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  #26  
Old July 11, 2013, 03:14 AM
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A gift set:

1. An Islamic clock that will call azan 5 times a day (in Australia we donot hear azan)
2. Color coded Quran (tajweed) with Bengali translation and tafsir.
3. A set of Bukhari Sharif (sahih hadith collection)
4. Good perfume.
5. A telescope to see the beautiful universe so that every time he"ll say sobhanallah. You can buy a good one from Australian geographic store and post directly to his address.


If he already got iPad/tablet/smart pc/ smart phone then you can buy him app 1-3, or give him a Samsung smart pc loading 1-3.


Please forgive me if you are from different religion and just ignore my post.
Allhamdullilah I am from the same great religion as you.

I have to research on how religious the person is to choose items 1-3. But its a great input. My brother in law is getting married and I need to get him something as well. He on the other hand is into religious items. This was useful as well.
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Old July 11, 2013, 10:39 PM
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not all religious guys like an alarm clock with 5x azan. thats a crappy gift...

i like meaningful gift, can be cheap or free, but meaningful....

this guy i invited for my wedding, instead of coming, sends me a 100 check... i never cashed it and ripped it apart.... b! if i invite u, you better make it no matter what...thats what matters... how does sending me 100 bucks without a hand written card and a genuine apology, and a true reasin for not being there make up for it, i dnt know....

so in a sense ur mom is right, u going to bd just for the wedding is the best gift....truth is no body cares about anything else...they just want their close family and friends in one of the most important day of their life... to support them and give them a feeling that no matter what happens there will always be someone there.....
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Old July 11, 2013, 11:03 PM
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not all religious guys like an alarm clock with 5x azan. thats a crappy gift...
how about Jaynamaz, Khejur, Tosbi, Tupi and that clock in a gift basket idumb bhai?
would that make it a cool gift?
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Old July 11, 2013, 11:52 PM
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crappy gift yes.

i will time to time suggest here... but i know the guy will likely get a polo shirt...guranteed.

- mecca trip for hajj
- cricket bat signed by sakib al hasan
- blendtec blender
- xbox 1
- sunglass
- tag heuer
- air jordan
- properly fit suit (not from bd)
- concert tickets, spirts tickets
- bike (sports/bmx)
- you can never have enough cell phone: droid, new blackberry, iphone, galaxy note, nexus, s4.
- bose sound system
- a tool box
- 10 golda chingri dinner
- ink pen
- peronalized colored stethoscope (littman) - if professionally inicated
- bmw
- noise cancellation headphones
- slr camera
- a sword
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Old July 12, 2013, 12:34 AM
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lol a sword?
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Old July 12, 2013, 12:40 AM
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The most meaningful gift is the Mecca trip for Hajj imo.
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Old July 12, 2013, 12:41 AM
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lol a sword?
To cut the apples with.
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Old July 12, 2013, 08:44 AM
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How about giving him a good number of fruit plants like mango, jackfruit, guava, banana, lychee etc. Surely, he will remember your gift as long as those plants give fruits. Or, you can gift him some flower plants too. Our planet earth needs plantation. This will surely help our environment and also help to remind him of your invaluable gift. Or, if you want to spend little more then you can give him some ikebana, bonsai for home decoration

Surely, those will be meaningful gift, may be cheap or free, but meaningful....
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Old July 12, 2013, 05:22 PM
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Hehe yes Naimul bhai give him fruits during Ramadan while he is fasting. Good idea
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Old July 13, 2013, 12:54 AM
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How about giving him a good number of fruit plants like mango, jackfruit, guava, banana, lychee etc. Surely, he will remember your gift as long as those plants give fruits. Or, you can gift him some flower plants too. Our planet earth needs plantation. This will surely help our environment and also help to remind him of your invaluable gift. Or, if you want to spend little more then you can give him some ikebana, bonsai for home decoration

Surely, those will be meaningful gift, may be cheap or free, but meaningful....
BCr pokkho theke apnaake akta goru gift dewa jete paare apnar biyete.. jotodin goru dudh dibe totodin apni BC ke mone rakhben... additional bonus gift hishebe gobor o aase fertilizer hishebe
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Old July 13, 2013, 02:22 AM
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BCr pokkho theke apnaake akta goru gift dewa jete paare apnar biyete.. jotodin goru dudh dibe totodin apni BC ke mone rakhben... additional bonus gift hishebe gobor o aase fertilizer hishebe
bhai, goru ki dudh dey naki 'gabhi' dey ?

