This book offers narratives of Bangladeshi politics, history, society and culture. Within the current political climate where narratives of the country are at the forefront of establishing hegemony and countering hegemony, this book takes a nuanced approach to decipher what Bangladesh means. How does a researcher make sense of an evolving Bangladesh bypassing pressures and challenges of depicting the “right narrative?” Against this backdrop, in search of a neutral ground, the author have penned these articles over the period of five years. The objective is purely academic. Therefore the writings are open for interpretation and discussion. As a writer who grew up in the Dhaka city in the Cold War period, went to the university during the global expansion of capital in Bangladesh, Mubashar Hasan captures a changing Bangladesh through multifaceted narratives on mainstream politics, religious politics, history, secularism, free speech, violent extremism, blogging, liberal arts education, human trafficking, Rohingya crisis, Indo-Bangladesh enclave exchange and hip hop and rap music.This is a book that paints an overview of the country that is exciting, dynamic and constantly changing.