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Best Paragraph List For Class SSC & HSC Candidates 2017

Best Paragraph List For Class SSC & HSC Candidates

Influence of Western Civilisation

Civilisation means an advanced and organised state of human and social development. It exposes a society or a country, its culture and its way of life during a particular period of time. In fact, a country or a nation is known by its civilisation. The Best Paragraph List For Class SSC & HSC Candidates 2017influence of western civilisation is the most talked topic. Western culture is intruding into our culture in a very alarming way. This intrusion of western culture into our own culture has both advantages and disadvantages. Now young generation takes little interest in our own traditional folk song. Pop music gives them more pleasure. Very few people hear the ‘ektara’, ‘dotara’, Baul song, ‘jari’ and ‘shari gan’. These days no more people go to see the ‘jatra’ that was a great source of entertainment in the past. The circus show is now less popular than before. Western civilisation has introduced us with the people, society, food, dress, education, history and culture of the whole of western world. Gradually we are changing our dress pattern and speaking style with English accent. Now the western hamburgers, sandwiches, hotdogs, yoghurt, dossa, pizza, kentucky fried chicken and rolls have become very popular. Western civilisation develops our consciousness of the western world and helps us to make a comparative study between western civilisation and ours and to judge the standard of our culture. It also helps to enrich our civilisation by accepting the good things of western civilisation. The disadvantages of western civilisation for our society are very remarkable. It has already created such bad effect on our youngsters.The young people are trying to imitate western gross and vulgar culture forgetting our own culture. If this continues, our own culture and tradition will be vanished immediately. In the present global world, we cannot discard western civilisation. So, we should try to grasp what is good and abandon what is bad in western civilisation.

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Holy Eid-ul-fitr

Eid-ul-fitr is the biggest religious festival of the Muslims. It comes to us marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The Muslims in our country as everywhere throughout the world celebrate it with religious fervour. During the holy month of Ramadan the Muslims keep fasting because it is regarded asn one of the five pillars of Islam. The month-long fasting gives us the opportunity to reshape our life in accordance with the teachings of Islam. Moreover, it prohibits us from doing all wrong, inhuman and harmful acts and at the same time develops fellow feeling and philanthropic mentality in us. Eid-ul-fitrcomes to us to establish peace and harmony in the society. So, all kinds of falsehood and wrongdoing, which bring anarchy in the society, must be eradicated. Eid comes to us not only for enjoyment but also for our self-judgement and purification. On Eid Day we should have our hearty thanks and devotions to the Almighty Creator. In fact, Eid awakens in us the spirit that stimulates us in giving a concrete shape to the worldly and spiritual life. The common scene on Eid Day is exchanging greeting and embracing after prayers. We also visit family members, friends and neighbours and exchange our greetings. Eid teaches us the great qualities of charity and sharing and it is a symbol of unity and fraternity. So, we should celebrate this Eid Day with a view to establishing an exploitation-free society.

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a beautiful country lying on the shore of the Bay of Bengal. It is situated in South Asia surrounded by India on three sides where Myanmar is little away to the south of the country. Geographically Bangladesh is placed on a fertile land where there are many big and small rivers and few hills. Bangladesh earned her independence in 1971 from the Pakistani autocracy that imposed a rule oftorture, oppression and discrimination since 1947 when the Indian subcontinent was divided into two parts by the British colonists. Bangladesh achieved the long-cherished independence on December 16, 1971 after a bloody war of nine months and established a separate identity on the world map. Her capital city is\Dhaka. The people of Bangladesh speak in Bangla. The minor group of indigenous people who are scattered all over the country speak their aboriginal language along with Bangla. It is to be mentioned here that Bangalees are the only nation who laid down their lives for their language and established it as a prime language during the regime of Pakistani rule in 1952. Most of the people are Muslims but there are other religious people, i.e. Hindus, Christians and Buddhists who live in peace creating a tranquil brotherhood of one single national identity. They share and participate in each other‘s joys and sorrowsnd celebrate each other‘s ceremonies without any religious dogmatism or prejudices. They celebrate Eids, Pujas and Christian festivals with traditional festivities. Geographical position of the country provides it with a moderate climate. Summer and winter are not extreme. In Bangladesh there are six seasons—summer, the rainy season, early autumn, late autumn, winter and spring. Our climate is very congenial for producing agricultural items like rice, jute, sugarcane, etc. The chief occupation of people is agriculture. Almost 80% people depend on agriculture while people of other professions are gradually rising. However, this rise is seen in the urban areas only but rural community can never part withagriculture. Cox‘s Bazar, the four hilly districts, Sylhet, Kuakata, Moynamoti, the Shat Gombuj Mosque, the Buddhist Vihara are some of the main tourist spots of Bangladesh.

