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Eid ul-Fitr – on the 1st day of Shawwal month of the lunar Islamic calendar.

Eid ul-Adha – on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah month of the Islamic calendar.

Chaand Raat – on the 29th or 30th night of Ramadan month of the Islamic calendar.

Ashura – on the 10th day of Muharram in the Islamic calendar.

Eid-e-Meeladun Nabi – The Birth of the Prophet.



Bishwa Ijtema.


Durga Puja – from the 2nd to the 7th day of Kartik month of the Bengali calendar.

Krishna Janmashtami – celebration of the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna


Rathayatra, the most popular being Dhamrai Rathayatra.

Kali Puja

Saraswati Puja


Buddha Purnima – Buddha’s Birthday

Madhu Purnima

Kathin Chibardan – offering of woven robe made of cotton to monks and nuns.


Boro Din or Christmas – on 25 December of the Gregorian calendar.

Easter Sunday

        Patriotic and National Observances Cultural festivals


        Rokeya Day

        Rabindra Jayanti

        Nazrul Jayanti


        Dhaka World Music Festival (music)

        Bengal Classical Music Festival


        Pahela Baishakh – on the 1st day of the Bengali calendar and summer festival; also called Bangla Noboborsho.

        Boshonto Utshob – Spring festival also known as Pohela Falgun.

        Nabanna – Winter and harvest festival.

        Borsha Utshob – Monsoon festival. 

        Nouka Baich – Boat racing festivals held after the monsoon when rivers are filled


        Dhaka Art Summit

        Hay Festival Dhaka

        Dhaka Fashion Week

        Dhaka International Film Festival

        Chobi Mela International Photography Festival

        CRACK International Art Camp

        International Children’s Film Festival Bangladesh

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