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Notes from the Garden Blog

The Ultimate Resource

The Ultimate Resource is a Documentary that highlights some of the world’s most impoverished countries and how free market incentives are great, but sometimes still not enough to help some parts of the world. Bangladesh is certainly not excluded from this list.“This new and exclusive documentary looks at the “before and after” lives of individuals [...]

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Teatulia – Using the Masanobu Fukuoka Natural Farming Method

Now that I have gotten somewhat past the initial shock of these majestic surroundings, let me introduce you to a whole new shock – the incredible natural farming methods used in this tea garden. First let me start by saying that natural farming doesn’t always mean organic, and vice versa. In this case, Tetulia is [...]

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Arriving to the Tetulia Tea Garden

Finally, after 1.5 days of travel, we arrive at Tetulia. How we got there, I will never be able to tell you! From what I could tell, we passed through many small villages. The children would run out to the road with huge smiles and call to their friends that vehicles were passing. People would [...]

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Kantanagar Temple – a stop on the way to Teatulia

This is an eighteenth century temple located in the Tetulia region. It is most famous for it’s ornate terracotta bricks that cover the entire exterior of the temple. From Banglapedia:Every available inch of its wall surface from the base to the crest of its three stories, both inside and out, pulsates with an amazing [...]

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A Journey to Teatulia

A Journey to TeatuliaPosted on April 1, 2008 by brianneAs mentioned in the previous post, a journey of 200 miles is anticipated to take about 10 hours. The reason for this, is because while Bangladesh has very advanced roads (most are paved and maintained regularly) there is just so much traffic being forced to use [...]

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Greetings from Dhaka, Bangladesh

I arrived in Dhaka just 2 days ago, and I am constantly amazed by my surroundings. I am fortunate enough to stay in the house of Dr. Anis and his wife Juditha, further allowing me to immerse myself into this beautiful culture.Upon my arrival, I immediately took note of the local people. They [...]

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A Visit to the Teatulia Tea Garden

I am very excited to inform you that I (Brianne – Teatulia employee) will be traveling to the Tetulia tea garden in Bangladesh. In fact, I write this to you now as I’m sitting in the Tokyo airport waiting out a lay-over. So far the trip has been pretty simple. Next I will stay the [...]

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Teatulia Teas Granted USDA NOP Organic Certified First Ever Bangladeshi Organic Tea

Teatulia, premium hand-picked organic teas from Bangladesh, announces USDA NOP Organic Certification. On February 28, 2008, the garden where Tetulia teas come from – Kazi & Kazi Tea Estate Ltd (KKTE) – made history by becoming the first, and only, tea garden in Bangladesh to be certified organic.In 2000, KKTE broke the barrier by establishing [...]

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Photo from Teatulia Tea Garden - Bangladesh

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