Fridge Magnet Old Dhaka
Fridge magnet Made of marble stone, hand finished and hand painted.
Old Dhaka is a term used to refer to the historic old city of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It was founded in 1608 as Jahangirabad or Jahangirnagar the capital of Mughal Province of Bengal and named after the Mughal emperor Jahangir.
It is located on the banks of the Buriganga River. The then Nawab of Bengal Murshid Quli Khan shifted the capital from Dhaka to Murshidabad in the early-18th century. With the rise of Calcutta during the British rule, Dhaka began to decline and came to be known as the «City of Magnificent Ruins». The British however began to develop the modern city from the mid-19th century.
The festivals which are celebrated by all religious communities with much splendor include Shakrain, Pohela Falgun, and Halkhata, Religion-wise, the old Dhaka is predominantly Muslim, while a significant number of Hindus also reside here.
The first fridge magnets were cylindrical or solid rectangular magnets. Later, a flexible magnet was developed, composed of a high-coercivity ferromagnetic compound mixed with a plastic binder. Ferrite magnets are commonly used, too, with decorative elements attached to the magnets with adhesive. Collecting magnets is a hobby.
Fridge magnet was designed to decorate refrigerator. According to the materials of logos used as promotional magnets and souvenir fridge magnets, refrigerator magnets can be made from rubber, PVC, Polynesian, metal, porcelain, epoxy or mixed some of these materials. There also many souvenir shops will sell souvenir magnets with local charms printed.
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|Hand Made & Hand Painted
|Around 2.5” to 4”