মতো হয়ে ওঠে হাতিশুঁড় নামের এই গুল্মটি। এটি বর্ষজীবী। কাণ্ড নরম ও ভেতরে ফাঁপা। উচ্চতা এক থেকে দুই ফুট পর্যন্ত হতে পারে। ভেষজ চিকিৎসায় এর অনেক ব্যবহার হয়ে থাকে। চরক সংহিতা সহ অন্যান্য প্রাচীন পুস্তকে এর উল্লেখ আছে। একটি মূল্যবান ঔষধি উদ্ভিদ। সে কারণে ইদানীং জাপান ও যুক্তরাষ্ট্রে এর প্রতি আগ্রহ সৃষ্টি হয়েছে।প্রচলিত ভেষজ চিকিৎসায় বহুকাল থেকে জোয়ানবির ব্যবহার হয়ে আসছে। এ ছাড়া বিভিন্ন ওষুধের উপাদান হিসেবে জোয়ানবির নানা অংশ ব্যবহূত হয়। আর নয় ঘুমের ট্যাবলেট, এবার ঘুম পারাবে জোয়ানবির বা ছোট তুলোরি || Cyanthillium Cinereum Plant Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Natural Scenery of Bangladesh Village || Natural Beauty of Bangladesh Village
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Natural Scenery of Bangladesh Village || Natural Beauty of Bangladesh Village Bangladesh is a small South-Asian country. It’s area is 1,47570 sq. km. The North, The west and the most part of the east is surrounded by India, the southeast part of the east is attached with Myanmar and The Bay of Bengal is to the south. It is situated in the temperate zone of the world. It got its independence on 16 December, 1971. The climate of the country is hot and humid. The main occupation of the people in general, here is agriculture. There are some other professions too, such as service, teaching, technical and industrial work etc. The main attraction of this country is its natural beauty. It has the longest sea-beach of the world, the Cox’s Bazar sea-beach. There are three world heritage sites here: The Sundarbans, the Shat-gombuj mosque and the ruins of the Buddhist Bihar at Paharpur. In spite of some problems, Bangladesh is a very beautiful country. The people of this country are very patriotic, brave and hospitable. I feel very proud about Bangladesh. Bangladesh is full-filled with many natural beauties. She is very beautiful in every where. The vast Bay of Bengal is situated in the South of Bangladesh. The Meghna river is situated in the East. Green trees, birds chirping, yellow corn crops etc make our mind fulfill. Green trees fill up our eyes and birds chirping fill up our ears and mind. Bangladesh is a gift of nature in richest of scenic beauty. Nature has bestowed so much beauty on no other country in the world as on Bangladesh. Her beauties consist in bounty, variety, flora and fauna. NATURE'S PLAYGROUND: Bangladesh is the richest country in the world regarding the beauties of nature. She is Nature's playground. Having tropical climate she has abundant sunshine. On the other hand there is sufficient rain and cloud. Light and shade come to the land by turns. She enjoys the pleasures of sunny weather, variety of colours and displays an unending ocean of greenery. A land of eternal verdure, her beauties in the richness and variety, are simply enchanting and amusing. Beauties of river-scenes in Bangladesh are also worth praising . Sparkling of night in the river water on a moonlit night has a spectacular beauty. Sights and sounds on either side of the river, variety and beauty are incomparable with the scenery of any other country of the world. Different scenes are presented at different times of the day. People can feed their eyes on the unbroken view of a variety of sights on the banks of a river. The grand spectacle that the river offers on a moon-lit night is simply bewitching. All around there is a deep silence which is sometimes broken by the splashing dip of oars and the songs of boatmen. The broad bosom of the river flashes like silver in the flood of moonlight. Every day we wake up by hearing birds’ chipping. The natural scenery of village draws a general picture of thrilling. A little Jonaki Poka [one kind of insect that has natural lights in her body] helps us to see our way in the bamboo garden in the dark night. Our eyes are charmed to see many natural beauties all around us. When we go near to the Padma, Meghna, Jamuna, Cornofuly rivers then our mind become fresh and we forget all of our sorrows. The water lily blooms in the canal. White Lily is our national flower. The tall and straight trees on the sea shore look like the long hair of a lady stretching upto ankle. The bubbles collected at the edge of the sea look like a necklace of a lady. Reflection of twilight on the bosom of the sea present a crimson colour that attracts the tourists to a great extent. It's gainsaid that Cox's Bazar sea beach is the longest one in the world. So there is profuse wealth of natural beauties in Bangladesh, Everybody has to admit that it is a matchless beauty spot in the world. Everybody exclaims in joy and wonder at the unforgettable and unimaginable beauty of this land. On lookers are immersed in the fathomless depth of the ocean of beauty. Natural Scenery of Bangladesh Village || Natural Beauty of Bangladesh Village Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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ধানক্ষেতে হাঁস পালন || Theory and Reality of Integrated Rice–Duck Farming | Rice Duck Farming System
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE ধানক্ষেতে হাঁস পালন || Theory and Reality of Integrated Rice–Duck Farming | Rice Duck Farming System Rice-duck farming is an integrated type of farming technology. It is especially suitable for resource poor farmers to produce organic rice in low cost. The evidence from various countries including Japan, Bangladesh, Philippines, Vietnam has proved the integration of ducks in rice field as a successful and productive farming technology. In case of Nepal, study or research regarding this technology has not been done so far. However, duck raising in small scale is a common practice in particular regions and communities. Likewise, integration of ducks in a fish pond is also occasionally practised. This system has a myriad of benefits to the ecosystem and in the preservation of biodiversity. The system also provides a means for less labor and other alternatives that have varied effects on the soil such as compacting and disruption that would arise when heavy machines or humans increasingly tread on the soil. This would prevent proper aeration of the soil. Rice-duck farming technology has good potential in Terai regions of Nepal, especially among Tharu communities. The pilot research carried out by Practical Action from April-November 2013 proved this technology to be beneficial in terms of providing social, economic and environmental benefits. In this type of farming technology, ducks are released in the field after 10-20 days of rice transplantation till the time of flowering. The integration of ducks in rice field creates symbiotic relationship between rice and ducks yielding mutual benefits to both entities as follows: Ducks eat harmful insects and weeds averting the use of chemical pesticides and manual weeding in the rice field. Ducks gets nutritious diet from eating insects and weeds in rice field. For greater effectiveness, ducks were made to forage on the fields throughout. On the yields, the chemical group had the highest yields followed by the duck-rice group that had 50% Nitrogen fertilizer availed. The resulting difference between these two groups was found to be only 8%. However, the duck-rice group with no fertilizer had yields lower translating almost to 50% yield reduction. A recent article we did pointed out the challenges that organic food production faces. One of these challenges is the continued lack of nitrogen which is vital in yield maximization. The droplets of ducks acts as a natural fertilizer to the rice crop preventing the use of chemical fertilizers. The continuous movement of ducks in the rice field provides natural stimulation and aeration which increases the availability of nutrients like Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potash to the rice crop. Rice-duck technology causes the reduction of emission of methane gas from rice field contributing to reduce the global warming. Against the traditional rice farming system, integrated rice-duck technology supersedes in terms of minimizing the cost of production, increasing rice productivity, providing environmental benefits and increasing the income of farmers through sale of organic rice and duck meat. Rice-duck farming technology can increase the productivity of rice by 20 per cent and net profit to the farmers by 50 per cent. Duck meat has high content of protein and other nutrition which can significantly contribute to address the problem of food insecurity and malnutrition. The major objective of the project is to improve food security status of smallholder farmers and reduce the malnutrition among children under five year’s age. The specific objectives of the project are to increase the income of the farmers and make the availability of nutritious diet. Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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যেভাবে মা শোল মাছ নিজেদের মতো করে ডিম নার্সিং ও পোনা লালন করে || Walking Fish and their Baby
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE যেভাবে মা শোল মাছ নিজেদের মতো করে ডিম নার্সিং ও পোনা লালন করে || Walking Fish and their Baby Shol fish or channa striata is a cannibalistic freshwater fish. This fish found all over the south Asian countries. They are available in pond, plunge, canal, swamp, marsh, paddy field and almost all types of water. Shol fish is very strong and hardy. They also known as shoal fish, channa striata, shoul fish, snakehead fish etc. যেভাবে মা শোল মাছ নিজেদের মতো করে ডিম নার্সিং ও পোনা লালন করে || Walking Fish and their Baby Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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বাণিজ্যিক ভিত্তিতে বারোমাসই চাষ করুন বরবটি || Yard Long Bean || Vigna Sesquipedalis || Pea Bean
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE বাণিজ্যিক ভিত্তিতে বারোমাসই চাষ করুন বরবটি || Yard Long Bean || Vigna Sesquipedalis || Pea Bean Yardlong Bean/Yard Long Bean(বরবটি চাষ), also called Chinese Long Bean, is a vigorous climbing annual and the plant begins to produce long pods, ranging from 14 to 30 inches, 60 days after sowing. The pods hang in pairs that should be picked for vegetable uses before matured. Yardlong Bean is a subtropical/tropical plant and is widely grown in Southeastern Asia, Thailand and Southern China. It is a very interesting plant to grow - you almost need to check/harvest long beans everyday because they grow very quick in warm climates. It is, however, sensitive to the temperature and grows relatively slow in mild/cold environments. Like to grow common beans, it is recommended to rotate the planting locations every year for getting the best results - do not repeat planting at the same spots within 3-4 years. Edible pods are very crisp, tender and delicious. Long beans are cut into shorter sections and cooked like common green beans. There are many varieties grown in the Orient and they are generally identified by the color of the matured seeds. A variety of the cowpea, the asparagus bean is grown primarily for its strikingly long (35 to 75 centimetres (1.15 to 2.46 ft)) immature green pods and has uses very similar to that of the green bean. This plant is in a different genus than the common bean. Yard long bean (বরবটি চাষ) is a popular vegetable in the present world. They are recognized as one of the most sweetest and tender bean varieties. They are easy to prepare and people do not need to have plenty of knowledge in cooking to prepare it. You can simply pick them, wash them and put them into a pot of boiling water. It will be ready in ten minutes and you can add some seasoning to make it more delicious. Because of this reason, there is a big demand for yard long beans in the present world.Yard long bean are also recognized as Chinese green beans and asparagus green beans in some countries. Cultivating yard long beans (বরবটি চাষ) can be rewarding. You will be able to plant them with less hassle and enjoy the harvest within a short period of time. Selecting a good place in your vegetable garden can be called as the first step taken towards yard long bean cultivation. It should be a place full of sun and there should be enough room for a trellis. You have to plant them in a row and make the row go from north to south to get the full exposure to sun rays. Then you need to turn the soil over with a shovel and work with back and forth with garden hoe to make it loose. It is important to fertilize the soil before planting the yard long bean seeds. You should be careful in selecting a fertilizer and experts recommend using organic fertilizer instead of the chemical ones. When you are planting the seeds, it is recommended to keep a gap for at least 8 inches. They should be planted 1 inch deep in the soil. It will take six to 10 days for the seeds to germinate and the vegetable flowers after five weeks from sowing. The plant beans about 10 to 12 days after flowering. When you see the beans, you should place poles at each end and in the middle of the row to support its growth. You should also stretch chicken wire from one end to the other end of the row and attach the poles with nail or stapler to form trellis for bean vines. If you are not comfortable with that, you can create a pole tripod of three flexible poles made from bamboo and attach them with a wire. When the bean becomes 12 inches in length, you can go for the harvesting process. When the harvesting season comes, you can cut the green colored yard long bean with a sharp knife. If you need to see how the bean pods grow, you can leave one or two of them when cutting. They will form peas inside the pod that can be eaten like any dried pea. You can enjoy the self-cultivated yard long beans within a short period of time and it is worth for a person to give a try. বাণিজ্যিক ভিত্তিতে বারোমাসই চাষ করুন বরবটি || Yard Long Bean || Vigna Sesquipedalis || Pea Bean Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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নেপিয়ার ঘাস চাষ ঘোচাতে পারে বেকারত্ব !!! Cultivation and Utilization of Napier Grass
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE নেপিয়ার ঘাস চাষ ঘোচাতে পারে বেকারত্ব !!! Cultivation and Utilization of Napier Grass Napier Grass (Pennisetum purpureum) commonly referred to as elephant grass is popular fodder crop for small scale dairy farmers in the high and medium potential dairy production areas of Kenya under the cut & carry system of production. Napier grass is a fodder grass that produces a lot of high-protein forage. It is also known as “elephant grass”, “Sudan grass” or “king grass”. Its scientific name is Pennisetum purpureum. It is a fast growing, deeply rooted, perennial grass growing up to 4 metres tall that can spread by underground stems to form thick ground cover. Napier is easy to establish and persistent; drought tolerant; suitable for cutting and very good for silage making. Napier grass is a high yielding fodder crop with good palatability, highly nutritious especially when young, dark green leaves and less than 1 metre tall. It is also used as a soil stabilizer in soil conservation methods and can be intercropped with various forage legumes. Napier grass is best suited to high rainfall areas, but it is drought-tolerant and can also grow well in drier areas. It does not grow well in waterlogged areas. It can be grown along with fodder trees along field boundaries or along contour lines or terrace risers to help control erosion. It can be intercropped with crops such as legumes and fodder trees, or as a pure stand. The advantage of napier grass is that it propagates easily. It has a soft stem that is easy to cut. It has deep roots, so is fairly drought-resistant. The tender, young leaves and stems are very palatable for livestock and grows very fast The disadvantage is that it is an aggressive plant that spreads through rhizomes under the ground. If it is not controlled, it can invade crop fields and become a weed. The older stems and leaves are less palatable for Goats. Napier is not suitable for direct grazing since stumping results in poor regeneration. It is vulnerable to disease and pest attacks. It takes up a lot of nutrients from the soils and is highly demanding on nutrient recycling/fertilizer application. It can be grown at altitudes ranging from sea level to 2,000m above sea level. When grown at altitudes above 2000 m, growth and regeneration after cutting is slow and it may die due to frost. It does best in high rainfall areas, over 1500 mm per year. Napier grass can grow in almost any soils; but does best in deep, fertile, well draining soils. Plant them angled into the ground at about 30 degrees, so two of the nodes are buried in the soil and one is above the ground. Plant more rows with a spacing of about 90 cm (3 feet) between the rows. Planting “slips” or “splits”* If you planting “slips” or “splits”, you do not have to wait a long time for the grass to grow before you can multiply it. Seedlings from the slips become established more quickly than those grown from cuttings. Cut Napier grass stems at ground level to remove all the green material. Dig up the clump of roots and shoots growing under the ground. Separate each seedling from the clump. Each seedling must have both roots and a shoot. Weed the Napier grass plot regularly. If any of the cuttings die, fill in the gaps with new ones. Harvest the grass when it is 90_120 cm (3_4 feet) high. Harvest the grass following a pattern. Beginning at one end of the row, cut enough grass to feed your animals for 1 day. The next day, cut the next grass along in the row. Carry on until you reach the end of the row. In this way, you will always be able to cut fodder for your livestock. Apply liquid manure by digging trenches in between the rows of grass. Don’t intercrop with cereals, as the grass will compete with the crop for nutrients and light. Don’t allow animals to graze on the napier grass, as they may damage or kill the plants. Don’t allow the grass to overgrow, as it may become a weed. নেপিয়ার ঘাস চাষ ঘোচাতে পারে বেকারত্ব !!! Cultivation and Utilization of Napier Grass Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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ক্যান্সারের প্রাকৃতিক কেমোথেরাপি ফলের চাষ এখন বাংলাদেশে : করোসল || Surprising Benefits Of Soursop
