When Is Pohela Boishakh 2022 or  Bengali New Year 1429? Know Date, History, Significance & Celebrations

Pohela Boishakh 2022 or the Bengali New Year is one of the most important festivals in the country. It’s the time when Bengalis from the entire country come together to celebrate their heritage and culture. The festival is usually celebrated in the first month of the lunar calendar called ‘Ashvin’ or ‘Avishkar’ and lasts for 15 days. It marks the beginning of the spring season and is celebrated with great pomp and fervour. Time to welcome the Bengali New Year with colourful customs and traditions.

POOLEHA BOISHAKH 2022, also known as Pôhela Boishakh, is the first day of the Bengali New Year and marks the beginning of spring in the Gregorian calendar. It falls on the first Monday of the month of ‘Ashvin’ or ‘Avishkar’, depending on the lunar calendar used. The festival is celebrated with great pomp and fervour by the Bengali Community all over the world.

The festival is observed throughout West Bengal and Bangladesh as well. The festival is also celebrated in India by the Bengali diaspora. The festival is celebrated by the Bengali Community all over the world. Here’s everything you need to know about the Bengali New Year 1429.

Pohela Boishakh is the first day of the Bengali New Year. The New Year is an opportunity to start afresh with a clean slate and a fresh outlook on life. The two-month long New Year celebration is filled with joy and optimism. The New Year is a time to make new friends, reconnect with old friends and family, and start fresh.

The first day of the New Year is celebrated across the world as a religious holiday and as a cultural festival. The celebration of the New Year is a time for introspection and a time for renewal. The first day of the New Year is known as Pohela Boishakh, which is the first day of spring in the Indian calendar.

In the Gregorian calendar, it falls between February and March. On this day, many Bengali families gather at their ancestral home to celebrate the New Year. Here are answers to some of the frequently asked questions about Bengali New Year, also known as Pohela Boishakh.

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