Category Archives: BENGALI NATIONALISM

Bengali nationalism is rooted in the expression of pride in the history and cultural heritage of Bengal. In what is described as the Bengal Renaissance, the introduction of Western culture, science and education led to a major transformation and development of Bengali society. Bengal became a centre of modern culture, intellectual and scientific activities, politics and education under British Raj. The first social and religious reform movements such as the Brahmo Samaj and Ramakrishna Mission arose in Bengal, as did national leaders and reformers such as Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Sri Aurobindo, Ramakrishna Paramhansa and Swami Vivekananda. Bengali literature, poetry, religion, science and philosophy underwent a massive expansion with the works of Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, Debendranath Tagore, Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay, Rabindranath Tagore, Satyendra Nath Bose, Jagdish Chandra Bose and Kazi Nazrul Islam. The Young Bengal, and Jugantar movements and newspapers like Amrita Bazar Patrika led the intellectual development of India. The Calcutta-based Indian National Association and the British Indian Association were the earliest political organisations in India.

The first Bengali nationalist agitation emerged over the 1905 Partition of Bengal by British authorities.[citation needed] Although the partition was supported by Bengali Muslims, a large majority of Bengalis protested the partition and participated in civil disobedience campaigns such as the Swadeshi movement and mass boycott of European goods. Seeking a united Bengal and rejecting British hegemony, Bengalis also spearheaded an emerging revolutionary movement, which assumed a central role in the national independence struggle. Bengal became a strong base of the Indian struggle for independence, giving rise to national political leaders such as Bipin Chandra Pal, Khwaja Salimullah, Chittaranjan Das, Maulana Azad, Subhash Chandra Bose, his brother Sarat Chandra Bose, Syama Prasad Mookerjee, A. K. Fazlul Huq, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy — the latter two would become important leaders of the Pakistan movement.

বিশ্বের সফলতার আধুনিক গল্প এখন বাংলাদেশ !!

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WE ARE BANGLADESH – ECONOMIC SUCCESS STORY (CONE2019)

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WHY ECONOMY OF BANGLADESH IS BETTER THAN PAKISTAN?

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THE QUINTESSENTIAL BENGALI

THE QUINTESSENTIAL BENGALI SYED BADRUL AHSAN That pipe was his trademark. No matter where he happened to be — in prison or at home or at conferences or meeting foreign heads of government — that pipe was his constant companion. … Continue reading

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ASSASSINS’ SAFETY AND WESTERN RULE OF LAW

ASSASSINS’ SAFETY AND WESTERN RULE OF LAW Quite some years ago, a Canadian politician made a trip to Bangladesh. Prior to leaving the country, he informed the media that the laws of his country did not allow extraditing Noor Chowdhury, … Continue reading

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GOVERNMENTS OF ZIA, ERSHAD AND KHALEDA PROTECTED BANGABANDHU’S KILLERS

GOVERNMENTS OF ZIA, ERSHAD AND KHALEDA PROTECTED BANGABANDHU’S KILLERS Justice was long withheld for the brutal killing of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the leading figure of Bangladesh’s independence struggle, and the members of his family. During the long years when … Continue reading

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CIA’S DACCA CONNECTION

CIA’S DACCA CONNECTION A prominent American journalist and author, Lawrence Lifschultz, has launched a campaign that he hopes will convince the US Congress to begin a sweeping investigation of the role played by Henry Kissinger and the CIA in the … Continue reading

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AUGUST 1975 AND THEREAFTER

AUGUST 1975 AND THEREAFTER Serajul Islam Choudhury What happened in August 1975 was a great tragedy perpetrated by an anti-people clique who did not want Bangladesh to move in the direction its people had desired it to take. The desire … Continue reading

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BANGABANDHU AND THE BOOKS ABOUT HIM

BANGABANDHU AND THE BOOKS ABOUT HIM Syed Badrul AhsanOn his final night alive, hours before he was assassinated, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman spent time reading George Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman. Here, in this month when he came back home … Continue reading

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ACCOUNTS OF HOW THE COUP HAPPENED

ACCOUNTS OF HOW THE COUP HAPPENED This family portrait of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman with his wife and children hangs on a wall inside the Bangabandhu Museum on Dhanmondi 32. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her sister Sheikh Rehana are the … Continue reading

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‘CIA INVOLVED IN 1975 BANGLA MILITARY COUP’

‘CIA INVOLVED IN 1975 BANGLA MILITARY COUP’ Evidence ‘CIA involved in 1975 Bangla military coup’ Lawrence Lifschultz’s findings about assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman are being published in Dhaka’s Daily Star and Prothom Alo newspapers. An American journalist’s disclosure that … Continue reading

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A LONG ROAD IN SEARCH OF THE TRUTH – AUGUST 15, 1975

A LONG ROAD IN SEARCH OF THE TRUTH – AUGUST 15, 1975 Over the last four decades, American journalist Lawrence Lifschultz, who reported on the military coup d’etat that killed Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and much of his family, has … Continue reading

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HOW MEDIA REPORTED BANGABANDHU’S ASSASSINATION

HOW MEDIA REPORTED BANGABANDHU’S ASSASSINATION The assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most members of his family on Aug 15, 1975 failed to make the headline in the Daily Ittefaq on the following day. It was the same for … Continue reading

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BANGABANDHU AND BANGLADESH: CORRECTING CONTRIVES AND CUNNING CORRIDORS

BANGABANDHU AND BANGLADESH: CORRECTING CONTRIVES AND CUNNING CORRIDORS Lamartine — that mediocre poet but cunning politician in France during the revolutions of 1848 — once remarked that history is a trick that we, the living, play upon the dead. One … Continue reading

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THE 23RD LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050

THE 23RD LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050 Bangladesh would be a $3 trillion economy Generally, four approaches have been used to prepare a long-term perspective plan found in development literature. These are: Making long tern projections of socio-economic indicators under specific … Continue reading

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A DECADE OF DEVELOPMENT: BANGLADESH (2009 – 2018)

A DECADE OF DEVELOPMENT: BANGLADESH (2009 – 2018)   ********************************************************

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SHEIKH HASINA ACHIEVES ‘LIFETIME CONTRIBUTION FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AWARD’

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