Mahasthangarh: A Global Heritage

Mahasthangarh: The earliest urban archaeological sites so far discovered in Bangladesh. This exclusive ruin presents a glorious past about two thousand and five hundred years of Pundranagar the ancient capital of Pundra Vhardan Bhukti. Amixture of Sanskrit and Persian meaning fortified place of an auspicious personage. Subsequent discoveries have confirmed that the earlier name was…

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Medical Science in Medieval Period

The  contributions  that  the  medieval  Muslims  played  in  the  invention  of  new  drugs  and  therapeutic agents are  great  in  number  as  well  as  in  value.  The following passages will shed some light on the real contribution of the prominent Muslim scientists and philosophers in the relevant field. Abu `Ali al-Husayn ibn `Abd Allah Ibn Sina…

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PAPER!

Imagine yourself reading this article on a smooth posh piece of silk, or on a clumsy papyrus, or on goat skin or vellum. The worst it can be you are reading it on an extremely heavy bamboo. Since the beginning of the 21st century, through the bloom of the internet, the habit of reading has…

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Columbus Myth

‘Myth’ is no alien word in our generation particularly in this age of information .Though commonly this word is used against peoples’ superstitions or pagan religious beliefs. West, being in the pinnacle of Civilization is not yet immune from the fallacious and deceitful A.K.A mythological beliefs that Christopher Columbus discovered America. Christopher Columbus was not…

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