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE ক্যান্সারের প্রাকৃতিক কেমোথেরাপি ফলের চাষ এখন বাংলাদেশে : করোসল || Surprising Benefits Of Soursop Soursop also known as Graviola is an evergreen fruit that is rich in several compounds, it contains beneficial antioxidants and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and a small amount of iron that add values to human health. Soursop is a tropical fruity which has a thick prickly flesh with sweet soar taste. The fruits is native of the Carribeans and Americas though it is now widely grown in many countries of the world from Asia to Africa etc. In many parts of Africa and India, traditional medicine practitioners use soursop fruit in treating some sicknesses such as parasitic infection, hypertension, fever and others. Therefore, consuming of soursop help to boost the immune system and prevent the body from contracting diseases mentioned above and some others. The contribution of soursop fruit to human health are not limited to cancer treatment, energy boosting and bone health maintenance. Below are some of the health benefits of soursop 1. Helps in Cancer Treatment An impressive benefit of Soursop fruit is that it helps in cancer treatment; studies have shown that the extracts from Soursop have proven a solution to breast and liver cancer cells. Soursop contains a quite impressive amount of acetogenins which is an anti-cancer agent which have proved to have a therapeutic effect on cancer treatment but it comes with a limitation as it has a neurotoxicity effect. 2. Normalizes Blood Pressure One of the natural anti-oxidants contained in Soursop is phenols which has a lot of benefits to the human health. In many parts of the world, this fruit is used in the normalizing of the blood pressure in order to reduce hypertension. 3. Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties Soursop fruits are rich in anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants that help to suppress oxidative damages and promotes gastric health and is also said to contain anti-ulcer properties. 4. Induces Better Sleep Tryptophan present in Soursop functions as aromatherapy that the body needs to make niacin and serotonin in other to produce better sleep. 5. Relaxes the Muscles Certain substances that are present in Soursop help to make the muscle and the whole body feel relaxed after eating it. 6. Lowers Harmful Cholesterol Soursop fruit contains monosaturated fats that help in lowering the level of harmful cholesterol in the body and moderate blood pressure. 7. Helps Treat Fever In some parts of the world such as in India and most part of Africa, soursop has been locally used in the treatment of ill health conditions like fever and related conditions like hotness of the body, diarrhoea, malaria, dysentery and seizures. 8. Improve the Skin Additionally, the seeds of Soursop can be reduced to fine particles and used as skin astringents to treat body wrinkles and ageing lines on the body. The application of this substance to the skin can help in reducing skin related problems like skin papilloma as well prevent you from getting them. 9. Improves Vision Soursop contains lots of vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin E and Vitamin A which occurs in the form of beta-carotene. The vitamins acts as an antioxidants in the body as they help in reducing the risk associated to the eye. 10. Helps in Infection Treatment It has been tested and proved that soursop can help in the treatment of infections in the body such as those which are caused by a parasite, bacteria and fungi. 11. Reduces Blood Sugar Levels Diabetic patients avoid lots of foods and fruits which ordinarily would have provided them with enough nutrients but may be due to their abilities to increase the blood sugar level, they exclude them from their dietary plans. 12. Helps in Weigh Loss Soursop is one of the fruits which can help you reduce weight fast, it has been researched to help in weight loss as the experiment on rats was proven effective. ক্যান্সারের প্রাকৃতিক কেমোথেরাপি ফলের চাষ এখন বাংলাদেশে : করোসল || Surprising Benefits Of Soursop Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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বেহেশতি ফল ডুমুর || The Most Powerful Medicinal Fruit in the World : Fig (Anjeer) || Common Fig Tree
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE বেহেশতি ফল ডুমুর || The Most Powerful Medicinal Fruit in the World : Fig (Anjeer) || Common Fig Tree Ficus carica is an Asian species of flowering plant in the mulberry family, known as the common fig (or just the fig). It is the source of the fruit also called the fig, and as such is an important crop in those areas where it is grown commercially. Native to the Middle East and western Asia, it has been sought out and cultivated since ancient times, and is now widely grown throughout the world, both for its fruit and as an ornamental plant.The species has become naturalized in scattered locations in Asia and North America. Tree species : Common fig (Ficus carica), a tree cultivated for its edible fruit Curtain fig (Ficus microcarpa), also known as Chinese Banyan, Malayan Banyan, Taiwan Banyan, Indian Laurel Moreton Bay fig (Ficus macrophylla), a tree with buttress roots that can reach 60 meters (200 ft) in height Rusty fig (Ficus rubiginosa), also known as Port Jackson fig or little-leaf fig Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina), also known as Benjamin's fig, and often sold in stores as just ficus Ficus carica is a gynodioecious (functionally dioecious), deciduous tree or large shrub, growing to a height of 7–10 metres (23–33 ft), with smooth white bark. Its fragrant leaves are 12–25 centimetres (4.7–9.8 in) long and 10–18 centimetres (3.9–7.1 in) across, and deeply lobed with three or five lobes. The complex inflorescence consists of a hollow fleshy structure called the syconium, which is lined with numerous unisexual flowers. The flowers themselves are not visible from outside the syconium, as they bloom inside the infructescence. Although commonly referred to as a fruit, the fig is actually the infructescence or scion of the tree, known as a false fruit or multiple fruit, in which the flowers and seeds are borne. It is a hollow-ended stem containing many flowers. The small orifice (ostiole) visible on the middle of the fruit is a narrow passage, which allows the specialized fig wasp Blastophaga psenes to enter the fruit and pollinate the flower, whereafter the fruit grows seeds. See Ficus: Fig fruit and reproduction system. The edible fruit consists of the mature syconium containing numerous one-seeded fruits (druplets).The fruit is 3–5 centimetres (1.2–2.0 in) long, with a green skin, sometimes ripening towards purple or brown. Ficus carica has milky sap (laticifer). The sap of the fig's green parts is an irritant to human skin. বেহেশতি ফল ডুমুর || The Most Powerful Medicinal Fruit in the World : Fig (Anjeer) || Common Fig Tree Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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ইনকিউবেটরে কোয়েলের বাচ্চা ফোটানোর জন্য জরুরী কিছু তথ্য || Quail Eggs Hatching System in  Incubator
 
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ইনকিউবেটরে কোয়েলের বাচ্চা ফোটানোর জন্য জরুরী কিছু তথ্য || Quail Eggs Hatching System in Incubator The internet would have you believe that incubating and brooding Coturnix quail is difficult. I’m here to let you in on a secret… it’s not. Forget fumigation and floating techniques. It’s really no different than incubating a chicken egg. The only difference is that it takes less time and you might as well forget about candling. You simply pop your eggs in the incubator and start the clock (well, if you have an egg turner, otherwise you do have to turn them). INCUBATING COTURNIX QUAIL EGGS Coturnix quail go from being an egg to laying eggs in 8-9 weeks. Crazy, right? The first 17 days are spent incubating and days 18 and sometimes 19 are spent hatching. Much like chickens, there is no calendar in that egg, so quail chicks may begin to arrive as early as day 16 and as late as day 20. If you have chicks hatching before or after that window, you will want to confirm that your humidity and temperatures in the incubator are accurate. TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY Humidity levels are one of the first issues with incubating your Coturnix quail eggs. Less is more. In fact, many people have great success doing a dry incubation with their quail eggs. If you choose a humid incubation, aim for 45% humidity for the first 15 days and increase to 65% for the final three days. For temperatures, quail eggs incubate at a similar temperature to chicken eggs. If you are running a still air model incubator, aim for a temperature of 102ºF and rotate the eggs around the incubator when you turn them. In a forced air model incubator, aim for a temperature of 100ºF. TURNING YOUR QUAIL EGGS If you do not have an egg turner (which is a highly recommended investment if you plan to hatch quail eggs with any regularity), eggs need to be manually turned at least three times a day, though five times is better. Marking one side of the egg with an X and the other side with O makes it easier to confirm you’ve turned them all. CANDLING QUAIL EGGS Although you can try to candle as early as day 6, I personally never could see anything and stopped looking. My method is to let them sit in their turner until day 15 and just let them do their thing. On day 15, when I remove them from their turner for hatching, I hold them in my hand for a moment or up to my ear. The shells are very thin and often you can hear or feel them moving inside. I also noticed that infertile eggs weigh noticeably less than fertile eggs. Of course, if you are unsure, just let them stay in for the duration. Quail eggs have less risk of exploding than chicken eggs. HATCHING DAY FOR QUAIL I had read that hatch day was like watching popcorn popping in the microwave. Not much happens and then all of a sudden they all get popping out at once. There is some validity to that, but it’s not 100% accurate. There are always a few that are early to the party as well as several that are late to arrive. The ones in the middle do seem to go from unpipped to out at a startling rate. Once everyone is hatched and fluffy, it’s time to move on to brooding. Remember to have your brooder set up several hours in advance so it has time to warm before the chicks need to be moved. FOOD AND WATER As with any chick, feed and water need to be made available at all times. Water containers need to have marbles or rocks in them for the first week to prevent drowning. After the first week, any shallow water container will work. Quail need to be fed a high protein feed to keep up with their rapidly growing bodies. I like to use turkey/gamebird starter for the first 4 weeks, which is 28% protein content. Unfortunately, it’s hard to find this starter in mash consistency. It often comes in crumbles, which is too large for quail chicks. I purchased a coffee grinder at a thrift store and use that to grind the crumbles for the first two weeks. After two weeks, the quail seem to be able to handle the size of crumbles. ইনকিউবেটরে কোয়েলের বাচ্চা ফোটানোর জন্য জরুরী কিছু তথ্য || Quail Eggs Hatching System in Incubator Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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কেশরাজ গাছের গুণাগুণ || Proven Benefits of Eclipta Alba || Medicinal use of Bhringraj || False Daisy
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE কেশরাজ গাছের গুণাগুণ || Proven Benefits of Eclipta Alba || Medicinal use of Bhringraj || False Daisy Eclipta alba commonly known as False Daisy, and Bhringraj, is a medicinal plant belonging to the family Asteraceae. The greyish cylindrical roots are well developed. It popularly called ‘Kehraj’ in Assamese and ‘Kayanthakarra’ and/or ‘Kaikeshi’ in Tamil. Bangali name কেশরাজ গাছ,কেসুতি, কালো কেশী.Eclipta alba sprouts in moist places as a weed in warm temperate to tropical areas worldwide. It is widely distributed throughout India, China, Thailand, and Brazil. In ayurvedic medicine, the leaf extract is used as a powerful liver tonic, and especially good for the hair and skin. Eclipta is a small annual herb whose stem is usually erect, flat or round, blackish green, profusely branched and pubescent. Leaves are opposite, 3 to 5 cm long and blackish green in colour. The inflorescence is a head with 6 to 8 mm diameter. The flower is solitary, white, achene, compressed, and narrowly winged. Many blackish seeds are present in fruit. The appearance of the Flower starts during August- September months and fruiting occur up to November. Health Benefits Of Eclipta Alba : Liver Health Although jaundice often sounds like a disease from the long-distant past, many people in the world still suffer from this condition that severely affects the liver and its functionality, resulting in a discoloration of the skin. Bowel Inflammation If you suffer from the uncomfortable and embarrassing condition of hemorrhoids, finding relief can often be difficult. Eclipta alba has shown promising results in reducing the inflammation in that sensitive area and providing soothing, analgesic relief. Soothe the Stomach When consumed orally, Eclipta alba has been found to calm any disturbances in the stomach, namely indigestion or constipation. It can restore normal functionality to these areas of the body thanks to the rich variety of chemicals and organic compounds found in the plant’s extract. Urinary Infections Eclipta alba also has certain antibacterial and antiseptic properties that make it highly effective at preventing and treating infections. When taken for a urinary tract infection, Eclipta alba can quickly reduce discomfort and neutralize the bacteria to restore normal function to your bladder. Hair Health If you are concerned about premature hair loss or thinning, as well as dandruff, then adding a bit of Eclipta alba to your hair regimen is a very good idea. It can be mixed in with shampoos to moisturize the scalp, preventing dry skin and consequent dandruff. Furthermore, it can strengthen follices and follicle beds, preventing hair loss and slowing down conditions like male pattern baldness, while also providing a rich luster to your locks. Respiratory Issues For people suffering from chronic respiratory infections and coughs, a bit of Eclipta alba can go a long way. The antibacterial nature of the extract can clear up the infection, while the expectorant qualities can force out any remaining phlegm or mucus where additional pathogens may be growing. Eye Health The leaves of this plant have a very high carotene content, which is a crucial antioxidant substance for the health of your eyes. Carotene can eliminate the free radicals that cause macular degeneration and the formation of cataracts, so adding some Eclipta alba to your herbal diet regiment can keep your vision clear for years! Cancer Prevention Although there is some controversy about the reliability of this herbal extract for the treatment of cancer, early research has shown that Eclipta alba can inhibit the growth of cancer cells in the liver. While this line of research has been limited, it appears that the organic molecules in Eclipta alba disrupt the DNA molecules for the proliferation of cancer cells, thereby having a cytotoxic effect and killing those dangerous, mutated cells. কেশরাজ গাছের গুণাগুণ || Proven Benefits of Eclipta Alba || Medicinal use of Bhringraj || False Daisy Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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তক্ষক গিরগিটির দাম কেন লাখ টাকা || Tokay Gecko || Gekko Gecko || Hokkeng || Takshak
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE তক্ষক গিরগিটির দাম কেন লাখ টাকা || Tokay Gecko || Gekko Gecko || Hokkeng || Takshak The tokay gecko is known as a Bangladesh in তক্ষক,hokkeng in Chakma, takshak in Assamese, hankkok in Manipuri, tuko in the Philippines, tokkae in Malaysia, tokek in Indonesian/Javanese, tắc kè in Vietnamese, kokkek in Zomi, ตุ๊กแก [túkkɛː] in Thai,តុកកែ " tokkae " in Khmer ( Cambodian language ) Sawk-khe in HMAR and awke in Mizo for its characteristic vocalizations. This species occurs in northeast India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Bangladesh, throughout Southeast Asia, including the Philippines and Indonesia, and to western New Guinea in Melanesia. Its native habitat is rainforest, where it lives on trees and cliffs, and it also frequently adapts to rural human habitations, roaming walls and ceilings at night in search of insect prey. It is an invasive species in the Florida Keys. Increasing urbanization is reducing its range. The Tokay is a large gecko, reaching up to 35 centimeters in length. It is cylindrical but somewhat flattened in body shape. The eyes have vertical pupils. The skin is soft to the touch and is generally gray with red speckles, but the animal can change the color of its skin to blend into the environment. The species is sexually dimorphic, the males being more brightly colored. The male is territorial, attacking other Tokays and other intruders. The female lays clutches of one or two hard-shelled eggs and guards them until they hatch. The Tokay feeds on insects and small vertebrates.It has strong jaws with which it bites through the exoskeletons of rainforest insects. It is a strong climber with foot pads that can support the entire weight of the body on a vertical surface for a long period of time. Compared to other gecko species, the Tokay has a robust build, with a semi-prehensile tail, a large head and muscular jaws. Though common in the pet trade, the strong bite of the Tokay makes it ill-suited for inexperienced keepers. Their mating call, a loud croak, is variously described as sounding like token, gekk-gekk or poo-kay from which both the common and the scientific name (deriving from onomatopoeic names in Malay, Sundanese, Tagalog, Thai, or Javanese), as well as the family name Gekkonidae and the generic term gecko come. The call is similar to the call made by Gekko smithii, the large forest gecko. The gecko's call is also responsible for a slang name given to it by U.S. soldiers during the Vietnam War: the fuck-you lizard. Tokay geckos are culturally significant in many East Asian countries. Regional folklore has attributed supernatural powers to the gecko. In Southeast Asia it is a symbol of good luck and fertility.It is believed to be descended from dragons. This species is poached for the medicinal trades in parts of Asia.The Tokay gecko is an ingredient in Traditional Chinese medicine known as Ge Jie (蛤蚧). It is believed to nourish the kidneys and lungs, beliefs that are not substantiated by medical science. The animal remains highly sought after in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and other parts of Asia with Chinese communities, to the point where unscrupulous merchants have taken to disfiguring monitor lizards with prosthetics to pass them off as colossal Tokay gecko specimens. The Tokay gecko is quickly becoming a threatened species in the Philippines due to indiscriminate hunting. Collecting, transporting and trading in geckos without a license can be punishable by up to twelve years in jail and a fine of up to Php 1,000,000.00 under Republic Act 9147 in addition to other applicable international laws.However, the trade runs unchecked due to the sheer number of illegal traders and reports of lucrative deals. Chinese buyers and other foreign nationals are rumored to pay thousands of dollars for large specimens, because of their alleged medicinal value or as commodities in the illegal wildlife trade. তক্ষক গিরগিটির দাম কেন লাখ টাকা || Tokay Gecko || Gekko Gecko || Hokkeng || Takshak Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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উন্নত পদ্ধতিতে করলার চাষ || Bitter Gourd Farming Information Guide || Momordica charantia | করলা চাষ
