Poila Baisakh 2020: Alongside ritualistic bath, offering prayers to Gods and Goddesses, and cultural processions, Pohela Baishakh is associated to a large-course of traditional menu.
While the pandemic may have affected the scale of celebrations this year, it doesn't mean you cannot celebrate the festival with the same joyous spirit. You can always cook yourself something traditional and delicious like ...
The Traditional Bengali New Year or as Bengalis like to call it Pohela Boishakh or Nobo Borsho. Here are 10 Bengali desserts you can celebrate the occasion with.
Poila Baishakh: As Poila Boishakh knocks at the door and Bengali New Year beckons, let's bask in the full glory of this city's foodie hotspots.
Pohela Boishakh sees a lavish spread of authentic meals and swoon-worthy desserts, for the whole family to enjoy the day.
From irresistible mochar chop (plantain flower cutlet), to kumro phul bhaaja (pumpkin flower fritters), to daab chingri (jumbo prawn in green coconut), mutton and a variety of lip-smacking traditional desserts like misti doi (sweet yoghurt) ...
In mid-April, the people of Bengal, a region straddling Bangladesh and parts of India, including my hometown in West Bengal, celebrate the Bengali New Year.
Turn to these recipes for a feast with your loved ones on Poila Baisakh 2022.
Pohela Boishakh is a grand affair in which people enjoy lavish traditional meals and attend local fairs and cultural festivities
Bengali Noboborsho 2021: Planning to make basanti pulao on Poila Baisakh? Here're some of the best gobindobhog rice options for the recipe.