Paragraph about 'The 21st February'

Write a paragraph about 'The 21st February'.21st February is a red-letter day in our national life. On this day in 1952, the brave sons of our motherland laid down their lives to protect the interest of our mother tongue. Since then we have been observing this day as 'Shaheed Day'. But in 1999, UNESCO declared this day as 'International Mother Language Day'.

Paragraph about 'The 21st February'

Write a paragraph about 'The 21st February'. Your paragraph should include the answers p the following questions.

  • a) What is 21 February?
  • Or, What are the reasons of its importance? b) What is the importance of 21st February in the history of Bangladesh?
  • c) What is its historical background?
  • d) What are the events of the day? 
  • e) Why do people wake up early on this day?
  • f)Where do people gather?
  • g)How do they respect the martyrs?

The 21st February

21st February is a red-letter day in our national life. On this day in 1952, the brave sons of our motherland laid down their lives to protect the interest of our mother tongue. Since then we have been observing this day as 'Shaheed Day'. But in 1999, UNESCO declared this day as 'International Mother Language Day'. This declaration has turned a national celebration into an international event (at). We used to celebrate the day at our national level because it was not only important regarding our mother tongue. Rather, the day had greatly influenced all the struggles of the people to establish legal rights including our Liberation War. But with the declaration of the UNESCO, a new dimension has been added to the day. The teaching of the day is that we all should respect the mother languages of others. Our mother language is our unique possession. In the same way, other people's mother languages are also priceless to them. In a broader sense, the day teaches us to have respect for other people's rights. On this day, everybody wakes up early and crowds before the martyrs' monument barefooted just to offer their profound respect to the martyrs. They offer flowers and wreaths on the altar. The govt. and different organizations arrange programmes to celebrate the day. All the states under UNO also celebrate the day every year.


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