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Justify the statement Festivals are for everyone.
  1. What are the most common events and festivals in Bangladesh?
  2. Narrate your own experience to take part in some events and festivals in your locality.
  3. How do these events and festivals shape you and your nation?

নমুনা সমাধান

(1)
The most important events in Bangladesh are given below :
  • Eid-ul-Fitr 
  • Eid-ul-Azha
  • Durga Puja 
  • Buddha Purnima
  • Christmas 
  • Pahela Baishakh 
  • Nabanna Utsab & Poush Mela
  • Amar Epkushey
  • Independence Day 
  • Victory Day

(2)
My experience of taking part in some of these pupular  events & festivals in our locality :

A) Eid-ul-Fitr : Eid-ul-Fitr is the biggest celebration of the whole Muslim community all over the world. It is celebrated on the 1st of Shawwal. It’s not just a holiday lasting for 3 or 5days. Infact, It's an immense gift from Almighty Allah for his Muslim Ummah.

On this very day, I woke up early in the morning with grand enthusiasm and excitement in me. I took shower and went to mosque to say my Eid prayer & thanked Allah for granting us strength to fast during the month of Ramadan and blessing us with wonderful gift as Eid. Then we greeted each other by hugging and shaking hands also &  passing blessings and prayers each other. Delicious & special foods were cooked by mother which we enjoyed much. In the afternoon, after wearing traditional outfits we all together visited to our relatives' houses & we did much fun. They also came to my home also & the giggles, chatter filled the house. No had no idea how time flew away.No doubt, that was so far my best Eid I have ever celebrated. I Won't forget it at all.

B) Pahela Baishakh : About 3/4 years ago, I'd celebrated Pahela Baishakh at my native village for the first time ever. As it is the first day of Bengali calendar, this is a public holiday. So my village people were in a festive mood. I saw villagers excitement to start with renewed hopes, dreams, inspirations that day. I woke up early in that morning and after getting freshed I wore punjabi panjams with great colour combination. 

C) Amar Ekhushey : Last year I took part in Amar Ekushey or Shahed Day festival under our college. We brought out a procession heading to Shaheed Mina and offered our floral wreaths to our language martyrs. Our college arranged a cultural program & Boimela on this day. The whole programme was so impressive. This was one of the best festivals in my life & I also brought books. 

(3)
Festival is for everyone. My justification matter is given below :
There are many kinds of festivals in Bangladesh as there are days in the year. Fairs & festivals play an important in the social lives of common Bangladeshis. The biggest Muslim religious festivals are Eid-ul-fitr(at the end of fasting month Ramadan), Eid-ul-Azha, Miladunnabi  (Birthday of prophet). Widely celebrated festivals for other religions are Durga Puja for the Hindus, Christmas for the Christians, Buddha Purnima for the Buddhist. 

Pahela Baishak (Bangla new year first day), Shahed Day (Language martyrs day), Independence Day (26th March), Victory Day(16th December)  are celebrated nationwide. Besides these national & religious festivals, villages, townships, Public groups, cultural organizations arrange their own festivals. some descriptions are given below :

Eid-ul-Fitr : It is the biggest religious festival for the Muslim. The Eid falls on the following day of the month Ramadan and is celebrated throughout the World. It is a public holiday.

Eid-ul-Azha : It is the second biggest festival of Muslims marks the Hajj on the 10th of Zilhaj, the lunar month. Animals are sacrificed in the name of Hazrat Ibrahim's(am) preparedness for the sacrifice of his own beloved son to Allah. It's a public holiday. 

Durga Puja : It is the biggest festival of Hindu Community in the country for ten days with the last three days with immense joy. The Festivities culminate with idol of goddess Durga immersed in the river. In Dhaka, the biggest celebratios are held by Dhakeswari Temple, where a fair is also held and at Krishna Mission. 

Christmas : Christmas known as Baradin is celebrated with festivities in Dhaka or elsewhere in country. Several days long congregations are celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral Ramna. Portuguese Church at Tejgaon and Church of Bangladesh Jhonson Road functions include illuminations of Church, decorating Christmas trees and other festivities. 

Buddha Purnima : Buddha Purnima, the births anniversary Lord Buddha is the most biggest festival of the Buddhists community & is celebrated throughout the country with great enthusiasm and religious fervour on full moon day in the month of April. On this day many religious rituals and monasteries are observed.


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