Hello! I'm Anu.I live in Bangladesh. Our
flat is on the outskirts of Dhaka, the capital city. It's on the top
floor of a two storey house and we share a garden with the families
who live on the ground floor.
Our part of the city is called
Narayanganj and it is built along the banks of the river Sitalakhya.
There are lots of factories and warehouses in Narayangonj. The river
is always busy, with boats carrying cargo to and from Bangladesh and
ports all over the world.
Rivers and boats are part of our
lives.A network of rivers spreads right across Bangladesh,two of
Asia's largest rivers -the Ganges and the Brahmaputra- meet here.
When the monsoon rains come,in June, some areas turn into huge
lakes. But the floods leave behind a layer of mud which is goods
for pants to grow in. By July every year , Bangladesh is very
green, and all over the countryside you can see fruit and