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Freedom of Mind

 

No prayer is complete without presence. – Rumi

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Take a peek

 

We may train or peek for a certain race in life, but at the end of the day you have to work for a lifetime to ensure success.

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lets HELP them FREE

 

Trafficked victims have no respite. They are tortured outside the country and they come back, they face difficulties in merging with society. They need a helping hand, one that only YOU can provide.

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Human not for SALE

 

Thousands of children are separated from their parents every year due to trafficking.

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STOP Human Trafficking

 

Human trafficking is a violation against the human rights, but it continues to be one of the most dominant problems that our country faces.

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French Pedicure

Many women choose to have a French pedicure at the beginning of warm weather months so that their feet look nice in sandals and open-toed shoes. Other women maintain a French pedicure all year long. A French pedicure, as compared to a pedicure done with a vibrant color of nail polish, looks more natural and leaves the feet looking neat and well-cared for. Some prefer this look to the look of toenails painted with bright pinks or reds, which are common shades of nail polish.

 

Step 1: Fill a basin with warm water and a squirt of antibacterial moisturizing bath soap. Soak your feet in the footbath for 15 minutes. The warm water with soften your skin and help remove any dirt around your toenails.

 

Step 2: Remove your feet from the warm water soak after the 15-minute waiting period. Dry your feet thoroughly with an absorbent towel.

 

Step 3: Push the cuticles around each of your toenails back with a cuticle pusher. To do so, push ever so gently around the skin of each cuticle with the cuticle pusher. Continue pushing until the cuticles appear nearly invisible. This will give your toenails a neater appearance and also elongate the nail bed.

 

Step 4: Trim your toenails straight across using a pair of toenail clippers. Trim your toenails even with your skin line. Cutting your toenails straight across will help prevent ingrown toenail problems.

 

Step 5: Moisturize your feet after pushing back your cuticles, using a moisturizing foot lotion. Apply a dime-sized amount of lotion to each foot, rubbing it into your heels, balls of your feet, tops of your feet and toes. Continue rubbing until the skin of your feet completely absorbs the lotion.

 

Step 6: Apply two coats of pale pink or beige nail polish to your toenails. Start with the big toe of one foot and work your way around to the other toes. Then, move onto the next foot. Brush each coat on thinly and evenly.

 

Step 7: Brush a coat of white nail polish onto the whites of your toenails. You will need a steady hand to do this. The idea is to enhance the white of the nails with the white nail polish. Start at one end of your nail and run the brush across horizontally to the other end, following the line that separates the white from the fleshy color of the toenail.

 

Step 8: Apply a coat of clear nail polish over each toenail after applying the white polish. Allow your toenails plenty of time to dry before slipping on your socks or shoes. If you need to head outdoors, a pair of flip-flops will protect the bottoms of your feet without smudging your toes.

 

 

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GARO

 

Bangladesh has been the home of the Garo tribe for hundreds of centuries. The tribe previously preached Sonatoni but, today, almost every Garo is a Christian. Their culture, dressing style and eating habits is completely dissimilar from every other tribe in Bangladesh. The tribal language of Garos is Achick.

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CHAKMA

 

The Chakma tribe, also called the Changmas, is probably the prime tribe known to dwell in the Chittagong Hill Tracts area. The tribe has its own culture and traditions, music and the dialect. The Chakmas practice Buddhism and, they are ruled over, till date, by a king.

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MARMA

 

The Marma tribe, or the Magh, is Bangladesh’s second major tribal group existent. The Marma people are stern followers of Buddhism and live, mostly, in the hilly regions of Khagrachari, Rangamati and Bandarban. Marmas depend entirely on Jhum cultivation for their living.

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SAWTAL

 

The Sawtal tribe, one of Bangladesh’s chief ethnic groups, lives in the northern district for few centuries now. This tribe speaks in its ethnic language, Sawtali and has been known to practice idolism as a religion. The Sawtal people have darker skin tones and curly hairs.