On 50 years of Bangladesh, we pay our utmost respect to the sacrifices made by the valiant freedom fighters in the liberation war of 1971. The history of our liberation is a source of courage for the next generation. But how much does the next generation know about the war of liberation? The heroic stories of patriotism will empower our children and teach them to love their nation. Grameenphone presents “Agamir Chokhe Bangladesh” with the firm belief to inspire our children, the pioneers of tomorrow, with those lessons of the liberation war.
To keep the monumental history alive, Grameenphone has taken an initiative to build a digital collection of stories based on true unforgettable events of 1971 and present them appropriately for children. These illustrated video contents are available on Grameenphone’s official YouTube channel and other digital platforms.
As parents or guardians, it is our responsibility to familiarize the next generation of Bangladesh with the history of our liberation. On 50 years of Bangladesh, let us all share these stories of liberation with our children. We hope to pass the torch of patriotism to the next generation to immortalize the history of Bangladesh for generations to come.
How does the next generation see Bangladesh? Grameenphone, in association with Prothom Alo, has organized an art competition to see how children, the pioneers of tomorrow, perceive Bangladesh today. Submit your child’s (3-12 years) artwork on their perception of Bangladesh between 12 – 16th December 2021 at the following link https://amarbangladesh.live/ Selected pictures will be featured on Grameenphone's Facebook page and Gollachut. Winners of the competition will receive attractive prizes.