Darjeeling Para in Keokradong

  • Darjeeling Para consists of 35 families from the Bawm tribe, who are divided into the Ruma Sadar and Remakri Pransa Unions at the foot of Bangladesh’s second-highest mountain peak, Keokradong, in Bandarban. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    Darjeeling Para consists of 35 families from the Bawm tribe, who are divided into the Ruma Sadar and Remakri Pransa Unions at the foot of Bangladesh’s second-highest mountain peak, Keokradong, in Bandarban. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • Keokradong, the country’s second-highest peak, is located near Darjileeng Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    Keokradong, the country’s second-highest peak, is located near Darjileeng Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • The sunrise is an enchanting sight at Darjeeling Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    The sunrise is an enchanting sight at Darjeeling Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • A child looks on from a house belonging to the Bawm tribe’s Darjeeling Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    A child looks on from a house belonging to the Bawm tribe’s Darjeeling Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • All the houses built by the Bawm tribe in Darjeeling Para, located at the foot of Bandarban’s Keokradong peak, are made of wood. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    All the houses built by the Bawm tribe in Darjeeling Para, located at the foot of Bandarban’s Keokradong peak, are made of wood. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • An open wooden resthouse has been set up at the centre of Darjeeling Para for tired hikers and wayfarers. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    An open wooden resthouse has been set up at the centre of Darjeeling Para for tired hikers and wayfarers. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • The children of Darjeeling Para play at this small open space in the afternoon. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    The children of Darjeeling Para play at this small open space in the afternoon. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • A group of tourists walk through Darjeeling Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    A group of tourists walk through Darjeeling Para. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • The children of Darjeeling Para play at this small open space in the afternoon. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    The children of Darjeeling Para play at this small open space in the afternoon. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • Darjeeling Para is surrounded by dense forests made of trees belonging to a variety of species. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    Darjeeling Para is surrounded by dense forests made of trees belonging to a variety of species. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • Darjeeling Para is surrounded by dense forests made of trees belonging to a variety of species. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    Darjeeling Para is surrounded by dense forests made of trees belonging to a variety of species. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

  • Darjeeling Para is surrounded by dense forests made of trees belonging to a variety of species. Photo: Usithoyai Marma

    Darjeeling Para is surrounded by dense forests made of trees belonging to a variety of species. Photo: Usithoyai Marma