We arrange several programs for the celebration of national days and festivals with Khukumoni members and children. Apart from classroom activities, we also pay head to other national days and festivals because celebrating national days and festivals have become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief in a child. We believe this celebration will bring students closer to traditional and cultural beliefs and social values and make them patriot.
The celebration of different festivals and events is a traditional feature of the Khukumoni Foundation. We celebrate the national days to exhibit gratitude and respect to the contributor toward building the nation.
You might know that a national day is a day on which celebrations mark the nationhood of a country. It may be the date of independence or the declaration by the government. Furthermore, the national day is often a public holiday. Every celebration requires some good deals that’s why we also try to make unique celebrations by our volunteers and staff on each national day.
The most common celebrations are– 26 March (Independence Day, declaration of independence from Pakistan in 1971),
-26 March (Independence Day, declaration of independence from Pakistan in 1971),
-16 December (Victory Day, the day the Bangladesh Liberation War ended in 1971),
-21 February (Mother language day) and so on.
The celebration of each national day indicates the honor to the contributors for their terrific performance for the advancement of the nation.