Culture of Bangladesh

  • Deriving its culture mainly from the varied social groups, the diverse ethics and traditions of Bangladesh are carrying a historical relevance. It is also notified that the antique way of living of the residents here is one of the main reasons showcasing the culture of Bangladesh. The population of Bangladesh majorly constitutes the ardent followers of Islam, however Hinduism is also followed by a good number, but one might not at all witness any religious disparities between the same. The unity is maintained without any chaos and issues among the people here and are also playing an indispensable role for inspiring the vibrant traditions and customs in this beguiling country. Bangladesh’s culture and ethics are showcased in its music, painting, architecture, clothing and the literature. Despite of the highly modern era nowadays, the culture of Bangladesh is uniquely celebrated and renowned all across the globe. Not only the urban population but even the culture of the tribes prevalent here carry a distinct tradition and standard of living. The archaeological wonders prominent here are a true epitome of the presence of Buddhism in the country of Bangladesh.

  • A Culture Tour of Bangladesh lets you dive deeper into the history and the creativity of this place with a pinch of some astonishing togetherness among the people in this highly winsome country. Mentioning the most significant aspect of Bangladesh’s culture, it is none other than their clothing as the people here are very skilfully known in this regard. The Bangladeshi Women beautifully wear Saree that is considered as an embroidered cloth.

  • Being prominent as the ‘Land of Festivals’, Bangladesh is a unique agglomeration of the festivities hailing from varied categories, some being a political one while the others being a highly religious one. Even, the Bangladeshis are so engrossed and deeply rooted into their culture and the festivals that some of them are being celebrated from the bygone era. The people need no reason to celebrate or stay happy as the celebrations here are boundless.

  • The most commonly language used as a communicator in Bangladesh is the ‘Bangla’ that is widely vocalized by more than 200 million people and that too all over the world. Bangla carries innumerable dialects, pronunciations and also grammatical differences which differ from one region to another in Bangladesh. However, it is further classified into two major forms namely the ‘Sadhu Bhasha’ i.e. a formal language and the ‘Cholito Bhasha’ i.e. a common language. On the other, one might also witness a handful of tribal languages with some of the renowned ones amongst them being the Manipuri, Khashia, Garo, Tipra and Magh.

  • In case you are looking forward for the best travel companion for your Cultural Tour Package to Bangladesh, Max Holidays is an apt solution for you. We have an array of services meant for the facilitation of the same.

Traveller's Reviews

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    from Carpentieri - 22 Sep 2017

    "In case you are considering to have a trip to the mighty land of Bangladesh, then I don’t think nothing is better than having Max Holidays by your side. The organization of our tour has been amazing! I enjoyed each and every place and the ethics of this country. Thank you very much Max Holidays. "

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    from Waddilove - 15 Oct 2017

    "The tour guides arranged by Max Holidays were professional and also highly knowledgeable. Bangladesh has a lot more to offer for its tourists and I thoroughly enjoyed the boat rides, train trips and how can I forget the amazing Sunderbans! I don’t think this kind of fun would have been possible without the assistance of Max Holidays."

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    from Bergström - 21 Dec 2017

    "Thank You Max Holidays for introducing me to this beautiful country consisting of some of the most splendid diversity. The most favoured experience from my side has been my one day stay at Dhaka which I don’t think was possible without the assistance of the Max Family. You guys are great and have done an amazing job!"