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Bengali New Year - Pohela Boishakh Celebration - বাংলা নববর্ষ উদযাপন

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Bengali New Year Celebration - Pohela Boishakh 


  Pohela Boishakh, the first day of  Bengali new year was celebrated across the country with traditional festivities. In the capital city Dhaka, the celebration was much more colorful and befitting than other cities.

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  The day was a public holiday. Different socio-cultural organizations chalked out elaborate programs to celebrate the day. Chayanat, a leading a leading cultural organization of the country, started the day's first program at dawn at Ramna Batamul. A large number of people joined the program wearing the tradional dresses. Females dressed with their white sharees with red borders and red blouses added a special flavor to the program.

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    Panta Elish was the greatest attraction of Pohela boishakh in Bangladesh. A number of temporary shops sat in the Ramna Park and sold Panta Elish. People of different ages and of various walks of life enjoyed traditional culture.

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   At the 'Shishu Park' premises, another cultural program was organized by 'Wrishiz Shilpi Goshti'. The students of the University of Dhaka took out a colorful procession from the Institute of Fine Arts premises. Besides, TSC of DU, Bangla Academy, Shilpakala Academy, Bulbul Lalitkala Academy, National Museum, Liberation War Museum and Jatiya Press Club organized different programs to celebrate the day.

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Govt. owned Bangladesh Television, Bangladesh Betar and along with all other satellite channels telecast special programs and national dailies published special supplements. On the other hand, almost on all the streets of the city, there were isolated fairs that looked like village fairs. Thousands of people were seen buying different traditional items though traditional haggling was rampant.

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