People’s Republic of Bangladesh is a sovereign state in the South Asia. It forms the biggest and eastern part the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. They country situated at the apex of the Bay of Bengal, bordered by India and Myanmar and is alienated from Nepal and Bhutan by the narrow Siliguri Corridor.
It is the world‘s eighth-most populated country, with a population of 180 million that is also the fifth-most populated country in Asia and the third-most populated Muslim-majority country. The mother tongue of the country is Bangla, is also one of their official languages.
The Bengali language is the seventh most oral language in the world, which also shares with the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura and Assam.
For the first time, the Bangladeshi flag was hoisted on 23 March 1971, Pakistan‘s Republic Day. During the liberation war in 1971, Bengali peoples declared the independence and created the Mukti Bahini which is called the Bangladeshi National Liberation Army. The liberation war was enduring for nine months and ended after the surrender of Pakistan‘s military to the Bangladesh and India Allied Forces on the memorable day of 16 December 1971.