In the matter of faith and belief, the majority of Bangladeshi population is Muslims. The remaining population is consisted of Hindus, Buddhists, Christians, and others. Even though religion is one the major thing that constitutes human identity, in Bangladesh, there exists no boundary between the people of various religions. In happiness, sadness, or even celebration, we live here like the perpetual siblings of a common motherland. With some powerful Islamic architectural heritage, Muslims in Bangladesh are unique for their peaceful values and devotions.
A century old traditional root and continuing faith is still keeping the Hindu culture and ritual in Bangladesh as unique as the neighboring country. The age old background of Buddhism in Bangladesh is clearly noticeable in many of our archeological wonders. But the ritualistic practice of Buddhism is still intact and as astonishing as many other countries. Even though, the era of Christianity in Bangladesh started during the late sixteenth to early seventeenth century, the union and togetherness of Bangladeshi Christian population is well-built; not to mention about the togetherness as one nation is unbroken.