Wishing Bengali People a Happy Bengali New Year

It is an auspicious occasion of Bengali New Year which finally has arrived in our lives with shine and prosperity, with the signs of happiness and glory.

I Hatef Mokhtar on behalf of the entire team of The Oslo Times and Armed For The Quill wishes all my colleagues, friends and acquaintances from Bengal and Bangladesh a very happy and an extravagant Bengali New Year.

I wish this new era of traditional year fills your life with the success of your ambitions and an era which embraces your vision into living gracious realities.

Hope the light of highly academic and cultured Bengali community spread its wings and looked as an inspiration to the world and by the world.

Thank you and enjoy the celebrations of the great tradition of Bengali New Year...

আপনি এবং ধন্যবাদ বাংলা নববর্ষ মহান ঐতিহ্য অনুষ্ঠান পালনের উপভোগ করুন ...

 

 

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