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Bangladesh Heritage

BHESA's News Blog

Our blog contains news from BHESA and the Bengali community here in Edmonton, Alberta.

Let Heritage of Bangladesh be upheld: Bengali New Year Celebrated in Edmonton

Bangladesh is a softening pot of races. Its heritage comes from very simple idea that includes preserving, displaying, excavating or restoring the collection of our old things and the mixed culture. It is both touchable and indescribable. It can be considered to be made up of the practices and traditions that are passed on the community and a place where people have been raised.

Prior to renaming this association it was a cultural association now that has taken a wide concept of heritage as a part of the community activity. Heritage produces tangible demonstrations of our value organisms, faiths, customs and lifestyles. Heritage contains visible and tangible traces form archeological finding to the recent past. Heritage can be included objects, artistic expressions, customs, practices, places, and values of the society.

Heritage could also include buildings, monuments, sculptures, paintings, or anything else important to its history, that has artistic or scientific value. Bangladesh heritage is deep rooted and thoroughly reflected in her literature, dance, drama, music painting and architecture; its culture is influenced by three religions- Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam in the consecutive order.

Bangladesh Canada Heritage Society of Edmonton is vocal in preserving our all forms of heritage and promotes culture. The society aims to join together with the leading Bangladeshi associations in the city of Edmonton for upholding the spirit of Liberation War and native heritage and culture.

In March 2017, a joint meeting was held with the pioneer community leaders from Bangladesh Canada Association of Edmonton (BCAE) president M Laskar, former presidents Kazi Awrangajeb and Dr M Motiur Rahman, Research Fellow of Alberta University Dr Mosfiqur Rahman, Bangladesh Heritage Society of Alberta President Mashod Bhuiyan, Vice-President-Faisal Bhuiyan and former general secretary of Heritage Society and president of MJMF Bangladesh Sports Club Ahsan Ullah. Discussed the critical issues to strengthen

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