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

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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

Pitha Utsab (cake festival) is an age-old festival during the winter season. This type of festival is frequently seen in the rural areas. People can enjoy delicious array of pithas at the Jatiyo Pitha Utsab in the premises of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy located in Segunbagicha. Apart from the grandeur and colour of the pithas, the