The names of various Hindu personalities have come up again and again at different times in the world for their achievements in various fields. The Hindu community has made an impression in all fields including education, health, sports, science etc. The Hindus of Bangladesh are not lagging in its continuity. Recently, the names of various Hindu personalities of Bangladesh have been repeatedly discussed for their achievements in various fields. Today, some of the most striking Bangladeshi Hindus are being highlighted here.
Actress Bidya Sinha Saha Mim
The United Nations has recently appointed Hindu actress Bidya Sinha Saha Mim as National Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF Bangladesh. Hindu actress Bidya Sinha Saha Mim has previously won the country’s National Film Award. The announcement was made at a function organized by UNICEF Bangladesh at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka on Thursday. UNICEF says Mim has worked to protect children’s rights. This time Mim has been added to the list of those who have done this by using their popularity in different countries. UNICEF also said that Mim will work as UNICEF’s National Goodwill Ambassador in Bangladesh to raise awareness about children’s rights. She will work especially for the most neglected children and victims of various forms of violence.
Wrestler Tithi Roy
Recently, Tithi Roy, a Hindu wrestler, came up for discussion after becoming the champion in the women’s wrestling competition in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Tithi Roy, a Hindu woman wrestler, became the champion after defeating Fatema Begum of Bangladesh Police in a 25-minute battle in three rounds at the 67th DC Saheb Wrestling Competition held in Cox’s Bazar on Saturday (May 7). The Hindu community in Bangladesh and around the world is overjoyed by her success.
Cricketer Liton Kumar Das
Bangladeshi Hindu cricketer Liton Kumar Das has silenced critics with his recent performances. He has also scored a century in addition to responding to critics with a series of runs. The Hindu cricketer was on fire in the Dhaka Test against Sri Lanka. He seems to have sent each ball off the field thinking of the critics’ long-winded remarks. Several times he has been the victim of offensive remarks about his religious identity on the pretext of criticizing his batting. Besides saving the team from a big batting disaster, this Bangladeshi Hindu cricketer has come to the fore in the world of cricket by playing an impeccable inning of 141 runs.
Footballer Bishwanath Ghosh
Bangladeshi football club Bashundhara Kings has created a stir by defeating Gokulam Kerala in the AFC Cup held in India. One of the leaders of their victory was Bangladeshi Hindu footballer Bishwanath Ghosh. At the end of the match, before the victory celebration, he did Pranam and remembered Bhagwan. Seeing this gesture of his prostration, the Hindu community of Bangladesh and the whole world is applauding. At the end of the match, he said, “The victory came by the grace of Bhagwan.”
Boxer Suro Krishna Chakma
This is the first time that an international professional boxing tournament is being organized in Bangladesh. This professional boxing tournament is named South Asian Professional Boxing Fight Night — The Ultimate Glory. In the 61 kg weight category, Bangladeshi Hindu Suro Krishna Chakma defeated the strongest opponent Mahendra Bahadur Chand from Nepal in a four-round match and won the gold medal in international professional boxing for the first time for Bangladesh. This achievement of champion Suro Krishna Chakma has naturally made Bangladesh and the entire Hindu community of the world very proud.