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    A new beginning for Sweets of Bengal

    With a passion for bringing the best to their customers, Sweets of Bengal (Banglar Mishti) has begun its new journey at Tajwar Centre in Banani. The launching ceremony, which was nothing short of grand, occurred on 14 May, 2018, where guests were invited to get a taste of the ambience of the outlet. The massive outlet is also home to Art Cafe, thus being the ideal spot for people of all ages to come and have a good time.
  • Bangladesh Ethical Fair 2018

    As the RMG sector of Bangladesh becomes a flourishing industry worldwide, it comes as no surprise that the celebration marking the fifth year of Fashion Revolution, the world's largest fashion activism movement, would be a grand affair. The Fashion Revolution Bangladesh's event, called 'Bangladesh Ethical Fair' was hosted in the cosy Bengal Boi at Road 27, Dhanmondi. The event, which took place from 24
  • Sweets for Shab-e-barat 2018

    Sweets for Shab-e-barat

    Fast forward to today, and you will see that love for traditional Bengali sweets is still going strong. Unfortunately, the only thing that seems to have changed is that we now have literally no time to dabble into the wizardry of sweet-making as the city life has its own set rules, which mostly do not include making desserts at home.
  • The Sound Of Music

    Melody is meant to take you to a mystical place of absolute peace and harmony. Audiences who attended the seasonal show of Sound of Music on 23 March, 2018 were momentarily transported to that place.
  • Checklist for Baishakh

    Being a festival of colour and new beginnings, it is no surprise that you want even the nitty-gritty details of your Pahela Baishakh to be perfect. From the right outfit, to the right home decor, to the ideal food — the list is endless! Yet, as we loom closer to the most anticipated event in the Bengali calendar, the mental to-do list seems more daunting by the minute.