Holi is the day when most people from all levels of society across India and now, even overseas, participate in a mad frenzy of exchanging colors, dry and wet, to celebrate the festival of harmony and happiness. For it is Holi when colors fill the air, stick to apparel, spread all over the place and give a ‘face-lift’ to all who venture outside, not to mention the uplift in emotions too.
Mahalaya, which indicates the beginning of Devi-Paksha and the end of the Pitri-Paksha (the Shradh or the mourning period) is an auspicious day for Bengalis, who celebrate it with much devotion. Mahalaya is observed seven days before the Durga Puja.
Poila Baishakh is the first day of Bengali calendar which was introduced by the king Shashanka which is celebrated widely in Bengal and the places wherever the Bengalis are dominating the show by roll strength. This is also known as Nabo Barsho, that is, Bengali New Year.
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