National Things Of Bangladesh

National Flag of Bangladesh
The national flag of Bangladesh is bottle green in color and rectangular in size with the length to width ratio of 10:6. It bears a red circle on the background of green. The color in the background represents the greenery of Bangladesh while the red circle symbolizes the rising sun and the sacrifice of lives in our freedom fight. The national flag was designed by Kamrul Hasan. Prescribed sizes of the flag for buildings are 305cm X 183cm, 152cm X 91cm and 76cm X 46cm and for vehicles are 38cm X 23cm and 25cm X 15cm. 
                                                                                                    National parliament of Bangladesh 
Jatiyo Sangshad is the national parliament of Bangladesh. The current parliament of Bangladesh contains 300 seats, the occupants of which are called Members of Parliament or MPs. The parliament itself is housed in the Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban an architectural masterpiece designed by Louis Kahn.                                                                                                National poet of Bangladesh  Kazi Nazrul Islam was born on the 25th May 1898 at Churulia in the district of Burdwan, West Bengal, India. A most versatile and prolific genius of this part of the world, he worked in multiple literary genres producing and astonishing corpus of literary works in Bangla. His works include at least 50 books of poetry and songs, 4000 songs and ghazals, 6 books of stories and novels, 3 books of translations 53 plays, verse-plays and operas, 2 movie scripts, 5 books of essays and other kinds of prose writings.The poet died at Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh as National poet on the 29th August 1976. 
                                                                                                         National Flower of Bangladesh 
The Nymphaeaceae (water lilies) belong to the Order Nymphaeales. They are tuberous plants that are rooted in soil in bodies of water, with leaves and flowers floating on the water surface. The leaves are round, with a radial notch in Nymphaea and Nuphar, but fully circular in Victoria.The white water lily is the national flower of Bangladesh  
                                                                                                        National Animal of Bangladesh 
The Bengal Tiger or Royal Bengal Tiger is a subspecies of tiger found through the rainforests and grasslands of Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, India and Nepal. Its fur is orange-brown with black stripes. Male Bengal Tigers measure 2.7 to 3.1 m (8.86 to 10.17 ft) in length, weigh 180 to 258 kg (418 to 569 lb).The average female Bengal Tiger is approximately 2.5 m in length and weighs about 140 kg.                                                                                            National Bird of Bangladesh  The magpies are medium to large, often colorful and noisy passerine birds of the crow family, Corvidae. In Chinese, the magpie is called the "Bird of Happiness" or "Magpie of Happiness". It is a popular Chinese belief that magpies overhead bring luck and happiness. 
                                                                                                         National fruit of Bangladesh 
The Jackfruit taxonomic name Artocarpus heterophyllus. is a species of tree and its fruit, widely grown in Southeast-Asia and Brazil. The jackfruit is in the mulberry family Moraceae, and thought to be native to India and Bangladesh. It is the national fruit of Bangladesh.    
                                                                                                           National fish of Banglades
Hilsa, also pronounced Ilish is the national fish of Bangladesh and also relished in India's Bengali and Oriya speaking populace.Hilsa is mainly available in the Bangladesh rivers Padma, Meghna and Jamuna.  Those from Padma are considered to be the best in taste.   
                                                                                                       National game of Bangladesh 
Ha-du-du is a team pursuit sport, primarily played in South Asia. Ha-du-du is derived from a hindi word meaning holding breath. Ha-du-du is used as the chant in the game (see below) in most of the world.  However, in Bangladesh this is ha-du-du, in Nepal Do-Do, in Malaysia Chado-Guddo and in Indonesia Techib. Hadudu is recognised as the national game of Bangladesh.