Bengali New Year 2021: Poila Baishakh, greet your loved ones with messages

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-15 13:50:00 IST

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Bengali New Year 2021: Bengali people greet each other by saying Shubho Nobo Borso.

Bengali New Year is celebrated on 15 April. In India, especially in West Bengal, this festival is celebrated with pomp. This festival, celebrated on the 15th of April, is called Poila Baisakh or Nobo Borso.

During this time, the Bengali people greet each other by saying Shubho Nobo Borso. Shubho Nobo Barso means Happy New Year. On this day, the Mughal King Akbar started the Bangla calendar in the 15th century. Since then, this day is considered to be the first day of the new year.

In addition to wearing new clothes on the Bengali New Year day, people send congratulatory messages to their relatives and friends. People use social media platforms to congratulate the Bengali New Year. If you also want to congratulate the Bengali New Year to your loved ones, then you can wish the best through images, SMS, photos and wallpapers.

 Bengali New Year Wishes.

On the day of Poila Boishakh, Bengalis clean their houses. Then after bathing, wearing new clothes, worshiping is done. On this day, traders also start a new account. After worshiping in the morning, different types of dishes are made at home. In Bengal, this day is worshiped for the prosperity and well being of the family.

 

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