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‘Mongol Shovajata’ brought out as the part of the celebration of Pahela Baishakh, which features large colourful masks, various animal-shaped carnival floats, replicas of birds, butterflies, chorka, traditional dolls and other motifs of Bangladeshi culture.
Mongol Shovajatra led by Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique, was brought out from Charukala (Institute of Fine Arts of DU) and paraded different streets. Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor took part in the procession.
Mongol Shovajatra (procession of good wishes) which got recognition from UNESCO as intangible cultural heritage last year.
"Mongol Shovajatra" was brought out from Charukala (Institute of Fine Arts of DU) and paraded different streets.
Students of the Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University brought out a ‘Mongol Shovajatra as the part of the celebration of Pahela Baishak.
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