Festival

Independence Day

The Independence Day of Bangladesh also referred to as 26th March, commemorates the country’s declaration of independence from Pakistan by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman before he was arrested b...

Dol Jatra and Holi

It is a carnival of colors, happiness and excitement, where everyone colors and chases each other with 'Avir'- the color of holi. The event revolves around the rally consisting religious figures of...

Durga Puja

The Durga Puja or Sharodotshob is an annual Hindu festival in South Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu Goddess Durga. Durgapuja grandly observed in Bangladesh and is the biggest religious fe...

Lalon Mela

A fair of fakirs, seeking aspiration of life through the mystic baul songs, happens twice a year in memory of the prominent philosopher and poet Fakir Lalon Shah.

The Immortal Ekushe Book Fair

Book- a true friend, a company for ever, a guide to move forward. A remarkable Omor Ekushe Book Fair is held once in every year to get in touch with this true friend. The fair is organized in the m...

Pohela Falgun

Everything in nature gives an impression of youthfulness or freshness, as if the nature takes a new birth. Bangladeshi people welcome and celebrate this day with great joy and love. Pohela Falgun,...

Kite Festival

A traditional and cultural form of festival, locally known as Shakrain Festival. On this day the sky is filled with beautifully and uniquely colored kites flown by people with great joy from all ar...

Eid

Eid ul Fitr & Eid ul Adha - the two biggest festivals of the Muslim community are the times for joy, happiness and togetherness, which is celebrated not only by the Muslims of Bangladesh but al...

Victory Day

16th of December- National Victory Day is the most glorious day in history of Bangladesh. After a long 9 month of armed struggle, sacrificing a lot of lives and huge bloodshed, valiant Bengalis cl...

Dubla Rash Mela

Every December in full moon a religious festival called Rash Mela takes place at Dublar char. Almost twenty thousand temporary fishermen takes part at the fair. Tourists from different countries co...

Kathin Chibar Dan

One of the largest annual religious festivals of the Buddhist community in Chittagong Hill Tracts. The monks of the temples are offered ‘robes' locally called 'Chibar' which are made of cotton and...

Boat Race

Boat Race (Nouka Baich) is a renowned source of amusement in riverine country Bangladesh. This race is organized throughout the whole country with excitement at convenient times of the year.

Mango Festival

Organized all around the country during Jyaishtha to Ashar (May-July) months of Bengali calendar which is the perfect time for having ripen mangoes. The sweetness of the ripped mangoes attracts a l...

Boli Khela

Boli Khela is a traditional form of Bangladeshi wrestling introduced during the early 20th Century. The literal meaning of Boli Khela is ‘the sports of strong men who wrestles with each other for v...

Baisabi

Baisabi is a major sociocultural festival of the indigenous Buddhist people of Chittagong Hill Tracts and It is celebrated with a lot of joy and Excitement. The festival is also known as "Biju", "S...

Pohela Boishakh

A universal carnival of Bengali people celebrated at the advent of Bangla New Year, which is the most joyful, colorful and amazing festival of Bangladesh. Baishakh is the 1st month of Bangla New Ye...