Happy Bengali New Year (Poila Baisakh) 2019 Wishes Images, Quotes, Status, Wallpaper, SMS, Messages, Photos: Poila Boishak, the Bengali New Year, is celebrated with gusto by Bengalis all across the globe.
To be celebrated on April 15, Poila Boishak is observed at almost the same time as Baisakhi in Punjab, Rongali Bihu in Bengal, Puthandu in Chennai and Vishu in Kerala. If you’re away from your family this new year, here are some lovely greetings that you can send to your near and dear ones.
As Bengalis step into the new year with Poila Baishak on April 15 this year, one of the oldest elements of the Bengali New Year celebrations - the kheror khata, the traditional red-cloth-hand-bound copy that traders use to note down their transactions - will see its last pages turn this year as demand goes abysmally low.
Poila Boishakh 2018: Also known as Naba Barsha, the Bengali New Year is marked on the first day in the month of Baishak according to the lunisolar calendar. This year, Bengalis around the world will celebrate the day on April 15, but did you know of its Mughal connection?
Poila Boishakh 2018: Planning to host a lunch or dinner this Bengali New Year? From Chingri to Malpua, we have got it all covered for your Noboborsho celebrations. So, what will you cook for your loved ones?
Khero, a red-coloured, rough cotton material used as a cover for these ledger books has been in Bengal’s history for many generations and centuries. The foldable, scroll-like books are handmade and are stitched using white thread.