The Fruits of Bangladesh. A Village Market. A Village Fair. Tree plantation. My Visit to a Historical Place. Essay/ Composition for Class 9/10 of School & Madrasah

  1. The Fruits of Bangladesh.
  2. A Village Market.
  3. A Village Fair.
  4. Tree plantation.
  5. My Visit to a Historical Place.

Composition / Essay  লেখার সহজ Tips:
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The Fruits of Bangladesh

Nature his given us much wealth. Fruits are one of them. Many kinds of fruits are available in Bangladesh. Among them oranges, mangoes, lichies, jackfruits, guavas, plums etc. are most important.

There are many kinds of summer fruits. Mangoes, jackfruits, the melons, lichies are very common among them. These fruits are very tasty to eat. Their flavour is very sweet. Mango is called the king of all fruits. Jackfruit is a large kind of fruit. It is our national fruit. The rest of them are small in size but very tasty. Pineapple, guava, 'amra' etc. are the fruits of the rainy season. Pineapple grows in plenty in Sylhet and Rangamati. It is a juicy fruit with vitamins. The guava and the amra are very healthy fruits.

Orange, olive, wood apple, plum are the fruits of winter. The winter fruits are favourite to the children. There are some fruits which taste sour. Among these, lemon is the most popular. It has different varieties of which Kagozi is the best. Tamarind, 'Kamranga' and 'Batabi' also taste sour.

Banana and coconut are available throughout the year. The bananas of Rampal and Narsinghdi are famous. People take coconut and banana greatly. They are very helpful for our general health.

Every kind of fruit contains various necessary vitamins. We can be healthy by eating those fruits. We can export our fruits to foreign countries after meeting the demand of our countrymen. Then our economy will be improved.

The land of our country is very suitable for cultivating different kinds of fruits. And so, we have got various kinds of fruits. They help build up our health. They can also be helpful to build up our national wealth.

A Village Market

A village market is very common and necessary place in a village. It is a place where the villagers come to buy and sell things. It is actually a buying and selling center for the villagers.

Generally, a village market sits at a place which is easily reachable to the villagers. So, the junction of roads, the sides of a river or a canal, place under a banyan tree or any large tree are suitable for a village market.

There are two kinds of village market. They are daily market and weekly market. Daily market is called Bazar. Some daily markets sit both in the morning and in the evening. Again, some daily markets sit only in the evening. Weekly market is called 'Hat'. It sits once or twice a week.

Most of the village markets have three parts. They are open shops, temporary shops and permanent shops. In the open shops the sellers sit in rows. Fish, milk, fruits, betel leaves, betel nut, vegetables etc. are sold there. In the temporary shops oil, rice, salt, pepper etc. are sold. Some grocers, tailors, doctors, potters etc. sit in the permanent shops.

A village market is very important for the villagers. Most of the daily necessaries are found in a village market. It is the meeting place of the villagers. There are some tea-stalls in a village market. The villagers exchange their views and opinions while taking tea. Another advantage of a village market is that the villagers are economically benefited by it. Moreover, the villagers cannot go to distant city market every day to buy or sell their common products. The village market meets their daily needs.

There are some disadvantages of a village market. It is a noisy and unhealthy place. For heavy crowd, some people’s pockets might be picked. Sometimes, odour from the market irritates the people. Especially the fish market is really a dirty place. Moreover, high bargaining continues between the sellers and the buyers. Buyers may be cheated in this case.
Despite having some negative aspects, a village market is important for the villagers. It gives a great service to the rural people. It can be considered as the backbone of the rural economy.

A Village Fair

A village fair is a colourful exhibition held in a particular place of the village. It is generally held in an open space. Sometimes, it is held on the bank of a river or near a temple. The occasion may be religious or cultural according to the tradition of the local people. It may be held on the occasion of Chaitra Sankranti or Muhurram or Durga Puja. Nowadays, Baishakhi Mela is being held in many parts of the country.

Men and women of all ages and particularly the children find great delight in visiting the village fair. Various articles are sold in the fair. Of them dolls, fancy goods, sweets and stationary goods are very attractive to the villagers. Clothes of various kinds, ready-made garments, cheap fancy goods, clay pots, whistles, bamboo flutes, toys, dolls, utensils, cheap sweets, cosmetics etc. have the greatest demand in the fair.

The special attraction of the village fair is its circus party, travelling jatra party, nagordolas and magic shows. Nowadays cinema parties also show films to the village people. All these keep them spell-bound till the fair ends.

A village fair is a means of recreation, change and social get-together of the village people. It breaks the monotony and boredom of their life. The government should encourage the fairs as they help development of rural arts and crafts. With all this, a village fair is a great charm to the village people.

Tree Plantation

Trees are the most important gift of nature. They are inseparable part of our existence. Since the dawn of civilization, man has a close relationship with trees. 

Trees help us in many ways. They are our best friends. They play an important role in our life and economy. We get fruits, flowers, fuel and timber from trees. Trees keep air fresh and improve our environment. They check soil erosion and save us from flood and storm. They give us oxygen and take away carbon dioxide. They help us to keep the ecological balance on our earth. They prevent natural calamities like flood, drought, soil erosion, etc. Without trees there will have no rain. They also provide shelter to birds and animals and add beauty to nature. So, considering all these things we should plant trees more and more in a planned way. 

Lands of this country are highly suitable for the growth and development of trees. Sea beaches, low-lying unused lands, sides of the highways and roads can be brought under the scheme of tree plantation. Generally, June and July are the most suitable period for planting trees in our country. There are some trees which can be planted round the year. 

The good news is that our people nowadays are more conscious about the importance of trees. The government has also taken a massive programme for tree plantation. This programme should be made popular all over the country. At the same time, we should not ruin the forests and destroy the trees. If for our necessity, we cut a tree then we must plant at least two trees. Everyone must come forward in this regard so that we can make our country a land of green beauty.

My Visit to a Place of Historical Interest

A historical place means a place which bears the testimony of history. It surely has some important past event  worth notable in history. A visit to a historical place is not only interesting but also educative. It is my spontaneous habit to visit the historical places of our country whenever I get time and chance because it gives me much pleasure. 

Last winter, I visited Bagerhat. The place is famous for the Shat Gombuj Mosque and the Mazar of Khan Jahan Ali. I along with my two friends started our journey on the fixed day, and reached the destination by eight hours' journey. When we reached there, it was night. So, we spent the night at a residential hotel in Bagerhat. Next morning we went out to visit the Shat Gombuj Mosque and the Majar of Khan Jahan Ali. It is three miles away from Bagerhat and we reached there by rickshaw. 
We were surprised to see the architectural structures of the mosque. It stands on sixty pillars and has seventy seven exquisitely curved domes. The area of mosque is very large and charming. There is a long tank near the mosque named ‘Ghoradighi’. The mosque has been declared as a world heritage site. In fact, this mosque is one of the greatest tourist attractions of Bangladesh. We came to know that this mosque was used not only as a prayer hall but also as a court of justice. We also felt ecstasy to see the unique design of the Mazar of Khan Jahan Ali. It stands on a raised ground. The tomb is made of cutting stone. There is a big tank in front of the mazar. There are some crocodiles in this big tank. When the caretaker called them, they came near. It was very interesting. Then we visited many social works of Khan Jahan Ali such as roads, public buildings, etc. 

It was a great pleasure for me to be at Bagerhat. It was indeed a rewarding visit. The sweet memory of this visit will remain ever fresh in my mind.

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