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Reportage | November 2018 Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Hindu devotees sits with lamps and pray at the Shri Shri Lokanath Brahmachar Ashram temple during the Rakher Upobash in Dhaka. Hindu devotees fast and pray in earnest to the gods for their favors during the ritual called Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash traditionally. © Monirul Alam

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You can't regulate child labor. You can't regulate slavery. Some things are just wrong . . .

Dhaka | Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn . . .

Dhaka | Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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The world is a university and everyone in it is a teacher. Make sure when you wake up in the morning, you go to school | Dhaka, Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | November 2018 ~ What do you think about people ? He said, In my long experience 80% of the world people is adulterated. If you are in danger, you can not find anyone. During my road accident to drive rickshaw one of my finger was cut off. At that time no one came forward to help me, I was left on the road - long time ! I got myself from the road and went to the hospital to take treatment. Mohammad Akhter / Rickshaw Puller. Fuller Road, Dhaka University #BANGLADESH © Monirul Alam

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Reportage | 02 November 2018 Dhaka , Bangladesh ~ Bangladeshi Christians observe All Souls' Day at Holy Rosary Church Cemetery in Dhaka. All Souls’ Day is observed on 02 November and for Roman Catholics a day to commemorate all the faithful departed who are believed to be in purgatory. © Monirul Alam
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WITNESS MY TIME | October, 2018 ~ Last month I was in South Keranigonj and to see a beautiful mosque it’s local name LAL Mosjid, it’s official name Dholeshshor Hanafiya Mosque the old mosque was build in 1868 and new one build 2012. I spent an houre to see its architectural style, environment and to listen beautiful AZAN—Muslim call to ritual prayer. Dholshshor Village #Bangladesh. © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | October, 2018 ~ His name is Tamzid work as a police constable, he joined the police five years ago, I talked him in front of BNP Naya Platon office, Dhaka where he stand guard in front of his APC police vehicle. He said, It’s name Armored Personnel Carrier ( APC ) police vehicle it’s inside set up all kind of ammunition like shoot gun, tear shell , sound grande etc. I could drive everything and this car was a bullet-proof car. #Dhaka #Bangladesh

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WITNESS MY TIME | October, 2018 ~ After coverages news events for my agency’s than I transmit my Images and Videos file from the spot at the Central Public Library in Dhaka city. Nowadays world technology move faster and fester so you always updated your technical knowledge and march with new technology. I really like that place where I spent many more times in my students life. #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | October, 2018 ~ Another day of my assignment to see the river life at the #Buriganga River. #OldDhaka #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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Photo by Monirul Alam @moniruldiary for @everydayclimatechange ~ People at work in Kotka mangrove forest in Sundarban. September, 2017. Khulna, Bangladesh. The most devastating climatic disaster in Bangladesh is severe tropical cyclone with storm surge. Due to rapid climate change, the Bay of Bengal, a north and extended arm of the Indian Ocean often becomes rebellious and severe cyclone sweeps over the costal belt. Sidr was the strongest cyclone to hit Bangladesh since the cyclone of 1991. Plants and animals of the Sundarbans suffered enormous devastation.

After Sidr, Aila swept over the coastal region of the country on May, 2009. The storm hit the coastal district in Bangladesh. Under climate change projection scenarios low rainfall in the dry season will be further diminished. As a result winter and pre-monsoon temperature will rise significantly and thus drought intensity will be further augmented. It will cause a sharp decline in river flow. Salinity will penetrate inland that will ultimately restrict choice for the most preferred crops. High and moderate level water demanding plants and organisms will go extinct locally. Scientists estimate that over 70,000 people will be displaced from the Sundarbans due to sea level rise by the year 2030. People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more. Rising sea levels and the growing number of natural disasters forced by climate change are already driving migration and displacement. Climate Change is my long-term project where I began to document of marginal condition in my own country of Bangladesh. © Monirul Alam

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SUNDARBAN Journey | September, 2017 ~ Snakes are common in the Sundarbans in the water and land, we saw these King Cobra in the abandoned trees at Kotka area. #sundarban #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | October, 2018 ~ My sweet baby DHEU, in Hospital corridor makes some fun and to attends to her doctor for his checkup. #gandaria #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | October, 2018~Buddhism is a Philosophy of life. Not a religion. My last visit into the Buddiest temple at Dharmarajika Buddhist Monastery Complex, Dhaka, where I was coverage with my baby boy MEGH Buddiest community celebrate their second largest religious festival, Prabarana Purnima with due solemnity. #Sabujbag #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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Photo by Monirul Alam @moniruldiary for @everydayclimatechange ~ People at work in Kotka mangrove forest in Sundarban. September, 2017. Khulna, Bangladesh. The most devastating climatic disaster in Bangladesh is severe tropical cyclone with storm surge. Due to rapid climate change, the Bay of Bengal, a north and extended arm of the Indian Ocean often becomes rebellious and severe cyclone sweeps over the costal belt. Sidr was the strongest cyclone to hit Bangladesh since the cyclone of 1991. Plants and animals of the Sundarbans suffered enormous devastation.

After Sidr, Aila swept over the coastal region of the country on May, 2009. The storm hit the coastal district in Bangladesh. Under climate change projection scenarios low rainfall in the dry season will be further diminished. As a result winter and pre-monsoon temperature will rise significantly and thus drought intensity will be further augmented. It will cause a sharp decline in river flow. Salinity will penetrate inland that will ultimately restrict choice for the most preferred crops. High and moderate level water demanding plants and organisms will go extinct locally. Scientists estimate that over 70,000 people will be displaced from the Sundarbans due to sea level rise by the year 2030. People become homeless and suffering shortage of food, drinking water and medicines especially children and woman suffer much more. Rising sea levels and the growing number of natural disasters forced by climate change are already driving migration and displacement. Climate Change is my long-term project where I began to document of marginal condition in my own country of Bangladesh. © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | October , 2018 ~ Winter is coming—today’s I feel and to look at nature it’s changing, during my assignment at South Keranigonj outskirts of Dhaka. People are returning to their homes after completing their daily work. #Keranigonj, #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | October 2015 ~ Homeless Portrait, I try to talk him ask him his name, where he live, where he go but—no answer, he still keep silence a few minutes after he left.#Dhaka #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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SUNDARBAN Journey | September, 2017 ~ Mudskipper fish may be searching for food on the mud water during low tides, we saw these fish in a small cannel in Kota. #sundarban © Monirul Alam

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WITNESS MY TIME | 19 October 2018 ~ The victory of good over evil—Goddess Durga.Old Dhaka, Buriganga River. #Bangladesh © Monirul Alam

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