Inspiria Knowledge Campus celebrated Pohela Boishakh 2023, the first day of the Bengali New Year, with great fervour and excitement. As the day broke, students and faculty members dressed in traditional attire gathered to commemorate this significant cultural occasion. Everyone greeted each other traditionally by saying ‘শুভ নববর্ষ’ (happy new year). The Bengali community holds this day in high regard, and it carries a unique emotional significance.
The students took immense interest in decorating the entire program hall with diyas, colours, and other traditional embellishments. They adorned themselves in sarees and kurta pyjamas, following the age-old tradition. The event featured a delectable array of traditional Bengali cuisine, including Basanti Pulao, Cholar Dal, Baigan Bhaja, Kacha Lonka Murgi, Aamsotto Chutney, Payesh, and Papad. The tantalizing aromas wafting from the food stalls filled the air with excitement and anticipation. The event organizers, the School of Hospitality, left no stone unturned to make the celebration a grand success.
The guests from WEMBA (Women Entrepreneurship Marketing and Business Administration) were also present at the event, and they thoroughly enjoyed the festivities. The students’ efforts were highly appreciated, and the guests lauded them for their hard work in making the event such a grand success. The event kicked off around 12.30 PM, and the guests were mesmerized by the decorations and ambience created by the students. A refreshing glass of Aam Panna was served to the guests at the entrance, setting the tone for the event. The members of WEMBA were especially impressed by the delicious food, and they praised the students for their culinary skills.
The entire event was a perfect representation of the rich Bengali culture and traditions, and it left a lasting impression on the attendees. The celebration was a beautiful blend of food, music, decorations, and traditional attire, creating a vibrant and memorable experience. The celebration has undoubtedly brought colours to the campus and served as a platform to showcase and preserve Bengali traditions and culture.
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