"Subho Nabo Barsho" (Happy Bengali New Year)

Ye Fellow bloggers,

 

Raise a toast to the Bengali new Year (1416)! Have a wonderful year ahead.

 

And, hope to see many more Bengali blogs on this forum in the coming year. :-)

 

Regards,

Team Bangalnama

Stay tuned: http://bangalnama.wordpress.com/

 

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Adesh Sidhu
Adesh Sidhu
from Gurgaon
5 years ago

Hapy new year, sir. Hopefully we will see lot of new blogs from Indians.

Choco
Choco
from Kolkata
5 years ago

"Subho Nabo Barsho" to everyone out there from me too Laughing

kunal sachdeva
kunal sachdeva
from New Delhi
5 years ago

"Subho Nabo Barsho" to all Indibloggers....

Dhiman
Dhiman
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Shubho Nobo Borsho !!! Good to see a bangla blog ... Let the New Year be year with more Bangla Blogs...All the Best...

Thanks much, Adesh, Choco, Kunal and Dhiman. :-)

Atul
Atul
from Delhi
5 years ago
Happy Bangali new year if u like mine this posting on bengali new year http://www.oceanofweb.com/general/bangla-vocab-new-years-special.html
Tangerine
Tangerine
from Assam
5 years ago

Subha nobo borsho every one :)

Micky Fernandez
Micky Fernandez
from Kolkata
2 years ago

Do not forget this year as well. If it was 1416 two years ago, then I guess that it is 1418 now. 

Do not forget to start writing that on your bank cheques. (Ha ha.)

DS
from Mumbai
2 years ago
Whats the use of bringing these threads up? I request Indipolice to lock the thread.
Pooja Pradeep
Pooja Pradeep
from Bangalore
2 years ago

Happy New YearSmile

Pooja Pradeep
Pooja Pradeep
from Bangalore
2 years ago

Ps. Remove your BLOG LINK from the threadYellSelf Promotion isnt allowedYell

Subhorup Dasgupta
Subhorup Dasgupta
from Hyderabad
2 years ago

Best wishes to all on the occasion of the new year. I am by default distanced from Bengal and developments in Bengal. Visiting with my parents in Kolkata for the new year, I am alarmed at how things have been turning out. Free speech and the right to disagree (hallmarks of Bengali culture and adda) seems to be under fire from the authorities. Given the liberal and often radical contribution of Bengali thought to the development of the modern Indian identity, I think all people everywhere should be concerned and be sending their personal good wishes to those who are at the receiving end of the illogical oppression. Interesting to see a two-year-old thread being pulled up, perhaps for obvious reasons.

somesh mahanty
somesh mahanty
from durgapur
2 years ago

Subho noboborsho!!!!! Ekhane khunje khunje bangali paoa jayna. R aj na khunjei peye gelam! JOY BANGLA!! :-D


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