Celebrate Bengali New Year with These Nostalgic Bengali Recipes
Bengalis all over the world started countdown up to celebrate the traditional Bengali New Year. As we prefer to call it Poila Baisakh or Noboborsho. Poila Boishakh is the first day of the Bengali calendar which is also the official calendar of Bangladesh. This Holi festival is celebrated on 14 April in Bangladesh and on 14 or 15th April ( this year on the 15th of April) in the Indian state of West Bengal. This year (2022), Poila Baisakh 1429 will be celebrated on April 15(Friday) 2022. Other parts of India also celebrate this day like Punjabis, Assamese, and Kerala as Baisakhi, Bihu, and Vishu.
No festival in India, won’t be completed without special food. Alongside prayers, ritualistic baths, offerings in Temples, and New clothes/wearings; Poila Baishakh is associated with a long list of traditional Bengali recipes. By maintaining the tradition I’m also trying to help you to decide on your menu combination to make your festival more colorful.
Special breakfast for Poila Baisakh 1429
Special launch for Poila Baisakh 1429
After taking Holi bath and offering in Temple many Bengalis don’t want to take non-veg in that particular date, so , for them some vegetable menus are to enjoy