British-Bangladeshis are among the happiest people in the country, who feel their lives are successful and meaningful, according to government research results in Britain.
The average happiness score was 7.64 for Bangladeshi origin, 7.57 for Pakistani community and 7.54 for whites.
British-Bangladeshis scored the third highest after the Arab and Indian groups in surveys looking at how meaningful they found their lives, according to Office for National Statistics data released in August.
Author and journalist Mahbubul Karim Suyed said, the results of the survey reflect the positive life practices of Bangladeshis in Britain. Bangladeshis are grateful and satisfied in the United Kingdom. This result is indicative of the positivity of our religion and culture. The Bangladeshi community has human values of kinship and sharing.