Tolerance practice

Respect different opinions

Equal access

Different is not less

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    I like doing tiktok dance.

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    I like video games.

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    I like to eat pizza.

  5. আমার নাম জাসিয়াহ আবৃত্তি নূর। আমি মিষ্টি খেতে খুব পছন্দ করি। আমি বই পড়তেও পছন্দ করি। আমার একটি বিড়াল আছে।…

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About mOHiKonTok

Native American call Ca-ho-ha-ta-te-a (to mention “the river”) in the native language. The Hudson River was known as Muh-he-kun-ne-tuk (“river that flows two ways”). The Mohican tribe lived beside the Muh-he-kun-ne-tuk (Hudson) river. The word ‘mohikontok’ has been spelled in various ways in many sources of information.

Developing stories of indigenous America

Hiawatha is a Native American legend, a hero known to unite native tribes in upstate New York, and make first federal government of USA – the Iroquois of New York. This is being referred as the ancient form of current US federal system in many sources.


LoFi Low Fidelity stands for recording quality, and it is recognized for its repetitive pattern. The repetitive pattern of LoFi Sound is the reason that LoFi music becomes a music genre. 

The songs of Hiawatha, a native American legend, are unheard of. When I searched for Native American songs, I found a book of stories that are written in poetry format (epic) by a non-Native American author. So, I do not know how these songs were sung, and performed years ago. If songs are not heard, or performed; if not recorded in the right format, none will know it exists.

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Introducing Baul music

mOHiKonTok is bringing forth the teaching of unheard Bauls. If they are not heard, it has no effect. The quest for love begins in the wood of the mind. But lovers lost memories of the past. So they keep searching for each other. True love accompanies this adventure with us..

These songs have been passed down from generation to generation orally through Bangla folk musicians in the villages of Bangladesh. Lyrics are poetic and philosophical; and are engaging listeners to unlearn bad prejudices and promote learning to respect different views. 

Behind the Hudson River

When Columbus landed on the coast of South America, he found Native Americans whom he thought the Indians. The fact was unrevealed to him throughout his lifespan that he had not reached India, and native Americans are not Indian.
The mainland of the USA was inhabited by indigenous ages before the settlers arrived. Among the indigenous, are the Algonquins, the Lenape (also known as the Delaware Indians), the Wappingers, and the Mahicans (the native Americans).

Columbus came to America on October 12, 1492. The people projected that Columbus would never be able to find India since he did not follow the same route that Vasco de Gama took. Columbus took a different route than Vasco Da Gama’s map. Moreover, his friends thought Columbus wouldn’t be able to come back to his home country Spain after the voyage. The projection was partly true because Columbus was lucky to land in America. The other half of the truth is that Columbus did not find India for what he was after. Columbus was thinking that he was in India at the time when he arrived in South America by seeing the Native American’s ethnic form and color.

Who is Hudson?

The Dutch East India Company financed English navigator Henry Hudson in his search for the Northwest Passage. During the search, Hudson decided to sail his ship up to the river that would later be named after him. The navigator Henry Hudson arrived in New York in 1610.

When the river was born?

The river was created during the last Ice Age between 20,000 to 30,000 years BC in the Hudson Valley. The most recent ice age, the North American glaciation existed. After the retreat of the Wisconsin glaciation, the rising sea levels resulted in a marine incursion that drowned the coastal plain and brought salt water above the mouth of the flooded river. 

The lake “Tears of Cloud” is located on the second-highest peak in the Adirondack mountains. It created a moving river of ice during the last ice age. It has been a myth in science that the world has seen six massive extinction in recent Millenium years. The river runs along the borderline of New York, and New Jersey.

The Hudson River is about 315 miles long. It is 4,322 feet above sea level. The river is as deep as 200 feet in places. During the maximum point of the last ice age, glaciers covered about 32 percent of the total land of North America. The Hudson River is not a typical river. Hudson is actually a tidal estuary where salt water from the ocean combines with fresh water from the northern tributaries. Saltwater travels from the mouth of NY harbor to the Federal Dam in Troy, Albany, approximately 153 miles. Hudson Canyon is a rich fishing area.  It is a habitat for many sea animals.

What lives in the river?

You can catch Striped Bass, Weakfish, Porgy, Eels, and Summer founder from May to November. A Stripped Bass may weigh more than 40 pounds. The Hudson River is much cleaner than in the past. Humpback Whales have made a comeback in New York City.