“Babui pakhi re daki bolise chorai...Kure ghore theke koro-Shilper borai…” almost all the Bangladeshis know this famous poem. This is also the symbol of our hard working Bangladeshi peoples’ , who don’t know to loose or only to depend on the others for their livelihood. The weavers are extroverted birds which often breed majestically. They get their name because of their elaborately woven nests which is the most elaborate of any bird. The majestic nests vary in size, shape and material used. Resources used for building nests consist of fine leaf-fibers, grass, and twigs. Many species merge very fine nests using thin strands of leaf fiber, though some, like the buffalo-weavers, form massive untidy stick nests in their colonies, which may have sphere-shaped woven nests within. People, specially the village children's often play with the weaver’s nests. The males of many species are dazzlingly colored, generally in red or yellow and black, some genus show distinction in color only in the breeding season . The weavers are social birds which often breed colonially. The birds build their nests collectively for safety, often several to a division. Commonly the male birds weave the nests and use them as a form of exhibit to entice eventual females. The weaver bird colonies may be found close to wet bodies. These are seed-eating birds with curved conical bills, most of which variety in tropical Asia. The weaver group is divided into the buffalo, sparrow, typical, and widow weavers .The weaver is really a beautiful bird with it’s astounding nest building ability.