Dear All,
শুভ বাংলা নববর্ষ ১৪৩০!
We are very excited to organize the very first event of the year ‘Poila Boisakh’ on May 6th, 2022 (Saturday. Time: 1:00 – 7:00 P.M) at Community Bible Church, 6005 Edmondson Pike, Nashville, TN 37211. Please Save the date.
We humbly request all BAGN members for their active involvement and be part of this event to make it a memorable one. More information about this event will be shared very soon.

Please find the attached invitation card for the Poila Boisakh event.
Membership and registration details along with evite invitation will be shared very shortly.

Below is the message from our Food Coordinator Mohit Montu:
As in the past, this year also, we want to source authentic Bengali food and sweets from the best chefs within our community. Stay tuned for the Food menu and then willing volunteers are requested to contact our food coordinator Mohit Montu ( ) for any questions/clarifications.

Also for cultural programs, please find below the communication from our Cultural coordinator Mrs. Kakali Chakrabarti:
Like past years, we will organize a cultural program following lunch. To help us plan the event well and ensure maximum participation,
1. Please send names of willing participants and/or teams by April 25, 2023 to Please mention the name of the participants, name of the performance (if any), and the creative art forms.
2. Group performances will be preferred over solo performances
3. Children’s performances will be preferred over adults’ performances
4. Performances are not limited to vocal, instrumental, dance and recitation. Performances with more than one form of creative arts is highly encouraged.

We have limited time for cultural programs. So, please send in your names as soon as possible.

If you have ideas on how to make our cultural programs more inclusive and entertaining, please share with us.

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.


* It will be the responsibility of the parents to ensure their children remain supervised all the time during BAGN events.
* If unsupervised kids are noticed by church administrators, BAGN may be refused permission to hold subsequent events in this venue.
* BAGN event attendees must adhere to venue policies in addition to all federal, state and local laws.

Pratyush Singha Roy
Secretary, Bengali Association of Greater Nashville