Pohela Boishakh paragraph
Pahela Baishakh Nababarsha/Celebration of Pahela Baishakh
The first day of Bangla year is celebrated as Pahela Boishakh. The day is celebrated with festivity across the country. It is celebrated in villages and towns. People in the village celebrate this day according to their age-old customs. Special meals are arranged at home.
Baishaki melas are held in different places. In towns, various socio-cultural organizations arrange interesting programs on this day. At Ramna Batamul, it is celebrated gorgeously. Many urban people wake up early in the morning and go to the function to enjoy poem reciting, songs, stage drama, lecture etc.
Many people eat
I live in Dhaka. On this day, I usually go to the Ramna Batamul in the morning. I wear pajama and Panjabi. I eat
Pohela Boishakh essay-1
There are some remarkable days in our national life. These days come to our life with the message of immense pleasure and traditional festivities. Pahela Baishakh is the first day of Bangla New Year. It is, no doubt, apart, and parcel of Bangladeshi culture. It expresses the happy moments of our life.
The day is celebrated with traditional festivities throughout the country. Traditionally traders and shop-keepers are found to open halkhata. They offer sweets to their customers and clients. Different organizations and institutions chalk out elaborate programmes to celebrate the day.
The day’s first programme begins at dawn in Ramna Batamul. Chhayanat organizes the programme after the sunrise. Men, women, and children participate in the programme putting on traditional dresses like saree, pajama, and Panjabi. This programme is telecast live from 6 in the morning by Bangladesh-Television.
On this day national dailies bring out special supplements. Bangladesh Television and Bangladesh Radio also broadcast many special programmes all day long. Especially students and teachers of the Institution of Fine Arts (IFA) of Dhaka University bring out a colorful procession carrying festoons, placards, posters, banners and wearing masks from the Institute premises at 9.30 a.m. to welcome the Bangla New Year.
Bangla Academy, Shilpakala Academy, Jatiya Press Club, Bulbul Lalitkala Academy, Liberation War Museum and Bangladesh National Museum and other cultural organizations also arrange different programmes on the occasion.
People of all ages enjoy the day very much. As the Pahela Baishakh is one of the important cultures of the Bangalees, it is really a glorious day for them. The day signifies a new dimension of a new life for all people of our Bangladesh.
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Introduction: Every nation in the world has some remarkable days to be observed nationally in accordance with its long tradition and capacity. These days are celebrated throughout the country in a befitting manner. We are the Bangladeshis. We have some days to be observed in such a manner. These days are the International Mother Language Day (the 21st February), the Independence Day, The Victory Day, Pahela Baishakh
Spic of life: Variety is the spice of life in the country. In that sense, Bangladesh is a spicy country which is full of joys, pleasures entertainments, festivities, celebrations, and fairs. Pahela Baishakh Is, so to speak, a famous and traditional festival observed and enjoyed throughout the country. It marks the grand day and happy moments of our life.
What is Pahela Baishakh?: Pahela Baishakh is the first day of Bangla New Year. The day comes to us with the passage of time with its traditional features. The day is observed and enjoyed with traditional festivals throughout the country. The govt. and private offices remain closed for its grand observance. It is regarded and declared as a public holiday in keeping with the old-age traditions.
Customs: Traders and shopkeepers open their “Halkhata” and offer sweets to their customers and clients. Different socio-cultural organizations also draw up special programmes to celebrate the day.
Various Programmes: The day’s first programme begins at dawn at Ramna Batamul in Dhaka-the capital of Bangladesh. People of different classes, cultures, ages, and tastes attend the first programme. Only the women wearing Basanti Shari also attend there forgetting tension, sorrow, and anxiety.
National dailies of the country bring out special supplement while BTV and Bangladesh Betar air special programmes in the life of the nation highlighting the significance of Pahela Baishakh.
Students and teachers of IFA of Dhaka Varsity bring out a colorful procession from the institute premises at 9 p.m. carrying festoons, placards, posters, banners and wearing masks to welcome Pahela Baishakh– the beginning day of Bangla New Year.
Bangla Academy is an important organization which also holds a cultural programme on its premises in the morning. The leading artists of the country take an active part in attending the function. Shilpakala Academy organizes a cultural function on the academy premises. Jatiya Press Club is familiar to all.
It is not an exception to it. So this holds a cultural function on the club premises at 6 pm. The other organizations like Bulbul Lalitakala Academy, Liberation War Museum and Bangladesh National Museum organize cultural functions on the occasion.
Fair held: Fairs in the form of Baishakhi Mela are held all over the country. The country made goods, goods of cottage industries and other handicrafts are available in the Baishakhi fair. The fair-like one-day mela, two-day mela, three-day mela and seven-day mela at a stretch are also held in different corners of the country. In such a mela gambling and pickpocketing are a common thing. The young chaps also get themselves indulged in gambling. It is also an alloplastic infringement on social values.
Its significance: Pahela Baishakh with its peculiarities indicates icons the beginning of the new year. The day signifies a new dimension of the new life for all people to come. It tells people to forget about all superstitions, prejudices, misconceptions and other harmful sides. It stimulates people to rebuild their heritage with its sublime dignity.
It enables people to re-shape their life towards refreshment. It enables them to go beyond extension so that they may shun their past nuisance aspects and to re-establish their businesses, trades, communications and all like this proverb-“. Morning shows the day and the child shows the man.” It shows people a bright prospect of near future.
The country finds a new chapter in its life by celebrating Pahela Baishakh and begins a new life forgetting the past. People of different sections without any distinction between caste and creed come closer and take a noble vow of reconstructing or rebuilding the country through their respective activities. The nation also gets a new life shunning off all superstitions.
Conclusion: Pahela Baishakh teaches us to organize and celebrate it fairly without creating any disturbing scene or an alarming situation. The day is a public holiday. Pahela Baishakh has become very popular with our people,