Nazel Huda Naz, a well-known face of the Bengali community living in the United States, a skilled organizer and a well-known Michigan Express train, is bringing the 21st Pathmela on July 29, 30 and 31 at Bangladesh Avenue in Michigan’s Hamtramck.
Baul artists Kala Mia and Laboni will be the main attraction of the three-day fair. Moreover, there is a raffle draw. The fair is organized by Nazel Hooda and the overall management is the Hamtramck Diversity Festival. Kumrul Huda Russell and Shahadat Hossain Mintu are the executives. Shovon, Ponni and Parvez Ahmed are in charge of the raffle draw. Afaz Uddin and Sayel Huda are in charge of the finance department. Nazel Huda, Manjurul Karim Tuhin, Sabul Mia and Rebecca Islam are in charge of stage and stall management. The artists are supervised by Iqbal Mia and Saifur.
The program is managed by Harun Mia, Mahfuz Chowdhury, Abu Juber, Afzalur Rahman, Apresh Barua and Mahbubey Khan. Kamruzzaman Helal, Rafiqul Hasan Tuhin, Chinmoy Acharji, Tareq Mia and Ami Huda are in charge of media and mass communication. This diverse festival has been sponsored by several individuals and organizations. Media partners at the fair are Bangla Shangbad, MB TV, ITV, Suprobhat Michigan, and PrintTico.
Talking to Bangla Shangbad, Mr. Nazel Huda said, ‘For the last twenty years, the path of Hamtramck has been the main attraction of the entertainment of the Bangladeshi community in Michigan. Expatriates wait for this fair throughout the year. We try our best to make the fair attractive. This year’s fair is no exception. We have various arrangements for the guests coming to the fair. I hope this fair will be successful and fruitful with the cooperation of all. ‘