Pohela boishakh is biggest festival of all people in Bangladesh. We also know as shuvo noboborsho. We are waiting for that day. Because this day is very enjoyable day for all type of people from child to old & village to city. All over the country we celebrate this day happily.
This year we will observe Bangla new year pohela boishakh 1428 on April. We are very happy because there is no more days left. In Bengali pothela mean first and boishakh is the first month of Bengali calendar. So this is the first day of Bangla new year 2021. It’s also referred as shuvo noboborsho. The English meaning of shuvo noboborsho is, shuvo mean happy and nobo used as new and borsho is year. Full meaning is Bangla Happy New year.
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History Of Pohela Boishakh
Short history of Bangla new year: After the establishment of the Mughal Empire in India, emperors reciprocated the agricultural commodity according to the Arabic calendar. But since Arabic calendar is dependent on Moon, it does not match the yield of agricultural products.
The farmers of Assam had to pay their rent. Mughal Emperor Akbar made the introduction of Bangla calendar for the purpose of acquiring the right to collect rent. In the year 1584 AD, on March 10 or March 11th, the number of Bangla year was calculated. The name of this was first named as “crop year” after changing, now we know as Bengali New Year. Read full story of pohela Boishakh.
Is Pohela Boishakh National Holiday In Bangladesh?
We know that this day is national holiday day. We observe this important day as traditional way. During morning after woke up we will ready for enjoy that day. Male, female all over the people in our country they are waiting for that day. We eat water rice with hilsa. Children are also very excited on this day. We observe this traditional day with different occasions. It has impacted on from real life to different social Medias like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and also on social communication apps like WhatsApp, imo, Skype etc. We spread love to our neighbors by using those media.
How We Celebrate Bengali New Year?
There are many way to celebrate pohela boishakh. Specially we enjoy this for our Bengali tradition. On this day people forget their past & want to open new chapter of their life. That’s why they try to make more enjoy! After woke up we have to fresh ourself by doing both. Then Man Wear themselves Panjabi payjama, and women Wear sharee with white colour and red board. Spread the word “Eso he boishakh” around us. We eat panta elish on pohela boishakh. Panta mean water rice and elish is the national fish of Bangladesh.
Businessmen open halkhata and give sweet to there customer. This is the another tradition of Bengali. Without it many ways also available for celebrate this important day. But those are very popular in our country. We also join on boishakhi mela everyday in the evening. Baishakhi fair held for 3 or 4 days.
Different Ways Of Celebrating Pohela Boishakh
Basically we celebrate this day in two way, online and offline. Online means social media network Facebook, Twitter, Blog etc. Offline means our real life friend, family, neighbors, relatives etc.
In Social Media
We update our Facebook profile picture supporting happy Bangla new year, we also change our cover picture match with pohela boishakh and short Twitte on Twitter. Download celebration pictures from below.
In Real Life
First of all we should wishe our family then friend and neighbor. If you have girlfriend/boyfriend then you have to wishes your loving person. Without them many person available but they are very important for our life. So you should send them sms of pohela boishakh. Now time to collect your favorite sms for all.
Pohela Boishakh Photo Gallery
To celebrate this day in social media and enjoy whole the day with your friends and family members, here I have added a beautiful picture. You can send it to your loved one and forward to others. It’s the easy way to spread the love around us. Download it from below and share with others.
I think no more words need to describe Pohela Boishakh 1428. Hopefully now you have proper knowledge about Bengali New year. If you think this article is helpful, don’t forget to share it with your friends in various social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram. Visit Bongodiary regularly for more updated information.