• Pahela Baishakh
    Pahela BAishakh Introduction: Bengali New Year (Bengali: নববর্ষ Nôbobôrsho) or Poyela Boishakh (পহেলা বৈশাখ Pôhela Boishakh or পয়লা বৈশাখ Pôela Boishakh) is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in both Bangladesh and West Bengal, and in Bengali communities in Assam and Tripura...
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  • Polo
    Bengali New Year (Bengali: নববর্ষ Nôbobôrsho) or Poyela Boishakh (পহেলা বৈশাখ Pôhela Boishakh or পয়লা বৈশাখ Pôela Boishakh) is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in both Bangladesh and West Bengal, and in Bengali communities in Assam and Tripura. It coincides with the New Year's...
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  • Dubai Controversy
    , this day continued to be observed as a symbol of Bengali culture. Following the year 1972, this came to be observed as a national festival. Presently, Pohela Boishakh or Bengali New Year stands for cultural unity where there is no distinction made on the basis of religion, class or caste. Poila...
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  • About Mask
    , Rangpur, Rajshahi, Naogaon, Tangail and Dhaka are famous for these traditional masks. In post-Independence Bangladesh, from the 1980s on to be precise, another type of mask that is increasingly gaining popularity is the mask of Pohela Boishakh, the first day of the Bengali calendar. It started...
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  • Bengali New Year
    celebrating Bengali culture are organized throughout the country. People start their day by eating a special kind of food which is rice with water, called “panta vaat” and Hilsha fish fry with green chili. Pôhela Boishakh is really about celebrating the simpler, rural roots of the Bengal. The entire Bangladesh gets into a festive mood as it celebrates the Bengali New Year, hoping that the New Year would bring peace and prosperity to their future ahead. ...
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    many ways. The only big difference is the Qurbani or sacrifice of domestic animals on Eid ul-Adha. Numerous temporary marketplaces of different sizes called haat operate in the big cities for sale of Qurbani animals (usually cows and goats. Pohela Boishakh-Pôhela Boishakh is the first day of the...
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  • Market Communication Using Banladeshi Culture
    product pricing where local culture has been embedded. The offer was a SIM reactivation Bonus offer on occasion of” Pohela Boishakh” named “Banglalink Boishakhi 1418 (April) Reactivation Bonus Offer”. Communication tagline for this offer was “ বন্ধুরা ফিরে এসো”. Pohela Boishakh is the first day of...
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  • flower business in bangladesh
    ), 14th April (Pohela boishakh), Pohela falgun, New Year. And there are some more days like parent’s day, father’s day, mother’s day, birth day, friendship day, women day, earth day,0 marriage anniversary etc. we also use flower for the decoration of marriage, birthday decoration, any kind of...
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  • Beauty of Bangladesh
    .Cultural beauty 4 Pohela Boishakh 5 Lalon Akhra 2.4.Some Other Natural Beauty 7 River & River Side 8 paddy Field 9 Six Seasons are Six beauty 2.5. The Potential Travel Services 2.5.1 The potential of the tourism industry 2.5.2. Future tourist demand 3.1...
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  • Changes in Bangladesh
    all over the country. People wearing different dress and exchanging gifts on this occasion. 4. Before the cultures we have for instant, ‘pohela boishakh’, ‘pohela falgun ‘ was celebrated in a usual manner but now it has become a greater event to rejoice. The celebration has covered the villages...
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  • Assignment
    respondents. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- # Marketing Strategy based on Social Factors: Fridays Fast Food can introduce home delivery service. Besides it can arrange some functions in the restaurant and events like Pohela...
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  • Bangladesh's Cultures
    Janmashtami; alongside the Buddhist festival of Buddha Purnima, which marks the birth of Gautama Buddha, and Christmas, called Borodin ("Great day"), are all (except Saraswati and Kali Puja) national holidays. Pohela Boishakh, the Bengali new year, is the major festival of Bengali culture and sees widespread...
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  • Private University Culture in Bangladesh
    arranged by the NSU Cultural Club in the university campus on the occasion of ‘Pohela Boishakh’ (Rana, NSU). In 21st February a cultural program is arranged in EWU by the ECPA to remember the great martyred on 21st February in 1952. Moreover, EWU observed the 41st Independence Day of Bangladesh on 26...
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  • Airtel Bangladesh
    especially on days like valentine day, friendship day, pohela boishakh, etc. Mir Nawabat Ali, Head of Marketing, who decides the strategy of Airtel joins at September 2011. Before joining Airtel he was Managing Director of Bakcell for two years ten months (December 2008 to September 2011), Head of...
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  • Local, Global Interaction- a Study on the Student of Dhaka University
    ? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4.7 What are the festivals do you enjoy very much? a) Religion based festivals b) English new year c) Valentine’s day d) Pohela Boishakh e) If others mention it……………………………… 4.8 For how many years do you prefer this...
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    celebrated festivals are Pohela Boishakh, Independence day, National Mourning Day, Eid ul-Fitr, Eid ul-Azha, Moharram, Durga puja, and Language Movement Day. Role in SAARC: - In the 1980s, Bangladesh played a lead role in founding the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) in order...
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  • Adiagnostic Approach to Cutural Threat
    , literary, and societal life of the Bangladeshi people. Since the emergence of this nation, Bangladeshi people continued to remain comfortable observing cultural practices which actually reflect the cultural identity of Bangladesh. Bangladeshis had been celebrating Pohela Boishakh (The Bengali New Year...
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  • A Guide Through the Vibrant Festivals of Bangladesh
    FESTIVALS Seasons and life create a multi-coloured mélange which is integral to the Bengali psyche. That's why the nation welcomes and bids farewell to each of the six seasons with appropriate festivals. Pohela Boishakh Chaitra Shankranti, Nabanno, Ashwin Sankranti, Pohela Falgun are just to name a few...
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  • Disney Case
    international mother language day, besides ,on the occasion of religious festivals along with Biswa iztema. Apart from these, RAB carried the responsibility for the security of people in Pohela Boishakh, the month of Ramadan, SA games, and so on. Consequently it can easily be said that, there is now a...
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  • Banoful Co. in Sylhet
    & butter from the market. Normal type of sweets has a high demand. On the occasions of results, Pohela Boishakh, birthday, & marriage, there is high demand of their sweet products in the market. On Other days in the year; such as- in rainy day, there is low demand of their sweet products in...
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