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE উন্নত পদ্ধতিতে করলার চাষ || Bitter Gourd Farming Information Guide || Momordica charantia | করলা চাষ || Bitter melon plant Bitter Gourd Plant : Momordica charantia (করলা) is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit.Bitter melon originated in India and was introduced into China in the 14th century. Its many varieties differ substantially in the shape and bitterness of the fruit. It also known Bitter gourd, balsam pear, karela, bitter cucumber, bitter squash, African cucumber, alligator pear, ampalaya, goya. Growing Bitter Gourd : Bitter Gourd (করলা) is a favorite in Asian and Southeast Asian cooking. It can be stuffed with pork or shrimp and steamed or pickled or curried and served with meat or in soup. The Bitter Gourd (করলা) is a member of the Cucurbitaceae family, which includes squash, watermelon, muskmelon, and cucumbers. Bitter melon can be grown much like cucumbers or cantaloupes but they are a subtropical plant and require at least three to four months of warm to hot and humid weather to mature. Bitter Gourd Farming Information : Bitter Gourd (করলা) is a beautiful plant with deeply lobed leaves and eye-catching fruit that shifts from green to yellow to orange as it ripens. The taste is an acquired one for most people. It’s more bitter than an unripe grapefruit or very dark chocolate. For most individuals, the first taste is a mouth-puckering experience. This melon serves a nutritional punch, offering iron, twice the beta carotene of broccoli, twice the potassium of bananas, and twice the calcium of spinach. It also contains high amounts of fiber, phosphorous, and Vitamins C, B1, B2, and B3. How to Grow Bitter Melons (করলা) : Bitter Gourds (করলা) are most suited to tropical to subtropical temperatures and thrive in a variety of soils. This rapidly growing vine requires trellising and is usually grown upon a support for climbing vines that is at least 6 feet high and 4-6 feet apart. Bitter melon plant care dictates planting when there is no danger of frost and temperatures have warmed. Grown as an annual crop, seeds can be obtained from a number of suppliers and direct sown in almost any soil type, although growing bitter melons do best in deep, well-draining, sandy or silt loam. Bitter Gourd (করলা) has been used in various Asian and African herbal medicine systems for a long time.In Turkey, it has been used as a folk remedy for a variety of ailments, particularly stomach complaints.In traditional medicine of India, different parts of the plant are used as claimed treatments for diabetes (particularly Polypeptide-p, an insulin analogue), and as a stomachic, laxative, antibilious, emetic, anthelmintic agent, for the treatment of cough, respiratory diseases, skin diseases, wounds, ulcer, gout, and rheumatism. Harvest Bitter Gourd (করলা) about 12 to 16 weeks after planting and 8 to 10 days after blossom drop when the fruits are 4 to 6 inches (10-15 cm) long. The fruits will be a bit pear shaped, with light green skin and a few streaks of yellow. If fruits stay too long on the vine they will over-ripen, turn all yellow, grow too large, and become bitter. Fruits on the same vine can vary in their degrees of bitterness—melons both immature and overripe can taste very bitter. The Bitter Gourd (করলা) has a thin layer of flesh that turns orange to bright red when ripe. The flesh surrounds a hollow interior cavity with spongy, white pulp peppered with seeds. The fruit will be watery and crunchy much like a cucumber. Bitterness is the result of the alkaloid momordicine found in growing bitter melons; the darker the color of a bitter melon the more bitter and intense the flavor of the fruit. Once melons start to ripen, pick fruits regularly every two to three days. The more you pick, the more fruits will form. উন্নত পদ্ধতিতে করলার চাষ || Bitter Gourd Farming Information Guide || Momordica charantia | করলা চাষ || করলার চাষ পদ্ধতি Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Natural Beauty of Bangladesh Villages Road ।। Bangladesh Villages Road
 
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Natural Beauty of Bangladesh Villages Road ।। Bangladesh Villages Road. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Papaya Tree Planting in Bangladesh // Papaya Garden //How to Plant a Papaya Tree" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PyR3g97hYw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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History of Hazrat Shahjalal Mazar Gojal Fish || Holy Fish || হযরত শাহজালাল (রঃ) এর মাজারের গজার মাছ
 
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History of Hazrat Shahjalal Mazar Gojal Fish || Some information about Hazrat Shahjalal Mazar Gojal Fish Hazrat Shah Jalal Yameny (RA) also known as Hazrat Shah Jalal Muzarrad (RA) arrived at Kamrup, the place within the terrain of Sreehatta, currently known as Sylhet in the Hijri year 703 equivalent to 1303 AD. 360 Sufi-Darbesh came to Sylhet to help him in preaching Islam. When Hazrat Shah Jalal (Ra) came to preach Islam overwhelming majority of people were Hindus. After his death, he is buried at Dargah Mahallah, Sylhet. It is now the Tomb of Hazrat Shah Jalal. This place is so special for the devotee. There are some people who believe that their problem could be solved if they visit this place and ask from their heart. There are so many Gojal fishes in this mazar which consider holy to the devotee. This Mazar is a holy place for peoples of all religion, although it's a Muslim culture peoples from other religion likes Hindu also come here daily. This Mazar influence the political , social and cultural situation of Sylhet. Every politician come here before election and also if they visit Sylhet for any reason. The devotee performs different activities to show their respect. There is a Mosque in the Mazar where people can pray too. In Thursday & Friday night some of the devotee sings Marfoti songs over the night. Overall it is a mysterious place with peoples full of faith & spirituality. According to legend, one day his uncle, Sheikh Kabir gave Shah Jalal a handful of soil and asked him to travel to India. He instructed him to choose to settle and propagate Islam in any place in India where the soil exactly matches that which he gave him in smell and color. Shah Jalal journeyed eastward and reached India in c. 1300, where he met many great scholars and Sufi mystics. Apparently ignorant people worship the mazar, and think the fishes are sacred , and they visit the mazars when times of need or when calamity strikes them, we only worship our one and only creator ALLAH in times of need or not, yes we have respect for the pirs and awlias they came with the message of Islam in our lands, nothing more, Our Nabi said all sins will be forgiven but the sin of SHIRK will never be forgiven. How to go You have to take rickshaw or CNG auto rickshaw and head towards Dargah Mahallah from Sylhet Sadar. How To Reach: Sylhet District Three type of transportation mode is available towards Sylhet from Dhaka. You can get in there by bus, train or air. Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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ডায়াবেটিস এর মহৌষধ তেলাকুচা গাছ || Natural Herb for Diabetes - Coccinia Cordifolia /Tela Kochu
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE ডায়াবেটিস এর মহৌষধ তেলাকুচা গাছ || Natural Herb for Diabetes - Coccinia Cordifolia /Tela Kochu Coccinia grandis(তেলাকুচা গাছ), the ivy gourd, also known as scarlet gourd and Kowai, is a tropical vine. It is also very popular in the Indian state of West Bengal, known Kunduri in Bengali with popular Bengali cuisine like Kunduri Posto. In the indian north eastern state of Assam it is called as Kunduli and Tondekayi (ತೊಂಡೆಕಾಯಿ ) in Kannada. In Southeast Asia, it is grown for its edible young shoots and edible fruits. This plant is a perennial climber with single tendrils and glabrous leaves. The leaves have 5 lobes and are 6.5–8.5 cm long and 7–8 cm wide. Female and male flowers emerge at the axils on the petiole, and have 3 stamens. Its native range extends from Africa to Asia, including India, the Philippines, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, eastern Papua New Guinea, and the Northern Territories, Australia. Its documented introduced range includes the Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Guam, Saipan, Hawaii, the Marshall Islands, Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu. Seeds or fragments of the vine can be relocated and lead to viable offspring. This can occur when humans transport organic debris or equipment containing C. grandis. Once the ivy gourd is established, it is presumably spread by birds, rats, and other mammals. In Hawaii, the fruit may be dispersed by pigs.Long-distance dispersal is most commonly carried out by humans due to its culinary uses or by mistake. Regarded as very invasive and on the Hawaii State Noxious Weed List, ivy gourd can grow up to four inches per day. It grows in dense blankets, shading other plants from sunlight and highjacking nutrients, effectively killing vegetation underneath. It was introduced to Hawaii as a backyard food crop. It is sometimes tolerated along garden fences and other outdoor features because of its attractive white flowers. It has escaped to become a vigorous pest in Hawaii, Florida, Australia, and Texas. Medicinal value of Coccinia Cordifolia : In traditional medicine, fruits have been used to treat leprosy, fever, asthma, bronchitis, and jaundice. The fruit possesses mast cell-stabilizing, antianaphylactic, and antihistaminic potential.In Bangladesh, the roots are used to treat osteoarthritis and joint pain. A paste made of leaves is applied to the skin to treat scabies. Ivy gourd extracts and other forms of the plant can be purchased online and in health food stores. These products are claimed to help regulate blood sugar levels. Some research supports that compounds in the plant inhibit glucose-6-phosphatase.Glucose-6-phosphatase is one of the key liver enzymes involved in regulating sugar metabolism. Therefore, ivy gourd is sometimes recommended for diabetic patients. Although these claims have not been supported, a fair amount of research on the medicinal properties of this plant are focusing on its use as an antioxidant, antihypoglycemic agent, immune system modulator, etc.Some countries in Asia, such as Thailand, prepare traditional tonic-like drinks for medicinal purposes. Recipes : A variety of recipes from all over the world list the fruit, as the main ingredient. They are best when cooked, and are often compared to bitter melon. The fruit is commonly eaten in Indian cuisine. People of Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries also consume the fruit and leaves. In Thai cuisine, it is one of the ingredients of the very popular clear soup dish kaeng jued tum lueng and some curries kaeng khae curry and kaeng lieng curry. In India, it is eaten as a curry, by deep-frying it along with spices, stuffing it with masala and sauteing it, or boiling it first in a pressure cooker and then frying it. It is also used in sambar, a vegetable and lentil-based soup. ডায়াবেটিস এর মহৌষধ তেলাকুচা গাছ || Natural Herb for Diabetes - Coccinia Cordifolia /Tela Kochu Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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গ্যাষ্ট্রিক নিরাময়ে সহায়ক ঢেঁকিশাক || বউ শাক | ঢেঁকি শাক | Dryopteris Filix | Diplazium Esculentum
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE গ্যাষ্ট্রিক নিরাময়ে সহায়ক ঢেঁকিশাক || বউ শাক | ঢেঁকি শাক | Dryopteris Filix | Diplazium Esculentum Diplazium esculentum, the vegetable fern, is an edible fern found throughout Asia and Oceania. It is probably the most commonly consumed fern.It is known as pucuk paku and paku tanjung in Malaysia, pakô in the Philippines, dhekia (ঢেকীয়া) in Assam "Dhenkir Shaak (ঢেঁকির শাক) in Bengali, and linguda in northern India, referring to the curled fronds. In Thailand it is known as phak khut (Thai: ผักกูด). They may have mild amounts of fern toxins but no major toxic effects are recorded. The genus Diplazium is in the family Athyriaceae, in the eupolypods II clade of the order Polypodiales, in the class Polypodiopsida.Fiddleheads or fiddlehead greens are the furled fronds of a young fern,harvested for use as a vegetable. This plant is a large perennial fern with ascending rhizome of about 20 cm high and covered with short rufous scales of about 1 cm long. The plant is bipinnate with long brownish petioles, and the petiole base is black and covered with short scales. The frond can reach 1.5 cm in length, and the pinnae is about 8 cm long and 2 cm wide. The young fronds are stir-fried as a "vegetable" or used in salads. In Hawaii it is used to make pohole.The plant is sometimes grown as a house plant. Fiddleheads have antioxidant activity, are a source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and are high in iron and fibre.Certain varieties of fiddleheads have been shown to be carcinogenic. The fiddleheads of certain ferns are eaten as a cooked leaf vegetable. The most popular of these are: Western sword fern, Polystichum munitum, "king of northwest ferns." Bracken, Pteridium aquilinum, found worldwide (Toxic if not cooked fully). Ostrich fern, Matteuccia struthiopteris, found in northern regions worldwide, and the central/eastern part of North America (Health Warning). Lady fern, Athyrium filix-femina, throughout most of the temperate northern hemisphere. Cinnamon fern or buckhorn fern, Osmunda cinnamomea, found in the eastern parts of North America, although not so palatable as ostrich fern. Royal fern, Osmunda regalis, found worldwide. Midin, or Stenochlaena palustris, found in Sarawak, where it is prized as a local delicacy. Zenmai or flowering fern, Osmunda japonica, found in East Asia Vegetable fern, Athyrium esculentum, found throughout Asia and Oceania. Fiddleheads' ornamental value makes them very expensive in the temperate regions where they are not abundant. গ্যাষ্ট্রিক নিরাময়ে সহায়ক ঢেঁকিশাক || বউ শাক | ঢেঁকি শাক | Dryopteris Filix | Diplazium Esculentum Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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জগ ডুমুর বা যজ্ঞ ডুমুর || উদম্বুর || Ficus Racemosa Medicinal Uses || বাংলার বুনো গাছ গাছড়া
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE জগ ডুমুর বা যজ্ঞ ডুমুর || উদম্বুর || Ficus Racemosa Medicinal Uses || বাংলার বুনো গাছ গাছড়া Ficus racemosa (syn. Ficus glomerata Roxb.) is a species of plant in the family Moraceae. Popularly known as the cluster fig tree, Indian fig tree or goolar (gular) fig, this is native to Australia, Malaysia, Indo-China and the Indian subcontinent. It is unusual in that its figs grow on or close to the tree trunk, termed cauliflory. In India, the tree and its fruit are called gular in the north and atti in the south. The fruits are a favourite staple of the common Indian macaque. It serves as a food plant for the caterpillars of the two-brand crow butterfly (Euploea sylvester) of northern Australia. In the Atharva Veda, this fig tree (Sanskrit: uḍumbara or udumbara) is given prominence as a means for acquiring prosperity and vanquishing foes.For instance, regarding an amulet of the udumbara tree, a hymn (AV xix,31) extols: The Lord of amulets art thou, most mighty: in thee wealth's ruler hath engendered riches, These gains are lodged in thee, and all great treasures. Amulet, conquer thou: far from us banish malignity and indigence, and hunger. Vigour art thou, in me do thou plant vigour: riches art thou, so do thou grant me riches. Plenty art thou, so prosper me with plenty: House-holder, hear a householder's petition. It has been described in the story of Raja Harischandra of the Ikshvaku dynasty, that the crown was a branch of this udumbura tree, set in a circlet of gold. Additionally, the throne (simhasana) was constructed out of this wood and the royal personage would ascend it on his knee, chanting to the gods to ascend it with him, which they did so, albeit unseen. Its leaves are an indispensable part of many Hindu havans. Both the tree and the flower are referred to as the udumbara (Sanskrit, Pali; Devanagari: उडुम्बर) in Buddhism.[5] Udumbara can also refer to the blue lotus (nila-udumbara, "blue udumbara") flower. The udumbara flower appears in chapters 2 and 27 of the Lotus Sutra, an important Mahayana Buddhist text. The Japanese word udon-ge (優曇華, literally "udon/udumbara flower") was used by Dōgen Zenji to refer to the flower of the udumbara tree in chapter 68 of the Shōbōgenzō ("Treasury of the Eye of the True Dharma"). Dōgen places the udonge in the context of the Flower Sermon given by Gautama Buddha on Vulture Peak. Udonge is also used to refer to the eggs of the lacewing insect. The eggs are laid in a pattern similar to a flower, and its shape is used for divination in Asian fortune telling. In Theravada Buddhism, the plant is said to have used as the tree for achieved enlightenment (bodhi) by the 26th Lord Buddha, Konaagama (Sinhalese: කෝණාගම). In ancient times, both Hindu and Buddhist ascetics on their way to Taxila (Takshasila) travelling through vast areas of Indian forests used to consume the fruit during their travels. One challenge to vegetarians were the many fig wasps that one finds when opening a gular fig. One way to get rid of them was to break the figs into halves or quarters, discard most of the seeds and then place the figs into the midday sun for an hour. Gular fruit are almost never sold commercially because of this problem[citation needed]. The Ovambo people call the fruit of the cluster fig eenghwiyu and use it to distill ombike, their traditional liquor. Health uses The bark of audumbar (oudumbar) tree is said to have healing power. In countries like India, the bark is rubbed on a stone with water to make a paste, which can be applied over afflicted by boils or mosquito bites. Allow the paste to dry on the skin and reapply after a few hours. For people whose skin is especially sensitive to insect bites, this is a very simple home remedy. জগ ডুমুর বা যজ্ঞ ডুমুর || উদম্বুর || Ficus Racemosa Medicinal Uses || বাংলার বুনো গাছ গাছড়া Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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পুষ্টির ফেরিওয়ালা গ্রামীণ দেশী হেলেঞ্চা শাক || Helancha || Enhydra Fluctuans Herb Uses || তিতির শাক
