Wood Carving of Bangladesh

Wood Carving of Bangladesh


The geographical area of Bangladesh - extending through the plateau and plains to the marshy land skirted by the Bay of Bengal- produce a wide variety of wood yielding plants. Botanists have identified a list of forty such wood yielding plants including bara chakma, barajamun, bauriphal, bhandras, binga, boilam, bondara, budgrat, chalta, chilauni, dhudol, eng, genedelli, geria, goda, jalpai, jam, kabashi, kandeb, kanak champa, kandra, kum, lali-kawala, lampati, lassuni, mada, mandania, murtega, orcha, palok, petakara, pitagoria, poshur, ramphal, saar, sandugaza, sultana, champa, sunder, sundry, sura, telsur and tula.

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