The anthology titled ‘Buddhist Heritage of Bangladesh’ containing of seventeen essays contributed by promising researchers and scholars on various aspects of Buddhism may be esteemed a valuable publication in the vista of knowledge relating to the glorious past of our country. On the basis of archaeological sources and pilgrims’ accounts it can be propounded that the Buddhism penetrated and created a rich culture and Inner from Buddhist Heritage of Bangladesh civilization in ancient Bangladesh from the 5th to the 12th centuries AD.
This voluminous book of more than three hundred pages of glossy papers with fascinating bound is graced with a Forward written by Enamul Haque, Chairman, the International Centre for Study of Bengal Art and a competent authority on Art history. His remark and at the same appreciation may be deemed as guidance and encouragement. Bulbul Ahmed, the Editor then has spoken a few words to introduce the work. After this preliminary a great number of colorful illustrations from page 8 to page 27 shedding luster on the multidimensional aspects of the present Buddhists’ life are delineated for the interested readers and connoisseurs of visual art. 340p.,full of colour illustrations, winner of price for best book in 2015 in Dhaka