“As a journalist, storyteller, and visual artist working in an evolving media industry, I committed to investigate a wide range of global issues.” -monirul alam
Tag Archives | Bangladesh
Experience the journey of Anik Rahman, as he walks through life and immerses himself into humanitarian stories both inside and outside the borders of Bangladesh through h
A glimpse in the daily life of the people living along one of the most important river of Bangladesh
The transgenders in Bangladesh, and in other parts of South Asia, are locally known as Hijras. In the West, they are known as hermaphrodites or eunuchs.
My plan is to work on these single mothers and their struggles throughout Bangladesh and India..
A story about an Unwanted Umbrella who wants to travel the world.
Immortality or death? Love or hatred? what we belong? Beauty is a parameter. People want to stay beautiful as long as they alive. Some think they deserve the beauty.
Light, Life and a silent journey, a scenic pleasure. There are times when words cant describe emotions. There are times of serenity. Colors and light fill the space then.
It scares me how memories have been whitening from myself. I can’t even make the comparisons anymore nor I don’t want to, it is contradictory.
A showcase of street photos based on Barisal, Bangladesh
24/04/2016 Dhaka Bangladesh Monirul Alam The death workers DNA number display on the graveyard, people pay their respects at the Jurain graveyard at the capital’s Old Dhaka on April 24, 2016,
Photography is my hobby and there is no boundary on the road. You can catch every moment if you want. Just go close to your subject and capture the moment.
I was grown up in Dhaka. Since childhood there lies a fascination for this city.Probably one of the main reasons of loving street photography is because I live in this
Artist of Prachyanat stage a street drama, A cultural organization Bangladesh Udichi Shilpagoshthi organsed a cultural protest rally in city at Shahbag on 05 April, 2016,