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Colors of Boishakh 1424

@Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka

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Weekend Plus Desk :
Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka is set to splash all the colors in this Pohela Boishakh, the Bangla New Year 1424. Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka will welcome the New Year by hosting Boishakhi fair on April 14 in traditional Bengali style at ‘Wrapped’ and ‘Oasis Lounge.’ All day long the fair will be featuring chotpoti - fuchka corner, live pitha corner, traditional Bangladeshi deserts, local entertainments and many more. This fair will surely put an impression on your mind and you will feel connected with the root of ‘authentic Bangla fair,’ says a press release.
The most popular and celebrated event of Bengali culture Pohela Boishakh is celebrated by people from all segments. Considering this, our signature restaurant ‘The Eatery’ will be offering Boishakhi fiesta with the authentic Bengali flavor for all day long on April 14 and only dinner will be served on April 13 and 15. So come and get splash with the colours. n

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