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Bengali New Year Wishes 2020
Rong Be Rongge Sejeche Jatii.
Dak Dholer Chora Chorii.
Jiibone Ashuk Notun Priti.
Sukhe Ghoro Jiibon Tii.
Dak dhol madoler tale
wrong belonger moner detail
Bengali Sanskriti ujjibito thank judge judge
Happy New Year 2019
Bochor seser jhora pata
bollo sure she,
Ekti bachelor price gelo
halyard the verse,
Natun bachelor Rasche take
jotno kore rekho,
Swapno gulo sotti kore
vision value think.
Happy New Year
Notun e din,
Notun e bachelor,
Notun kichhu bhalo,
Notun kichhu Katha,
Notun kichhu Asha Notun kore jib on niece, not soprano Dekha.
SUBHO NOBO BARSO
Choitrer Raater Sheshe
Surjo Ashe Notun Beshe,
Shei Surjer Rongin Aalo
Muchhe Dik Jiboner Sokol Kalo
Shubho Nobo Borsho!
Misti alor jhikimiki sobuj ghase ghase,
Snigdha haway Julie matha fuller Koli house,
Pakhir game probes mayabi Ek door,
dilam to may subho nababorsher chaya.
Bondhu tomar bhalobas har janala khola rekho,
Moner akash meghla hole amay kintu deko….
Jhor bristi katiye abar dekhabo alor hasi,
Ami achhi, thakbo jeno tomar pasa-pasi.
Shubho Poila Boisakh!
Notun Surjo, Notun Pran, Notun Sur, Notun Gan,
Notun alloy katuk adhar, par hole jar okul pathar,
Katuk Bishad Ask Horse,
Suvo hok NOBO BORSHO
Wishing a blessed and prosperous
Bengali New Year to you and your family.
Subho Poila Boisakh!
Let this year be one that brings you
peace, joy, and fulfillment.
Happy Poila Boisakh!
Notun a share, not rod, not an also, not bar
Misti has dust chokh, swap no Tulo so for hok
N o tun a asha, n o tun pran, n o tun s h ure , n o tun gaan
n o tun jiboner n o tun a a lo
N o tun bochhor katuk bhalo.
S h ubho Noboborsho!
Dinguli jamoni hok thik- e-jaye k ete,
Tobu bolo labh ki a a r p urono smriti ghete,
Ei bochore purno ho k tomar s h okol asha,
Nobo borshe etai amar porom-prottasa.
Subho noboborsher priti, subheccha o obhinondon
Nobo anand e jago aji Boisakh-er punno probhate. Sob jwala-jontrona jak muche. Asuk ekk notun bhor!
Ajji subho noboborshe kamona kori jeno apnar jobon bhore uthuk anando arr gaane
Purono joto hotasha jirno opobad,
Jak dhuye jak
Asuk notun bhor niye notun asha
Sobar jibon uthuk bhore anando, bhalobasait
Notun bochorer punno probhate bhore uthuk apnar jibon pakhir anando kolotane.
Nobo Boisakher subheccha janai. Agami bocchor apnar bhalo katuk
Notun asha, bahlobasa
Notun ganer sure
Sobar jibon uthuk bhore
Boisakh er ei bhore
The Bengali calendar is a solar-sidereal calendar in which the years are known as Bônggabdo. It is based on the calculation of the solar calendar mentioned in Surya Siddhanta.
As per the available historical evidence, the Bengali calendar is said to have begun on April 14, 593 of the proleptic Gregorian calendar. The ancient Bengali calendar is believed to have been introduced by King Shoshangko.
The calendar was later revised during the time of the third Mughal Emperor Akbar to match with the harvest season. This was done to facilitate the administration with tax collection.
During his time his councilor, Fatehullah Shirazi, combined the lunar Hijri and the solar Hindu calendars for better administration.
All the months have 31 or 32 days. The twelve months of the calendar are divided into six seasons namely
Boishakh is the first month of the calendar and the Bengali New Year is observed on the first day of the month and so, it is also known as ‘Pohela Boishakh’.
Bengalis also call their New Year, ‘noboborsho’, where ‘nobo’ means new and ‘borsho’ stands for year.
The Bengali calendar was revised by the Bangla Academy of Bangladesh, headed by Muhammad Shahidullah, on February 17, 1966 to match with the Gregorian calendar. According to the revision the following recommendations were made for its modernization:
It is decided that the first five months of the calendar will have 31 days each
The remaining months from Ashshin to Choitro will be of 30 days
The leap year of the Gregorian calendar is adjusted by adding a day to the month of Falgun.
This calendar was officially adopted by Bangladesh in 1987. According to the revised form the Bengali New Year is now always observed on 14th April in Bangladesh.
The revised calendar however isn’t followed in West Bengal where the old Bengali lunar-solar calendar is still in use and as a result, the New Year day may be observed on different dates in West Bengal and Bangladesh.
Let the Poila Baisakh offer you all the strength to fulfill your dreams. Follow your dreams and dare to make them true.
Have A Great New Year for All my Bengali Friends.
“Shubho Nobo Borsho”
May This New Year Be One Of Its Kinds.
May It Be An Opportunity
To Fill Your Life With Bright Cheer And Happiness.
May It Bring Prosperity
And Joy For The Rest Of Your Life.
Usher a sign of freshness in Poila Baisakh. Explore the new and start afresh wiping off the woos. May the New Year day and days ahead become one to cherish all through.
May the Poila Baisakh turn out to be a prosperous one for all in your family!
Greet the Naba Barsha with hope, excitement, eagerness and anticipation. Wishing you a year full of joy, contentment, peace and opulence.
Happy Poila Baisakh! Wishing you a delightful and fulfilling year that you most deserve.
Mark the time of new beginnings and enjoy your life – Happy Naba Barsha.
Let this Poila Baisakh bring peace and prosperity in the lives of all
Let us promise to take life as it comes. Do not complain but make it tolerable by accepting the sorrows along with the happiness. Life will be peaceful.
Naba Barsha! Wish you a contentful and prosperous year filled with love, peace, hope and joy. May the coming year usher all these goodies on you.
Let this Naba Barsha lead you to a sweet year, both emotionally and economically.
From this Naba Barsha let life be steered with hope. Turn things your way to have a gala time.
Wishing you a Subho Naba Barsha! Let the year be filled with things that are truly excellent
With another year to dawn, let the optimism, zeal and cheer remain in all the days of your life.
Hoping that this Naba Barsha brings cheer, prosperity and peace in your life. Pray to God to grant you the strength to face all odds in life.
Take an oath to spread love, peace and laughter in everybody’s lives from this New Year.
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