Pohela boishakh is the most important day for Bengali people in Bangladesh and West Bengal, Assam, Tripura of India. Because Pohela boishakh is the first day of Bangla Calendar. Throughout the year Bengali people wait to celebrate the Pohela Boishakh (New Year).
In Pohela Boishakh Bengali people wear different dresses. Bengali women wear white sari with red border and men wear Punjabi or Fatua. In that day, Bengali people like to eat Panta Rice, Hilsa fish with green pepper and it is locally known as “Panta-Ilish”.
Many cultural program held in many places of Bangladesh. In Dhaka, maximum people go to “Ramna Botomul” to celebrate the Bangla New year. Peoples participate in various cultural shows at Ramna Botomul called “Boishakhi Mela” and wishing everyone Shuvo Noboborsho (Happy New Year).
In Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, some ethnic communities celebrate the three days Boishabi utshob. Boishabi comes from Boishu, Sangrain and Biju. Tripura community celebrate Baishu Marma’s celebrate Sangrain and Chakma community celebrate Biju.
Ethnic Cultural Institute organize the Boishabi fair to welcome the Bangla New Year. Bengali and ethnic communities both are participate the Boishabi fair. So Pohela Boishakh is the important day for the Chittagong, Bandarban, Khagrachari and Rangamati’s tribal people.
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