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE পুষ্টির ফেরিওয়ালা গ্রামীণ দেশী হেলেঞ্চা শাক || Helancha || Enhydra Fluctuans Herb Uses || তিতির শাক Helancha (Enhydra Fluctuans) is an edible semi-aquatic herbaceous vegetable plant with serrate leaves, grows commonly all over Bangladesh.Grows in swampy ground in Tropical climate.Native to India, Bangladesh,Burma, Sreelankha and several places in south east Asia.Hingcha or Kankong-kalabau is found in Rizal Province in Luzon, being occasional along the banks of small streams in and about Manila. It was certainly introduced, being found also in tropical Africa and Asia to Malaya.In Bengal it is commonly known as Hingha and grows plenty in ponds & lakes. Perennial herb of swampy ground in coastal areas, till recently considered as a single species under the first name, but now recognized to be two: E. fluctuans only in the Niger Delta, but widespread in the tropics, and E. radicans from Senegal to Dahomey and Fernando Po.No usage of either species is recorded for the Region. The leaves of E. fluctuans are somewhat bitter and are eaten as a salad or vegetable in several tropical countries. In Zaïre E. fluctuans has been reported a favourite food of the hippopotamus. This plant is a prostate, spreading, annual herb. The stems are somewhat fleshy, 30 centimeters or more in length, branched, rooting at the lower nodes, and somewhat hairy. The leaves are stalkless, linear-oblong, 3 to 5 centimeters in length, pointed or blunt at the tip, usually truncate at the base, and somewhat toothed at the margins. The flowering heads are without stalks, are borne singly in the axils of the leaves, and excluding the bracts, are less than 1 centimeter in diameter. The outer pair of the involucral bracts is ovate and 1 to 1.2 centimeters long; the inner pair is somewhat smaller. The flowers are white or greenish-white. The acheness are enclosed by rigid receptacle-scales. The pappus is absent.Flower colour: beige, white. According to Burkill the young parts are used as a salad in several countries, including Malaya. Sometimes they are steamed before they are eaten. Guerrero reports that in the Philippines the leaves are pressed and applied to the skin as a cure for certain herpetic eruptions.In bengal it is washed,chopped and cooked as Sag fry or boiled with rice and eaten with boiled rice with boiled potato ,salt and mastered oil. Burkill reports that the young parts and the leaves of the plant are somewhat bitter and are used by the Malays as a laxative. Caius says that the leaves are useful in diseases of the skin and of the nervous system. The fresh juice of the leaves is prescribed in Calcutta as an adjunct to tonic metallic medicines, and is given in neuralgia and other nervous diseases. The leaves are antibilious. The expressed juice of the leaves is used as a demulcent in cases of gonorrhea; it is taken mixed with the milk of either a cow or a goat. As a cooling agent, the leaves are pounded and made into a paste which is applied cold to the head. Watt quotes Forsyth, who states that the plant is useful in torpidity of the liver. An infusion should be made the previous evening. It is boiled with rice and taken with mustard oil and salt. পুষ্টির ফেরিওয়ালা গ্রামীণ দেশী হেলেঞ্চা শাক || Helancha || Enhydra Fluctuans Herb Uses || তিতির শাক || Enhydra, Buffalo spinach,Helancha Spinach,হেলেঞ্চা,Water Cress Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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এলাচ উৎপাদনে বাংলাদেশের সাফল্য | Growing Green Cardamom in Bangladesh | এলাচী চাষ | Elaichi Farming
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE এলাচ উৎপাদনে বাংলাদেশের সাফল্য | Growing Green Cardamom in Bangladesh | এলাচী চাষ | Elaichi Farming Green Cardamom is one of the spices Bangladesh has to import regularly. A nursery owner in Bandorban’s Paindu Upazila, claiming to be the first Bangladeshi farmer to have successfully cultivated cardamom, says it is possible to be self-sufficient in the spice’s production with the right patronage. The success of 38-year-old has inspired other farmers and locals to take up Green Cardamom cardamom cultivation. Uttom Marma Nursery’ is now leading the cardamom revolution in the district. “I earn about Tk20,000 per month selling Green Cardamom saplings,” he told the Dhaka Tribune. “The demand for the saplings is growing day by day. I am getting orders from around the country.” He sells each sapling for between Tk1,200 and Tk1,500. He produces large cardamom and sells the spice in the local market after meeting his family’s demand. এলাচ উৎপাদনে বাংলাদেশের সাফল্য | Growing Green Cardamom in Bangladesh | এলাচী চাষ | Elaichi Farming Uttom Marma had a chance encounter with Indian farmer Boloram das at the 2014 BiswaIjtema. Rahman, who had success in cultivating cardamom, gifted his Bangladeshi friend two saplings the next year. “It all started with those two saplings. Now, I have more than 2,000 cardamom saplings,” Uttom Marma said. It takes about two to three years for the plant to bear fruit. More than a thousand saplings can be produced from 10 to 15 saplings on a one decimal plot,Uttom Marma said, adding that cardamom grows best on loam soil and the red hilly soil. Bandorban Department of Agriculture Extension Deputy Director Dr. Md Abdur Rahman said he had visited Uttom Marma’s cardamom project. “He has been successful in producing the spice. It is possible to spread the project throughout Bangladesh,” he said. “We will provide him all sorts of assistance.” এলাচ উৎপাদনে বাংলাদেশের সাফল্য | Growing Green Cardamom in Bangladesh | এলাচী চাষ | Elaichi Farming Paindu Upazila Ruma Officer Dipankar Roy echoed. “We will give Uttom Marma all the assistance to help him expand the cultivation of spices,” Roy said. Uttom Marma said, he lacked land and patronage. “I will be able to start a revolution in Green Cardamom cultivation if I get government support and land,” he added. Cardamom production employs plants of the genera Elettaria and Amomum in the ginger family Zingiberaceae. Cultivation of cardamom was introduced to Guatemala before World War I by Oscar Majus Kloeffer; today Guatemala is the world's biggest producer and exporter, followed by India and Sri Lanka; Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are the leading importers of the spice. After saffron and vanilla, cardamom is the third most expensive spice by weight. এলাচ উৎপাদনে বাংলাদেশের সাফল্য | Growing Green Cardamom in Bangladesh | এলাচী চাষ | Elaichi Farming Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Lifestyle of Rangamati Local People in Bangladesh  | Traditional Lifestyle of Rangamati People |
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Lifestyle of Rangamati Local People in Bangladesh | Traditional Lifestyle of Rangamati People | Rangamati (রাঙামাটি ) is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh. It is a part of the Chittagong Division and the town of Rangamati serves as the headquarters of the district. Area-wise, Rangamati is the largest district of the country. Rangamati, a small town located amongst the green hills, lakes and rivers of the Chittagong Hill Tracts. This is what makes it a prime Bangladesh hill destination. It is known as the Lake City of Bangladesh as this place is located on the bank of the beautiful Kaptai Lake. It is the administrative headquarter of the Rangamati Hill District, the largest district of Bangladesh and located some 77 kilometres away from Chittagong. Rangamati was a contesting ground for the kings of Tripura and Arakan. This region came under the Mughal Empire after the Muslim invasion in 1566.In 1737 Sher Mosta Khan, a tribal leader, took refuge with the Mughals. After this the Chakma settlement began along with various other settlements of varying ethnicity.From 1760 to 1761, this land was leased to the East India Company. The total population is 508,182 according to 2005 census of which tribal 52% and non-tribal 48%. The number of males is 287,060 and the females are 238,043 (Census 2001). The density of population is 83 per square kilometre (Census 2001). The number of household is 103,974 having the household size 4.8 (Census 2001). The total population is divided into Bangalees and eleven tribes (ethnic minorities): Chakma, Marma, Tanchangya, Tripura, Pankua, Lushai, Khiang, Murang, Rakhain, Chak, Bowm,Khumi. Tribal population : (as per census of 2005 ): Chakma-186,395, Marma-44,727, Tanchanga-18,607, Tripura-6,697, Pankho- 2,118, Bowm-1,053, khyang- 791, Lusai- 217, Chak- 177, Rakhain-70, Khumi- 50, Gurkha-03, Etc.-174. The economy of Rangamati is hugely dependent on agriculture with a total of 41.94% of the population employed there. Other occupational percentages are: agricultural labourer 12.06%, wage labourer 4.95%, commerce 8.22%, service 13.04%, fishing 2.02%, industry 4.57%, forestry 3.2% and others 10%. A grand total of 12275 hectares of land is used for cultivation,producing food and non food crops such as rice, potato, corn, mustard seed, cotton and jute among others. Fruits such as mango, jackfruit, banana, pineapple, litchi, black berry are also grown in Rangmati. The rich natural resources, diverse flora and fauna makes Rangamati a Bangladesh Eco-Tourism destination. The road leading to Rangamati circles and winds through hilly terrains covered with lush green forests and creates a memorable experience for years to come. The ethnic tribes of Rangamati are the Chakma, Marma, Tonchongya, Tripura, Murong, Bome, Khumi, Kheyang, Chak, Pankhoa, and Lusai. The mix of different races, cultures, religions and customs creates an interesting community at Rangamati. It is said that without visiting Rangamati a tourist will miss a colourful slice of Bangladesh. Visit Rangamati during October to February as the temperature remains cool and usually there is no rainfall, however, the beauty of Rangamati unleashes during the monsoon as the forest becomes greener, bursts with life and the rivers and waterfalls becomes replenished. Shuvolong a place in Borokol sub district, situated about 25kilometers (11kilometers – as the crow flies) away from Rangamati. There are few waterfalls in Shuvolong zone with the largest one falling from as high as 300 feet. In the past more than a few years, this place has twisted into a tourist journey’s end due to stunning waterfalls and the neighbouring market. Shuvolong is simply easy to get to by rapidity boat or motor boats from Rangamati. Bangladesh is a pleasing country in the world. There are lots of tourist spot in Bangladesh. Rangamati district is one of them. Rangamati is in the Chittagong division. Shuvolong Waterfalls is a good-looking waterfall in Rangamati. It is the attractive place of Rangamati. People visit there by boat. It is a well-known place with the tourists for the waterfall, high hills and the natural neighbouring it offers. This waterfall is just in advance the Shubholong Bazaar. Means from the waterfall, it will take from one place to another 5 minutes to reach at bazaar. So that Shuvolong is with no trouble easy to get to by speed boat or motor boats from Rangamati. Lifestyle of Rangamati Local People in Bangladesh | Traditional Lifestyle of Rangamati People | Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Please Subscribe for Daily New Videos.
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নেটের ভিতর শোল মাছ চাষ করে সবার নজর কেড়েছেন চট্টগ্রামের জয়নাল হোসেন || Shol Fish Firming
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE নেটের ভিতর শোল মাছ চাষ করে সবার নজর কেড়েছেন চট্টগ্রামের জয়নাল হোসেন || Shol Fish Firming Shol fish or channa striata is a cannibalistic freshwater fish. This fish found all over the south Asian countries. They are available in pond, plunge, canal, swamp, marsh, paddy field and almost all types of water. Shol fish is very strong and hardy. They also known as shoal fish, channa striata, shoul fish, snakehead fish etc. Physical characteristics, classification, food habit, diseases and breeding of this fish are described below. Classification of Shol Fish The scientific classification of this fish species are listed below. Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Chordata Class : Actinopterygii Order : Perciformes Family : Channidae Genus : Channa Species : C. striata Scientific Name : Channa striata Physical Characteristics The physical characteristics of shol fish are described below. The color of their body is blackish or brown. Body is cylindrical and long. There are many scales in the body of this fish. The front side of their head is angled like snake. As a result they are called snake head fish. Blackish tint available in the whole body of this fish. Caudal fin looks like sickle. There are teeth in the jaw. Backside is black colored and lower side is brown colored. Dorsal fin is long and there is a fishbone. Anal fin is long and there is no fishbone. Tail is unseparated. Lateral line is curved. Shol fish has an extra lungs. নেটের ভিতর শোল মাছ চাষ করে সবার নজর কেড়েছেন চট্টগ্রামের জয়নাল হোসেন || Shol Fish Firming Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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নেপিয়ার ঘাসের চাষ পদ্ধতি  || Planting Napier Grass || Hybrid Napier Grass Cultivation in Bangladesh
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE নেপিয়ার ঘাসের চাষ পদ্ধতি || Planting Napier Grass || Hybrid Napier Grass Cultivation in Bangladesh Napier grass is a fodder grass that produces a lot of high-protein forage. It is also known as “elephant grass”, “Sudan grass” or “king grass”. Its scientific name is Pennisetum purpureum. Napier grass is best suited to high rainfall areas, but it is drought-tolerant and can also grow well in drier areas. It does not grow well in waterlogged areas. It can be grown along with fodder trees along field boundaries or along contour lines or terrace risers to help control erosion. It can be intercropped with crops such as legumes and fodder trees, or as a pure stand. The advantage of napier grass is that it propagates easily. It has a soft stem that is easy to cut. It has deep roots, so is fairly drought-resistant. The tender, young leaves and stems are very palatable for livestock and grows very fast The disadvantage is that it is an aggressive plant that spreads through rhizomes under the ground. If it is not controlled, it can invade crop fields and become a weed. The older stems and leaves are less palatable for Goats. Plant them angled into the ground at about 30 degrees, so two of the nodes are buried in the soil and one is above the ground. Plant more rows with a spacing of about 90 cm (3 feet) between the rows. Planting “slips” or “splits”* If you planting “slips” or “splits”, you do not have to wait a long time for the grass to grow before you can multiply it. Seedlings from the slips become established more quickly than those grown from cuttings. Cut Napier grass stems at ground level to remove all the green material. Dig up the clump of roots and shoots growing under the ground. Separate each seedling from the clump. Each seedling must have both roots and a shoot. Trim the roots to about 5 cm (2 inches) long. Plant the seedlings in small holes or a furrow. Cover the roots with soil, but leave the shoots open to the air. Planting whole stems is useful during the heavy rains, and in hilly areas where you need the grass to sprout quickly to cover the ground. Plant them along the contour to control erosion. Cut whole young stems of Napier grass, about 2 m (6 feet) long. Put the stems end-to-end in a furrow, and cover them with soil. Water immediately. Weed the Napier grass plot regularly. If any of the cuttings die, fill in the gaps with new ones. Harvest the grass when it is 90_120 cm (3_4 feet) high. Harvest the grass following a pattern. Beginning at one end of the row, cut enough grass to feed your animals for 1 day. The next day, cut the next grass along in the row. Carry on until you reach the end of the row. In this way, you will always be able to cut fodder for your livestock. Apply liquid manure by digging trenches in between the rows of grass. Pour liquid manure into the trenches If the livestock do not eat all the grass, use the remainder as mulch or compost. Cut the grass 15_25 cm (6_10 inches) above the ground. Some farmers have found it is better to cut at ground level, though this may damage the plant too much. Fill in any gaps in the rows with fresh cuttings. Don’t use older stems as planting materials, as they will not germinate well. Don’t intercrop with cereals, as the grass will compete with the crop for nutrients and light. Don’t allow animals to graze on the napier grass, as they may damage or kill the plants. Don’t allow the grass to overgrow, as it may become a weed. Don’t allow the grass to grow too high (more than 120 cm or 4 feet), as Goats will not eat the tough bits. Warning: Napier grass can become invasive, especially in a warm, wet habitat, such as along a riverbank in a area with little to no frost. নেপিয়ার ঘাসের চাষ পদ্ধতি || Planting Napier Grass || Hybrid Napier Grass Cultivation in Bangladesh Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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রাঙ্গামাটি চাকমা তাঁতবস্ত্র সমিতি মার্কেট | Rangamati Handloom Board Chakma Lifestyle | Chakma Palli
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE রাঙ্গামাটি চাকমা তাঁতবস্ত্র সমিতি মার্কেট | Rangamati Handloom Board Chakma Lifestyle | Chakma Palli They are the largest ethnic group of Bangladesh. They also call themselves Changmas. They are concentrated in the central and northern parts of the Chittagong Hill Tracts where they live amidst several other ethnic groups. Exact population figures are lacking but the most reliable estimates put their number at 140,000 in 1956 and 230,000 in 1981. According to the 1991 population census, there were about 253,000 Chakmas. More than 90 percent of them are concentrated in Rangamati and Khagrachhari districts. The first written reference to Chakmas of the Chittagong Hill Tracts dates from about 1550 AD when the Portuguese map maker Lavanha indicated on the earliest surviving map of Bengal that Chakmas lived in a settlement on the Karnafuli river. Two main theories have been put forward about the earlier history of Chakmas. Both assume that they migrated to their present homeland. It was only after the annexation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts by the British (1860) and the promulgation of rules, which forbade hill agriculture (Jhum, shifting cultivation) in Chittagong district that these Chakma cultivators (and other hill cultivators such as the Marma) moved east to the Chittagong Hill Tracts. In the precolonial period, the Chittagong Hill Tracts had not been part of any state, although they had long been influenced by the waxing and waning of power centres in Tripura (to the north), Arakan (to the south) and Bengal (to the west). In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the Mughal empire collected tribute (cotton) from the area through local intermediaries. One of the most prominent of these intermediaries was the Chakma chief residing in an elevated landmass in the Karnafuli river channel. His family had considerable landholdings in the plains of Chittagong, ie, inside Mughal territory, and resided in Rangunia. In 1906, a hydroelectric project was proposed to be built, using the flow of the water in the Karnafuli river. But it was not until the 1950s that the plan took shape and a large hydroelectric project was commissioned at Kaptai, a riverside village close to Rangamati. When the Kaptai dam was completed in 1960, a big lake formed in the Karnafuli valley, flooding many villages and leading to the great exodus (or Bara Parang, as the Chakmas call it). About 100,000 people are thought to have fled the waters, most of them Chakmas. Many settled elsewhere in the district, including reserved forest areas, but in 1964, tens of thousands sought refuge in India. Traditionally, the Chakma lifestyle was closely linked with hill agriculture or shifting cultivation (jum in Chakma and jhum in Bengali). Living in settled villages, they would cultivate plots on surrounding hills for some years, then leave them fallow to recuperate naturally. Chakmas also cultivated land in river valleys. They had a well-developed system of land rights, which differed sharply from those in the plains. Most Chakmas are bilingual and speak Chakma and Bengali; many know other regional languages as well. The Chakma language has its own script, although today this is not commonly used and Chakma is now usually written in Bengali letters. Chakma literature runs from the oral traditions of the gengkhuli singers through literary periodicals (the first of which was Goirika started in 1936) to modern poetry. The vast majority of Chakmas are Buddhists, and they form the largest Buddhist population in Bangladesh. Integrated in their Buddhist practice are older religious elements, such as worship of the powers of nature. One of their annual highlights is the Bizu festival held in Chaitra, the last month of the Bengali year. Culturally, the Chakmas are in many ways more Southeast Asian than South Asian. They know neither the dietary restrictions nor the strict gender segregation of their Bengali neighbours. রাঙ্গামাটি চাকমা তাঁতবস্ত্র সমিতি মার্কেট | Rangamati Handloom Board Chakma Lifestyle | Chakma Palli Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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জ্বর আমাশয়ের চিকিৎসায় আমরুল শাক || Oxalis Corniculata (Creeping Woodsorrel) || Sleeping Beauty
