Gold / 2018 / Press / Feature Story
Traditional Rice Processing In Bangladesh
In Bangladesh the rice mill workers start their day at the break of dawn. While a group of worker boiled the paddy rice and others carry and spread on the floor of out side the rice mill to dry under the sun. By continue raking it out and then sweeping it back they make sure that dry process running properly. This is traditional methods of rice processing . Children live in the rice mill with their parents who work and earns live hood there. While parents working the elder one is taking care his younger sibling. Some of them play on the field during rice process. Some of them help their parents during work. There are 300 boiler rice mills in Ashuganj and about 60 in Bhairab and nearly 12000 female work in those rice mill.
Md. Tanveer Hassan Rohan was born and brought up in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. He has an utter passion for photography and photography has been his passion for a very long time. He has been awarded AFIAP (Artiste FIAP) distinction from Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique in 2016. He got Many National and International awards and his work exhibited in more than 45 countries. It is with utmost diligent and inspiration that he is willing to carry on this passion throughout his life.