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Published by Press Wing Bangabhaban, Dhaka (2006)

ISBN 10: 9843215834 ISBN 13: 9789843215833

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About this Item: Press Wing Bangabhaban, Dhaka, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface/President Professor Dr. Iajuddin Ahmed. Message/Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia. Acknowledgement. Introduction. 1. Site and surrounding/Abdul Momin Chowdhury and Khoundkar Alamgir. 2. Dilkhusa government house to Bangabhaban 1905 1971/Sharifuddin Ahmed. 3. Recent history 1972 2005/Habiba Khatun. 4. Role and activities/K.M. Mohsin and Isharaf Hossain. 5. Architecture construction and development/Shah Alam Zahiruddin and Shehzad Zahir. 6. Internal decoration and ornamentation/A. Painting Abdus Satter and Najma Khan Majlis. 7. Nature and environment/Kazi Zaker Husain Md. Nazrul Haque Anwara Begum Md. Abul Hassan Mohammad Zashim Uddin D. Soil Md. Sultan Hussain and M.A. Muzib. 8. Life sketches Lieutenant governors governors and presidents/Iftikhar ul Awwal. 9. Memories of the presidents about Bangabhaban/Abul Kalam Manzur Morshed H.M. Nure and Alam Talukdar. Short note Toshakhana/Najma Khan Majlis. Appendices i. List of secretaries to the president. ii. List of military secretaries to the president. iii. List of press secretaries to the president. Index. From the preface Bangabhaban has an eventful history. The area with the building presently called Bangabhaban started its journey with the partition of Bengal early in the twentieth century. It was then built as the office cum residence of the Lieutenant Governor of Eastern Bengal and Assam. Though the area now called Bangabhaban remained only an occasional residence of the Governor of Bengal after the annulment of the partition in 1912 it came to life again with the creation of Pakistan in 1947. The Governors of Pakistan's eastern wing made it their office cum residence. The importance of Bangabhaban grew significantly with the independence of Bangladesh. In fact occasionally Bangabhaban became the nerve centre of all political activities of the country. 400 pp. Seller Inventory # 59526

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