Festivals and celebrations have always played a major role in the life of the Bangladeshi. These festivals are parts and correspondence of Bengali culture and tradition. There are some festivals that are the same with the other countries, and there are also some which are unusual to others.Here are the lists of interesting festivals celebratedo Pahela Baishakh – is the Bengali New Year advent. It is a merrily celebration being practiced throughout the country. The Pahela Baishakh which is in mid-April is a public holiday. The celebration is mostly held at the Ramna Park, which is turned into a colorful and lively place each time the Pahela Baishkah is being celebrated. Watch video in link below
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o The day is a very important day for the Bangladesh people. The country conducts a mourning procedure which begins in Dhaka at midnight singing the song “Amar vaier raktay rangano ekushay February” (21st February, the day stained with my brothers’ blood). Bangladeshis pay respect to the martyrs by placing flora wreaths at the Shahid Minar.o Eid-e-Miladunnabi – this celebration commemorates the birth and death of Eid-e-Miladunnabi who was born and died on the same day which is the 12th Rabiul Awal in the Lunar Month. The Eid-e-Miladunnabi is national holiday, where in Bangladeshis display their national flags on top of every houses and establishments. Special foods are also being served in orphanages, hospitals and jails during the Eid-e-Miladunnabi celebration.