The delta composed of the confluence of three great rivers emptying in the Bay of Bengal is one of stark beauty, water-soaked ecosystems, monsoon forests, diverse creatures and rich human cultural traditions. Here, the Ganga (Padma), Brahmaputra (Jamuna) and Meghna come together in one of the world’s largest, post densely populated and productive deltas. The surrounding hill and mountain ranges that drain into the modern state of Bangladesh are rugged and once formed a veritable frontier between plains India and the remote interiors of South East Asia. Conservations challengers are significant but key protected areas host examples of key ecosystems-mangrove forests, deciduous forests, evergreen rainforest and wetlands. The albums in this section are the product of decades of personal experience, explorations and deep family connections in this part of South Asia.
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