Ramadan Gallery 2017

A child is all smiles as she takes a ride at DNCC Wonderland in Dhaka's Shyamoli a day after the Eid on Tuesday. Photo: asaduzzaman pramanik
Holidaymakers descended in their thousands on the amusement centres in Dhaka on Tuesday, a day after the Eid-ul-Fitr. Guardians along with children enjoyed the rides after lining up in long queues.
Two boys embrace each other after the Eid prayers at Chittagong’s Jamiatul Falah grounds on Monday. Photo: mostafigur rahman
Many children accompanied their guardians to Eid prayers on Monday. Photo: mostafigur rahman
Garment workers walk to their workplaces. The wages earned from gruelling work are easily sent home using mobile banking.
Thousands of workers of Bangladesh's garment sector use mobile banking to send their hard-earned money to village homes.
People these days surf through catalogues of reputed fashion brands on the internet and smart TVs. The trend grows intense on the eve of Eid-Ul-Fitr. Photo: asaduzzaman pramanik
Unlike previous years, shopping online before Eid has picked up pace alongside in-store purchase in Dhaka. Online shops on Facebook and other e-commerce sites are convenient for many. Payment through ...
Children of Chander Hashi School are happy receiving their Eid dresses. The non-profit organisation launched a Facebook campaign to collect fund through mobile banking for buying Eid clothes for the kids. The picture is taken on Friday. Photo: tanvir ahammed
The smile of the moon or a smile as big as the moon, whatever you call it – it was a day of smile for these street urchins who received new clothes for upcoming Eid festival, which their families cann ...
People queue up at Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital to avail tickets for their desired destinations prior to Eid-Ul-Fitr on Tuesday. Photo: mostafigur rahman
The queues keep getting longer at Dhaka’s Kamalapur Railway Station as people come to get advance train tickets for Eid holidays. Photo: mostafigur rahman
A customer smiles after getting bus tickets for Eid trips home. Photo taken on Monday at a bus counter in Dhaka’s Gabtoli. Photo: asaduzzaman pramanik
Large crowds line up for bus tickets to travel during Eid on the first day of advance booking on Monday. Photo: asaduzzaman pramanik
Customers checking dresses for Eid.
With the Eid-ul-Fitr around two weeks away, the shopping centres are getting overcrowded. The shops were filled with customers in New Market on Friday. Photo: tanvir ahammed
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