Pahela Baishakh

Bengali New Year also called Pahela Baishakh

Pahela Baishakh

Mute celebrations, hopes for better future amid countrywide lockdown

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

Mute celebrations, hopes for better future amid countrywide lockdown

PM urges people to follow health guidelines

The prime minister said medical facilities were expanded in Dhaka and every other district to treat coronavirus patients and steps were taken to ensure undisrupted oxygen supply to Covid-1- ...

PM urges people to follow health guidelines

Nation to celebrate Pahela Baishakh amid lockdown Wednesday

The nation will celebrate Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla New Year 1428, on Wednesday virtually as the government has enforced a weeklong stricter restriction from 14 April to stem the ...

Nation to celebrate Pahela Baishakh amid lockdown Wednesday

Rakuten Viber comes up with idea to celebrate Pahela Baishakh virtually

Chatbot kicked off to spread the joy of Pahela Baishakh along with lucrative prizes

Rakuten Viber comes up with idea to celebrate Pahela Baishakh virtually

Chhayanaut cancels Pahela Baishakh festivities at Ramna

For the second year in a row, Chhayanaut announced that it will organise virtual programmes with Bangladesh Television (BTV) marking the Pahela Baishakh instead of organising its traditional ...

Chhayanaut cancels Pahela Baishakh festivities at Ramna

Covid-19

Govt bars outdoor Baishakhi celebrations this year

The cultural affairs ministry has requested people to welcome the Bengali New Year 1428 on 14 April with online festivities

Colourful hand fans at a Baishakhi in Brojmohan School, Barisal

Daraz organises virtual 'Boishaki Mela'

The country’s online marketplace, Daraz, has organised a virtual campaign for their customers to mark the forthcoming Bengali New Year

Daraz organises virtual 'Boishaki Mela'

Daraz brings 'Baishakhi Mela 1428' campaign

Online marketplace Daraz on 31 March begun its Baishakhi Mela campaign with the slogan ‘Jaago Bangali Borshoboroner Anonde’

Daraz brings 'Baishakhi Mela 1428' campaign
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