Write an email to your foreign friend telling him about beauty of Bangladesh

To: john@gmail.com

From: rana@gmail.com

Sent: 10th January, 2025. 03:00 PM

Subject: About my country and her people

Dear John,

Take my love. Hope you are keeping well. This is to say thanks for your last e-mail. You have wanted to know about my country and about her people. Thanks for this kind of curiosity.

Bangladesh is an independent country. It became independent in 1971. Dhaka is its capital. It is a small country. But it has a large population. It is mainly an agricultural country. About 80 percent of people live in the villages. Its main crops are rice, jute, sugar- cane and tea. We export tea and jute and earn a lot of foreign exchange. Many kinds of fruits also grow here. Jack fruits, mangoes, pine apples and water melons are the most common. Bangladesh is a riverine country. The main rivers are the Padma, the Meghna, and the Jamuna. We have many interesting places. The Sundarbans, Rangamati and Cox’s Bazar are very attractive. The Royal Bengal Tiger lives in the sundarbans. The Cox’s Bazar beach is the longest sea beach in the world. We have also many festivals. Pahela Baishakh is the biggest celebration in which all the people join. People from different communities live here in peace.

No more today. Please let me know about your country in details. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Have a nice time.

Your loving friend


Write an email to your foreign friend telling him about beauty of Bangladesh

Subject: Discovering the beauty of Bangladesh

Dear [Friend's Name],

I hope this email finds you in good health and high spirits. I am writing to share with you my recent experience of discovering the beauty of Bangladesh.

As you know, Bangladesh is a country in South Asia that is often overlooked by travelers. However, I have had the pleasure of exploring this beautiful country and have been amazed by its natural beauty, cultural richness, and warm hospitality.

One of the highlights of my trip was visiting the world's largest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans. It was an awe-inspiring experience to witness the vast expanse of greenery and the incredible wildlife, including the Bengal tiger, crocodiles, and various species of birds.

Another beautiful place I visited was Cox's Bazar, which boasts the longest natural sea beach in the world. The clear blue waters, white sandy beaches, and the beautiful sunset views were truly breathtaking.

Apart from the natural beauty, I also enjoyed exploring the rich culture and heritage of Bangladesh. The historic city of Dhaka, with its old bazaars, beautiful mosques, and palaces, was a fascinating place to visit. The vibrant art, music, and dance scenes were also impressive.

Finally, I cannot forget to mention the warm and friendly people of Bangladesh. Their kindness, hospitality, and generosity made my trip even more memorable.

In conclusion, Bangladesh is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. I would highly recommend a visit to this beautiful country to anyone who loves nature, culture, and adventure.

I hope to hear your thoughts on Bangladesh and would love to welcome you here someday.

Best regards,

[Your Name]