A Journey by Train I Made Composition

A Journey by Train I Made Composition Introduction: There are many quick means by which one can travel from one place to another. Among them, a journey by train is cheap but enjoyable. I had a great attraction on a train journey. Once I got an opportunity to make a long journey by train. It was from Dhaka to Chittagong.

Description: During the last winter vacation one of my friends requested me to attend his sister’s marriage ceremony at Chittagong. So I got a chance to make a journey by train. I accepted this invitation gladly. Two other friends joined us. On the fixed day we reached Kamalapur station at 7 a.m. The station was very crowded. Somehow we managed to buy our tickets. With great difficulty, we got into the compartment. After a few minutes, the guard blew the whistle and the train began to run.

Scenery enjoyed: I kept looking outside through the window. The train was passing through the green fields. Dew drops on green grasses were glittering like pearls. Trees and houses seemed to run behind. It was exciting for me to see the sights of rural Bangladesh. Small children were standing by the railroads, the carts were moving through the village roads, the farmers were working in the field, the village women were carrying pitchers, the cattle were grazing in the field, etc. These sights reminded me of a poem on the train.

I could not but recite some of its lines: Faster than fairies, faster than witches, Bridges, houses, hedges, and ditches; and here is a mill, and there is a river, each a glimpse and gone forever. While I was enjoying all these beautiful sights and sounds, I found my friends dozing. When I looked inside the compartment I also saw some other people dozing. Some were reading newspapers. The train touched a few big stations. We bought boiled eggs, bananas, magazines, etc. from the hawkers. When the train started from Feni station, the beautiful sights of some Indian hills came into my view. All these filled my mind with pleasure. At last, the train reached Chittagong at 5 p.m. and we got down safely with our luggage.

Conclusion: It was a very nice train journey. I enjoyed the journey from the beginning to the end. I enjoyed it so much that the memory of the journey will remain ever-fresh in my mind.

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A Religious Festival Composition


A Religious Festival  Composition Among the religious festival, Idul-Fitri is the greatest one. On this day Muslims make charity and give away a fixed amount of money to the poor. This is called “Fitar” So the name of this festival is Idul-Fitri.

Description: There is a great éclat throughout the country on this day. Children pass the night very excite and make various preparations. Some of them use fire-work and decorate and illuminate their houses. As soon as the day dawn, all rise from their beds. They go to the pond or river and take bath.

They put on new and finest dresses. They use and make friendly embracement with one another. All take email and other kinds of sweets. Sweets are also distributed among the poor, Friends, and relatives. The poor people flock to the house of the rich and are fed there. There is a flow of great joy and merriment everywhere.

The prayer: This being over, all proceeds towards the maidan to say a prayer in congregation. Children also flock there in large members to see the assembly of the people, When the prayer is over, the Imam delivers khutba. He explains the significance of this day. He directs people to do their duties to others. He tells them to forget all enmity and rivalry among them. In the end, they raise their hands to Munajat to pardon their sins to Allah.

Conclusion: Last of all, people embrace one another and invite others to take sweets to everyone’s house. In the evening, they visit the house of their relatives and friends and pass their time in marriage-making. It is our foremost duty to forget all enmity among us.

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