Bangladesh’s Unsung Heroes: Celebrating the Backbone of Our Nation on Labor Day

Behind the growth of any nation lies the hard work of its workmen. Saluting our indefatigable workers, who keep Bangladesh moving forward as we celebrate #LabourDay#MayDay.

It is essential to recognize the contribution of Bangladeshi laborers who work tirelessly in various industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, construction, and service sectors.

Unfortunately, many of these workers face challenges like low wages, unsafe working conditions, and lack of job security. On this day, we must take a moment to reflect on these issues and pledge to work towards improving the lives of our workers. Let us honor the achievements of our working-class people and commit ourselves to creating a better future for them.

This photo album serves as a tribute to the hardworking men and women who contribute immensely to our society. Your comments, filled with appreciation and support, only reinforce the significance of this celebration.

Each photo represents the resilience, dedication, and unwavering spirit of our labor force. It is an honor to capture and share these moments with all of you.

Let’s take a moment to reflect on the achievements and sacrifices of our labor community. Feel free to share your thoughts, personal experiences, or messages of gratitude.

Together, we can amplify their voices and recognize their invaluable contributions.

May this album serve as a reminder of the strength and unity that define us as a nation. Happy Labour Day to all, and thank you for being a part of this meaningful journey!

_GMB Akash

Author: GMB Akash

"I see the beauty of people and the human soul in the pictures I take. And though the circumstances of some of the people I portray may be grim, back-breaking, depraved, the people themselves are always remarkable characters and souls" For me Photography is my language, to access, to communicate, to identify and mostly to make it hear. Through photography I only jot down my heart’s language. The best part about being a photographer is that I’m able to articulate the experiences of the voiceless and to bring their identities to the forefront which gives meaning and purpose to my own life.

8 thoughts on “Bangladesh’s Unsung Heroes: Celebrating the Backbone of Our Nation on Labor Day”

  1. प्रिय बंधु, तुम एक एक फोटो खींचकर उस इंसान का, कष्ट-मेहनत, दर्द को समझ रहे हो। ऐसी प्रतिकूल परिस्थितियों में लोग काम करते है, खुद के लिए दो वक्त का खाना नसीब हो इसलिए जानलेवा काम करते है, कुछ प्रोटेक्शन नहीं होता, न इंश्योरेंस होता है। आपकी एकेक फ्रेम उनके कष्ट की, उनके दर्द की आवाज है। शायद कोई सुन ले, उनको उनकी मेहनत का सही दाम दे, उनके कष्ट कम हो इसलिए कोई काम करे। या ऐसे छोटे छोटे काम करने वाले इन्सानो के प्रति सदैव प्यार और आदर की भावना हो।


  2. Dear Sir,
    You shows the root of development of a nation by these portrait. Pictures speak the untold words, Let’s raise our voice to fulfil their fundamental needs.


  3. Beautiful portrayal of the working class. Your pictures have made their hard work poetic. Indeed they need to have a better life condition than what they’re living now. May your picturesque voice ring a bell of concern in the hearts of those who can truly make a difference in their lives.


  4. A life if dignity for all must be our shared goal. This requires safe working conditions and sustainable wages. Thank you for highlighting this crucial issue and heartfelt gratitude to the working class throughout the world.


  5. Few days ago I was watching a Islamic video lecture , where it says underprivileged people will be the first ones who will enter The Zannat . I believed that but couldn’t imagine it. Your pictures made me see the whole lecture in a blink.


  6. The 1% in the world make enough money to lift all those out of poverty. God has given us privilege so that we can achieve this mission and prove our worth in this life for the hereafter. May Allah SWT, Ar-Razzaq provide us with the means and the fortitude to lift all those in need. Brother, peace unto you for the inspiring pics and reward you for all you do.


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