Pohela Boishakh Essays and Term Papers

  • Assingment On Pahela Baisakh 1st Sem

    Business Administration (BBA) STAMFORD UNIVERSITY BANGLADESH Dhanmondi, Dhaka. 1 PAHELA BAISHAKH Bangla New Year or Pohela Boishakh marks the first day of the Bangla Calendar. Pohela Boishakh is celebrated with great fervour in the South Asian region of Bengal (Bangladesh and Indian/West Bengal) and among...

      1405 Words | 5 Pages   Pohela Boishakh, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • 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. It...

      1337 Words | 5 Pages   Pohela Boishakh

  • National culture

    culture of Bangladesh . Pohela Boishakh Pohela Baishakh celebration in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pôhela Boishakh is the first day of the Bengali calendar. It is usually celebrated on the 14th of April. Pohela Boishakh marks the start day of the crop season. Usually on Pôhela Boishakh, the home is thoroughly...

      2411 Words | 10 Pages   Bengali cuisine, Culture of Bangladesh, Shaheed Minar, Dhaka, Bengali Language Movement

  • Culture of Bangladesh

    cuisine and culinary tradition. Contents 1 Music, dance, drama, and film 2 Festivals and celebrations 2.1 Eid ul-Fitr 2.2 Eid ul-Adha 2.3 Pohela Boishakh 2.4 Weddings 3 Architecture and heritage 4 Sports 5 Religion 6 Lifestyle 6.1 Cuisine 6.2 Dress 7 See also 8 External links Music, dance...

      2956 Words | 12 Pages   Mehndi, Culture of Bangladesh, Bengali cuisine, Shalwar kameez

  • About Mask

    that is increasingly gaining popularity is the mask of Pohela Boishakh, the first day of the Bengali calendar. It started from the grand rally (known as Mangolshobhajatra) brought out by the Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University. Pohela Boishakh is one of Bengal’s most loved festivals. We all celebrate...

      720 Words | 2 Pages   Pohela Boishakh, Mask, Bangladesh

  • Beauty of Bangladesh

    MohastanGor, Bogra 2.2. Country Of longest beach & World's Largest Mangrove Forest 2 Sundarban 3 Cox's Bazar 2.3.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...

      1996 Words | 8 Pages   Pohela Boishakh, Sundarbans, Bengal, Jamuna River (Bangladesh)

  • Bengali New Year

    national holiday on this day. The celebrations are started at the break of dawn with a rendition of Rabindranath Tagore's well known song " Esho, he Boishakh” by Chhayanat under the banyan tree at Ramna Batamul. The students of ‘Charukala’ of Dhaka University organize a traditional colorful procession called...

      319 Words | 1 Pages   Pohela Boishakh

  • flower business in bangladesh

    in 21st February (Vasha dibosh), 26th march (sadhinota dibosh), 16th December (Bijoy dibosh), 14th February (valentine day), 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...

      2191 Words | 21 Pages   Economy of Bangladesh, Food security

  • Bangladesh's Cultures

    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 festivities. Of the major holidays celebrated in Bangladesh, only Pohela Boishakh comes without any preexisting expectations (specific religious...

      2885 Words | 8 Pages   Sena dynasty, Cricket World Cup, Bangladesh, Bangladesh national cricket team

  • Culture

    Bangladesh and see the most widespread celebrations in the country. Pohela Boishakh, the Bengali new year, is the major festival of Bengali culture and sees widespread festivities. Of the major holidays celebrated in Bangladesh, only Pohela Boishakh comes without any preexisting expectations (specific religious...

      3110 Words | 12 Pages   Bangladesh national cricket team, Bangladesh, Cricket World Cup, India national cricket team

  • Changes in Bangladesh

    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 also...

      1296 Words | 4 Pages   Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh

  • Private University Culture in Bangladesh

    traditions. For instance, East West University Club for Performing Arts (ECPA) organized a cultural program named “Borsho Boron” on the occasion of “Pohela Boishak-1419” on 14th April,2012 .The program began with a “Mongol Sovajatra” where Dr. Mohammed Farashuddin, President of the Board of Trustees of...

      2734 Words | 8 Pages   Grading (education), Course credit, Growth medium

  • Graduate

    and celebrations Festivals and celebrations are an integral part of the culture of Bangladesh. Prominent and widely 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...

      1275 Words | 5 Pages   Curry, Culture of Bangladesh, Ganges Delta, Breakfast

  • Airtel Bangladesh

    become sponsors on concert in order to create a good brand value towards their target market 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...

      1540 Words | 5 Pages   Bharti Airtel, Warid Telecom, SWOT analysis, Marketing communications

  • Bangladesh

    the birth of Gautama Buddha, and Christmas, called Bôŗodin (Great day), are both national holidays. The most important non-religious festival is Pohela Boishakh or Bengali New Year, the beginning of the Bengali calendar. Sports Cricket is the most popular sport in Bangladesh. Next is football (soccer)....

      1237 Words | 8 Pages   Bangladesh, Dhaka, Chittagong, Bangladesh Liberation War

  • Local, Global Interaction- a Study on the Student of Dhaka University

    fallen on the celebrations of festivals. In the twenty first century people celebrate thirty first night and Valentine’s Day along with the Pahela Boishakh and Pahela Phalgoon. They like to celebrate the occasions with their friends more than their family and relatives which lessen their family bonding...

      8389 Words | 40 Pages   Education, Higher education, Bachelor's degree, Qualitative research

  • Internship Report

    “Mobile-Banking”. Took part in the “Employee Referral Campaign” and encouraged the employees to take part in the contest. I gave the idea of the special “Pohela Boishakh” campaign. Learning Experiences: As I am currently working in the Marekting department of Citycell (PBTL), the experience...

      1963 Words | 16 Pages   Internship, Citycell, Optus, Work experience

  • Banoful Co. in Sylhet

    collect milk from dairy firms, & sugar & 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...

      1532 Words | 6 Pages   Bibliography, Hamburger, Value added tax

  • The Role of Youth in Realising the Dreams of Dr. Kalam

    out of India in Nepal and Sri Lanka. [edit] Names by region The festival is celebrated as: * Rongali Bihu in Assam, * Naba Barsha or Pohela Boishakh in Bengal and Tripura * Vishu in Kerala * Pongal ) in Tamil Nadu * Bikhu or Bikhauti in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand * Maha...

      2136 Words | 6 Pages   Khalsa, Vesak, Sikh, Punjab, India

  • Disney Case

    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 dependable state agency in Bangladesh for maintaining...

      4652 Words | 13 Pages   Torture, Human rights, Inspector general, Detention (imprisonment)

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