Purpose of Narijibon Blog

Nari Jibon Project seeks to increase our students’ and staffs’ abilities through different ways: classes, practice, computers, internet, and now the Narijibon Blog. Readers and writers (our students & staff) of the Blog will both learn about our lives, culture, Nature, activities of people in Bangladesh and the Nari Jibon Project.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Nari Jibon bloggers celebrated Pahela Baishakh —1

Monday(14th April) was first day of Bangla Year 1415. Pahela Baishakh is a momentous occasion. To every Bangalee, irrespective of age, social strata and education, it is a time for joyous celebration. Nari Jibon students/bloggers celebrated Pahela Baishakh on Tuesday(15th April) in Nari Jibon center, amid colourful festivities and a determination to move forward with its cultural tradition, leaving behind the gloom of the past year and takes a renewed pledge to march forward to build a happy and prosperous future.

Students/bloggers get together in the Nari Jibon center and arranged a cultural function. At the function, Nari Jibon bloggers sang, recited poems, danced and also they acted in short drama.

Bloggers started their programme with Rabindranath Tagore's song that has become the "anthem of Pahela Baishakh"---Esho hey Baishakh, esho, esho (Welcome, O Baishakh, welcome). See more from video.



5 comments:

jogany said...

Their voices are amazing, they have more than bloging skills. The students at Narijibon are very modern women, they knows traditions, are skilled and beautiful at the same time.

kbw said...

bhalo korechen!!! looking forward to more! kbw

abbiesmom said...

your voices are beautiful and i would like to have a translation of the words to the song you sang. please do more singing. my teacher, kbw, sent me your blogsite I will come back often to see what you have done.

David Sasaki said...

Not only are their voices all amazing, but I've been so incredibly impressed by how much Taslima's video editing has improved every single week. I really felt like I was there in the room.

Taslima Akter said...

Thanks to all of you.