As darkness descends, Montu Tolentino makes his way to a house in Chorakhola village situated about 40-kilometers from Dhaka.
Once at the house the 45-year-old farmer joins around 30 Catholic villagers in singing traditional Lenten songs called koshter gaan (songs of sorrow).
"Koshter gaan is an important tradition we have been carrying out for generations," says Tolentino.
"Our families have handed down this tradition and we are proud to continue it," he says.
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