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE জ্বর আমাশয়ের চিকিৎসায় আমরুল শাক || Oxalis Corniculata (Creeping Woodsorrel) || Sleeping Beauty Oxalis corniculata, the creeping woodsorrel, also called procumbent yellow sorrel or sleeping beauty, resembles the common yellow woodsorrel, Oxalis stricta. It is a somewhat delicate-appearing, low-growing, herbaceous plant in the family Oxalidaceae. It has a narrow, creeping stem that readily roots at the nodes. The trifoliate leaves are subdivided into three rounded leaflets and resemble a clover in shape. Some varieties have green leaves, while others, like Oxalis corniculata var. atropurpurea, have purple. The leaves have inconspicuous stipules at the base of each petiole. The fruit is a narrow, cylindrical capsule, 1–2 cm (0.4–0.8 in) long, and noteworthy for its explosive discharge of the contained seeds, 1 mm (0.04 in) long. This species is cosmopolitan in its distribution, and its place of origin is unknown, but it is considered an Old World plant. It is regarded as a weed in gardens, agricultural fields, and lawns. The leaves of woodsorrel are quite edible, with a tangy taste of lemons. A drink can be made by infusing the leaves in hot water for about 10 minutes, sweetening and then chilling.The entire plant is rich in vitamin C. Any woodsorrel is safe in low dosages, but if eaten in large quantities over a length of time can inhibit calcium absorption by the body. জ্বর আমাশয়ের চিকিৎসায় আমরুল শাক || Oxalis Corniculata (Creeping Woodsorrel) || Sleeping Beauty Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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শোল মাছের পোনা উৎপাদন এবং চাষের জন্য অবমুক্তকরণ পদ্ধতি || Shol Fish and Their Baby
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE শোল মাছের পোনা উৎপাদন এবং চাষের জন্য অবমুক্তকরণ পদ্ধতিঃ হ্যাচারিতে শোল মাছের পোনা চাপ প্রয়োগ পদ্ধতিতে উৎপাদন খুবই জটিল। অন্যদিকে প্রাকৃতিক পদ্ধতিতে শোল মাছের পোনা উৎপাদন করা খুবই সহজ। ডিসেম্বর/জানুয়ারি মাসে পোনা উৎপাদনের জন্য পুকুর প্রথমে ভালভাবে শুকিয়ে নিতে হবে। তারপর ২০/২৫ দিন এভাবে শুকিয়ে রাখতে হবে। এতে পুকুরের তলায় এক ধরনের ঘাস জন্মে। ঘাস জন্মালে পুকুরে পানি দিয়ে ভরতে হবে। এরপর পানির নীচে এসব ঘাস ধীরে ধীরে বড় হতে থাকবে এবং একসময় এই ঘাসগুলো পানির উপর ভেসে উঠবে। এ সময় কচুরীপানাও দেয়া যেতে পারে পুকুরে। তবে খেয়াল রাখতে হবে কচুরীপানায় যেন পুকুর ভরে না যায়। অভিজ্ঞতা থেকে দেখা গেছে, পুকুরে ঘাস হয়ে গেলে কচুরীপানা দেয়ার প্রয়োজন নেই। পুকুরের চারদিকে কমপক্ষে ৫ ফুট উচ্চতায় জাল দিয়ে বেড় দিত হবে। এরপরে পুকুরে শোল মাছ মজুদ করতে হবে। এক্ষেত্রে প্রতি শতাংশে ৪টি শোল ও ১০টি টাকি মাছ মজুদ করা যেতে পারে। মজুদের পর খাদ্য হিসেবে কার্প জাতীয় মাছের ধানীপোনা দেয়া যেতে পারে। এছাড়া ছোট ছোট ব্যাঙ বা ব্যাঙাচি দেয়া যেতে পারে। ছোট ব্যাঙ অনেক সময় লাফিয়ে চলে যেতে পারে। সে জন্য ব্যাঙগুলোকে আধমরা করে দিতে হবে। ব্যাঙাচি দিলে আধমরা করার কোন প্রয়োজন নেই। ব্রুড শোল মাছের খাদ্য হিসেবে ব্যাঙাচির তুলনা হয় না। এ জন্য ব্যাঙাচির চাষ করা যেতে পারে। বৈশাখ মাসের প্রথম থেকে শোল মাছ বাচ্চা দিতে (বাইশ) শুরু করে। বাচ্চাগুলো এক ঝাঁকে থাকে। সপ্তাহখানেক বয়সের হলেই ঠেলা জালি দিয়ে বাইশ (পোনার ঝাঁক) ধরে সিস্টার্ণ বা হাউজে নিয়ে যেতে হবে। খাদ্য হিসেবে প্রথম ১/২ দিন কিছুই খেতে চায় না। তারপরে খাবার হিসেবে চিংড়ি শুটকির গুঁড়া ভালভাবে পিষিয়ে দিতে হয়। এভাবে ২/৩ দিনেই খাবারে অভ্যস্থ হয়ে ওঠে। এভাবে ১৫ দিন খাওয়ানোর পর পোনাগুলো প্রায় ২/৩ ইঞ্চি সাইজ হয়। এরপর পোনাগুলোকে চাষের জন্য অবমুক্ত করতে হবে। Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Mystery of the Bayazid Bostami Turtle in Chittagong || Turtles of Bayazid Bostami Shrine
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Mystery of the Bayazid Bostami Turtle in Chittagong || Turtles of Bayazid Bostami Shrine in Chittagong Tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostam, Chittagong is dedicated to a saint named Sultan-ul Arefin and also known as Bayazid Bostami. It is a beautiful tomb perched on a hillock at Nasirabad which about 6 kilometers to the north-west of Chittagong town. Tourists and pilgrims all find the Tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostam, Chittagong quite attractive. The shrine is a famous stopover by the visitors and it has gained fame for being one of the renowned Tourist Attractions in Chittagong. In front of the Tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostam in Chittagong there is a large tank with more than hundred tortoises. According to the myths and legends, the tortoises are regarded as the descendants of the evil spirits or genie who were cast into the shape because they incurred the wrath of the great saints who visited the place about 1100 years ago. Tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostam is a dargah or mausoleum that is associated with the famous saint. The saint was born in the town of Bostam and died in the year 874 AD. The complex of the tomb consists of an enclosed part in a modern cemented structure. Moreover, an old mosque was built representing a Mughal style and is believed to be there since the periods of Aurangzeb. I had a chance to visit Chittagong last week. This time I was focused to revisit the shrine of Saint Bayezid Bostami, to see the popular and rare black soft shell turtle with more attention. I was interested about this endangered and almost extinct species and learned that the pond of Bayezid Bostami is not the only place left for this beautiful creature. Black soft shell turtle also known as the Bostami turtle in Bangladesh (after the saint of Bayezid Bostami), is a fresh water species { Aspideretes nigricans(=Trionyx nigricans), of the family Trionychidae, order Testudines} It was believed to be an endemic species. The wild population is almost extinct from the world. The population shows two colours: one with dark brownish-black carapace and the other olive-greenish; the carapace of hatchlings is predominantly light olive-green but marginally darker and having four distinct ocelli on the carapace consisting of five concentric rings.The nesting season extends from February to May.). Incubation period varies from 96-106 days. This turtles has some religious value in Bangladesh. Turtles of Chittagong is protected and taken care by the Shrine authority-'' the mazar committee', they don't allow any scientific research, or any specimen for breeding in wild. Moreover, many of them believe that these 'mazari' turtles are the descendants of the sinners, who are turned into turtle miraculously by the Saint at 13th Century. Many tourist visit the pond to see and feed them for their such religious value. There is another local belief is very popular about these reptiles, that if any person feeds them and the turtles take the meal, than his will come true. Some 300 turtle is living in the attached pond of the Shrine of Bayezid Bostami; however, still there is another artificial habitat is found in Gowhati,Assam, India, beside the Kamaksha mandir. According to wiki there are three habitats left for this turtles, all are situated in India and Bangladesh. Huge population is survived in two ponds and according to another source, it is believed there are few lives in the wild environment at the River Jia Bhoroli, a northern tributary of mighty Brahmaputra. So the spotted habitats are: Srine of Bayezid bostami , Chittagong , Bangladesh Nilachal Hill , Gowhati, Assam, India River Jia Bhoroli, Assam, India You can get to Chittagong by road and railway from other parts of the country. In addition to that the second largest city of Bangladesh is well connected by air link is available for Dhaka and Calcutta. Among the sights in Chittagong, Tomb of Sultan Bayazid Bostam, Chittagong is a renowned religious shrine which can be reached by car from Chittagong in Bangladesh. Mystery of the Bayazid Bostami Turtle in Chittagong || Turtles of Bayazid Bostami Shrine in Chittagong Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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বাংলাদেশ বিমান বাহিনী || Bangladesh Air Force Capability || Bangladesh  Air Force Ranks
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE বাংলাদেশ বিমান বাহিনী || Bangladesh Air Force Capability || Bangladesh Air Force Ranks History of Bangladesh Air Force (বাংলাদেশ বিমান বাহিনী) : The Bangladesh Air Force (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ বিমান বাহিনী, Bangladesh Biman Bahini, reporting name: BAF), is the aerial warfare branch of the Bangladesh Armed Forces, primarily tasked with the air defence of Bangladesh territory and providing air support to the Bangladesh Army and NavyThe Bangladesh Air Force was officially formed at the Sector Commanders Conference during its independence war from Pakistan in 1971. The majority came from the desertion of Bengali personal of Pakistan Air Force stationed in East Pakistan.Its official date of formation has been established as 28 September 1971 and it was launched formally by the Government on 8 October 1971. CHIEF OF AIR STAFF: Born in 1961, Air Chief Marshal Abu Esrar is the second son of Mr, Abu Ayub and Mrs. Akhtarunnesa, a very respectable Muslim family of Gazipur district. He joined Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) in 19 September 1978 and was commissioned in the General Duties (Pilot) branch on 01 February 1981. In his long illustrious career Air Chief Marshal Esrar has served in almost all the fighter squadrons of BAF in different appointments and flown a variety of fixed wing aircraft which includes PT-6, AA-5A, FUJI-200, FOUGA CM-170, PC-9, CT-4, FT-5. After independence: After independence, the BAF received a significant donation from the former USSR. Among the aircraft delivered were ten single-seat Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21MFs and two twin-seat Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21UMs. Later China also supplied some equipment. Apart from the aircraft of Kilo Flight which were donated to India, most Pakistan Air Force aircraft grounded in Dhaka due to runway cratering by the Indian Air Force during the liberation war, were sabotaged before surrender. Many of these were also returned to service by Bangladeshi ground technicians. The Pakistan Air Force prior to 1971 had many Bengali pilots, air traffic controllers, technicians and administrative officers. Many of them distinguished themselves during the Bangladesh Liberation War, they provided the nascent Bangladesh Air Force with a good number of trained personnel. It had grown with the repatriation of Air Force personal from Pakistan in 1973 after the Simla Agreement. Forces Goal 2030: The Bangladesh Air Force has an ambitious modernisation plan to be implemented in upcoming years under Forces Goal 2030. As per the goal, air force is to be a strong deterrent force to well protect the sky of Bangladesh. Plans are made to strengthen both air power and land based air defence capabilities. BAF has taken the delivery of sixteen Chengdu F-7BGI fighter aircraft, nine K-8W basic trainer aircraft, eleven Mil Mi-171Sh combat transport helicopters, three Let L-410 Turbolet transport trainer aircraft, sixteen Yakovlev Yak-130 advanced jet trainers and two AgustaWestland AW139 maritime SAR helicopters from 2010 to 2015. BAF is now awaiting to take delivery of 11 PT-6 basic trainers and two training helicopters. Additionally, the service has a territorial role of providing strategic air transport and logistics capability for the country. The Bangladesh Air Force employs around 17,000 full-time personnel, including 3,500 pilots and currently operates close to 150 aircraft. Since its establishment on 21 September 1971, the Air Force has been involved in various combat and humanitarian operations, from the Bangladesh Liberation War in which it was born to supporting international efforts including the Coalition of the Gulf War and United Nations peacekeeping missions. Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. বাংলাদেশ বিমান বাহিনী || Bangladesh Air Force Capability || Bangladesh Air Force Ranks Please Subscribe for Daily New Videos. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Papaya Tree Planting in Bangladesh // Papaya Garden //How to Plant a Papaya Tree" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PyR3g97hYw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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বাংলার গুল্ম কালকসুন্দা /কালকসিন্দা || Cassia Occidentalis || Senna Occidentalis || Coffee Senna
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE বাংলার গুল্ম কালকসুন্দা /কালকসিন্দা || Cassia Occidentalis || Senna Occidentalis || Coffee Senna Senna occidentalis (কালকসুন্দা /কালকসিন্দা) is a pantropical plant species.Senna occidentalis is an unarmed slender upright and short-lived (annual or biennial) shrub, 0.5-2.5 m tall, distinguished by foetid odour. Its once-compound leaves consist of 3-7 pairs of leaflets (2-10 cm long and 2-3 cm wide) that have pointed tips. A mounded gland at base of leaf stalk, no glands between leaflets. There is a conspicuous dark-coloured gland near the base of the stalk of each leaf. Its flowers (2-3 cm across) have five yellow petals and are borne in small clusters in the upper leaf forks. Its fruit is a somewhat flattened, straight or slightly sickle-shaped, pod (7.5-13 cm long and 8-10 mm wide). This species gives off a foul odour when damaged. Vernacular names include : ʻauʻaukoʻi in Hawaii, septicweed,coffee senna,coffeeweed, Mogdad coffee, negro-coffee, senna coffee, Stephanie coffee, stinkingweed or styptic weed. The plant is locally called Bana Chakunda in Odisha, India. The species was formerly placed in the genus Cassia. The plant is reported to be poisonous to cattle.The plant contains anthraquinones. The roots contain emodin and the seeds contain chrysarobin (1,8-dihydroxy-3-methyl-9-anthrone) and N-methylmorpholine. In Jamaica the seeds are roast, brew and serve as tea to treat Diuretic, hemorrhoids, gout, laxative, rheumatism, diabetes, rheumatis. Coffee Senna seeds Mogdad coffee seeds can be roasted and used as a substitute for coffee. They have also been used as an adulterant for coffee. There is apparently no caffeine in mogdad coffee. Despite the claims of being poisonous, the leaves of this plant, Dhiguthiyara in the Maldivian language,have been used in the diet of the Maldives for centuries in dishes such as mas huni and also as a medicinal plant. Almost all parts (leaf, root, seeds) of the plant are used as food and medicine by tribal populations in India. However, consumption of Bana Chakunda seeds has been identified as a possible cause of death of tribal children due to acute Encephalopathy (see Acute HME syndrome).Once the plant was identified as the cause, the number of deaths plummeted. The same thing happened in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil where 16 outbreaks were recorded.which was a record in comparison to the clinical study of 1979 at which 8 calves died after contracting dyspnea, neutrophilia and tachycardia from consumption of the plant. বাংলার গুল্ম কালকসুন্দা /কালকসিন্দা || Cassia Occidentalis || Senna Occidentalis || Coffee Senna Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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মাছের খাদ্যের জন্য প্যারেট পোকা উৎপাদন || Ofera Insects Production for Fish Feeding
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE মাছের খাদ্যের জন্য প্যারেট পোকা উৎপাদন || Insects Production for Fish Feeding || Fish Feeding Making Fish, just like people, need to feed every day. The setting in which your fish live is of course important, but something else that is very crucial to their survival is what food they eat. Did you know that you can cut the cost of fish feeds by making it in your kitchen? It is fun, easy, and can help you raise healthy fish. Recently, Mukono farmers were trained in fresh water fish farming, in fish breeding in order to have healthy fish that can help them generate more income. The most exciting bit was learning how to make fish feed. The production of fish feed/aquafeed requires a fine balance of all of the nutrient components (protein, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and total energy). An unbalanced feed will cause reduced growth, nutritional disorders, illness and, eventually, higher production costs. Homemade foods should be fed sparingly and care should be taken to remove uneaten portions as soon as possible. ‘Real’ food breaks food breaks down quickly and can foul the environment. Fish won’t require nearly as much of it to surpass a processed food diet anyway. Depending on your current maintenance schedule, you may have to step it up. মাছের খাদ্যের জন্য প্যারেট পোকা উৎপাদন || Insects Production for Fish Feeding || Fish Feeding Making Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Healing Powers of Prickly Chaff Flowers (Achyranthes Aspera ) || আপাং একটি মহা মূল্যবান ভেষজ ঔষধিগাছ
