Boshonto Boron Festival – 1426

Students of Rangpur Dental College, along with the foreign students observed and celebrated this ceremony joyfully in their campuses.
Boshonto Boron Festival Cover
Organized by: The Students of Rangpur Dental College & Hospital & Hospital as well as the support of Deputy Managing Director Md. Asraful Alam Alamin, Rangpur Group.
Pohela Falgun falls on February 13 in the Gregorian calendar, and this day is marked as a celebration called the Boshonto Utshob. Boshonto is the final season among the six seasons of Bangladesh.


Spring, or Boshonto in Bangla, is considered to be a season of happiness, love, warmth and growth. It’s a season when we observe fresh buds blooming, birds chirping, animals awakening from winter hiatus and the earth coming to life again after the gloomy winter. Boshonto reminds us of the good things in life.


As Falgun (the first of two months of spring) arrives, we feel the warmth in our spirits and a sense of hopef. As the season transforms from cold to warm, from darkness to light, from grey to a burst of colours – we embrace the glory of change in our daily lives.