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SUBMITTED BY ALBIR ISLAM

PRESENTATION OF FOLK FESTIVAL OF BANGLADESH

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ID : 161011028GROUP : BDEPT : FDTSEMESTER : 1st , BATCH : 26thSHANTO-MARIAM UNIVERSITY OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY

Date of submission : 20.06.2016SUBMITTED BY ALBIR ISLAM

SHAMSAD CHOWDHURYAsst. ProfessorSanto Mariam University Of Creative TechnologySUBMITTED TO..

SerialTopicPage No.1Acknowledgement52MEANING OF FOLK FESTIVAL 63LIST OF BANGLADESHI FOLK FESTIVAL74Noboborsho (Pohela Boishakh) - on the 1st day of the Bengali calendar8-95Pohela Falgun10-116Nobanno127PAUSH PARBOn138A TYPICAL FOLK FESTIVAL14

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At first, I want to thank Allah for giving me a chance to be a student of SHAMSAD CHOWDHURY. She is our BHC teacher and course tuitor. She is my first BHC teacher in my life. I learn from her a lots of things. She is very friendly and helpful. She always tries to help us and care about us like our mother. I wouldnt prepare my assignment without help of SHAMSAD CHOWDHURY mam. Her gratefulness does not fulfillment by giving her a thank. I always be thankful to her.

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A folk festival is a cultural and entertainment event that celebrates folk music and might take place in a regional, national or international setting. In addition to music, folk festivals might also include dancing, storytelling, arts and crafts displays, workshops and food. The term folk music was coined in the 19th century and was used to describe songs of anonymous origins that were passed on from generation to generation, usually by members of the lower classes.MEANING OF FOLK FESTIVAL

Noboborsho (Pohela Boishakh) - on the 1st day of the Bengali calendar

Pohela Falgun

Nobanno

PAUSH PARBONLIST OF BANGLADESHI FOLK FESTIVAL

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Official name : Observedby : Bengali peopleCelebrations : Haal Khata, Boishakhi MelaObservances : India and Bangladesh (14 April)Frequency : annualNoboborsho (Pohela Boishakh) - on the 1st day of the Bengali calendar

Pohela Boishakh is the first day of the Bengali New Year. Now it is celebrated on the 14th of April of the Gregorian calendar. Celebrations of Pahela Baishakh started from Akbars reign. The main event of the day was to open a Halkhata (new fresh book) of accounts. In villages, towns and cities, traders and shopkeepers closed their old account book and opened new one. Women particularly young girls dress up white saris with red borders and men clothed Punjabi, fatua with traditional art in Pahela Boishakh. They spend much time of the day visiting relatives, friends, and neighbors and going to fair.Pohela Boishakh Celebration in Bangladesh

The day is celebrated on February 13. A colorful festival held to welcome Bashanto (spring). Young girls wear reddish-yellow saris with red border and decorated hairs with flowers, and boys wear traditional pajama and Punjabi. A good number of kids also get their attractive faces painted with different motifs including birds, national flag, butterflies etc.Pahela Falgun/Bashanta Utshob

Nobanno (Harvesting Month)In the rural area, the farmers community starts harvesting and with this joy they celebrate Nobanno. They made PAYESH (Sweet dish made with rice and boiled milk), various kind of traditional rice cakes to celebrate Nobanno

In this season people celebrate Paush Parbon with Date Juice and various kinds of Pithas. Kuli pitha, Khajer pitha, Vapa pitha, chitai pitha and various date juice based pitha are remarkable. Grihasto (farmer) invites their married daughter and son of law on the occasionPAUSH PARBON

A TYPICAL FOLK FESTIVAL

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