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Obchody Nowego Roku w Bangladeszu (4)

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Pictured: The Bangali New Year celebrations. The event called Pohela Boishakh celebrates the first day of the first month in the Bengali calendar which is a national holiday in Bangladesh. The celebration brings Bangladeshis of different faiths together. They were pictured in full celebration on the streets of Shahbagh in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday (14th) by photographer Zakirul Mazed, 38. Zakirul said, 'These giant mask represents Bengali culture and they are also the faces who will protect all of us from evil things.' Please byline: Zakirul Mazed/Solent News ? Zakirul Mazed/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The Bangali New Year celebrations. The event called Pohela Boishakh celebrates the first day of the first month in the Bengali calendar which is a national holiday in Bangladesh. The celebration brings Bangladeshis of different faiths together. They were pictured in full celebration on the streets of Shahbagh in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday (14th) by photographer Zakirul Mazed, 38. Zakirul said, 'These giant mask represents Bengali culture and they are also the faces who will protect all of us from evil things.' Please byline: Zakirul Mazed/Solent News ? Zakirul Mazed/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The Bangali New Year celebrations. The event called Pohela Boishakh celebrates the first day of the first month in the Bengali calendar which is a national holiday in Bangladesh. The celebration brings Bangladeshis of different faiths together. They were pictured in full celebration on the streets of Shahbagh in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday (14th) by photographer Zakirul Mazed, 38. Zakirul said, 'These giant mask represents Bengali culture and they are also the faces who will protect all of us from evil things.' Please byline: Zakirul Mazed/Solent News ? Zakirul Mazed/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The Bangali New Year celebrations. The event called Pohela Boishakh celebrates the first day of the first month in the Bengali calendar which is a national holiday in Bangladesh. The celebration brings Bangladeshis of different faiths together. They were pictured in full celebration on the streets of Shahbagh in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday (14th) by photographer Zakirul Mazed, 38. Zakirul said, 'These giant mask represents Bengali culture and they are also the faces who will protect all of us from evil things.' Please byline: Zakirul Mazed/Solent News ? Zakirul Mazed/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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