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Healing Powers of Prickly Chaff Flowers (Achyranthes aspera ) || আপাং একটি মহা মূল্যবান ভেষজ ঔষধিগাছ Prickly chaff flower (আপাং) is a perennial herb species, also known as Achyranthes aspera. Prickly chaff flower is from the family of Amaranthaceae, which includes over 2,000 species of flowering plants. Prickly chaff flower is recognized for its long and spiky greenish-white flowers. 1,2 Achyranthes aspera(আপাং)/ (common names: chaff-flower, prickly chaff flower, devil's horsewhip, Sanskrit: अपामार्ग apamarga) is a species of plant in the Amaranthaceae family. It is distributed throughout the tropical world. It can be found in many places growing as an introduced species and a common weed. It is an invasive species in some areas, including many Pacific Islands environments. Prickly chaff flower (আপাং) is native to the tropical regions of Asia as well as India. It has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine, the traditional medicine system of India. Another common traditional name for Prickly chaff flower is latjeera. Prickly Chaff Flowers (আপাং) grows in Europe, Asia, Nepal, Australia and many other countries. Healing Powers of Prickly Chaff Flowers (Achyranthes aspera ) : Prickly Chaff Flowers have many healing qualities that are very useful… it’s a very important herbal remedy around the world. Detoxing – Prickly Chaff Flower is a powerful diuretic agent helping to get rid of excess water and detox the body. Boosts Immune System – Prickly Chaff Flowers boost your immune system with powerful antioxidants. Diabetes – Prickly Chaff Flowers lowers blood sugar making great for diabetics. Alkalising – Prickly Chaff Flowers are very alkaline thus helping to prevent disease such as cardiovascular disease and cancer caused by body acidity. Cancer – Prickly Chaff Flowers contains saponins that are powerful anticancer agents. Antidepressant – Studies show that Prickly Chaff Flowers have a powerful antidepressant effect. Uterine Problems – Studies show that Prickly Chaff Flowers create regular periods and good uterine health. Weight Loss – Studies show that Prickly Chaff Flowers have the ability to delay absorption of fats. Anti-inflammatory – Prickly Chaff Flowers (আপাং) are a powerful anti-inflammatory agent for arthritis, joint disease… plus and inflammation of internal organs and the uterus. Antioxidants – Prickly Chaff Flowers contain 4 different kinds of saponins which are powerful antioxidants. Lowers Blood Pressure – Prickly Chaff Flower contains alkaloids that open up blood vessels and thus help to lower blood pressure. Lowers Heart Rate – This important herb also slows a racing heart and creates calm. GI Tract – Prickly Chaff Flowers are a bitter that soothes the GI tract and calms the stomach and intestines… and works well for getting rid of nausea and vomiting. Asthma – Prickly Chaff Flowers open up the lungs making it great for bronchitis and asthma. In India the flowers are made into a paste with equal equal amounts of garlic and black pepper to treat asthma and bronchitis – take 1/2 teaspoon 3 to 4 times a day… also works well for fevers associated with colds and flues. Expectorant – Prickly Chaff Flowers are a good agent for getting rid of excess mucus in the lungs. Edema and Ascites – Because Prickly Chaff Flowers are a diuretic it also helps to get rid of ascites and edema. Laxative – In large doses this great plant is a very good laxative for constipation. Kidney Stones – Because Prickly Chaff Flowers are a good diuretic it flushes out kidney stones. Urinary Infections – Prickly Chaff Flowers help to ride the bladder of invading bacteria. Anemia – In India Prickly Chaff Flowers powder is added to milk to increase red blood cell production… and it also soothes away GI tract problems. Lowers Cholesterol – Prickly Chaff Flowers lower LDL or bad cholesterol and triglycerides with saponins. Healing Powers of Prickly Chaff Flowers (Achyranthes aspera ) || আপাং একটি মহা মূল্যবান ভেষজ ঔষধিগাছ Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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দাড়িওয়ালা লিচু রাম্বুটান || রাম্বুটান চাষ পদ্ধতি || Nephelium Lappaceum || Rambutan Red Fruit
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE দাড়িওয়ালা লিচু রাম্বুটান || রাম্বুটান চাষ পদ্ধতি || Nephelium Lappaceum || Rambutan Red Fruit The rambutan (/ræmˈbuːtən/, taxonomic name: Nephelium lappaceum) is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae. The name also refers to the edible fruit produced by this tree. The rambutan is native to the Malay-Indonesian region,and other regions of tropical Southeast Asia.It is closely related to several other edible tropical fruits including the lychee, longan, and mamoncillo. The name "rambutan" is derived from the Malay-Indonesian languages word for rambut or "hair", a reference to the numerous hairy protuberances of the fruit, together with the noun-building suffix -an.In Vietnam, it is called chôm chôm (meaning "messy hair") due to the spines covering the fruit's skin. Native to tropical Southeast Asia, rambutan is commonly grown in various countries throughout the region.It has spread from there to parts of Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Central America.[6] The widest variety of cultivars, wild and cultivated, are found in Indonesia and Malaysia. Around the 13th to 15th centuries, Arab traders, who played a major role in Indian Ocean trade, introduced rambutan into Zanzibar and Pemba of East Africa.There are limited rambutan plantings in some parts of India. In the 19th century, the Dutch introduced rambutan from their colony in Southeast Asia to Suriname in South America. Subsequently, the plant spread to tropical Americas, planted in the coastal lowlands of Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Trinidad, and Cuba. In 1912, rambutan was introduced to the Philippines from Indonesia. It is an evergreen tree growing to a height of 12–20 m.[4] The leaves are alternate, 10–30 cm long, pinnate, with three to 11 leaflets, each leaflet 5–15 cm wide and 3–10 cm broad, with an entire margin. The flowers are small, 2.5–5 mm, apetalous, discoidal, and borne in erect terminal panicles 15–30 cm wide. Rambutan trees can be male (producing only staminate flowers and, hence, produce no fruit), female (producing flowers that are only functionally female), or hermaphroditic (producing flowers that are female with a small percentage of male flowers). The fruit is a round to oval single-seeded berry, 3–6 cm (rarely to 8 cm) long and 3–4 cm broad, borne in a loose pendant cluster of 10–20 together. The leathery skin is reddish (rarely orange or yellow), and covered with fleshy pliable spines, hence the name, which means 'hairs'. The fruit flesh, which is actually the aril, is translucent, whitish or very pale pink, with a sweet, mildly acidic flavor very reminiscent of grapes. The single seed is glossy brown, 1–1.3 cm, with a white basal scar.Soft and containing equal portions of saturated and unsaturated fats,the seeds may be cooked and eaten. The peeled fruits can be eaten raw, or cooked and eaten: first, the grape-like fleshy aril, then the nutty seed, with no waste. Rambutan is adapted to warm tropical climates, around 22–30 °C, and is sensitive to temperatures below 10 °C.It is grown commercially within 12–15° of the equator.[13] The tree grows well at elevations up to 500 m (1,600 ft) above sea level, and does best in deep soil, clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrive on hilly terrain as they require good drainage.Rambutan is propagated by grafting,air-layering,and budding; the latter is most common as trees grown from seed often produce sour fruit. Budded trees may fruit after two to three years with optimum production occurring after eight to 10 years. Trees grown from seed bear after five to six years. Male trees are seldom found, as vegetative selection has favored hermaphroditic clones that produce a high proportion of functionally female flowers and a much lower number of flowers that produce pollen. Each flower has six anthers, usually a bilobed stigma, and one ovule in each of its two sections (locules).The flowers are receptive for about one day. দাড়িওয়ালা লিচু রাম্বুটান || রাম্বুটান চাষ পদ্ধতি || Nephelium Lappaceum || Rambutan Red Fruit Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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গুলঞ্চের পরিচিতি ও ভেষজ গুনাবলী || Beneficial Effects of Tinospora Cordifoli || Giloy || Guduch
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE গুলঞ্চের পরিচিতি ও ভেষজ গুনাবলী || Beneficial Effects of Tinospora Cordifoli || Giloy || Guduch Tinospora cordifolia (গুলঞ্চ লতা) is known as queen of all herbs.giloy, which is known by the common names heart-leaved moonseed,guduchi and Tinospora cordifolia, is an herbaceous vine of the family Menispermaceae indigenous to the tropical areas of India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. It is supposed to be the nectar of god Indra, that’s why, it is considered Amrita (pious liquid or nectar). It is used in the treatment and curing of many diseases and known as panacea for all the diseases and disorders. Tinospora cordifolia is used in multiple drug formulations. It has many health benefits such as anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, anti-allergic, anti-malarial, anti-diabetic and anti-impotency. In the modern medical science, it is known as antioxidant. Tinospora cordifolia is found throughout the tropical regions of India. The creeper is traced its origin in India and widely used as medicinal herb both in Ayurveda as well as Unani. Its medical importance is known since the ancient times; especially the ancient physicians who used it to cure a number of diseases. Different names of Tinospora cordifolia : English: Tinospora Hindi: Giloy, Gulancha Sanskrit: Amrita, Guduchi, Chchinna, Amritavalli, Amritavallari, Punjabi: Batindu, Garham, Garum Marathi: Giloya Bengali: Gulancha Gujrati: Gilaya Kannada: Giloy Nutritional facts of Tinospora cordifolia : It is abundant in alkaloids. Diterpenes are of great interest for their number and chemistry. The other bio-chemical substances, which are found in Tinospora cordifoliaare steroids, flavonoids, lignans, carbohydrates, etc. Its bio-chemical products are used in the manufacturing of many herbal, ayurvedic and modern medicines. Top Benefits of Tinospora cordifolia : Tinospora cordifolia is useful in the promotion and restoration of health and make you ready for holistic well-being. It is helpful in de-stress and anxiety and having immunomodulatry effects. Besides, it has many unknown health benefits and uses. Full of immunogenic properties: It is great for the immune system. It helps to cure infectious diseases of bones, lungs, intestines, blood disorders, intermittent fever and dysfunctions of the liver. Skin diseases: When Tinospora cordifolia is taken with ghee on empty stomach in the morning, helps to cure all types of skin diseases including, acute & chronic dermatitis, prickly heat, sunburn, pruritus associated with urticaria, all forms of cosmetic allergy, ringworm, psoriasis, leucoderma and leprosy. Panacea for liver diseases: It helps to vitalize the liver and prevent any further damage to this vital organ. Its decoction is also good for kidney and heart. Prevent cancer: It stimulates the proliferation of stem cells and increases in total white blood cells and bone-marrow cells thus enhance antibody-producing cells and phagocytic activities. Stress management: The aqueous, alcoholic, acetone and petroleum ether extracts of the stem of Tinospora Cordifolia have shown anti-stress activity and Pyrrolidine isolated from the ethylacetate extract of T. Diabetes control: Tinospora cordifolia gives immediate and beneficial effect in glucose tolerance and adrenaline induced Hyperglycaemia. It helps in the production of insulin and enhances the capacity to burn glucose. It decreases the blood sugar level. Heart disease:Tinospora cordifolia along with piper nigum has positive impact on cardiac conditions such as angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, ischemic heart diseases and certain arrhythmias. Tinospora cordifolia for urinary infections: Tinospora cordifoliais used to cure all type urinary infections such as uricouria, ketonuria, glycouria, haematuria, albuminuria, dysuria, crystaluria, burning micturition in cystitis, urethritis and particularly in diabetes mellitus. গুলঞ্চের পরিচিতি ও ভেষজ গুনাবলী || Beneficial Effects of Tinospora Cordifoli || Giloy || Guduch || গুলঞ্চ লতা Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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যেভাবে মিষ্টি আলু তোলা হয় || How to Harvest and Store Sweet Potatoes || Picking Sweet Potatoes
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE যেভাবে মিষ্টি আলু তোলা হয় || How to Harvest and Store Sweet Potatoes || Picking Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes (মিষ্টি আলু) are usually ready to harvest just as the ends of the vines begin to turn yellow, or just before frost in the North. To avoid injuring tubers, find the primary crown of the plant you want to dig, and then use a digging fork to loosen an 18-inch wide circle around the plant. Pull up the crown and use your hands to gather your sweet potatoes. To make digging easier and get the vines out of your way, you can cut some of them away before digging. Harvest before frost because cool temperatures can reduce the quality of the potatoes and their ability to keep. Harvest sweet potatoes (মিষ্টি আলু) as soon as they are big enough to eat—usually when the ends of the vines begin to turn yellow. Most sweet potato (মিষ্টি আলু) varieties are ready to harvest 95 to 120 days after transplanting. But smaller tubers—called “baby bakers”—can be lifted sooner if they are big enough to eat. Lift a few tubers to make sure they are the right size before you dig up the whole patch. Sweet potatoes (মিষ্টি আলু) are tropical. Lift your crop before the first frost. Sweet potato roots will continue to grow until frost kills the vines. Lift the crop if a hard frost is predicted and before the soil temperature drops to 50°F (10°C). A hard frost can cause damage to roots near the surface. If you can’t harvest your crop before frost, mulch the patch heavily with straw or fallen leaves Cut or trim the vines two or three days before harvest; this will help toughen the skins and help reduce skinning the roots at harvest. Minor nicks or cuts can cause tubers to decay. To lift sweet potatoes, find the crown of the plant and then use a hand or garden fork to loosen the soil in an 18-inch (46 cm) wide circle around the plant. Lift the crown and use your hands to unearth the tubers. Sweet potatoes tend to grow near the surface. Dig carefully to avoid bruising the tubers; bruising can lead to rot. To find the crown of the plant, you may want to trim back the vines. Sweet potatoes (মিষ্টি আলু) should be handled as little as possible to prevent bruising and skinning. Use cotton gloves to reduce skinning during harvest. Sweet potatoes (মিষ্টি আলু) are not very sweet when first dug. To sweeten, they need a period to sit and cure. Curing sweet potatoes: To cure sweet potatoes: shake off the soil then lay them in a warm (80°F to 90°F/26-32°C), well-ventilated place for about 10 days, longer if the air temperature is cooler. Sweet potatoes should be cured with high relative humidity (85-90 percent); curing tubers in perforated plastic bags will keep the humidity high. As roots cure starch will be converted to sugar and the tubers will become sweeter. Uncured sweet potatoes do not bake well. Storing sweet potatoes: Store sweet potatoes after curing in a cool, dark place at about 60°F (16°C). Do not refrigerate or store sweet potatoes below 50°F (10°C). Store only sound, whole roots that are free from disease and insect damage. Use cut pieces and damaged roots as soon as possible; do not store damaged roots. Store sweet potatoes in a single layer; wrap the tubers individually in newspaper. The tubers should keep for 4 to 6 months in a spot that is 55 to 65°F. যেভাবে মিষ্টি আলু তোলা হয় || How to Harvest and Store Sweet Potatoes || Picking Sweet Potatoes Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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হারিয়ে যাচ্ছে ভেষজ গুণসম্পন্ন বৃক্ষ ‘নাগলিঙ্গম’ || Cannonball Tree || About Couroupita Guianensis
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE হারিয়ে যাচ্ছে ভেষজ গুণসম্পন্ন বৃক্ষ ‘নাগলিঙ্গম’ || Cannonball Tree || About Couroupita Guianensis || হাতির জোলাপ About Couroupita Guianensis : Couroupita guianensis , known by a variety of common names including cannonball tree, is a deciduous tree in the family Lecythidaceae, which also includes the Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa) and Paradise nut Lecythis zabucajo. It is native to the rainforests of Central and South America, and it is cultivated in many other tropical areas throughout the world because of its beautiful, fragrant flowers and large, interesting fruits. There are medicinal uses for many parts of Couroupita guianensis,and the tree has cultural and religious significance in India, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asia. Couroupita guianensis is a tree that reaches heights of up to 35 metres (110 ft). The leaves, which occur in clusters at the ends of branches, are usually 8 to 31 centimeters (3 to 12 inches) long, but can reach lengths of up to 57 centimeters (22 inches). The flowers are born in racemes up to 80 centimeters (31 inches) long. Some trees flower profusely until the entire trunk is covered with racemes. One tree can hold as many as 1000 flowers per day. The flowers are strongly scented, and are especially fragrant at night[8] and in the early morning. They are up to 6 centimeters (2.5 inches) in diameter, with six petals, and are typically brightly colored, with the petals ranging from shades of pink and red near the bases to yellowish toward the tips. There are two areas of stamens: a ring of stamens at the center, and an arrangement of stamens that have been modified into a hood. The fruits are spherical with a woody shell and reach diameters of up to 25 centimeters (10 inches), which give the species the common name "cannonball tree". Smaller fruits may contain about 65 seeds, while large ones can hold as many as 550.One tree can bear 150 fruits. The fruits take up to a year to mature in most areas, sometimes as long as 18 months. হারিয়ে যাচ্ছে ভেষজ গুণসম্পন্ন বৃক্ষ ‘নাগলিঙ্গম’ || Cannonball Tree || About Couroupita Guianensis || হাতির জোলাপ The tree was named Couroupita guianensis by the French botanist Jean Baptiste Christophore Fusée Aublet in 1775. Common names in other languages include many translations of the English cannonball tree. Common names include macacarecuia (Portuguese), coco sachapura (Colombia, Panama), bala de cañón (Costa Rica, Panama), kanonskogelboom (Dutch), arbre à boulet de canon (French), kouroupitoumou (French Guiana), 'Nagalinga Ful' (or nagalingam) (Bengali), Nagalinga Pushpa (Kannada), Nagalingam or Lingam (Tamil), నాగమల్లి Nagamalli (Telugu), sala (Indonesia), granadillo de las huacas (Panama), ayahuma (Peru), and boskalebas (Suriname). It is also called Naaga danthee in Malayalam and Nagakeshara ନାଗକେଶର in Odia. Perhaps the curiosity provoked by this strange tree comes from the fact that the fruit appears to be developing straight from the trunk of the tree as opposed to normal fruit trees like the apple, but also in that the fruit has a truly awful stench to it, unlike the flowers.Couroupita guianensis is planted as an ornamental for its showy, scented flowers, and as a botanical specimen for its interesting fruit. The fruit is edible, but is not usually eaten by people because it can have an unpleasant smell. It is fed to livestock such as pigs and domestic fowl. Couroupita Guianensis /‘নাগলিঙ্গম / Cannonball tree medicinal uses : There are many medicinal uses for the plant. Native Amazonians use extracts of several parts of the tree to treat hypertension, tumors, pain, and inflammation. It has been used to treat the common cold, stomachache, skin conditions and wounds, malaria, and toothache. হারিয়ে যাচ্ছে ভেষজ গুণসম্পন্ন বৃক্ষ ‘নাগলিঙ্গম’ || Cannonball Tree || About Couroupita Guianensis || হাতির জোলাপ Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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বিষকাটালি বিষ-ব্যাথার মহা ওষুধ  || Persicaria Lapathifolia || Persicaria Tomentosa || ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE বিষকাটালি বিষ-ব্যাথার মহা ওষুধ || Persicaria Lapathifolia || Persicaria Tomentosa || ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ Persicaria lapathifolia (syn. Polygonum lapathifolium), known as pale persicaria, is a plant of the family Polygonaceae. It is closely related to Persicaria maculosa and as such is considered a weed in Britain and Europe. Other common names for the plant include pale smartweed, curlytop knotweed, and willow weed. It is a species complex made up of a great many varying forms, sometimes considered varieties. The environment also has a strong influence on the morphology of an individual plant. Persicaria lapathifolia is an annual herb with erect reddish stems with swollen joints, growing to a height of 20 to 80 cm (8 to 31 in). The leaves are alternate with short stalks, often densely hairy underneath. The leaf blades often have a dark-coloured blotch in the centre and are lanceolate or narrowly elliptical and have entire margins. Each leaf base has stipules which are fused into a stem-enclosing sheath that is loose and fringed with few if any hairs at the upper end. The inflorescence is a dense spike, often nodding. The perianth of each tiny pink flower consists of four or five lobes, fused near the base. There are six stamens, two partially fused carpels and two styles. The fruit is a rounded, flattened nut. This plant flowers from July to September in northern temperate regions. Persicaria lapathifolia is found in many parts of both the Old World and New World.Many varietal and sub-specific names have been coined, as the plant is morphologically variable. The species is found growing on the sea shore and in disturbed ground such as arable land, gardens, waste ground, rubbish tips and road verges. The plant can be found from the temperate zone through to the tropics.Succeeds in an ordinary garden soil but prefers a moisture retentive not too fertile soil in sun or part shade. Repays generous treatment.Stems in contact with damp soil or water may develop adventitious roots from the nodes.Plants seem to be immune to the predations of rabbits. The whole plant is antiseptic and astringent. An infusion has been used in the treatment of stomach complaints, VD and fevers. The plant produces a soft white mass, a froth like that of soap. It is applied externally to burns. The plant produces a soft white mass, a froth like that of soap. It is used for bathing and washing clothes. Seed - germination is usually free and easy. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and plant them out when they have reached sufficient size. বিষকাটালি বিষ-ব্যাথার মহা ওষুধ || Persicaria Lapathifolia || Persicaria Tomentosa || ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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| |  Modernize the Artillery Forces of Bangladesh | | Bangladesh Army Ranking in the World | |
