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In the softness of the rain, life is breathtaking

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  • 27 April, 2022 12:11:12

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Bashemurabiprabi Correspondent: After the winter and spring, the nature became dry due to prolonged drought in the summer season. That roughness was also seen in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman University of Science and Technology (Bashemurbiprabi).

 Finally, on Friday (April 22), after a few downpours of rain, that lifelessness has come to life in nature. This rain has also touched the garden of Bashemurabiprabir.

Scattered throughout the university's Lekpar and VC bungalow areas are red ornamental paper flowers or red ornamental shrubs known as Baganbilas. Baganbilas flowers are adorned on the gate in a place similar to the entrance at the entrance to the lake. Everyone's eyes are drawn to the beautiful colors. Bashemurabiprabir's garden luxury proves the beauty that exists even in odorless flowers.

Baganbilas on the pillar adjacent to the bungalow gate in the VC bungalow area indicates the existence of red color. The VC Bungalow has a magnificent garden as if it is a new place of interest on campus.

Talking to the students, it is learned that a beautiful view has been created in the area around the bungalow. Students on campus are going, taking pictures, enjoying the beauty of nature. The flowers are spreading more liveliness in the recent rains. And the students are also fascinated by it.

It has been seen on the spot that someone is picking up the garden luxuries that have fallen from under the trees, while others are holding pictures. Pedestrians including students are enjoying the beauty of flowers even if they pass in front of these trees.

Incidentally, Baganbilas in Bengali, which is Bougainvillea in English and its binary name Bougainvillea spectabilis. This colorful flowering plant originates from the continent of South America. In the southern United States, including tropical countries, gardening is grown as a herb to enhance the beauty of the home or around the house. The plant is named Bougainvillea or Baganbilas after the French explorer Louis Ottoin de Bougainvillea.

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