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Jatra - a diminishing folk culture of Bangladesh

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Arifur Rahman is a freelance photographer .

The approach to his photographs is primarily to tell stories and a curiosity to know more about cultural differences. With a focus on humanity and diversity the aim of his documentary photography is to describe these topics in mainly people and places. And his imagery is often carried out in portraits, documenting social documentary issues.

Born in Bangladesh, he graduated from Dhaka University with a degree in Dental Surgery. his passion for photography began in 2008 . In 2010 he attended the Story telling Workshop of South Asian Media Academy (Pathshala)

His images, among others have been shown as photo essays online – documenting many aspects of the daily life particularly in Bangladesh. He works as a freelance photographer and is available for editorial and NGO assignments.

Md. Arifur Rahman 's current location:
Sylhet , Bangladesh

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