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE | | Modernize the Artillery Forces of Bangladesh | | Bangladesh Army Ranking in the World | | Bangladesh Military Strength | | Bangladesh Army Ranking in the World: The Bangladesh Army (BA, Bengali: বাংলাদেশ সেনাবাহিনী, Bangladesh Senabahini) is the land forces branch and the largest of the three uniformed service of the Bangladesh Armed Forces. The primary mission of the Army is to provide necessary forces and capabilities in support of Bangladesh's security and defence strategies including defence of the nation's territorial integrity against external attack. Control and operations are administered by the Department of the Army of the Armed Forces Division.The civilian head is the Prime Minister, who by law also holds the defence ministry portfolio. In addition to its primary mission the Bangladesh Army is also constitutionally obligated to assist the civilian government during times of national emergency. History of Bangladesh Army: The martial tradition of Bengal has its roots in the during Mughal rule since the early 18th century, when three successive Muslim dynasties, namely the Nasiri, Afshar and Najafi, ruled Bengal.During the Colonial Rule of the British, Bengal was principally a bulwark of British power and trade in the South Asian region. The British under Robert Clive defeated a 50,000 strong Bengal Army of Nawab Siraj-ud-daullah in the Polashey(Plassey) in 1757 and later the forces of Nawab Mir Qasim at the Battle of Buxar in 1764. The Army of Bengal was formed, which later became part of a united Indian Army from 1895 to 1947. The eastern part of the region was a prominent place for military and police recruitment, with entire horse-mounted cavalry and lancer units being recruited there prior to the Bengal Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.[citation needed] Post-mutiny, units with the epithet "Bengal" in their name, such as Bengal Sappers and Bengal Cavalry, were largely recruited from non-Bengali peoples from Bihar, Varanasi and Uttar Pradesh which were technically still part of Bengal Presidency at that time. Bangladesh Army has expanded considerably albeit erratically since its formation on 21 November 1971. During the sensitive and formative years after the end of the war, personnel of the Mukti Bahini were absorbed into different branches of Bangladesh Army. Sheikh Mujib's Awami League government created disenchantment among army personnel when his party formed and operated state funded separate militia groups around the nation run locally by his party men at the command of his son Sheikh Kamal. Bangladesh Army Forces Goal 2030: Bangladesh armed forces are going through a long term modernization plan named Forces Goal 2030. Bangladesh army is under a massive expansion and modernization drive as per the plan. The force is being divided into three corps — Central, Eastern and Western.Two new infantry divisions have been raised, the 17th infantry division at Sylhet and 10th infantry division at Ramu in Cox’s Bazar to make the number of total infantry divisions nine. The soldiers are being equipped with modern gear like Night Vision Goggles (NVG), Ballistic helmets, protective eye gear, bulletproof vests, person to person communicators, palmtop GPS devices and BD-08 MK2 assault rifles with ACOG sight. Bangladesh Army procured 44 MBT-2000 tanks from China in 2011.Bangladesh army engineers have completed the upgrade of Type 69 tanks to Type 69IIG standard. They are now upgrading the Type 59 tanks to Type 59BD standard. To increase the mobility of the infantry forces, many Armoured personnel carriers such as BTR-80, Otokar Cobra and BOV M11 have been procured. To modernize the artillery forces, Nora B-52 K2 self-propelled artillery system have been procured from Serbia.Their firepower is further increased by the addition of one regiment of WS-22 Guided Multiple Rocket Launcher System. For anti-tank role Metis-M missile systems and PF-98 rocket systems were procured.Two regiments of FM 90 surface to air missile were to be added by 2016 to enhance air defence capabilities. The aemy aviation wing is also being modernized. Two Eurocopter AS365 Dauphins were put into service in 2012. A contract was signed for six Mil Mi-171 helicopters from Russia under the $1 billion arms deal.One C-295W transport aircraft were ordered from Spain and will be delivered in 2017. | | Modernize the Artillery Forces of Bangladesh | | Bangladesh Army Ranking in the World | | Bangladesh Military Strength | | Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Please Subscribe for Daily New Videos.
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Dragon Fruit Farming in Natore Region || Dragon Fruit Cultivation In Natore || Dragon Fruit Growing
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Dragon Fruit Farming in Natore Region || Dragon Fruit Cultivation In Natore || Dragon Fruit Growing Prospects of Dragon Fruit, a delicious but non-conventional fruit in Bangladesh, is very bright in the region as it has started gaining popularity among both farmers and consumers level for its high commercial and nutritional values, reports BSS. Dragon Fruit Farming in Natore Region: The number of commercial growers is gradually increasing as they are getting lucrative price of their produce in both local and outside markets. In Natore markets, the high valued fruit is being sold at Taka 500 to 600 per kilogram while in posh markets of capital Dhaka it is being sold at Taka 700 to 800. But, the price is beyond purchasing capacity of the commoners. More than 100 demonstration plots of the cash crop were established in Rajshahi, Natore, Pabna and Bogra districts and the national figure is more than 1000 making the enthusiastic farmers more courageous towards the farming. Integrated Quality Horticulture Development Project (IQHDP) belongs to the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) is imparting necessary training to the farmers on how they make their Dragon Fruit farming more profitable and sustainable. SM Quamruzzaman, Project Director of IQHDP, told BSS that there are tremendous prospects of growing dragon fruit in different districts of the country as its topography and environment is suitable for the farming. He informed that 43 horticulture centres in 35 districts are extending technical know-how to the farmers and supervising the demonstration plots regularly as the cultivation of dragon fruit is easier than many other crops. Emphasis is being given on promoting it in the homestead gardening substantially. If it's possible, no doubt, the price will come down to Taka 250 to 300 per kilogram in near future. "We have some foreign fruits successfully produced in Bangladesh. Dragon Fruit Growing: Dragon fruit is one of them," said Quamruzzaman. Very recently it has been imported in Bangladesh by Germplasm Centre of Bangladesh Agricultural University in Mymensingh and profitably cultivated in some districts. The plant is nothing but an evergreen cactus reaches up to 1.5 to 2.5 meters high with leafless thin vine-like branches. It needs support to hold the vine upward. It reproduces from seeds and from branches (cuttings). But preferable to grow from branches because growth of Dragon Fruit plant from seed germination is found to be comparatively slower. Compost in loamy soil is favourable for growing. Over-watering should be avoided as it may cause fruit-splitting, flower-dropping, yellowing of the plants, and slow shoot development. Regular mulching around the plants is also important along with providing dynamic lifter and dolomite every alternate month (100 g per plant). The plant blooms only at night, which can affect the process of pollination. In such a case, its growth may be encouraged with the hand pollination technique. Narrating its salient features Quamruzzaman said dragon fruit is suitable for everyone to eat. Flesh and seeds are edible parts and they are eaten altogether. It supplies fiber which is digestive and helpful for healthy liver. The rest portion of the fruit includes carbohydrate and water. A fresh fruit keeps a person fresh and well fit for a long time. Surprising Benefits Of Dragon Fruit: Dragon fruit is also used in beverage, making juice and wine and as a flavoring agent in various foods and drinks. It contains a lot of vitamin C, minerals and other nutrients. Dragon fruit contains more than 3 times the amount of vitamin C found in carrots. The fruit has a leathery and leafy skin with a flesh that is creamy textured and studded with lots of tiny, black and crunchy seeds throughout. It is mildly sweet tasting and especially low in calories. The seeds are digested only if chewed. The flavonoids in dragon fruit lower the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure. It also reduces oxidative stress and artery stiffness as found in animal studies and therefore is thought to prevent complications associated with diabetes. The high antioxidant levels lower the risk of many types of cancer. Dragon Fruit Farming in Natore Region || Dragon Fruit Cultivation In Natore || Dragon Fruit Growing Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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Cucumber Farming in Bangladesh  || Organic Cucumber Cultivation in Bangladesh || Cucumber Production
 
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Cucumber Farming in Bangladesh || Organic Cucumber Cultivation in Bangladesh || Cucumber Production You might be wondering why you should start cucumber farming in Bangladesh. It’s quite simple. The value and importance of agriculture in Bangladesh has grown year on year, and currently it is the most profitable and high profile sector in the country. While there is still a vast sea of opportunities in Bangladesh agribusiness, the full potentials have not been fully tapped and optimised, which is also why there is an abundance of opportunities begging to be explored by entrepreneurs just like you. Cucumber farming in Bangladesh is one of those opportunities that are begging to be explored. So, if you too have already realised the potential and importance of cucumber farming, then you are obviously already on the right track. So yes, cucumber farming is a lucrative business in Bangladesh! Although previous experience is desirable, cucumber farming in Bangladesh is not as complex as other areas of agriculture, so you can start small with relatively little or no experience. With its ease also come its essential requirements. Over 80% of cucumber composition is water. Yes! Water… the need for constant water cannot be underestimated. And for this, irrigation is key. If you don’t have a constant source of water supply, cucumber farming is not for you. For those who have some farming experience, or are keen to begin on their own initiative, then a formal training program in cucumber farming is not necessarily needed to progress to the next level. In fact, you can start your own cucumber farm without any formal experience in farming or business. This is why I put together the following essential steps. I want to help you do just that – so follow it to the best of your ability, and don’t delay, start your cucumber farm today! Cucumber Farming in Bangladesh || Organic Cucumber Cultivation in Bangladesh || Cucumber Production Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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To Stop Torture on Rohingyas and to Demand Their Citizenship - Islami Andolan Bangladesh
 
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To Stop Torture on Rohingyas and to Demand Their Citizenship - Islami Andolan Bangladesh ইসলামী আন্দোলনের মিয়ানমার দূতাবাস ঘেরাও পণ্ড : রোহিঙ্গাদের ওপর নির্যাতন বন্ধ ও তাদের নাগরিকত্ব প্রদানের দাবিতে ইসলামী আন্দোলনের মিয়ানমার দূতাবাস ঘেরাওয়ের কর্মসূচি পণ্ড করে দিয়েছে পুলিশ। বুধবার দুপুর সাড়ে ১২টায় বায়তুল মোকাররম উত্তর গেট থেকে হাজার হাজার নেতাকর্মী মিছিল নিয়ে গুলশানের উদ্দেশে রওনা হন। মিছিলটি পল্টন মোড় ঘুরে বিজয়নগর, কাকরাইল হয়ে শান্তিনগর মোড়ে পৌছালে পুলিশ বাধা দেয়। পরে ২১ সেপ্টেম্বর জাতিসংঘের ঢাকার অফিস ঘেরাওয়ের কর্মসূচি ঘোষণা করে ইসলামী আন্দোলন বাংলাদেশ। শান্তিনগর মোড় থেকে সংগঠনটির পাঁচজনের একটি প্রতিনিধিদল মিয়ানমারের দূতাবাসে স্মারকলিপি দিতে গুলশানে যান। মিছিলে মিয়ানমারের জাতীয় পতাকা পোড়ানো হয়। ইসলামী আন্দোলন বাংলাদেশের আমির ও চরমোনাই পীর মুফতি সৈয়দ মুহাম্মদ রেজাউল করীমের নেতৃত্বে মিছিলে উপস্থিত ছিলেন ইসলামী আন্দোলনের প্রেসিডিয়াম সদস্য মাওলানা সৈয়দ মোসাদ্দেক বিল্লাহ আল মাদানি, মহাসচিব মাওলানা ইউনুছ আহমাদ, অধ্যাপক আশরাফ আলী আকন, মাওলানা ইমতিয়াজ আলম প্রমুখ। STOP THE VIOLENCE AGAINST THE ROHINGYA IN MYANMAR Right now, 1/2 Million of Rohingya people are trying to escape the horrific conflict in Myanmar, travelling in fishing boats to Bangladesh. Reports are flooding in of killings, rape and massacres, as satellite images show entire villages have been burned to the ground by the security forces. In two weeks, nearly 400,000 people – mostly Rohingya – have fled Myanmar to nearby Bangladesh. Some are badly injured, and with children. Thousands more are also believed to be stranded in the mountains of northern Rakhine State. They are being denied basic aid because NGOs and humanitarian organisations are not being allowed access to the area. Security forces have even planted internationally-banned landmines along its border with Bangladesh which have seriously injured at least three civilians, including two children, and reportedly killed one man in the past week. Tortured, raped, arrested, disappeared This isn’t the first time security forces have abused Rohingyas. In the last year, they have tortured, raped, arrested and disappeared many of them, and destroyed their homes and property. We will not let the military and security forces commit this vicious campaign of violence against the Rohingya people. Help stop the violence against the Rohingya people and demand that the Chief Commander, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing (and quite possibly the most powerful man in the country): Immediately ends the armed forces’ campaign of violence and human rights abuses Ensures humanitarian agencies, the UN, independent journalists and human rights monitors have free and unrestricted access to Rakhine state, and ensure their security in doing so. To Stop Torture on Rohingyas and to Demand Their Citizenship - Islami Andolan Bangladesh Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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যে গাছ হারিয়ে যাওয়ায় চোরেরা খুশি || বিছুটি গাছ || Indian Stinging Nettle || Tragia Involucrate
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE যে গাছ হারিয়ে যাওয়ায় চোরেরা খুশি || বিছুটি গাছ || Indian Stinging Nettle || Tragia Involucrate Tragia involucrata (Indian stinging nettle) is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family.Tragia involucrata is basically the bush plant. A few walks of the countryside in the jungle-jungle may still be seen. But if it touches, the catastrophe.Itching will start.Its Pain continues for three days. ragia involvucrata e is a slender, twining herb with stinging hairs. Leaves 6-10 x 3-5.5 cm, ovate or elliptic, base acute or rounded, margin serrate, apex acuminate, hispidulous on both sides; petiole to 2.5 cm long. Spikes axillary, monoecious, to 2 cm long; male flowers above, female flowers 1-2, at the base. Male flowers c. 1.5 mm across; bracts spathulate; tepals 3, spreading; stamens 3, anthers subsessile. Female flowers c. 3 mm across, ebracteate; tepals 6, c. 1 mm long, ovate-lanceolate, enlarged and spreading in fruits; style 3, spreading. Capsule c. 0.6 x 1 cm, 3-lobed, hispid. Seeds globose. Common names of Tragia Involucrate : Assamese: Dumuni Chorat Bengali: বিছুটি Bichuti and in regions of North Bengal it is called Chotra pata,Bichchuti, Lata-bichchuti, Beshani. English: Indian stinging nettle, climbing nettle, canchorie root-plant Hindi: पीत पर्णी Pit Parni, बढन्त Barhanta Kannada: ತುರಿಕೆ ಬಳ್ಳಿ Turike Balli Malayalam: Kodithumba, Cherukodithuva, Choriyanam, ചൊറിയണം Coriyanam, Kodithoova Marathi: आग्या Aagya, लघुमेडशिंगी Laghumedhshingi, आग पान Aag Paan, कळलावी Kallaavi Nepali: उट कटेरी Ut Kateri Odia: ବିଛୁଆତି(transliteration Bichhuati), Kasalakku Sanskrit: दुःस्पर्ष Duhsparsha, वृश्चिकाच्छद Vrischikacchad, वृश्चिकापत्री Vrischikapatri, वृश्चिकाली Vrischikali, आगमावर्ता Aagmavarta, कषाग्निः Kashagnih Tamil: காஞ்சொறி Kanchori Telugu: తేలుకొండిచెట్టు Telukondicettu Using Information: Roots are diaphoretic, alterative, diuretic and blood purifier. They are valued in febricula and in itching of the skin, also for pains in legs and arms. Roots are also used in old venereal complaints and externally in enlarged spleen; decoction of the root is useful in relieving bronchitis and the attendant fever. The fruits are rubbed on head with a little water to cure baldness. Leaf juice is given for jaundice in Rangamati by the Chakma. Chemical Constituents: Seeds yield a fixed oil containing about 62% linoleic acid and enzymes. They are also rich in proteins (Ghani, 2003). যে গাছ হারিয়ে যাওয়ায় চোরেরা খুশি || বিছুটি গাছ || Indian Stinging Nettle || Tragia Involucrat Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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ধুতরা ফল খেলে কি সত্যি মানুষ পাগল হয় || ধুতরা গাছের গুনাগুণ || কণ্টকফল || Dutra Mettle || ঘণ্টাপুষ্প
