About This Dress:
Boishakhi koty Koti style dress /cloth design for women’s online shopping Dhaka Bangladesh|wearhutbd.com. This dress is a long salwar kameez type Kurti dress. It’s an embroidery design dress are made by our professional craftsman. This dress is very comfortable to use because it’s made of georgette. It’s very soft fabric specially imported from India. The neck of this dress is round designed but the kotis neck design is collar shaped. Sleeve of this dress is Threee quarter. Churidaar of this dress is redcolor. Women will look very beautiful by wearing this dress. We have used 2 colors on the embroidery design like, golden and Cream colour. Inner of the dress is makhon silk.Main attraction of this dress is Koti. Koti is also embroidered with cream colour. Dupatta is gorgeously piped with lace. Women can wear it on Bengali new year (pohela boishakh) festival. Wear hut is the largest store for online shopping in Dhaka Bangladesh ladies fashion wear.
Dress Color: 100% matches with the cloth of the picture. However, different media such as Mobile, Laptop, Computer and other Device’s colour settings can be seen due to light (+) or (-). We wish your awareness about that.
>>We can make the customized dress in any colour of your choice. We can give any customized Palazzo, Churidaar, Dupatta & Dhuti in any Color. If Anybody want to order only Dhuti, Palazzo, Dupatta & Churidaar Then Contact us( Condition Applied ). 16-40 years old lady can wear it without hesitation in any season. She should buy this for casual use.
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If our dress quality is not good
If our dress design is not same as picture
If our dress’s stitching quality is poor
Then you can return our dress & we will back your money
So, Dear customers don’t worry to take or doing order our dress . We try to make your online shopping more easy & safe than any other Women’s clothing online store in Dhaka Bangladesh. Wear Hut is a Branded & Manufacturing company.
Bengali New Year (Bengali: বাংলা নববর্ষ, Bangla Nôbobôrsho), also called Pohela Boishakh, is the traditional new year day of the Bengali people. It is celebrated on 14 April as a national holiday in Bangladesh, and on 14 or 15 April in the Indian states of West Bengal and Tripura and elsewhere by people of Bengali heritage, irrespective of their religious faith.
The festival date is set according to the lunisolar Bengali calender as the first day of its first month Baishakh. It therefore almost always falls on or about 14 April every year on the Gregorian calender.
Mainly the women wear White Dress with Red border. Though the Pohela Boishakh carries Spring, the Women adorn their hair with Red Flower and also wear colourful Churi. The man mainly wears a traditional dress like Panjabi and a Paayjama. Sometimes, Wear Lungi with the Panjabi.
The festival is celebrated with processions, fairs and family time. The traditional greeting for Bengali New Year is শুভ নববর্ষ “Shubho Nabobarsho” which is literally “Happy New Year”. The festive mangal Shuvajatra is organized in Bangladesh. In 2016, the UNESCO declared this festivity organized by the Dhaka University as a cultural heritage of humanity.
The Bengali New Year is observed as a public holiday in Bangladesh. It is celebrated across religious boundaries by its Muslim majority. The day is marked with singing, processions, and fairs. Traditionally, businesses start this day with a new ledger, clearing out the old. Singers perform traditional songs welcoming the new year. People enjoy classical jatra plays. People wear festive dress with women desking their hair with flowers. White-red color combinations are particularly popular.
Bangladeshi eat festive foods on Pohela Boishakh. These include panta bhat (watered rice), ilish vaja (fried hilsa fish), and various special bharta (pastes). The celebrations start in Dhaka at dawn with a rendition of Rabindranath Tagore’s song “Esho he Baishakh” by Chhayanat under the banyan tree at Ramna (the Ramna Batamul).
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