Sidr

According to the official language of Sri Lanka – Sinhalese, the word ‗Sidr‘ stands for ‗eye‘. Definitely,the Sidr does not look like the eyes. The Sidr, the terrible eye, rushed with great signal number 10 and smashed the whole southern districts on the night of November 15, 2007. With wind speed up to 280 km per hour and tidal surge of 20 to 25 feet high, the Sidr flattened the Sundarbans, Mongla port, Khulna, Bhola, Patuakhali, Barguna, Jhalakhati, Pirospur, Satkhira, Shariatpur, Faridpur, Gopalganj, Bagerhat and Barisal. The Sidr has devastated crops, houses, trees, mangrove forest, livestock, birds, animals, infrastructures etc. The death has crossed eight thousand people. More than a thousand are reported dead according to the grief-stricken relatives. Preliminary investigations have suggested that nearly 60000 persons have been injured. It is also apparent that more than a million rural households have been seriously affected. Standing crops on 1.6 million acres have been fully ruined. Over 8000 educationalinstitutions have been fully or partially destroyed. This has hampered educational activities of nearly 750,000 students. Preliminary assessment has indicated that nearly 20 percent of the vegetables have been destroyed. Almost one-third of the Sundarbans, a world heritage, has been totally demolished. The government of this country supplies relief to the affected people and ensures rehabilitation. The concerned authority must ensure information about the natural disasters, warn people and shift them to safe places.The young students can help people with rescue operation. They can raise awareness among the people so that they can take precautionary measures. They can also work in coordination with the govt. NGOs and donor agencies to assist the affected people of natural disasters like the Sidr.

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Shaheed Minar

The Central Shaheed Minar, designed by Hamidur Rahman, was built in honour of the martyrs who were killed in 1952 during the historical Language Movement. It is located at the premises of Dhaka University, beside the Dhaka Medical College. The Shaheed Minar is not simply a memorial but something more. It is of great importance and significance in our national life. The Shaheed Minar is the symbol of our national hopes and aspirations. It has been designed with a view to focussing on the Language Movement as the central concept. The Shaheed Minar conveys the aspirations of the people. The basic horizontal and vertical forms of the Shaheed Minar bring out the concept of Bengali solidarity and unity for her national identity. The vertical lines are the manifestations of inner strength and the four columns on both sides of the central structure reflect the balance and harmony of a united stand. Thus, the Shaheed Minar stands for the unified aspirations of Bengali identity and nationalism. The original design had included stained glass with hundreds of eyes, through which the sunlight could pass. The marble floor of the Shaheed Minar is to reflect the moving shadows of the columns showing an unending process of revolt from dawn to dusk. In the basement of the Minar, architect Rahman has designed a grand fresco work of 1500 square feet that depicts the language movement. Every year on 21 February, people with flowers and wreaths go to the Shaheed Minar early in the morning to show respect to the valiant language martyrs. When we stand before a Shaheed Minar, we feel honoured and proud of our own motherland. Our heart lifts with pride for those brave sons who dedicated their souls for our mother tongue and for our own identity.

Good Health

Good health is the prerequisite for living in this world happily. It refers to the physical and mental soundness that makes one healthy, fit and active and keeps one free from diseases. But it is not easy to maintain good health. In order to keep good health, one should follow certain rules of health. One should take regular physical exercise, proper rest or sleep and above all, a balanced diet. It is a matter of regret that most of our people, as they are living below the poverty line, cannot manage all the foods necessary for maintaining good health. Even the rich and educated people of our country, though they take a wide variety of foods, are not conscious of the rules of good health. The ever-increasing problems of our dayto- day life seem to affect our health greatly. They give rise to frustration, hopelessness, mental disorder and too much socio-economic confusion. All these factors take away the peace of our mind and affect our health. However, a healthy person with a simple and carefree life is likely to enjoy a sound mind. Since we know that a sound mind lives in a sound body, we should ensure sound body i.e. good health.

