Shuvo Noboborsho 1428 : Pohela Boishakh is a significant day in Bengali culture. The arrival of the Bengali New Year happens through Boishakh. Apart from this, Boishakh is also connected with the harvesting and opening the Halakhata of the businessmen in our country. The history of Boishakh is very ancient. On the occasion of Boishakh, there will be held differnt fairs in different places and there will be a public holiday throughout the country as well.
Today we are going to discuss the details of the Boishakh that has been celebrating from an early age. Let’s have a look at all the information related to Boishakh.
Pohela Boishakh 2021 Date
The date of Pohela Boishakh this year is on 14th April. Bengali year is 1428. There will be a general holiday throughout the country on the occasion of this day. Chaitra Sankranti will be celebrated on the previous day, 13th April. Usually, the date of Pohela Boishakh doesn’t change. Pohela Boishakh arrives at us on 14th April every year. Best HD Pohela Boishakh Picture and Wallpapers
Bangla Noboborsho 2021
Pohela Boishakh is celebrated as Bengali New Year. Like every year, Bengali New Year will be celebrated on April 14. On the first day of the Bengali year, Bangladeshi people organize various activities and festivals. Boishakhi fair is held in the rural area of Bangladesh. Boishakhi fair becomes attractive with full of different things including pottery and toys made of clay, wooden furniture, handloom cloths, the different type of delicious foods etc. Pohela Boishakh SMS
Plough-yoke, ladder, agricultural hoe, grass hook, dibber, hand cultivator, rope etc. for cultivation are also available in many fairs. That is why Boishakhi fair is very important in rural life. This fair continues week long in many places. Selling and buying are also good. Nowadays, however, Boishakhi fair is also organized in the city are with great interest. The appeal of Boishakhi fair in the city area is not less at all compared to the village fairs.
Pohela Boishakh History
According to the Hindu solar system calendar, Bengali 12 months have been observed from long ago. But in the Gregorian calendar, it is seen that this solar year began to count in the middle of April. It is seen in history that, after the Mughal Empire began in India, they used to collect taxes on agricultural commodities according to the Hijri calendar in the Arabic year. But since the Hijri year is dependent on the moon, there was not any similarity found with agricultural productions.
And then, for the purpose of solving this smoothly, Emperor Akbar took an initiative to reform the Bengali calendar. As per the order of the emperor, the famous astronomer and thinker Ameer Fatehullah Siraji has started making rules for the new Bengali year based on the solar year and the Arabic Hijri year. According to the information obtained from the various books written on the Bengali year, it was started to be counted from 10th or 11th of March 1584.
However, this experimental calculation method was considered effective from 5th November 1556 that means from the date of ascension to the throne of Emperor Akbar. Although it was first called the crop year, it later started to be known as Bangabdo or Bengali year.
Pohela Boishakh Celebration
The main event of the Bengali new year celebration in Bangladesh mainly happens around the Botmul of Ramna Park in Dhaka (many say it ossoth mul). The whole nation passes a busy time to celebrate the joy and happiness of the New Year and remember the memory of the earlier days and arrange an amazing panta hilsa party to go with the Bengali entity.
Almost every nation of the world makes different specific days special and memorable to accept their history and culture. All the preparations for celebrating Boishakh with the performance of different artists of chayanot are taken beforehand. At the day of the Pohela Boishakh, a lot of open concerts are arranged on the Baul, Lalon, Jari, Vatiali, Murshedi songs from the early morning.
Shuvo Noboborsho 1428
Happy New Year 1428 is approaching to us. The New Year will be celebrated on April 14 in pohela Boishakh. Bangla New Year is our longstanding culture. Various organizations have started their preparation to celebrate Boishakh. Boishakh is intimately connected with the businessmen and farmers of Bengal. Through Boishakh, we celebrate Bangla Noboborsho.
Like every year, Boishakhi fairs this year will also be celebrated, special music parties will be arranged in Ramna Botmul, businessmen will open new halkhata on the occasion of Bangla New Year. There will be a general holiday throughout the country on the occasion of the New Year. People will visit around or away with loved ones. The famous Nagarodola will be run in the Boishakhi fair. Some people will enjoy the panta hilsa and accept Noboborsho.
Boishakhi Mela 2021
Bangali and Boishakhi fair are the opposite sides to each other of the same coin. Boishakh celebration is one of the best festivals celebrated by the Bangali to make their national entity, history and culture go on. The ceremony that is closely connected to the Boishakh celebration is our traditional Boishakhi Mela. The fair that is basically held simultaneously from the first day of the month of Boishakh in West Bengal of India and whole Bangladesh is called Boishakhi Mela.
In this celebration of pohela Boishakh, people enjoy with panta hilsa and lots of local Boishakhi fairs as well. Not only the young people of the two Bengal regions but also all of them who cherish the love of Bengali people, love the culture and tradition of Bengal participate in this Boishakhi fair. So it is seen that the participants of the Boishakhi Fair are of all ages.
Through the Boishakhi Mela, a nice bonding is made to people of Bengal. Bengal people approach in the process of nurturing their true culture and taking their oath to celebrate it forever forgetting all the differences. As the fair helps to unite Bengalis in the local regions, it also introduces Bengali to their own culture at the international level.
The Last Words
In the long discussion, we have covered on Bangla Noboborsho, history of Boishakh and our culture. Hopefully, you have come to learn a lot of unknown things from this. We are wishing Happy Bengali New Year to all.