A three-day ‘PRAN Chinigura Rice Nabanna Utsab’ will kick off at Rabindra Sarobar in Dhaka on Thursday (Nov 28). The festival will remain open for all from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.
The program will include traditional music, dance, puppet show, bioscope, palki, lathi khela, Jamai mela and monkey-dance show. Pitha Uthab and kid’s art competition will also be held at the premises. Satyen Sen Shilpi Gosthi will coordinate the cultural event of this program.
The information regarding the program was disclosed at a press conference held on Tuesday (Nov 26) at the head office of PRAN Group in the city.
Addressing at the press conference, Eleash Mridha, Managing Director at PRAN Group, said, “We are losing many traditional festivals from our culture in the course of time. We have been organizing Nabanna Utsab in Dhaka with a view to introducing traditional festivals to young generation.”
Mohammad Shahan Shah Azad, Chief Operating Officer of PRAN Chinigura Rice said, “PRAN Chinigura Rice is now a matter of pride to the Bangladeshis. Currently, PRAN Chinigura Rice, produced by local farmers, is being exported to over 100 countries.
We hope, PRAN Chinigura Rice will be available in those countries where PRAN products is now available.”
The Nabanna Utsab will be held in association with Good Luck Stationery and popular bakery brand All Time.
Mustafizur Rahman, Head of Marketing of PRAN Chinigura Rice, Fahim Hossain, Head of Marketing of Good Luck Stationery, Zeaul Haque, Assistant General Manager (Public Relations) of PRAN-RFL Group, Adil Khan, Head of Operation of Xpedev and
Manzarul Islam Chowdhury Sweet, General Secretary of Satyen Sen Shilpi Gosthi were present at the press conference.
- Press release