Living in a Nuclear or an Extended Family

Living in a family is the traditional trend of human beings. Some people live in nuclear families and somein extended families. Living both in nuclear families and extended families have some advantages as well as some disadvantages. I live in an extended family. I often face some problems. Nevertheless, I am happy there. But nowadays, nuclear families are increasing day by day. Our life has become very busy. At the same time, being bound to live in cities in search of income, people are going to be detached from their parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. They live in cities with their wives and children only. But life in cities is not so easy nowadays. So, with the gradual increase of the price of daily commodities, they cannot send money to the extended families in villages. In a nuclear family, the children can grow up in a suitable environment. They are there brought up soundly. But in reality, the children in a nuclear familyfeel lonely. They cannot share their feelings with others. Their parents remain busy most of the time. So,they remain mentally upset. Human mind is very sensitive. So, everyone wants to have a partner to sharehis distress and happiness. I do not support a nuclear family because in it family members become selfcentredin most cases. It is, in fact, a reality of modern life that people become compelled to form a nuclear family in the long distant cities being isolated from the near and dear ones.

Childhood Memories

We are fond of turning back from the present to the past again and again. The present may be good and enchanting but the past is golden. Nothing is more pleasant to us than the memories of our childhood. The memories of my childhood always haunt me like a passion. Whenever I am in a passive mood, I recollectthe sweet memories of my childhood and find a lot of pleasure. I have some memorable events of childhood. Some events still thrill me and make me uplifted. My playground was the bank of the mighty Arial Khan, which had a great attraction for me. Whenever I was not at home, I could be found on its sweet alluring bank. At times I used to row on the river, jump into it and swim in it with my playmates. I was very fond of stealing mangoes, litchis, blackberries, coconuts, papaws and other fruits in the company of my friends. Sometimes we would forget to eat our meals. In some afternoons, I would walk from one grove to another in search of birds in the bush near our house. Hundreds of birds made their nests in that bush. Very often I went there with my playmates to catch birds. Sometimes we would cook and eat themwith great pleasure like mini-picnic. At the age of five, I started my early education in a primary school situated in the neighbouring village. My playmates were also my classmates there. Thus my childhood was very enjoyable. When I remember my childhood, I feel very enthusiastic and happy. To recall those days of hunting, I cannot but quote few lines from the poem ―The Earth in My Palm‖ of Hasan Hafizur Rahman, translated by Mohammad Ali, ―There was a time/ When I used to go to a bird to know it, and/ My voice sang its song.

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Earthquake

Earthquake is a natural disaster. It is also known as a tremor. It is the result of a sudden release of energy in the earth‘s crust that creates seismic waves. It manifests itself by shaking and sometimes displacing the ground. Earthquakes are most common in volcanic and mountainous regions. Bangladesh lies in the active earthquake zone. As a result, she has already experienced several mild earthquakes during the recent years and it becomes frequent in Bangladesh. Most of the people of our country know it well what will happen ifa major earthquake hits Bangladesh. The experts cannot give straight answer to what extent damage Bangladesh will face if any major earthquake hits. However, experts believe that earthquake is a major threat for Bangladesh because she lies in the active earthquake zone and several mild earthquakes arerecurring here. For this, they are giving more attention to the issue of earthquake. So, steps have to betaken immediately to minimize the losses. Increase of awareness, development of earthquake resistantbuildings and many other steps must be implemented for reducing the loss of our lives and properties. Besides, different media should play an active role in this regard.

My First Day at College

In my life, some happenings have remained vivid in my memory. My first day at college is one of them and it has occupied an abiding place in the core of my heart. It was August 05, 1991. That day I had my bath and breakfast earlier. I put on my new cloths and went out for the college at 9 AM, with my parents‘ blessings. When the college building came into my view, my heart leapt up with pleasure. The large building, though I saw it before, appeared new to me. I felt freer, experienced boundless joy and thought myself in a new world. I went to the notice board and took down the routine. The bell rang. It was 10 AM. According to the routine, I entered a room numbered four. Aftea few moments, a gentleman entered. We all stood up and honoured him. He was the professor of English. When we sat down, he called over the rolls. His speech was mainly on our responsibility as college students. Then I attended Bangla and Computer classes. In the interval, I with one of my new classmates walked round the different blocks of the college building. I went to the student‘s common room. I noticed many differences between my school and college. In my school, all classes held in a row but in college there are intervals between classes. Moreover, teachers in college are very experienced. In my college, there are a huge library and a large common room, which are different from my school ones. I liked the teachers and the library most. I left the college. I returned home with a happy heart, a broad outlook and rich insight and experience.

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