Introduce to the place sondeshkhali by Arko Dip Mukherjee

A tiny happy place called ' Sondeshkhali 'the name was notified by the locals,Unexpectedly i went to that place where people are heavenly live their life, basically i was about to go there seraching for to see'Tiger'or 'Deer' because the place in the sundarban Area

A tiny happy place called ‘ Sondeshkhali ‘the name was notified by the locals,Unexpectedly i went to that place where people are heavenly live their life, basically i was about to go there seraching for to see’Tiger’or ‘Deer’ because the place in the sundarban Area, So there is a chance to get the opportunity to see and it was located as ‘Hemnagar’ in the ‘Hingalganj Block’.

Although my documentation is all about to the place and the people who are happly leading a peacefull life in the situation of lack of many importent things . When i am entered on the place , there was short of people live overthere and the place was surrounding with mangrove trees .The people of ‘Sondeshkhali’ as located as ‘Hemnagar’ in Sundarban area,

if people want to live there,they have to struggle every moment with their life risk,floods ,Strom Destroyed their houses but they faced and survive every moment with happiness .They have a encouragement of leading this life , Some fishers saw me and feeling excited to show what they caught ,they are living freely with Joy of a freedom.

They income from selling their crops and harvest and Men are doing fishery,every year floods damage to their crops and harvest.
Some people have their land , pond but nothing to use because most of the pond are dry in summer and land are not so much Fertile , so they are helpless But Wonder thing is this after all they are bring a smile on their face and want to live Happy .At the side where some situation they faced badly other side in terms of technology they are using digital compression technology television operator as their is no cabel connection available . Although Whole place was surrounding with mangrove trees but also surrounded with a unseen happiness .

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