Bangladeshi life in the circus

• Life in the Bangladeshi circus

In circuses around the world are born and lived all his life for generations of low-income families who do not have the opportunity to change occupation or get away from the harsh realities of nomadic life, needed to work in a traveling circus. Children often from an early age begin to work with their parents without the ability to get at least a basic education.

As modernization slowly but surely even extends to countries such as Bangladesh, tsirkachestvo here is an endangered art. The life of such families living at the expense of the circus, only getting worse.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

Rezaul Karim throws burning knives in his assistant Sheuly during a performance at the Olympic Circus. Rezaul 52-year-old was forced to quit school at age 12. Sheuly who does not know his exact age, married another circus performer still quite a young girl; She never went to school. Rezaul Sheuly and enjoy working in a circus. They love to perform tricks and see the reaction of the audience. Bangladesh. Dzhamsha. October 31.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

Babi Akhter Sultang with his three-year son Shobuyhom watching the presentation from behind the scenes. Babi, who does not know her exact age, works in a circus for 6 years. She did not like it here, but the need does not allow to stop working.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

circus worker with his son riding on an elephant by the circus tents. Bangladesh. Dzhamsha. Nov. 1.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

8-year-old Puja Sarker practiced under the guidance of Muhammad Moskhruma before the evening performance.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

16-year-old Bristo Akhter patiently waiting, when her mother Sheuly finish collecting beetles from the hair. Bristow was born in the circus. Last month, she married a cousin

Bangladeshi life in the circus

Women and children watching the show.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

7-year-old Niskhan practiced under the guidance of Muhammad Moskhruma his father, before the evening performance.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

The little boy looks out of the barrel drum.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

The men are trying to buy the best tickets for the circus show.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

8-year-old Puja Sarker performed tricks with hoops.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

tsirkachka waiting for its release in the wings.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

16-year-old Bristo Akhter peeps out of his house on the street.

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8-year-old Puja Sarker playing with a football in his spare time.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

Babi Akhter Sultang with his three-year son Shobuyhom prepared for submission at home in bed.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

15-year-old Biti entertains visitors circus singing.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

3-year-old Shobuyh Sultang sits at the board for throwing knives.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

11-year-old Sharif, and 7-year-old kept his mouth Niskhan flaming sticks while their father Mohammed Moskhrum turns the guys on the pole.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

8-year-old Puja Sarker performed tricks with hoops.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

16-year-old Bristo Akhter and 15-year-old Biti.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

8-year-old Puja Sarker fun in their free time.

Bangladeshi life in the circus

11-year-old Sharif Moskhrum hanging from the beams behind the scenes.