BTW, ajkal goru r daam o kom na, ekta medium size er goru kinte gelei 45k er upore ! so, gift hishabe kharap na
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Old July 13, 2013, 09:25 AM
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The most meaningful gift is the Mecca trip for Hajj imo.
You are suppose to go to Hajj only when you can afford it for yourself.

I would just keep it simple and buy a nice watch. You don't have to go out and by D&G or Armani, you can buy a nice watch for decent price.
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Old July 13, 2013, 09:43 AM
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You are suppose to go to Hajj only when you can afford it for yourself.
The sister's husband can afford it himself, after adamnsu gives him the money for it...
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Old August 8, 2013, 10:16 PM
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taholey shesh mesh ki dilen gift hishebe?
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Old August 9, 2013, 06:12 AM
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taholey shesh mesh ki dilen gift hishebe?
Quoting an acquitance of mine when I asked him what gift he was taking to a friends birthday part "BUK BHORA BHALOBASHA!"

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Old August 9, 2013, 10:43 AM
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Wow bhai apne dekhi onno level er kipta
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Old August 9, 2013, 03:52 PM
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Wow bhai apne dekhi onno level er kipta
lol thats what i thought too.... beta made a thread and made us waste so many of our valuable time, tapor koi gift diche lots of bhalobasha...... they shouldnt give him his food at the function, instead give him some bhalobasha.....
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Old August 12, 2013, 07:20 AM
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lol thats what i thought too.... beta made a thread and made us waste so many of our valuable time, tapor koi gift diche lots of bhalobasha...... they shouldnt give him his food at the function, instead give him some bhalobasha.....
As the thread wasnt leading to any further fruitful discussion I thought of giving a stale answer.

And I am sure those with a bit of common sense surely would have spotted this!

As the wedding itself is another year away, I have lots of time to make my decision. However some of the more mature comments have been quite valuable.

@Jadukor, the person I quoted from was an epic kipta. Not once in our 4 years at Uni have I seen him ever offer a cup of tea or cig to anyone else. He wasnt a begger as his father worked as a contractor and used to make alot money on the side (if you know what I mean) . I do not joke when I say my driver used to be more smartly dressed than him. However he was very intelligent.

After passing from Uni he has a high post at a bank and has since then totally changed his appearance. But not sure if he has changed his spending habits.
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Old August 12, 2013, 08:21 AM
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As the wedding itself is another year away
adam babaji apaner boyosh koto. stop wasting our time.......

here is the best gift idea ... find a suitable husband for her..... biya ek bochor pore ken bhai?
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Old August 12, 2013, 08:32 AM
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adam babaji apaner boyosh koto. stop wasting our time.......

here is the best gift idea ... find a suitable husband for her..... biya ek bochor pore ken bhai?
As I opened the thread and asking for ideas, I think I am in a better position to use the comment "stop wasting our time" .

As you have given me a tip, let me give you one....try to be forward thinking in life and plan ahead as you will be better prepared for the future.

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Old August 12, 2013, 11:46 AM
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i dont plan, i do. result matters. but thanks for the bhalobasha, i mean tip. it was free so i expect a lot of these from you.
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Old August 12, 2013, 12:17 PM
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What if crisis bhai is Adamnsu bhai's sister's to be husband?
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Old August 12, 2013, 01:47 PM
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What if crisis bhai is Adamnsu bhai's sister's to be husband?
Err.. mo. I am getting married in Feb and my wife already lives in BD, she isn't flying in.

I saw this thread and the word meaning plasticy tubey thing came to my head and then I thought, hang on, I am not iDumb!
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Old August 12, 2013, 04:00 PM
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lol @Ajf
@Adamnsu , how about you print out this thread, show them how much you care about them that you seeked BC consultancy
. This will make your sister and her husband cry.

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Old August 12, 2013, 04:59 PM
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I'll be a bit serious now ....


Gifts for younger sister's husband


You don't need to give him ANY gift whatsoever. You have given him the best gift possible, your sister. What more can/should he want ?
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