Bangali New Year or Pohela Boishakh or Pahela Baishakh is the festival of the traditional New Year day in West Bengal and Tripura. The celebration as a rule falls on 14 April consistently if not on 15 April and is praised by the Bengalis the country over in spite of their profound confidence.
The Bengali families wash their homes and completely improve them with rangoli. They find a dirt pot topped with the leaves of mango and stuffed with water. The temples of Lakshmi, the goddess of flourishing and riches; and Ganesh, the lord of auspicious start; will be gone to by the people.
The adjacent streams will likewise be gone by to submit extraordinary supplications on the celebration day. Like West Bengal, in Tripura, Pahela Baishakh is a state-level occasion. This celebration gives a crisp start in every component is invited with a constructive note by the general population.