The first day of Bangla year is celebrated as Pahela Boishakh. The day is celebrated with festivity across the country. It is celebrated in village and towns. People in the village celebrated this day according to their age-old customs. Special meals are arranged at home. Boishakhi meals are held in different places. In towns, various socio-economic cultural organizations arrange interesting programs on this day. At Ramna Batamul, it is celebrated gorgeously. Many urban people wake up early in the morning and go to the function to enjoy the poem reciting, stage drama, lecture etc. Many people eat pantha hilisha in the morning. Children put on colourful dresses. They go to the Boishakhi Mela and buy sweets, toys, dolls and handmade things. They enjoy the day with great pleasure. Shopkeepers in both village and towns open Halkhata. They distribute sweets among their customers and clients. I live in Dhaka. On this day, I usually go to Ramna Batabul in the morning. I wear pjama and Panjabi. I eat panta-hilisha and join different functions. This significance of the day is great. We can remember our Bengali culture and tradition through celebrating the day.