Write a letter to your friend describing how you have celebrated the Pahela Boishakh

August 12, 2025
3/ A. Tikatuli, Dhaka

My dear Sumona,
At the beginning of the letter, take my cordial love. Hope you are hale and hearty by the grace of Almighty Allah. I am also well by His grace. Recently we have celebrated Pahela Baishakh, the Bangla New year’s day at our school premises in a befitting manner. The day is a symbol of our Bangla culture It is celebrated with traditional festivities all over the country As the day is a public holiday .On this day early in the morning people of all ages and religions assemble at a particular place wearing traditional dress and welcome the Bangla New year through songs and music. We, the students and the teachers also went to our campus wearing traditional dress and sang song in chorus welcoming the New Year. Then artists sang folk song and bawool songs. After that we enjoyed batasha (cake of molasses ) and Khoi(parched rice)I ate panta- Illish with great pleasure I wore new clothes in the morning I went various places like public squares .It was a special day to be remembered for life That is all for today.
No more today. More when we shall meet each other. And write to me whenever you have time.
With love and good wishes.

Your loving

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A letter describing celebration of Pahela Baishakh

Dear [Recipient's Name],

I hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. I am writing to share with you how I celebrated Pahela Boishakh, the Bengali New Year.

Pahela Boishakh is an important cultural festival in Bangladesh and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy. This year, I decided to celebrate the occasion with my family and friends. We started the day early by waking up before sunrise to enjoy the traditional breakfast of panta bhaat (fermented rice), green chilies, and fried fish.

After breakfast, we dressed up in traditional Bengali attire and went out to join the Boishakhi Mela (fair) in our local community. The fair was filled with people dressed in colorful clothes, and there were food stalls, cultural shows, and other attractions.

We enjoyed watching the cultural shows, which included music, dance, and poetry recitation. We also took part in some of the games and activities, such as henna painting, pottery making, and face painting. We even took some photos to capture the moment.

Later in the day, we visited our relatives and friends to exchange greetings and sweets. We had lunch together and enjoyed the delicious Bengali cuisine, such as biryani, chicken curry, and dal.

Overall, it was a day filled with joy, happiness, and cultural pride. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to celebrate Pahela Boishakh with my loved ones, and I hope that we will continue to cherish and celebrate our cultural heritage in the years to come.

I hope that you enjoyed reading about my Pahela Boishakh celebrations. How did you celebrate the occasion? I would love to hear all about it.

Best regards,

[Your Name]

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