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Tajirul Haque completed his Bachelors and Masters in Business Administration from Khulna University. In his early years at the university, he started working as a freelance writer, and a great passion for writing, he continued writing online even after completing his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He has experience writing in many different niches such as history, travel, recycling, online marketing, business education, insurance, entrepreneurship and sports.
From his childhood, having a great passion for cricket, he wanted to be a professional cricket player. This makes watching cricket matches his most favorite pastime, and he has profound knowledge about the history of cricket. Watching movies, travelling beautiful countryside, and cooking traditional Bangladeshi foods are some of his other hobbies.
His favorite part of history is the Elizabethan times. The world was opening up and it was the high point of the age of exploration. He would have loved to be an explorer going off the edge off the map and considers the Virgin Queen a fascinating character.
Leonardo Da Vinci, the man attributed with creating one of the most famous paintings in the world – the iconic Mona Lisa, is also believed to have created one of the most powerful self... Read more
A group of Austrian researchers has revealed that Roman gladiators used to eat a vegetarian diet – and washed it down with a ‘sports drink’ made from vinegar and plant ashe... Read more
Parts of a Columbian mammoth’s skull and tusk have been discovered by volunteers on the banks of a reservoir in South Eastern Idaho. Palaeontologists believe there is a lot more of the... Read more
Remains of a 750 year old city called Ukek have been found alongside the Volga River. The city was ruled by the heirs of Genghis Khan. The discoveries include two Christian churches, one of... Read more
A team of archaeologists investigating the Peruvian Andes has discovered possibly the highest Ice-age-settlement in the world. The tool-cluttered campsite reaches up to 14,700 feet above sea... Read more
An international genetics team has estimated that a thigh bone discovered on a Siberian riverbank back in 2008 is around 45,000 years old; making it the earliest human remains unearthed outs... Read more
Researchers say that DNA reports of human skulls are shedding fresh light on Prehistoric Europe, answering questions such as when lactose tolerance and changes in skin colour occurred. Inves... Read more
In fourteenth century Russia, Birch-Bark documents were of great use. The discovery of over 1000 such documents in Veliky Novgorod, has explained a lot about Russian history. These documents... Read more
A rare and remarkable Iron Age chariot has been discovered by a group of archaeology students in an excavation project in Leicestershire. At an ancient fort in Burrough Hill, the team uncove... Read more