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Pahela Baishakh
The Glory and Glamour

Rukan Uddin

Pahela Baishakh has danced her way to our doors once again. You may perceive the presence of Pahela Baishakh in the early-dawn rays of the yellowish sun, which peeps through the eastward window on the first day of the Bengali New Year.

We Nurture Our Culture through Baishakh

Mohammad Shafiqul Islam

Baishakh is the first month in the Bengali Calendar used in Bangladesh and parts of India. The month of Boishakh also marks the official start of summer.

A token of our strength

Hammad Ali

I don't know how many have noticed this, but some of the most important cultural and national festivals in Bangladesh happen to be in months that make it very convenient for the people of the country.

An Opportunity To Come To The Root!

Sajeda Tamanna Hussain

'Muche jak glani ghuche jak jora'- isn't that a beautiful resolution to start one's year with? No, it is not the 1st of January I am talking about!

Pahela Baishakh musing

Saushan Rahman

The scorching heat is a killing machine; and I wish I could dive into a pool of icy cool water. In spite of having plenty of water, I felt dehydrated.

Pahela Baishakh: Emotion & Reality

Md. Lutful Hoque Khan

It's a new day, an exceptional day. Men with colourful 'Panjabi' and women with red 'shari' come out to the streets early in the morning.


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