Bengali New Year Preparation 1424 . . . 

10 April, 2017 Dhaka, Bangladesh – Bangladeshi students of the Institute of Fine Arts in Dhaka University busy to making the colorful masks and pottery for the preparation of Bengali New Year Celebration in Bangladesh. Pahela Baishakh Bengali New Year also called Pohela Boishakh, is the traditional new year day of the Bebgali people . It is celebrated on 14 April as a national holiday in Bangladesh, and on 14 or 15 April in the India states of West Bengal, Tripura and elsewhere by people of Bengali heritage, irrespective of their religious faith. The festival date is set according to the lunisolar Bengali calendar as the first day of its first month Baishakh. In Bangladesh The UNESCO added the Mangal Shobhajatra festival on Pahela Baishakh among other new items to the safeguarding intangible cultural heritage list during their 11th session in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, that runs from 28 November to 02 December.

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Celebrating  Pahela Baishakhi 1422 | Bangladesh 

14 April 2015 Dhaka, Bangladesh. The nation began celebrating Pahela Baishakh the first day of Bangla month 1422, with various programs since the early morning on 14 April 2015 Dhaka Bangladesh. Cultural organization Chhayanat welcomed the new year with Tagore’s songs and traditional music at Ramna Batamul, attended by tens of thousands of people attired with traditional attires on the occasion. Cultural activists, artists and students of Faculty of Fine Arts held the Mongol Shova Jatra, the mass rally, with the theme ‘Onek Alo Jalte Hobe Moner Ghore Let’s light thousand lights in the darkness of our heart’ in downtown Dhaka, Bangladesh.It’s day for friends and family,wearing colorful dress and having traditional food. Photo by Monirul Alam

 

  

      

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Shooter Diaries @ 14 April  2015 

Every Day Life 14 April 2015 The nation began celebrating Pahela Baishakh the first day of Bangla month 1422, with various programs since the early morning on 14 April 2015 Bangladesh. Cultural organization Chhayanat welcomed the new year with Tagore’s songs and traditional music at Ramna Batamul, attended by tens of thousands of people attired with traditional attires on the occasion. Cultural activists, artists and students of Faculty of Fine Arts held the Mongol Shova Jatra, the mass rally, with the theme ‘Onek Alo Jalte Hobe Moner Ghore Let’s light thousand lights in the darkness of our heart’ in downtown Dhaka, Bangladesh.  Photo by Monirul Alam @meghmonir
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Shooter Diaries @ 12 April  2015 

Every Day Life 12 April 2015 Students of Dhaka University’s Institute of Fine Arts on Sunday prepare to celebrate Pahela Boishakh, the first day of Bangla calendar, on Apr 14. Mughal Emperor Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar, the renowned grandson of Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur, the 3rd Mughal Emperor, introduced the Bangali Calender. For relatively easier tax collection, Akbar changed the practice of agricultural tax collection according to the Hijri calendar. He ordered an improvement because the Hijri calendar, being lunar, did not agree with the harvest sessions and eventually the farmers faced severe difficulties in paying taxes out of season.Photo by Monirul Alam @meghmonir

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Bangla New Year 1419 Preparations ( news )

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08 April 2012 Dhaka Bangladesh- Students of Charukala (Fine Arts) Institute Dhaka University making masks to wear those at the carnival they will bring out in the city to celebrate the event. Next Saturday is the first day of Bangla New Year, traditionally called Pahela Baishakh. © Monirul Alam

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