Celebrate Baishakh at home maintaining health rules
Last year's Pahela Baishakh was celebrated amid countrywide shutdown. This year the situation is no different as the Covid-19 cases have been on the rise recently again. Still Pahela Baishakh will be celebrated with grandeur, colour and festivity throughout the country but in accordance with standard health protocol.
Bangali people tend to arrange different colourful programmes to rejoice the day. But, for the pandemic situation it is not possible to arrange these types of colorful cultural programmes and impossible to go outside to celebrate this day. but people can enjoy this occasion, wearing colorful dress and making traditional food for the family members, near and dear one.
To make this festive more colorful and joyous, Twelve, one of the leading fashion houses in our country, made all the collections so colorful and at the same time so comfy and trendy for the customers.
"We have decorated our festive collection in folk theme, where we made different Deshi trendy prints," said Samia Ahmed, head of marketing of Twelve.
"Other than that we have a huge floral theme base collection, where we use prints, embroideries, Jardousi and karchupi work, and decorate the full collection at a very reasonable price," she added.
"Our price range starts from 1490 to 4990 taka only." "For men's we have panjabee, vest, kabli, tshirts, shirts and all, for women's we have kurtis, 3pcs, cardigans, tunics etc," she mentioned.
This year twelve have several capsule collections on "Tie-Dye" "kalamkari motif inspired collection" "Brocade collection" and "majectic Floral collection."