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Cyclus – 12 Months in Bangladesh-bookcover

By: Elizabeth Grevstad-Mork

Cyclus – 12 Months in Bangladesh

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Join Elizabeth Grevstad-Mork on a captivating journey through the heart of Bangladesh in Cyclus - 12 Months in Bangladesh. This illuminating memoir unravels the rich tapestry of Bangladesh’s landscapes, cultures and traditions over the course of a year. From the vibrant festivities of Baishakh to the serene winters of Magh, each chapter explores the unique aspects of life in different parts of Bangladesh.

Grevstad-Mork masterfully interweaves personal anecdotes with vivid descriptions, bringing to life the beauty and complexity of this South Asian nation. As the seasons change, so do the stories, painting a picture of a country full of contrast and colour. Experience the bustle of Dhaka’s streets, the tranquillity of rural villages and the spiritual solemnity of ancient temples.

More than a travel memoir, Cyclus is a profound reflection on the human spirit, resilience and the universal search for meaning in the world’s endless cycles. This book is a must read for anyone who longs to understand the soul of Bangladesh and the rhythm of life that pulses through its land and people.

Raised amidst the towering mountains of western Norway, Elizabeth Grevstad-Mork later moved to Denmark and then to the Netherlands. Returning to Norway, she completed her schooling and pursued higher education, studying language and history at university. After graduating, she joined the foreign service, which led to postings in numerous countries. Now retired, she continues to travel and write.

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