Honorable Mention TIFA 2021 Editorial / Conflict

Ending Life As Rohingya Refugee

  • Photographer
    Sultan Ahmed Niloy
  • Technical Info
    Nikon D850, Iso 3200, F/4, Shutter 1/250
  • Photo Date

A couple passing their last days of life in Rohingya refugee camp, Coxs Bazar, Bangladesh. They had a beautiful a life in Mayanmar but because of Army rule they lost everything. Because of conflict they are refugee now. They had one daughter and sons. Both of them are dead by the Mayanmar army bullets. Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar said more than 40,000 Rohingya had suffered bullet wounds. More than 34,000 people were thrown into fire and more than 114,000 others were beaten by Mayanmar army. Since Aug. 25, 2017, more than 750,000 refugees are now staying in Bangladesh.

I am an international Award-Winning travel Photographer Sultan Ahmed Niloy. I was born in Mymensingh in 1997, but raised in Dhaka. The capital of Bangladesh. He is a passionate and dedicated photographer with merely 7 years of experience, started in 2014. My primary goal as a photographer is to document life’s moment as I see them, preserving them in time through my camera. I love to travel a lot and explore different lifestyle, places and countries. I love to meet new people with new culture. Till now I’ve traveled in 3 countries. I want to embrace the experience that photography offers.