Winners (front row) of the Rise High Bangladesh competition with the chief guest, members of the jury panel and other dignitaries at the award giving ceremony.
The Rise High Bangladesh initiative also honoured the founders of the world's leading content marketing and syndication platform NewsCred - Iraj Islam, Shafqat Islam, and Asif Rahman - for their outstanding contribution to carve out a place for Bangladesh on the global stage.
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|1||Green Bees||University of Rajshahi||47896|
|2||V Squad||University of Rajshahi||35825|
|3||Team X-Poser||Army Institute of Business Administration (AIBA), Savar||22133|
|4||Third Dimension||Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP)||17830|
|5||Archon||Army Institute of Business Administration (AIBA), Savar||12150|
|6||Sept of Baelor||University of Dhaka||10824|
|7||Team Dream||Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka||7365|
|8||Team Butterfly Effect||Jahangirnagar University||7362|
|9||Sleepers Jeepers||Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka||5942|
|10||Team Believers||Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP)||4402|
Nakshi kantha is a kind of embroidered quilt. It is a kind of traditional craft and is said to be indigenous to Bangladesh and West Bengal in India. The art has been practiced in rural Bengal for centuries. Old or new cloth and thread are used to make these quilts. Mymensingh, Jamalpur, Rajshahi, Faridpur, Bogra and Jessore are most famous for this craft. Now it is produced commercially.
The unique trend of rickshaw art started from Rajshahi and Dhaka in Bangladesh and took its own style in each district. For instance, Chittagong being a more pious city then Dhaka mostly had floral or scenery in the rickshaws where as Comilla has plain rickshaws with beautiful dark blue or green hood on which is sewn an appliqué of a minaret or floral design.
There is very little variety in the ornaments that tribal women wear. In north Bengal they wear almost identical ornaments. Santal and Oraon women wear ornaments on their hands, feet, nose, ears and neck. Chakma women wear bangles and anklets, as well as coin earrings and necklaces. Garo women do up their hair in buns, which they then adorn with flowers. Magh women use a herbal powder or wood paste to lighten their faces.
The winning teams will be granted mentorship with three of the brightest minds in Bangladesh. This will be a unique opportunity to hone your skills under their expert tutelage and learn from the very best in the business. May the best team RISE HIGH!