Durga Puja, the much-awaited festival, brings an air of festivity and fervor to Bangladesh, where communities come together to celebrate the victory of good over evil. This article delves into the heart of Durga Puja in Bangladesh, exploring its significance, traditions, and the joy it brings to millions. Origins and Significance Durga Puja traces its

The Day of Ashura: A Time for Reflection and Commemoration Hey there, folks! Today, we’re diving into the significance of the Day of Ashura, a day that holds immense importance in the hearts of millions around the globe. So buckle up and let’s explore this meaningful observance together. Understanding the Day of Ashura Alright, let’s

Eid-al-Adha (Festival of the Sacrifice) is the second of two religious holidays celebrated on the 10th Dhul hijja of the lunar Islamic calendar, by Muslims worldwide each year. In the morning on the Eid day, after congregation prayers people thank God for the animal and the sacrifice takes place (usually cows, goats, camels). The meat

Eid-al-Fitr, known as “Eid” in Bangladesh, marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting observed by Muslims worldwide. It is a joyous occasion celebrated with religious fervor and cultural traditions. In Bangladesh, Eid holds immense significance, bringing together families and communities in festivities that reflect the country’s rich cultural heritage. Introduction to Eid-al-Fitr

It is a traditional age-old rowing sport of Bangladesh. The sport uses traditional Bangladeshi boats known as Nouka. Each team in a Nouka Baich competition consists of 25 to 100 members. Boats with motor engines are not allowed. In every boat there is a leader who does not row, rather acts as an energiszer for

Buddha Purnima or Boishakhi Purnima is the biggest religious festival in the Buddhist community; celebrated following the Buddhist calendar and falls on the day of full moon in Bengali month Baishakh (April-May) which is on the 5th or 6th lunar month. It marks three important events in the life of Gautam Buddha – his birth

Baisabi Festival — usually celebrated as “Biju” by the Chakma and Tanchyanga, “Shangrai” as Marmas and “Baisuk” or “Baisu” by Tripuras — is the fundamental social celebration of the tribal individuals in the hilly areas of Rangamati, Bandarban and Khagrachhari. Every tribe has their own specific manner of praising this celebration. For instance: Biju is

Noboborsho, also known as Pohela Boishakh, marks the beginning of the Bengali New Year and is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in Bangladesh. The term “Noboborsho” translates to “new year” in English and holds significant cultural and historical importance in Bengali tradition. This article delves into the rich tapestry of customs, traditions, and festivities

Bengali Independence Day is celebrated on 26th March and is a national holiday. It commemorates the country’s declaration of independence from Pakistan, in the late hours of 25th March, 1971, by the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The day is commonly associated with parades, political speeches, fairs, concerts, and ceremonies, and various

It is the national book fair of Bangladesh, arranged every year by Bangla Academy and takes place for whole month of February in Dhaka. This event is dedicated to the martyrs who died on 21st February 1952, in a demonstration calling for the establishment of Bengali as one of the state languages of former United

Introduction: Embracing the Colors of Pohela Falgun Pohela Falgun, the first day of spring, heralds a new beginning filled with colors, warmth, and joy in the heart of Bangladesh. This vibrant festival marks the end of the gloomy winter months and welcomes the season of blossoms with open arms. Let’s delve into the cultural richness

Saraswati puja is one of the religious festivals in the Hindu community, celebrated throughout the country with traditional gaiety, religious ferver and spiritual pursuit of knowledge. She is the goddess of knowledge, art, music and culture. She represents power, creativity and inspiration and presents herself as fair, wearing a white sari and a garland of

Bishwa Ijtema, the world’s second-largest Muslim congregation after Hajj, started on the banks of the River Turag in Tongi, Bangladesh. Organized by Tablighi Jamaat, this annual event is a major spiritual gathering for Muslims globally and resumed after a two-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Spiritual Commencement: A’mbayan by Maulana Ziaul Haque The inauguration

Bangladesh, with its rich cultural heritage and breathtaking landscapes, is a hidden gem for travelers. To make the most of your journey, choosing the best tour company in Bangladesh is crucial. In this guide, we’ll unveil why ToursnTripsBD stands out among the rest.so for travelers ToursnTripsBD is the best tour company for Bangladesh Unraveling Bangladesh’s

Shakrain:  January 14th & 15th Shakrain is one of the most old, famous and annual festivals celebrated in Dhaka, Bangladesh at the end of the Bengali month Poush (Jan 14th or 15th). This day is known as Poush Sangkranti; it is a symbol of unity and friendship and celebrated mostly around the southern part of