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE ধুতরা ফল খেলে কি সত্যি মানুষ পাগল হয় || ধুতরা গাছের গুনাগুণ || কণ্টকফল || Dutra Mettle || ঘণ্টাপুষ্প Datura (ধুতরা/কণ্টকফল/ঘণ্টাপুষ্প)is an herbaceous perennial plant, which is grown in temperate and tropical region of the globe. All the species of Datura are poisonous in nature. Some are aphrodisiac too. The seeds and flowers are more poisonous in nature. Sometimes, datura is termed as witches weeds and shows properties like deadly nightshade and henbane. Datura use is known for feverish state and even death. However, in Ayurveda, it is used as medicine and ritual as well as prayers has also place this. Even being a poisonous plant, datura has been using since the ancient times by ayurveda physicians, spiritual purposes, holy men and its use in modern medicine drugs. It has been known by many names such as jimson weed, stink weed, mad apple, thorn apple stramonium, dhatura tatula, and datura seeds. Datura is also known by other common names such as Devil’s snare, hell’s bell, devil’s trumpet, devil’s weed, tolguacha, locoweed, pricklyburr and devil’s cucumber. Datura drugs and Medicinal Uses of Dutra Mettle Linn : Recently, FDA has recognized the medicinal uses of Datura because the presence of chemical compounds such as scopolamine and atropine. Flying Ointment: Flying ointment is used by medieval witches of Europe so that they can fly. Flying ointment is a complex drug that is made from the plants such as henbane, hemlock, wolfsbane and some plants from nightshade family. The ointment is used to apply on the soles of the feet, vagina and armpits. Ayahuasca brews: Ayahuasca brew is used by shamans to make brew. Only 2-3 leaves are used for 30-40 people. Smoking blends of datura and cannabis are used as smoke because it is not ruthless and burns easier. It has been used by the British soldiers to treat respiratory problems. Both scopolamine and atropine are used as sedatives and sometimes helps in curing of motion sickness, nausea and dizziness. Datura has been used in Ayurveda for asthma symptoms where jimson weed’s leaves are smoked in cigarette or pipe. The Zuni once used it as analgesic for bone setting while the Chinese were used it as anaesthesia during surgery. Datura seeds benefits : Datura leaves are used to treat pain. The paste of roasted leaves is applied over the area to relieve pain. It is used as herbal medicine, especially in case of ayurveda for asthma and bonesetting. Jimson weed is used to treat spasm of bronchitis in asthma. Datura seeds and leaves are used as antiasthmatic, antispasmodic, hypnotic and narcotic. Externally, the jimson seeds are used in treating of fistulas and abscesses. Datura leaves are enriched with hyoscyamine and atropine, can be used as mind altering drug. The oil extract from the datura seed is used to treat baldness and stimulate growth of hair. Datura leaves benefits : The leaves of datura are good to relieve headache. The vapour of datura leaves infusion is used to relieve arthritis such as rheumatism and gout. The burning leaf smoke of datura is good to treat asthma and bronchitis. The ethanol extract from datura leaves are used as acaricidal, repellent and oviposition deterrent properties against mites. The ethanol extract of datura is used as repellent against larva and mosquito. The leaves of datura are used to treat heart problems like palpitations and hypertension. Datura leaves juice is used to treat earache. Boils can also be overcome by applying datura leaves as poultice. ধুতরা ফল খেলে কি সত্যি মানুষ পাগল হয় || ধুতরা গাছের গুনাগুণ || কণ্টকফল || Dutra Mettle || ঘণ্টাপুষ্প Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers.Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos. Rediscovering the medicinal properties of Datura
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ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ ‘স্টেভিয়া’ চিনির চেয়ে ৩০০ গুণ মিষ্টি || Health Benefits of Stevia || Stevia Serrata
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ ‘স্টেভিয়া’ চিনির চেয়ে ৩০০ গুণ মিষ্টি || Health Benefits of Stevia || Stevia Serrata Stevia (স্টেভিয়া) is perhaps unique among food ingredients because it's most valued for what it doesn't do. It doesn't add calories. Unlike other sugar substitutes, stevia is derived from a plant. There is some question as to its effectiveness as a weight loss aid or as a helpful diet measure for diabetics. Stevia (স্টেভিয়া) can help meet sugar crisis in Bangladesh : The plant extract – which is 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar and is also calorie-free – has been used as a sweetener for many years in Asia and South America. The stevia plant (স্টেভিয়া) is part of the Asteraceae family, related to the daisy and ragweed. Several stevia species called candyleaf are native to New Mexico, Arizona and Texas. But the prized species, Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni), grows in Paraguay and Brazil, where people have used leaves from the stevia bush to sweeten food for hundreds of years. When used as a table-top sweetener, steviol glycosides are often mixed with other artificial sweeteners for texture and to mask their sometimes bitter aftertaste. Steviol glycosides are approved for use in sugar-free soft drinks, hot beverages, jams, flavoured milk and other dairy products, cakes, desserts and alcohol, among other things. When consumed, steviol glycosides are broken down into steviol, which is absorbed by the body. The body does not store steviol glycosides and they are rapidly eliminated in poo and wee. Extensive research has been done on steviol glycosides, involving both humans and animals. After analysing all the available evidence, the EFSA's reviewing panel concluded that steviol glycosides are not carcinogenic or toxic and do not pose a risk to pregnancy or children. Stevia (স্টেভিয়া), a kind of herbal plant which is widely used as an alternative to sugar in many developed countries like Australia, Canada, Japan and the United States for a long time. The scientific name of the herbal plant is "Stevia Serrata" and family name being 'Asteraceae'. It is sometimes known as sweet leaf or 'Chinipata' or মিষ্টি পাতা,মধুপাতা,Sweet leaf,Sweet Leaf Stevia. Stevia cultivation in Bangladesh ( স্টেভিয়া চাষ ) : "Bangladesh being an agro-based country could easily cultivate the plant in its vast 'char' lands as it grows well in open space having regular sunlight ", he added. "After 60 days of cultivation, the leaf of the plant can be harvested and be turned into granules like that of sugar", said the herbal expert. The renowned herbal expert said the Stevia granules could be used in making bread, lozenge, biscuit and sweetmeat like of sugar. Dr. Alamgir, who is now working with the plant, said "if the country's vast char areas are brought under Stevia cultivation it can help minimize import of sugar side by side help create job opportunities for large number of unemployed youths. ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ ‘স্টেভিয়া’ চিনির চেয়ে ৩০০ গুণ মিষ্টি || Health Benefits of Stevia || Stevia Serrata Describing medicinal quality of the plant, the herbal expert said it has no side effect as an alternative to sugar. Rather it reduces blood pressure risks of the obesity and diabetic patients because it contains low- carbohydrate. The expert urged the government to take effective measures for cultivation of the plant especially in the backdrop of fall of sugar production in Bangladesh. According to a 2017 article in the Journal of Medicinal Food, stevia has potential for treating endocrine diseases, such as obesity, diabetes and hypertension, but that more research is needed. A no-calorie source of sweetness is an obvious diet solution in theory. But a few studies show that replacing sugar with artificial or low-calorie sweeteners may not ultimately lead to weight loss in real life. ভেষজ উদ্ভিদ ‘স্টেভিয়া’ চিনির চেয়ে ৩০০ গুণ মিষ্টি || Health Benefits of Stevia || Stevia Serrata Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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এই সেই জসীম উদ্দীনের সোজন বাদিয়ার ঘাট  || This is That Jasim Uddin's ''SUJON BADIYAR GHAT''
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE এই সেই জসীম উদ্দীনের সোজন বাদিয়ার ঘাট || This is that Jasim Uddin's ''SUJON BADIYAR GHAT'' Nandikar’s latest production is based on Jasimuddin’s verse epic, Sojan Badiyar Ghat. One of the renowned poets of Bengal, Jasimuddin’s folk tales are based on strife, war, love and death that tear apart the two communities, Hindus and Muslims. Sojon, a Muslim youth, falls in love with his childhood friend, Duli, a Hindu girl. Their affair sparks off tension between the two communities, and the duo elope. But in no time, Sojon is traced and imprisoned. Duli is married off to a Hindu zamindar. But as fate has pre-ordained, their paths cross once again and they meet, but this time to give up their lives together for love. This simple and eternal tale of love is intricately woven with the larger reality of communal hatred and the petty political manipulations that go along with it. It is this aspect of the play that makes it meaningful and contemporary. The form of the play is painted on a diverse and ethnic canvas. Folk music and diverse rural activities, including laathi khela, have been extensively used in this production. Bamboo and traditional hand-painted patas contribute to the stage decor. এই সেই জসীম উদ্দীনের সোজন বাদিয়ার ঘাট || This is that Jasim Uddin's ''SUJON BADIYAR GHAT'' Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos. Jasim Uddin: Rural Poet of Bengal This is that Jasim Uddin's SUJON BADIYAR GHAT Jasim Uddin and his SUJON BADIYAR GHAT the place of SUJON BADIYAR GHAT জসীম উদ্দীন
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মশা তাড়াতে আজব এক গাছ আবিষ্কার : সাইট্রনেলা || Anti-Mosquito Plant : Citronella
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE মশা তাড়াতে আজব এক গাছ আবিষ্কার : সাইট্রনেলা || Growing Mosquito Plant (Citronella) || Anti-Mosquito Plant : Citronella Mosquitoes are becoming a more important pest as new varieties move north in North America, and the incidence of diseases increases. Around here there is a big concern about the West Nile Virus so it is only natural that people try to find simple ways to keep mosquitoes away. A very common solution is citronella. Some suggest planting the citronella plant next to your patio to keep mosquitoes away. Others rely on citronella candles. These solutions are just myths. As I started researching for this post I was very surprised to learn that the so-called “citronella plant” is not the plant that produces citronella oil – the active ingredient in citronella candles. The picture above shows the citronella plant; also called Pelargonium citrosum. This geranium is unrelated to the true citronella. Not only that but the scientific name of the plant is not even recognized as a valid name. It is a geranium (ie Pelargonium) and it sort of smells like citronella. It even has some of the same aromatic chemicals found in citronella, but it is a different plant. But does it work? Testing shows that it does not repel mosquitoes. In fact, mosquitoes seem to enjoy sitting on the plant. For more details see Mosquito Plant, Pelargonium Citrosum – The Citrosa Plant. Citronella oil is extracted from various species of lemongrass (genus Cymbopogon – say that name 3 times fast!). This is a perennial clumping grass that grows to a height of 6 feet. It is not frost hardy. A member of the geranium family, mosquito plant carries the fragrance of citronella in its foliage. When a leaf is crushed and rubbed on the skin, it smells wonderful and helps naturally repel mosquitoes. (The plant itself does not act as a deterrent to the pests.) Though growing mosquito plant is not as effective as using bottled repellents, mosquito plant works gently, and when you grow it in your garden, it is always on hand. Plants owe their medium green texture to the lacy leaves. Growing upright to 2 to 3 feet in height, they can be used as a summer border or one of several contrasting textures in a garden composition or a large mixed container. Growing Mosquito Plant (Citronella / সাইট্রনেলা ) : Mosquito Plant (Citronella / সাইট্রনেলা ) in spring after the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed, about the same time you plant tomatoes. Select a location with a little afternoon shade, and space plants 18 to 24 inches apart. Though mosquito plants are tolerant of a wide range of well-drained soils, moderately rich, moist soil will produce the best growth. Good news for gardeners in drought-prone areas: Mosquito plant is relatively tolerant of summer stress. An evergreen perennial in zones 9 to 11, mosquito plant will be a cold tender annual where freezing temperatures occur. In addition, the stems can become quite woody by summer’s end. If you want to overwinter your plant, propagate a new one during the late summer months by layering. Set a pot filled with potting soil beside your big plant. Bend a stem (still attached to the big plant) gently toward the pot, being careful not to break it. You will know if a plant does not have enough light, as it will stretch and fall over. Make a mental note to give it more sun next year, then cut back long, lanky branches to bring it back into shape. Plants respond well to pruning, so don’t be afraid to cut branches for inclusion in summer bouquets, especially if you are dining outdoors. The fragrance will be a welcome addition, blending with more floral scents. In addition, the way the leaves are attached to the stem means that one branch of mosquito plant will help hold other flowers in place in the vase. মশা তাড়াতে আজব এক গাছ আবিষ্কার : সাইট্রনেলা || Growing Mosquito Plant (Citronella) || Anti-Mosquito Plant : Citronella Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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স্বর্ণলতা এক ঔষধি ও আগ্রাসি লতা || Cuscuta Reflexa || আলোকলতা || Devils Hair || Giant Dodder
 
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………………P L E A S E …………… LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE স্বর্ণলতা এক ঔষধি ও আগ্রাসি লতা || Cuscuta Reflexa || আলোকলতা || Devils Hair || Giant Dodder Cuscuta is easily identifiable green-yellow coloured, leafless, parasitic twining stem which tangles on the host plant with it countless branches and draws its nutrition. It has no chlorophyll and cannot make its own food by photosynthesis. Once attached, the plants lives its entire life on host plant without any attachment to the soil. The stems and branches of cuscuta are fleshy, its flowers are small, fruits are small and contains 2-4 seeds. The flowering time is April to July. In India it is distributed throughout the country up to 3000 m. English Name: Dodder.Bengali/Vernacular Name: Swarnalata, Tarulata, Algusi, Halde Algushilata. This parasitic plant species is a leafless twined sprawling thin vine that grows over a host plant. This species capable of producing numerous branches which can cover the host plant within a very short period of time and suck life out of the host plant. Flowers are small, bell shaped and white in colour with yellow filaments. Fruits and seeds are produced from the flower. This species is used in producing traditional medicines for the treatment of headache, labour pain, bone fracture, fever, rheumatism etc. A slender leafless, greenish-yellow, epiphytic, parasitic, twining annual. Flowers small, white, solitary or in umbellate clusters of 2-4 or short racemes. Capsules small, depressed-globose.Cuscuta reflexa, the giant dodder,is one of 100-170 species in the genus Cuscuta. Plant is regarded as alterative, astringent, expectorant, carminative, tonic, purgative, diuretic and anthelmintic, and reported to have anti-fertility properties; used in jaundice in Rema-Kalenga. Decoction of stem is useful in constipation, flatulence, liver complaints and bilious affections. Fruits are used in fever and cough. Seeds are depurative, sedative, emmenagogue, diuretic, carminative, tonic, diaphoretic and demulcent; useful in diseases of the liver and the spleen, chronic fever, griping, hiccup and stomachaches; the infusion is given in ophthalmia. The plant extract is used for stomach pain. Water soluble portion of fresh alcoholic extract is relaxant and spasmolytic on guinea pig and rabbit ileum; also has an Ac-choline like action; extract has antifertility action in albino rats (Asolkar et al., 1992). The plant contains flavonoids (including kaempferol and quercitin), hydroxycinnamic acid, coumarins and flavonoid glycosides, scoparone, melanettin, quercetin and hyperoside. It also contains a colouring matter, cuscutin; a lactone, cuscutalin, the glycosides, iso-rhamnetin-3-O-neohesperidoside and apigenin-7-O-rutinoside and lycopene. Seeds contain a fixed oil, a colouring matter, amarbelin, a bitter resin and reducing sugars (Ghani, 2003). Plant yields different compounds like D-mannitol, dulcitol, luteolin and kaempferol when grows on different hosts (Chopra et al., 1969). Plants grown on Mangifera indica contains mangiferine (Asolkar et al., 1992). In traditional medicinal system, whole plant of cuscuta is used for treatment of various diseases. Cuscuta plant is used for treating constipation, liver, spleen diseases, diarrhoea, inflammation etc. Cuscuta is alterative, purgative, carminative and anthelmintic. The plant also has Anti-fertility effect. Traditional uses of Cuscuta plant Enlargement of spleen, liver complaints, constipation, flatulence Prepare decoction of Amarbel. Drink 50 ml of this once a day. Piles (bleeding, non-bleeding) Extract 10 ml juice of Amarbel. Mix this with 3 gram Maricha churna and take every morning. Excessive abdominal gas Boil the plant and tie on the abdominal region. Itching Apply paste of Amarbel on affected skin area. Wound Grind Amarbel. Mix with Sunthi and Ghee. Topically apply on affected area. Hair fall, Dandruff Prepare paste of cuscuta. Mix some sesame oil and apply in hairs for curing hair fall. Crush and boil Cuscuta 50 grams in one liter water. Wash hair with this water. স্বর্ণলতা এক ঔষধি ও আগ্রাসি লতা || Cuscuta Reflexa || আলোকলতা || Devils Hair || Giant Dodder Don't forget we read Your's comments, appreciate ratings, welcome subscribers, and encourage sharing of our channel. We do our best to provide the best video stuff to our channel viewers. Thanks a lot for watching this video. This is My Channel ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQkiZMjwGHRZSYh_S9NJdg?sub_confirmation=1 Listen, hope you like this Video.If you like it, please give your friends a chance to share it. Please like share and comments to support our work and show world how Bangladeshi peoples do everything. Please subscribe our channel for more latest videos.
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