Rickshaw in bangladesh

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Published on March 4, 2014

Author: JashiurJabbar

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A Common Transport in Bangladesh ...

RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH PRESENTED BY: NAIMAH QOUCER NAVITAS ENGLISH

About Rickshaw: • 3 Wheeled Passenger Cart • Human Powered by Paddling • First Introduced in Japan in the Early Twentieth Century • The Term "Rickshaw" is Derived from the Japanese Jinrikisha, meaning "MAN-POWER-VEHICLE" RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH

History of Rickshaw: • In 1950s the Cycle Rickshaw had Disappeared from Japan and replaced by motorized vehicles • In the 1930 and early '40s Rickshaw Became Popular in Indonesia, Singapore and other Southeast Asian countries • Dhaka (i.e. Capital of Bangladesh) Got Rickshaw from Calcutta, a City of India, Where It was First Introduced around 1930 RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH

Rickshaw as a Mode of Transport: • Easily Available • Cheaper Fare • Enjoyable Journey • Eco-Friendly / Environmental Safe • Employment of Poor Rickshaw Puller RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH

Other Uses of Rickshaw: • Announcement • Advertisement • Carrying Goods • Symbol of Culture RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH

Rickshaw Art: • Rickshaw Looks Very Beautiful for the Painting • The Painting Subject Could be Natural, Film Poster or Religious • The Painted Tin Sheet Represents the Painter’s Choice and Designing Skill RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH

End Notes about Rickshaw: • Rickshaws are Cheap and Popular Mode of Transport • Non-motorized Vehicle, NO Noise • NO Waste of Fuel, NO Air Pollution • Efficient Transport for short to medium distances • Best Transport for Women, Small Children and Elder Persons • 5 Million People Throughout the Country are Dependent on Rickshaw RICKSHAW IN BANGLADESH

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