Ramadan 08 in Nawab Bari

September 7, 2008

Moulvi Abdullah Welfare Trust (MAWT) in collaboration with Songsod arranged iftari hawkers in the Talab Kinar. It is a month long temporary arrangement where hawkers are paying 200 taka -500 taka depending on the size of the stall. This innovative idea will bring some extra cash in MAWT’s coffer.

 

Photo Courtesy: Mohammed Talha

 

6 Responses to “Ramadan 08 in Nawab Bari”


  1. DEAR TALHA,
    EXCELLENT PHOTOGRAPHY KEEP IT UP GOOD WORK
    THIS TYPE OF PICTURES NAWABBARI GOAL TALAB REMINDS
    OUR GOLDEN MEMORIES OF BACK HOME AND CHILDHOOD
    RAMADAN MUBARAK TO EVERY ONE AND ASLO
    EID MUBARAK
    SOHAIB UNCLE FROM NEWYORK

  2. Mohd Talha Says:

    Thanks a lot Sohaib Uncle finally got some comment and a good one ill keep on clicking as long as you all appreciate my work Ramadan is going gr8 as always in Nawab Bari .
    Take care and Eid Mubarak To everyone .

  3. arshad Says:

    Talha-
    Again you have done a marvelous job!
    When you are free, can you get some pics of Chawkbazar during pre-iftari period and also, Gawshia or other market for Eid Rush!
    I think nawabbarians living abroad will really appreciate that as well.
    Arshad

  4. nashmin Says:

    omg! these food look soooo good!!!! …. hmm i dun even recall all this when i was in bd as a toddler heheh… but looking at all the fun everyone’s having even while their tummiez are growling… i wish to go there right away!!! …hopefully my next ramadan will be in bd.. =)

  5. Mohd Talha Says:

    well thanks once again well i hav lots pic from chalk Bazar iftar ill post them soon anything just let me know i hav tons of pic for you all to recall all yours memories

  6. Sy Kabir aka Monie Says:

    Hey T

    Excerlent pictures reminds me of my time out the in DHK1 getting a few things for the house with Dada just before iftar. God sum good memories walking to the mosque and see all these stores mainly friends selling sum awesome food with a real touch of Nawab bari.

    Chak Bazaar iftar …boy Im so glad you put the pics up coz alot of foreign born Nawab Baris have never heard oir even know the importance of Chalk bazaar so its a good eye open for them to get a taste of Old Town life…good job.


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