Airport Road, Dhaka
- Bangladesh: Reflections on the Water by James
J Novak is the best all-round introduction to the country.
- A Quiet Violence by Betsy Hartmann and James
Boyce is the account of two Americans who lived for nine months in a
small rural village.
- Taslima Nasrin's Lajja (Shame) is set during
the 1992 Ayodhya stoush in India. The book is banned in Bangladesh and
its author is hiding in exile.
- The Rickshaws of Bangladesh by Robert
Gallagher is a fascinating study of the ubiquitous rickshaw and its
impact on the economy and society.
- A Tale of Millions by Rafiqul Islam is the
story of the War of Liberation told by a senior army officer.
Freedom War Of Bangladesh
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