Dhaka university students decorating on “Shahid Minar” bed with flower at the “Central Shaheed Minar” (Language Martyrs) Monument on the occasion of International Mother Language Day. Political and socio-cultural organization and individuals place wreaths at the “Central Shaheed Minar” (Language Martyrs) Monument.
“Central Shaheed Minar” (Language Martyrs) Monument in Dhaka city built in memory of the students and other s killed during the historical language movement on 21 February, 1952. The day is observed across the country with due solemnity . it marked the first sprouting on intense nationalist feeling of the people. Immortal 21 February (Amar Ekushey) is a landmark in the process of forging the country’s cultural identity that triggered a heroic movement against attempts to stifle Bengali – the mother tongue of the people of Bangladesh. The day is now observed all over the world as International Mother Language Day as declared by the UNESCO. February 21, 2015/ Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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