Chhayanaut to celebrate Pahela Baishakh at Ramna Batamul

Chhayanaut will celebrate Pahela Baishakh organising cultural programmes at Ramna Batamul in the capital on April 14 after a two-year hiatus.
The cultural organisation celebrated Pahela Baishakh in 2020 and 2021 organising online programmes due to the Covid situation.
This year, the celebration programme will begin at 6:15 am.
The announcement was made at a press conference

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Yearlong clean-up drive at Ramna Park begins

Bangladesh Scouts on Friday started a yearlong clean-up drive at Ramna Park in the city in a bid to remove dirt and waste materials from the park.
About 400 Cubs and Scouts from the city’s 25 educational institutions participated in the inaugural programme.
The drive initiated by Bangladesh Scouts of Dhaka metropolitan unit began at about 8:00am.
The cleanliness activity will be conducted every second and last Fridays in each month.
Chief National Commissioner of Bangladesh Scouts and Power Secretary

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Pahela Baishakh Celebration in Dhaka

Ushering in 1418
Pahela Baishakh Celebration in Dhaka
The nation welcomed ‘Pahela Baishakh’, the first day of the Bangla year 1418, on Thrusday amidst vibrant pageantry, leaving behind the gloom of the past and pledging to uphold the nation’s opulent cultural heritage.
Tens of thousands of people from all walks of life, in traditional clothes, poured into the streets, parks and open spaces across the capital and elsewhere in the country from early

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Pahela Baishakh celebrated

The nation celebrated the Pahela Baishakh, the first day of the Bangla calendar, on Thursday amid traditional fanfare and festivity leaving behind the gloom of past and pledging to uphold the nation’s heritage.
Tens of thousands of people from all walks of life dressed in traditional clothes poured into the streets, parks and open spaces across the capital and elsewhere in the country to welcome the year 1418.
Attired in traditional clothes, mostly sari and punjabi, they thronged venues of cultural programmes and makeshift fairs

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Pahela Baishakh: Symbol of the timeless

It is that time of year when the Bangalees celebrate their heritage and, through that celebration, assesses their place in the universal scheme of things.
For the Bangalees, like millions of others across the globe, have a claim on history based on the cultural tradition their ancestors shaped for them, one that they renew annually through

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Chaitra Sankranti, Pahela Baishakh in rural Bangladesh

Most communities in rural Bangladesh celebrate Chaitra Sankranti and Pahela Baishakh following the age-old traditions. The celebrations bring together people, irrespective of their creed and social differences.
Usually rural people arrange weeklong programmes to celebrate the end of a year and the beginning of another. The preparations start a month before Chaitra Sankranti and

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Pahela Baishakh today

Dhaka: The nation is all set to welcome Bangla year 1418, with festivities and gaiety, with the rising of the sun on Thursday, leaving behind all sorrow and despair.
Thousands of men, women and children, in traditional colourful clothes, will throng Ramna Batamul and other prominent venues for new year celebrations in the capital and elsewhere in the country, to make the first day of the Bangla year a memorable one. Three-tier security systems have been put in place at the popular and traditional centres of celebration

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