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Poila Baishakh at Country Roads

Poila Baishakh at Country Roads

Poila Baishakh Festival | English, Hindi, Bengali


Poila Baisakh marks the beginning of the New Year in the month of Baisakhi according to the Bengali calendar. It is celebrated in West Bengal.

Pahela Baisakhi is the first month of the calendar and is a time filled with hope, new beginnings and good food. Since olden times, which were led by farming schedules, the day also was the aftermath of the annual spring harvest festival. Hence, it is marked by a festive air with the bounty of food offered as thanksgiving.

SO, we are organizing a community festivals. There is dancing and singing and craft displays on the day of celebration.. Fairs or meals, offering crafts and textiles for sale, folk dances, music performances and traditional dress competition, are often packed with visitors on the day.


  • Bel Malai Sharbat
  • Panta Bhaater Shora
  • Rangapuri Paneer Finger
  • Rui Macher Dimer Bora
  • Mangsher Chop
  • Radhaballavi
  • Alur Dum
  • Gandharaaj Lebu/Gawa Chee/Kancha Lanka
  • Sada Basmati Chaaler Bhaat
  • Panch Ratan Pulao
  • Shukhto
  • Topse Sonar Kella
  • Masala Beguner Beguni
  • Panch Rokomer Bhaja
  • Bati Posto
  • Bhaja Muger Dal
  • Enchorer Dalna
  • Chhanar Muittha
  • Doi Begun
  • Dab Chingree
  • Kankrar Jhal
  • Desi Pabdar Tel Jhal Tomato Diye
  • Kasa Pathar Magsho
  • Noborotno Chatni
  • Amer Tok
  • Papad Bhaja
  • Bhapa Doi
  • Potoler Morabba
  • Darbesh
  • Pan


  • Age Limit: Open To All.
  • Entry as per time slot.
  • Free entry to child upto 5 years.
  • Ticket needs to be purchased for person above 6 years.