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Georgia declares April 14 as Pahela Baishakh Day

by BanglaPress Desk

Staff Reporter : The Doraville City Mayor of Georgia, the United States, has announced ‘Pahela Baishakh Day’ on April 14. He took this initiative to spread the people of Bangla New Year’s Amaz of the people of Bangladesh. Doraville City Mayor Joseph Gearman announced it officially as a Pahela Baishakh Day on April 14, signing a signature in the certificate.
Bangladeshis living in all walks of the world including the United States celebrated the festival of Pahela Baishakh. Georgia expatriate Bangladeshis are also no exception. Every year, various social and cultural organizations of Georgia celebrate Pahela Baishakh. Due to the virus, he is not celebrating anywhere in Georgia this year. Although the festival is not organized somewhere, the day of Baishakh of Georgia, who recalled the day on April 14, Joseph Gearman of Georgia.
In the presence of some of people of Bangladeshi community on Thursday (8 April) in the presence of some of the people of Bangladeshi communities, the mayor Joseph Gearman announced the certificate through a ceremony.
In the announcement letter, he said, the first day of Pahela Baishakh Bangla year. This day is celebrated as a New Year in Bangladesh. It is a universal festival of Bengalis. On this day, the new year was taken in the happy environment. Greetings of Bangla New Year advance to all Bangladeshi and world-wide Bengali speakers of Georgia. Happy Bangla New Year.

District 5 Senator of the Senator of Georgia, Senator Sheikh Rahman, former councilman MD Nasser, Robert Patrick, Commissioner of Decab County District 1, Bangladesh Association of Georgar, President Secretary, Mustafa Mahmud and AH Rasel, former President Mohammad Jahangir Hossain, former president Faruq Ahmed, former joint general secretary Bashir Uddin Ahmed, businessman Makhan Lal Das, prominent banker and businessman Abul Kashem.
Note that in Georgia, West Bengal including Bangladesh, Assam, Tripura lives in about 50 thousand Bengali language people.



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