Published April 1998
by Minerva Associates,India .
Written in English
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The facts that undivided Bengal was ruled by Muslim kings before the arrival of the British, and the concept of Hindutva was born here in the . As this book will suggest, the eventual failure of his political struggle, following as it did on a remarkably vibrant phase, is an instructive and meaningful one. His exceptionality is precisely what enables this revisionist attempt to tell a crucial chapter in the largely untold story of what Partha Chattopadhyay has called Bengal's 'social. Bengal remained in its boundaries until Independence in , when it was again partitioned between the dominions of India and Pakistan. Partition of Bengal. The British government considered the possibility of an independent, undivided Bengal. The partition was opposed by the last Governor of Bengal Sir Frederick l: Calcutta. The Communist Party then began to support the idea of an undivided Bengal. Qaid-e-Azam Jinnah also backed it because a Muslim-dominated Bengal .
Thus, the first partition of Bengal in was supported by the Muslims of Bengal, whereas the Hindu community under the Indian Nationalists was against the Partition and welcomed its annulment in On the other hand, in , Muslims of Bengal wanted undivided Bengal whereas the Hindu bhadrolok demanded and voted for the partition. It is. AK Fazlul Haq was premier of undivided British Bengal from to , when he was dismissed by the British governor and replaced by his old rival, Khwaja Nazimuddin. The indigenous population Bengal consists of tribes and of Austric and Austro-Asiatic origin such as Kola, Bhil, Santhal, Shabara, and Pulinda. Ancient Bengal: Bengal is a 4, year old civilization that thrived between the banks of Ganges to Brahmaputra and sustained itself with the riches of . Ghaznavi, Abdul Karim () was a minister of undivided Bengal with ak fazlul haq as Chief Minister, a member of the Provincial Legislative Council and the Indian Central Legislative Assembly during pre-partition days. Abdul Karim Ghaznavi was born in the zamindar family of the village Delduar of Tangail on 25 August His father Abdul Hakim Khan Ghaznavi was a zamindar of Delduar.
The Last Decade of Undivided Bengal: Parties, Politics & Personalities (Calcutta: Minerva, ). Bhattacharyya, Buddhadeva with Tarun Kumar Bannerjee & Dipak Kumar Das. Satyagrahas in Bengal, (Calcutta: Minerva, ). Undivided Bengal was a big province covering present day West Bengal and Bangladesh and had influence over Assam, then a Muslim majority province. Bengal province was under the Muslim League rule. Land reforms were brought about during the chief minister-ship of Moulvi Fazlul Haq. As the Indo-Pacific acquired traction in the second decade of the 21 st century, its geographic scope has expanded to cover the entire stretch of waters from the East Coast of Africa to the Western Pacific. The Bay of Bengal is at the heart of this vast body of water that promises to be the new theatre of contestation among the major powers. The History of Bengal (Vol-1) Hindu Period (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. The History of Bengal (Vol-1) Hindu Period. Author. R.C. Majumdar. Publisher. B.R. Publishing Corporation. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization.