What We Do
— Cultural Celebrations
Our organization celebrates festivities like Durga Puja, Saraswati Puja, Lokhkhi Puja, Poila Boishakh, 25 e Boishakh, 22 e Srabon and many more. Celebrating these festivals with our fellow members traditionally promotes Bengali culture to our young members.
— Nurturing Traditional Values
During the festival days, we ensure that every minute details of a related festivals are covered. The Dhunochi vibes makes the Durga Puja even more special and preserves the aesthetic value of the fest.
— Strengtheing the cultural bonds
Bengali artists bring their culture to the front view when it comes to the traditional Baul Sangeet, abritti and many more. At Trikaya Sanskritik Foundation, we believe in strengthening these cultural bonds to our young generations so they can explore the wideness of our heritage.
Because Every Day Is Worth Remembering
Bengali New Year / Poila Boishakh
Boishakh is the first day of the Bengali Calendar. It is celebrated on the 15th April in the Poila Indian states of West Bengal. Pohela Boishakh is in itself a special day as people love spending time with their loved ones, cleaning their houses and putting on new clothes. A New Day in the year symbolizes a fresh beginning of the year with a fresh and a positive mindset.
Rabindra Jayanti / Pochise Boishakh
25e Boishakh is celebrated in Early May to mark the birthday of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore. Every year, Trikaya Sanskritik Foundation organizes numerous cultural programmes and events like Rabindra Sangeet, dramas, poetries and dances written and composed by Rabindranath Tagore.
Baishe Shrabon or the 22nd day of the Sravan month is the day when an eminent bard or the Nobel Peace Laureate Rabindranath Tagore breathed his last. On this day, Trikaya Sanskritik Foundation pays tribute to the ‘Kabiguru’ by remembering the famous dramas, poetries and sangeet written and composed by Rabindranath Tagore.
Every year, we celebrate 5 fun-filled, joyous days of festivity from Shasti to Vijaya Dashami. Full of community spirit, our puja has the taste of a family puja and the feel of a parar pujo. Cultural programs in Durga Puja nights are always a highlight. Adults and children look forward to performing on stage on all four nights of Durga Puja, much to the appreciation of the visitors.
Kojagori Lokhkhi Pujo
We as Bengalis love to worship Goddess Lokhi on Kojagori Purnima, post 5 days after VijayaDashami, when the euphoric vibes of Durga Puja is not yet over. Traditionally, Lokhi Puja is conducted at every pandal or household where Durga Puja was organized. We at Trikaya Sanskritik Foundation maintain the same pujo vibes during the Lokhi Pujo preserving the best of the traditional Bengali values and culture.
Every year, Trikaya Sanskritik Foundation celebrates Vasant Panchami & Saraswati puja at the premises with enthusiasm. The morning starts with the worship of the goddess after which all the students dressed up in the Basanti attire sang songs and the day ended with bhog and prasad distribution to the members and other participants of the events.