Le Méridien Dhaka to celebrate Victory Day of Bangladesh with Bijoy Mela, traditional haat, photography

To commemorate the Victory Day of Bangladesh, For the first time, Best holding Limited and Le Méridien Dhaka co-jointly will be organizing a one of a kind festival “Joyodhoni” with musical extravaganza by local artists, photography exhibition, Bijoy mela and also there will be traditional street food prepared by the award-winning chefs of the Hotel. The 3-day festival will start from 16 December and continue till 18 December 2019.

In the 3-day long event, shortlisted photographs from renowned photography clubs will be exhibited in the festival. Photographers can submit any photo based on the theme of Bangladesh Independence and Victory Day. The festival will be organized by Bestcom and sponsored by Pepsico.

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Among all the submission, 6 photographs will be selected as the winning work. Le Méridien Dhaka will purchase all the winning photographs. In addition, the winners will be awarded crest and certificates. The exhibition will take place in the lobby of Le Méridien Dhaka from 16th of December to 18th of December. The festival will take place on the rooftop “Infinity” venue of Le Méridien Dhaka from December 16 – 18 December 2019, from 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Heavy-hitting bands like Nemesis and F Minor and renowned folk singer Kiron Chandra Roy will perform in the festival.

Alongside the  musical arrangement, the hotel will organize a ‘Traditional Bijoy Mela’ to promote Bangladeshi street food and folk culture. The ‘Bijoy Mela’ will consist of 7 stalls which will be selling various kinds of traditional accessories such as glass bangles, nail art, face paint, Alta (red dye), Kumkum, desi saree, 100% herbal beauty products, hand made souveniers, and many more. There will also be a food corner named ‘Streets of Dhaka’ serving Bangladeshi street food like Chotpoti, Fuchka, Khasta Puri, Various Pitha, LM signature eclairs, Jhalmuri prepared by the hotel’s award winning chefs ..

On this occasion, Hasan Ahmad Sajib, President, Best Holdings Limited said, “The liberation war of Bangladesh has a prominent significance in world history.  Bangladesh has a rich and diverse culture. Its deeply rooted heritage is thoroughly reflected in its architecture,  literature, music, painting, and clothing. So, we would like to celebrate and showcase this beautiful culture on the very day the country got its independence. We are extremely delighted to organize these events which will showcase the creativity of the citizens.”

Constantinos S Gavriel, General Manager, Le Méridien Dhaka added, “Arts and photographs have the ability to cheer us up, entertain us, but it also has the power to affect the real change in the world. Some artworks throughout history have revolutionized the way people think about politics, social issues, and even art itself. So, to mark the victory day, we are delighted to organize events where the people of Bangladesh can convey their messages about independence through art and photography.”

The event will be attended by diplomats, foreign representatives, socialites, media personalities, leading writers, artists, photographers, architects, businessmen, Government high officials, policymakers, renowned journalists and corporate members.

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