About Bangla Hues


Aziza Ahmed:


I am a snuggler, weekend baker and an utopian dreamer. My idea of utopia involves picnics in springtime, in Bangladesh. Baking and writing blog are two most favourite things, that I can do all day. Yet I have to keep things real for all practical purposes, thus I work as a change maker for vulnerable communities.  Anything  that is natural, organic, handmade and fresh attracts me. This blog is about everything in between the sky and the ground that I care about.



Mishael Aziz Ahmad (Shadhumishael)

This shadhu enjoys all kinds of food. Loves to travel at any corner of the earth, whether for vacation or for work, makes sure he walks a lot as that what he enjoys most – being aimless! A denim-head, at times wearing his own up-cycled designed ones. Intense by nature, indigo by blood. Indigo the word and the dye evokes his emotions to heights that can only be calmed by mugs of tea, that he has made his time-pass for years now. A tea collector from all over the world, finally realizing a deshi cup of milk tea is all that matters. Listens to all kinds of music but not all kinds of movies or books. Likes to play chess and talk about things that does not concern him at all. 



Tasnia Naureen 

My name is Tasnia Naureen. I currently live in Dhaka, Bangladesh and study Pharmacy at BRAC  University. I have developed interests in several other areas as my studies leave  me bored and stressed at the same time. During the hours where I’m not skimming through  academic articles and papers, I spend my time learning other skills such as embroidery and  painting. The number of Pinterest boards on my account is a clear indicator of the endless skills  and topics I’m eager to learn. Also, a big part of me is my love of reading. I am old-fashioned in  the sense that I strictly read physical copies, instead of electronic or PDF ones. But my reading list  is scattered throughout several different genres, from fantasy to mystery to classic literature.  


Amrin Tasnim Jaima: 


Hi! I’m Amrin Tasnim Jaima. A writer from heart and a procrastinator by brain. Please pray for me so my procrastination stops and I can bring you better writing.