Rajbari is a cultural as well as historical district. This district has been acting as a portrait of ancient Bangladesh. Different types of people live in the district. Their lifestyle, diet, movement is also different. Unlike some other regional areas in Bangladesh, there is not any specific local language. People use standard language here but it might be a little mixed language of Kushtia, Jessore, Faridpur, Pabna. The same thing happened in culture. That’s because most of the local people of Rajbari came from one of those districts because these are the nearest. But it is for sure that most of the people come from Pabna. In the sixteenth century some people came from Comilla and Noakhali as well. In some cases people loves to be traditional. They have maintained the hundred years of tradition. After all once Rajbari was home of kings! One thing is common amongst the people of this district. They love to live their life in a simpler way. From the beginning, the lifestyle of the people of this district is very simple. They love to serve guests. Rooti and Chicken are common favorite foods here. They also love muffins, all kinds of muffins. Dhupi, Patishapta, Kulshi are common amongst them. They love fish too. Hilsa, koi, boal, shoil etc are most common. Once Rajbari was a Hindu ruled area. Besides Muslims, there are plenty of Hindu people live here now. Both Hindu and Muslim religious people are very friendly to each other. There is no religious discrimination at all. Both are often invited in each other’s house. This is really good to see. When there is an occasion like Eid, Puja or anything else, it is really hard to find as a religious occasion. It’s an occasion for all. There are also other religious people like Christians, Buddhists. Well, number of
religion might be many but the unity is one .
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