Independence Day of Bangladesh

Independence Day of Bangladesh

Independence Day of Bangladesh 26th March
March 26 is the National Day of Bangladesh. The 26 March is a memorable day in the history of Bangladesh is called as Shadhinota Dibosh. In English it is called Independence Day of Bangladesh. It is considered as our Independence Day. On this day, we honor the rich memory of the martyrs who laid their lives for our independence, we celebrated Independence Day for the last time in our beautiful school. Our teachers were very helpful in the arrangements.
This day is celebrated as Independence Day Shadhinota Dibosh Bengali in Bangladesh. This commemorates the declaration of independence, and the start of Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. The day is a national holiday in Bangladesh and is celebrated with parades, and payment regarding Jatiyo Smriti Soudho, the National Monument at Savar near Dhaka.

On this day in 1971, the Bangladesh Liberation War Bongobondhu began under the leadership of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman following declaration of independence of the country. Shadhinota Dibosh is our proud.

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পৌষ সংক্রান্তি (Poush Sankranti)

পৌষ সংক্রান্তি (Poush Sankranti)

পৌষ সংক্রান্তি (Poush Sankranti):
We offer premium combo pack for celebrating Poush Sankranti consisting of Patishapta, Dudh Puli and Bhapa Pithe.

Rice and jaggery are used to prepare variety of Bengali sweet desserts during Poush Parbon. Patishapta, Dudh Puli (Dudh is Milk), Chitoi Pithe, Bhapa Pithe, Gokul Pithe, Nolen Gurer Payesh are the core sweet delicacies of Poush Parbon.

Poush(Makar) Sankranti represents the beginning of harvest season and is celebrated with utmost devotion for a bountiful harvest. To augur rice harvest season, various types of sweets are made with rice and jaggery. The rice at this time tastes delicious and exudes a sweet aroma. The understated and plentifully used jaggery in all Bengali sweets have immense health benefits. It is rich in trace minerals and helps build immunity. Jaggery is extracted from juice of sugarcane, date palm etc.