Now write a Paragraph International Mother Language Day. Or Bangla as an International Mother LanguageOr Ekushey February
21st February is observed as the International Mother Language Day. It is a red-letter day in our national history. This great occasion reminds us of those heroic sons of the soil who sacrificed their lives for the establishment of our mother tongue ‘Bangla’ as the state language in 1952. Rafiq, Salam, Jabbar, Barkat and so on were among those who sacrificed their lives for this great cause. It is our pride because no nation of the world has ever fought for mother language except w, the Bangalee. The recognition of the day as the International Mother Language Day By UNESCO has ushered in a new era in our national history. From the beginning of the 21st country, the whole world observes the 21st February on International Mother Language Day which is the best reword for our language martyrs who laid down their lives for the sake of the mother language on the 21st February 1952. On the occasion of first International, Mother Language Day UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said, “This day will help to raise awareness among the nations of the world about the enduring value of their mother languages.” On this day at dawn people wearing a black badge on their shoulders go to the “Shaheed Minar” barefooted with flowers to pay homage to the martyrs. They sing the mournful song “Amar vaiyer rokte rangano…”. It has a great image and tradition in the country. This is a national holiday. We observe this day with due honor and dignity. On the occasion of this day social, political and cultural organizations arrange different cultural functions. Newspapers bring out special supplements while radio and satellite television channels air special programs, This day is a source of inspiration for us. We are proud of the day.