Bengali Nababarsha 2011, Nababarsha sms, subha Nababarsha greetings


Bengali Nababarsha, Nababarsha 2011, Nababarsha sms, subha Nababarsha, Nababarsha greetings

Bengali Nababarsha,Nababarsha,Nababarsha sms,subha Nababarsha,Nababarsha greetings

Bengali Nababarsha,Nababarsha,Nababarsha sms,subha Nababarsha,Nababarsha greetings

Nababarsha is the first day of New Year for Bengalis. According to English Calender it falls on 14 April and according to Bengali Calendar, Nababarsha is the first day of Baisakh month on which the Sun enters in the Aries zodiac. Nababarsha is the first day of Baisakh month hence called as Poila Baisakh in Bangladesh. It is celebrated as a National Holiday in Bangladesh. Bangla people call this first day of Baisakh as Naba Barsha.
On Nababarsha, women draw colourful Rangolis or alpanas infront of the house. As Nababarsha comes for only one time in the year people cleans their homes and decorates it very neatly to welcome the New Year. They put a kalash in the center of Rangoli which is filled with water and decorated with mango leaves.
On Nababarsha, devotees of West Bengal take a bathe in a nearby river on this occasion. Goddess of Wealth, Laxmi is worshipped by people on Nababarsha. It is starting of new accounting year for all Bussinessmen in West Bengal. They purchase new accounting book for Business on Nababarsha.

Nababarsha Celebrations :
Nababarsha celebrations starts with Prabhat Pheris early in the morning. For Prabhat Pheris people wears traditional dresses as women dressed themselves in White Saree with red border while men wears Dhoti Kurta. People wish each othery saying “Shubho Nabo Barsho !!”. Various cultural activities of dance, songs, poems are organized in various parts to celebrate Nababarsha. People participate in this activities joyfully. People visits houses of friends and relatives for wishing  them on Nababarsha.

Bengali Nababarsha, Nababarsha 2011, Nababarsha sms, subha Nababarsha, Nababarsha greetings

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