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Manipuri People In Bangladesh

Manipuri People In Bangladesh

The Manipuri people are of Mongolian tumble. They speak a language called Meithei. Most Manipuri people lived in northeastern of India. The Manipuri ran away from their homeland. They rebuilt their society in the northeastern Indian kingdom of Manipur to ...

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Rash Mela In Bangladesh

Rash Mela In Bangladesh

Bangladesh is the festive ground. The people observe many colorful festivals through the whole year. The land of spread population and they perform individual cultural characteristics. One of these is Rash Mela. It has religious implication. It’s held by positions ...

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Armed Forces Day

Armed Forces Day

Armed Forces Day is observed in Bangladesh on 21st November. This indicates the day in 1971. The members of Army, Navy and Air force fought against enemy. It is the period of the Bangladesh liberation war there these forces were ...

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Pohela Falgun

Pohela Falgun

Everything in nature gives a feeling of youthfulness or brightness. We can assume it as a new birth of the nature. Pohela Falgun is the first day of spring in the Bengali month of Falgun at Bangladesh. This season is ...

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Nabanna In Bangladesh

Nabanna In Bangladesh

Nabanna is a Bengali harvest celebration. Usually it is celebrated with food and dance and music in Bangladesh and in West Bengal of India. It is a celebration of new food collection. Many local preparation activities of Bengali cuisine like ...

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Madhu Purnima

Madhu Purnima

Modhu Purnima is a Buddhist festival celebrated in Bangladesh. Especially it celebrates in the area of Chittagong. It takes place on the day of the full moon in the Bangla month of Bhadro. The month of August to September in ...

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Independence Day

Independence Day

Every independent country has an independent day. The Independence Day of Bangladesh also submitted to as 26th March of every year. It is a national holiday for Bangladesh. It celebrates the country’s assertion of freedom from Pakistan. It is declared ...

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Eid Ul-Adhha In Bangladesh

Eid ul-Adhha In Bangladesh

Eid ul-Adha also called the Sacrifice. It is the second most significant religious festival in Bangladesh. Eid al-Adha falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah and lasts for four days awaiting the 13th day. In the dates differ from ...

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Christmas In Bangladesh

Christmas

Christmas is called in Bangladesh as Boro Din. It is the largest religious festival of Christians. Christianity was brought in sixteenth century to Bangladesh by Portuguese merchants and missionaries. There are about 0.03 percent of total population of Bangladesh are ...

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Culture Of Bangladesh

The Culture of Bangladesh

The Culture of Bangladesh submits to the way of life of the citizen of Bangladesh. It has changed over the centuries. It includes the cultural multiplicity of quite a few social communities of Bangladesh. The Bengal has been recovering from ...

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Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is a significant religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide. It is marked at the end of Ramadan, the Islamic blessed month of fasting. The pious Eid is the first and only day in the month of Shawwal during ...

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Durga Puja

Durga Puja

Durga Puja also referred to as Dussahara and Durgotsava. It is an annual Hindu event in South Asia that celebrates adoration of the Hindu goddess Durga. In Bangladesh it celebrated broadly. It submits to all the six days experiential as ...

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Pohela Boishakh

Pohela Boishakh

Pohela Boishakh is the first day of the Bengali year. It is observed on 14th April or 15th April in Bangladesh. It is also celebrated by the Bengali people all over the world. The traditional welcoming for Bengali New Year ...

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Bengali Wedding

Bengali Wedding

A Bengali wedding includes many ceremonies that can distance several days. In most casings, it started with the Kabin and finished with the Bou Bhat ceremony. Though the ceremony diverge with the various districts of Bengal maintain by Muslims. Amid ...

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