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After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bengali New Year-1429, was celebrated across the country in a festive mood, upholding the rich cultural values ...
International School Dhaka (ISD) celebrated Pahela Baishakh with an iconic Baishakhi Mela, having different stalls, exciting games, and much more.
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The 'mithai palli' of Haripur village in Gokul union of Bogura sadar upazila -- where the traditional sweets of the district are made -- is gradually picking up again
Today is Pahela Baishakh, the first day of the Bangla new year. People could not celebrate the Bangla New Year with festivity due to the corona infection in the last two years
The nation is celebrating Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla calendar, on Thursday amid festivities and full enthusiasm after two years of hiatus caused by the Covid pandemic.
The nation is set to celebrate Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla calendar, on Thursday amid festivities and full enthusiasm after two years of hiatus caused by the Covid pandemic
After two years of keeping celebrations on hold due to Covid-19, the Bangla New Year is set to be celebrated like before on Thursday
The Dhaka University authorities have decided to bring out the Mangal Shovajatra, the colourful procession observed on the first day of the Bangla New Year
The solo exhibition started at Bengal Art Lounge, Gulshan Avenue, marking both the occasions of the first day of Ramadan and Pahela Baishakh 1428
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Jagannath University ushered in the Bangla New Year with hope for an end to the difficult days
As we usher in the Bangla New Year, Pahela Baishakh, we must all make an effort to follow the health and hygiene guidelines. We can protect others by protecting ourselves
Pahela Baishakh is one of the most colourful and biggest festivals through which the Bangalees bid farewell to the old year and welcome the New Year