27 December, 2020

  • Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

    Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

  • Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

    Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

  • Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

    Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

  • Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

    Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

  • Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba

    Dekhon Barman, a housewife in her 50s, has painted her mud house with traditional designs and drawings of flower plants in Tikel, a remote village in Chanpainawabganj’s Nachol. Photo: Umme Habiba