The national emblem of Bangladesh was adopted shortly after independence in 1971. Located on the emblem is a water lily that is bordered on two sides by rice sheaves. Above the water lily are four stars and a three connected jute leaves. The water lily is the country's national flower, and is representative of the many rivers that run through Bangladesh. Rice represents its presence as the staple food of Bangladesh, and for the agriculture of that nation. The four stars represent the four founding principles in the current constitution of Bangladesh of 1972: nationalism, secularism, socialism, and democracy
The Doyel Chottor is a monumental landmark of Dhaka city and is located in the heart of Dhaka University. It is a popular place for shopping Bangladeshi traditional handicrafts including handmade bamboo, wooden, jute, pottery items etc.
Our pride, the National Parliament house is a considered to be one of the largest legislative complexes of the world and has been described as one of the twentieth century's most significant buildings. It was designed by Architect Louis Kahn